Tripura Again Tops in MGNREGA Implementation

SHOWING an alternative path of development yet again, Tripura topped in the matter of MGNREGA implementation for the fourth time in a row. This success of the Left Front government of Tripura vindicates the dire need of establishing a government which could implement alternative, pro-people policies at the centre too. In the financial year 2012-13, the state stood first among the 28 Indian states for having provided each enrolled person 87 days of work a year on an average.

Left Front Aspires to Break Winning Margin Records

THE Tripura East (ST) Lok Sabha seat is to go to poll on April 12. Spread over Dhalai, Khowai North, Unakoti and a part of both Gomati and South Tripura districts, this constituency has 30 assembly segments. Since the first general election of 1952, this constituency has been a stronghold of the Left. Out of the 15 elections held so far, it has sent communist members to parliament ten times. It was this seat which legendary communist leader, Comrade Dasharath Deb, used to contest. In 1952 he contested from this seat while he was underground.

Increase Left Strength for Pro-People Alternative

THE Congress won’t be able to win half the Lok Sabha seats it got last time while the BJP, pursuing the same ruinous economic policies and trying to divide the masses on communal line, is no alternative. What is needed to save the country is a secular non- Congress government based on alternative pro-people policies, and an increased strength of the Left is a prerequisite for this alternative to emerge.

Left Front Campaign Picks up in Tripura

EAST TRIPURA: THE campaign programme in support of Jitendra Choudhury, the Left Front nominated CPI(M) candidate in the East Tripura constituency, is picking up pace with every passing day. A number of rallies, meetings and conventions are taking place each day. On Sunday, March 16, the Gana Mukti Parishad (GMP) organised a convention at Chailengta town hall while the Khet Mazoor Union organised another at Manughat town hall, both in Dhalai district. The supporters and workers of both the organisations came from different parts of the division to attend these programmes.


Tripura Tops in Forest Rights Act Implementation
TRIPURA is today way ahead of all other states in the country insofar as implementation of the Forest Rights Act (FRA) is concerned. This recognition comes from none other than the Tribal Welfare Ministry of the union government.
The official recognition once again proved beyond doubt the sincerity of the Left Front government of Tripura on the crucial issue of giving land rights to the marginalised. This has set a model for the other states to emulate.

TRIPURA DYFI, TYF Organise Protest on Railway Issue

DEMOCRATIC youth of Tripura gave vent to their anger against the deprivation of Tripura of a railway division. Recently the chairman of the Railway Board announced that three new railway divisions will be opened at Jammu (J&K), Gulbarga (Karnataka) and Silchar (Assam). Of these, while Karnataka and Assam are ruled by the Congress party, the Congress is a partner in the ruling coalition in Jammu & Kashmir. This step of the Congress led UPA government is no doubt aimed at reaping political benefit in the ensuing Lok Sabha elections.


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