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MAJOR MILESTONES IN SIGHT OF BATSMEN IN IPL 2021
Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli has scored 5,878 runs in the competition at an average of 38.16...
RULES OF THE IPL EVERY DIE-HARD FAN MUST KNOW ABOUT
In case an IPL match between two teams is tied, both the sides involved play a Super Over. Each team selects three batsmen...
I AM VERY FOND OF THE LONDON BRIDGE – MANPREET SINGH GONY
TRAVEL & LEISURE
THANOS OF IPL
India held its nerve in the final over to win the third and final one-day international by seven runs against England and clinch the series 2-1 on Sunday.
CRICKET IS MY FIRST LOVE — SACHIN TENDULKAR
When he started playing cricket, he had a dream of representing India one day but little he knew that he would become the greatest of all time.
TITLE CONTENDERS OF IPL
Dan Christian, who was roped in by the Bangalore-based franchise in the IPL 2021 auction last month, is confident of RCB’s maiden title win in the upcoming tournament.
Back to work
Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma, who recently gave birth to daughter Vamika with her cricketer husband Virat Kohli is back to work. The actress was spotted in Mumbai as she stepped out to complete professional commitments.
6 YORKER KINGS OF THE IPL
The original yorker king of the IPL, Lasith Malinga will be sorely missed by Mumbai Indians and the fans in general...
6 IPL AWARDS TO KNOW ABOUT
The Orange Cap gets presented to the top rungetter of the IPL edition. As the tournament progresses, the leading...
IPL 2021: 7 Star Cricketers Who Have Featured In Every Edition Of The IPL
The current Mumbai Indians captain is undoubtedly one of the superstars of the league. Under Rohit Sharma’s leadership...
Lead of the Red Rives and Blue Hills
Unlocking Entrepreneurship: Transforming Tripura
Entrepreneurship can help resolve the problem of unemployment in Tripura
Royal Retreats of Tripura
Tripura that state in the Northeastern region of India that has dived deep into royalty. There are several royal tales to be told from the state. For your Post-Covid getaways, we bring to you some of the royal palaces of Tripura that are worth taking a tour.
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.
Custodial Deaths In Tripura : Time To Worry
On June 24, this year the opposition party of Tripura, CPI-M demanded a judicial inquiry into the four custodial deaths which happened over a period of the last eight months in the state. This is not the first time that opposition parties in the state have raised such a demand. In January this year, both CPI (M) and Congress had demanded a judicial probe into the custodial death of a 38-year-old undertrial, who was found hanging in West Agartala Police Station. Unfortunately, Tripura has made it to the media headlines for incidents like custodial death in the state. Northeast Today writes
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.
INDIA-BANGLADESH WATERWAYS TO BOOST TRIPURA'S ECONOMY
In a historic move the Tripura Government on July 23 received the first consignment of goods under the India-Bangladesh Coastal Agreement 2018. This initiative was launched under the Agreement on the use of Chattogram and Mongla Ports for the movement of India’s transit cargo through Bangladesh. Even though it will boost the economy of both the countries, the opening of the sea trade routes would immensely benefit Tripura and other North-Eastern states. Northeast Today writes.
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