TRIPURA: AIDWA Conference Vows to Safeguard Peace, Harmony & Unity in the State

THE eighteenth state conference of AIDWA Tripura state committee concluded successfully on September 26 at Udaypur of Gomati district. It called for a constant, conscious and vigilant struggle against the reactionary forces to foil their evil conspiracies. It called upon the women of the state to build up a strong organisation to counter the enemies politically and reestablish Left Front government in 2018.

Peace March at Agartala

Thousands of people marched through the streets of Agartala on August 28 as the Left Front organised a mammoth peace rally in the city to spread the message of peace and unity.
The Left Front had organised this peace march in the backdrop of the hooliganism that occurred from the IPFT held rally on August 23 and the subsequent violence in the city by goons and the evil attempt to disturb the atmosphere of peace,  harmony, unity in the state by spreading rumours and creating ethnic tension.

Inauguration of Broad Gauge Train in Tripura: A Long Cherished Dream Comes True

JULY 31, 2016, would be remembered by the people of Tripura as a day of fulfilment of their long-cherished dream with the flagging-off of the ‘Tripura Sundari Express’ from Agartala to New Delhi. The first ever passenger train from Agartala railway station after gauge conversion was flagged off jointly by Union Railways Minister Suresh, Tripura Governor Tathagata Roy, Chief Minister Manik Sarkar, Union Minister of State for Rails Rajen Borgonhai, Tripura Transport Minister Manik Dey and Bangladesh Railway Minister Mujibul Hoque.

TRIPURA: Extended State Committee Meeting of CPI(M) Held

CPI(M) Tripura state committee held its extended meeting on March 12-13 to discuss the organisational steps to be taken in the state to implement the decisions taken at the Organisational Plenum held in Kolkata.
366 delegates including 46 women attended the meeting. The meeting was presided over by a presidium consisting of Khagen Das, Rama Das, Niranjan Debbarma and Keshab Majumdar.

Tripura: Left Front Sweeps TTAADC Village Committee Poll

DEFEATING the opportunistic and unholy alliance of all anti-Left political parties, the Left Front in Tripura maintained its dominance winning 520 of the 587 village committees of TTAADC. In terms of seats, Left Front won in 3,838 out of 4,597. Of these, CPI(M) won in 3,806 seats,  while CPI,  RSP and FB won in 12, 12 and 8 seats, respectively. The Left Front won in 88.59 per cent of village committees and in 83.5 per cent of seats. The polling was held on February 24. It witnessed a fairly good turnout of 85.5 per cent despite heavy rains and storm in some parts of the state.

Com Dasharath Deb Birth Centenary Celebrations Culminate

A TRUE tribute to Comrade Dasharath Deb will be establishing and maintaining live links with the masses, strengthening mass struggles for a better India and better society. To achieve this, we must strengthen our own Party, CPI(M). On the basis of that we have to galvanise the Left unity and ultimately a Left and democratic unity with an alternative policy trajectory, said Sitaram Yechury, CPI(M) general secretary. He was addressing a meeting to mark the culmination of the birth centenary celebration of Comrade Dasharath Deb at Rabindra Shatavarshiki Bhaban, Agartala on February 2.

Left Sweeps Municipal Polls in Tripura, Wins All 19 Local Bodies

THE Left Front swept the municipal elections in Tripura, winning all the 19 urban local bodies -- Agartala Municipal Corporation, 13 municipal councils and five nagar panchayats -- that went to poll on December 9. The Left Front has wrest control of Ambassa Municipal Council in northern Tripura and Sabroom Nagar panchayat in south that were won last time by the Congress.

Tripura Local Body Polls Held

POLLING to the Agartala municipal corporation and 18 other urban local bodies elections including 13 municipal councils and five nagar panchayats and bye elections to 10 seats of the three-tier panchayats passed off peacefully on December 9. From the early hours of the day itself, people started queuing up in front of the polling stations. Everywhere there was festive mood as women, as usual, came to vote in large numbers. The final figures are yet to be confirmed, but according to primary estimates, more than 85 percent casting was recorded.


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