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India-Bangladesh border trade, connectivity reviewed

India-Bangladesh border trade, connectivity reviewed

🕔09:47, 14.May 2019

Agartala, May 14  Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Riva Ganguly Das on Monday met Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb and discussed connectivity and trade-related issues between the north-eastern state and Bangladesh. “We have discussed trade and connectivity-related issues and

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Tripura to give Rs 2 lakh to each slain CRPF troopers’ family

Tripura to give Rs 2 lakh to each slain CRPF troopers’ family

🕔06:20, 16.Feb 2019

Agartala, Feb 16  Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb on Friday announced Rs 2-lakh compensation for each family of the nearly 50 CRPF troopers killed in the suicide attack in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday. “People of Tripura and the

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India-Bangladesh to finalise new waterway: Tripura CM

India-Bangladesh to finalise new waterway: Tripura CM

🕔14:00, 24.Jan 2019

Agartala, Jan 24  Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb said on Thursday that Indian and Bangladesh officials will finalise various aspects of a proposed waterway between the two countries. “Union Shipping Ministry officials have informed that senior authorities from both

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Tripura CM wants tight vigil along India-Bangladesh border

Tripura CM wants tight vigil along India-Bangladesh border

🕔14:58, 3.Jan 2015

Agartala, Jan 3  Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar has asked the Border Security Force (BSF) to beef up its vigil along the India-Bangladesh border in tandem with other paramilitary and state security forces. Sarkar, accompanied by senior security and civil

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NDA government will improve the center-state relations : Tripura CM

NDA government will improve the center-state relations : Tripura CM

🕔15:42, 5.Jun 2014

Agartala, June 5  Tripura Chief Minister and senior Left leader Manik Sarkar is hopeful the BJP-led NDA government would improve center-state relations to strengthen India’s federal structure. “It would be expected that the BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) led central government

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