There had been at least 17 custodial deaths in Tripura since 1993 as reported by the media. Hence, the present government alone cannot be blamed for custodial death as 15 persons died in the police custody between 1993-2018 under the left rule. Tripura law minister Ratan Lal Nath in a statement said, “The CPI (M) has no right to say anything about the custodial deaths as 15 persons died in the police custody between 1993-2018.” The minister also said, “During the time of Manik Sarkar while he was the chief minister, 14 custodial deaths were reported in Tripura.”
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ASSAM ELECTION 2021
LIFE AMONG THE RAGS
They picked up recyclable materials from the street, garbage dump, market or in trash bin. They were a group of four minor rag pickers between 7 to 10 years of age meet at a point and starts picking rags in the railway colony. They picked up anything which fetched them money such as paper, cardboard, plastic, iron scrap, tin containers, and bottles.
PLAN TO MONITOR MANIPUR'S SANGAI DEER
The Sangai deer, which is an endemic and endangered subspecies of brow-antlered deer found only in Manipur makes news headlines time to time to due to the threat it receives to its existence.
What hasn't changed and never will
The ideas of change and innovation in our world, which might seem like the only constants are in reality, (mostly) contextual.
KHASIS RYNDIATHE OTHER NAME OF ASSAMESE ERI
I was hearing the sound of a stringed pluck instrument indistinctly from the side of the hills. The rhythmic adjuncts of Ryndia made it all musically driven.
CANCER STILL A BIG CONCERN FOR MEGHALAYA
The deadly disease Cancer is still a big concern for the Northeastern state of Meghalaya, in which cases of cancer are still rising.
ASSAM ELECTION: WILL THE VOTES OF YOUNG VOTERS CHANGE THE EQUATION?
As Assam goes to poll on March 27, Northeast Today tried to find out as to what do the young and first-time voters think and whom they will vote for
ADVENTURED INTO NO MAN'S LAND
Soldiers always look for thrills and adventure.
A CUP OF TEA FOR A LIVING
One cannot deny the fact that among all the beverages, tea is an everlasting one. Most of us start the day with a cup of tea, the most popular drink in our country. Being a tea lover who would not love to choose tea taster as a career? In the contemporary world ‘Tea Taster’ is one of the most gifted careers.
For A Healthy Period!
It is interesting to note that on an average a woman menstruates for about ‘2300 days’ in her lifetime.
JUSTICE MOHAN SHANTANAGOUDAR – A SHORT MEMOIR
It is well-settled that in case of any ambiguity in the construction of a penal statute, the judgment pointed out, the courts must favour the interpretation which leans towards protecting the rights of the accused, given the ubiquitous power disparity between the individual accused and the State machinery.
Lead of the Red Rives and Blue Hills
Unlocking Entrepreneurship: Transforming Tripura
Entrepreneurship can help resolve the problem of unemployment in Tripura
Baroda skipper Krunal Pandya was at his best during his side’s match against Tripura in the ongoing Vijay Hazare Trophy.
गडकरी ने 2752.49 करोड़ की 262.34 किमी लंबी 9 राष्ट्रीय राजमार्गों की नींव रखी
त्रिपुरा में बिछेगा सड़कों का जाल, अब तक 850 किमी से अधिक राजमार्ग
GI tag status of Agro-horticulture Produces of North East India
North Eastern Region of India is the hub of organic and exotic agro horticultural produces.
INDIA RANKS FIRST IN NUMBER OF ORGANIC FARMERS
India ranks first in the number of organic farmers and ninth in terms of area under organic farming.
INDO-BANGLA WATERWAY REMOVES CHICKEN NECK TAG OF NORTHEAST
A container ship flagged off from Kolkata to Agartala through Chattogram Port of Bangladesh, in a virtual ceremony (Pic Representative image)
A Quarter Renaissance
Even with its self-deprecating tropes, the acme of ‘the modern Indian’—as seen by the Bengali in the mirror—was built around exclusions of ‘non-Bengalis’ and other marginalised groups
War Against Novel Coronavirus: Weapons to Win this Battle
In this article, Meena Sehgal says that COVID-19 has opened new discussions on funds for the health sector, the equity in availability of resources across urban and rural India and their adequacy within the communities. She wonders whether the new world order of protective and preventive action would last beyond the virulence of COVID-19 and feels that pivotal change, required, would be a marked increase in public expenditure on health as percentage of GDP.