Monthly Archives: May 2020

Ten more tested COVID-19 Positive in Tripura

Ten people tested Corona Virus POSITIVE in Tripura today. 1020 samples have been tested today for COVID-19, out of which 10 people detected POSITIVE. 5 returnees from Chennai and Bangalore, 4 returnees from Mumbai and 1 railway pantry staff. As of now, total 242 positive cases confirmed in the state and 165 patients have already recovered. Three persons have been

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Nirmala Sitharaman attended the Special Board of Governors meeting of New Development Bank (NDB) through video conference

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman attended the Special Board of Governors meeting of New Development Bank (NDB) through video conference in New Delhi today. The main discussions were election of next President of NDB, appointment of Vice-President & CRO and membership expansion. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman congratulated newly-elected President Mr Marcos Troyjo from Brazil and newly-appointed vice-president and CRO, Mr Anil

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Severe storm hits Tripura

CM asks Admin to ensureassistance to affected people within 3 days Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb has directed the officials concerned to ensure all possible assistance to the people who suffered damage following the severe storm that hit the state on Thursday. He also stressed on restoring normalcy within next three days. A good number of houses have suffered damages

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Massive damages due to Cyclone in Tripura

Due to last night’s cyclone some properties have been damaged at different parts of the State. SDRF Rescue teams have reched on spots and they are working to bring back normalcy. Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb personally monitoring every situation. Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb had teleconference with Panchayat secretaries and inquired regarding situations of COVID-19 Pandemic at their respective

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1.51 lakh coronavirus cases in India: 6,387 new cases; 34 new cases in Tripura

The total number of coronavirus patients in India increased to 151,767. While Maharashtra continued to report high number of cases, the COVID-19 infection touched a new high in Tamil Nadu, where over 600 new cases emerged on Tuesday. The death toll due to the deadly disease rose to 4,337 after 170 more fatalities in 24 hours, according to the Union

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