Category: Tripura High Court

Terminated teachers in Tripura form human chain to mark protest, stir enters 10th day

Source:- The agitation, launched by the terminated school teachers of Tripura, entered the 10th day on Wednesday and they formed a human chain on Agartala road demanding their jobs back. A total of 10,323 teachers, who were terminated by the Tripura government as per the directives issued by the High Court and Supreme Court, launched

Government teachers begin indefinite stir in Tripura to reinstate their jobs

Source:- Thousands of government school teachers in Tripura, who had earlier lost their jobs following court verdicts, began an indefinite sit-in demonstrations from Monday to reinstate their jobs. The leaders of the Joint Movement Committee (JMC), which is spearheading the agitation, announced that they would intensify their stir until the state government gives them written

Tripura: Medical reimbursement rejected for Kali Sankar Baidya

Source:- Kali Sankar Baidya’s application seeking medical reimbursement for a total expenditure of Rs.3,72,031 was rejected because he did not obtain a prior referral order from the Medical Board. Challenging the rejection order, Baidya approached the High Court and contended that he had applied for a referral order before going for treatment outside the state

Tripura shuts down Durga Puja pandal after visuals of massive crowds go viral

Source:- After visuals of crowds thronging one of the lartgest Durga Puja pandal in Agartala went viral on social media, West Tripura district administration Monday ordered the organisers, Bharat Ratna Sangha, to shut it down and immerse the idol the same evening. In an order issued on Monday, West Tripura District Magistrate Shailesh Kumar Yadav

If procedure is not compromised, accuracy of DNA test result cannot be doubted, rules Tripura High Court

Source:- New Delhi (ILNS): The Tripura High Court has ruled that unless the procedure is compromised, the accuracy of a DNA test result cannot be doubted. With this the court dismissed an appeal filed by a man convicted for 10 years rigorous life imprisonment (plus a Rs 1 lakh fine) for raping a minor girl.

After Facebook Post On Chief Minister, Tripura Journalist Thrashed

Source:-https Guwahati: A journalist was thrashed by unknown people after he criticised Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Deb’s “won’t forgive” comment on the state’s media. Mr Deb had in an event on Friday criticised the media for publishing stories of alleged mismanagement of the coronavirus crisis by the BJP government.Parashar Biswas, a journalist with a Bengali