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A woman holds her child while casts her vote at a polling station at Dhalai district in the northeastern Indian state of Tripura April 12, 2014. Indian election officials have seized a record $36 million dollars of cash concealed in cars, private
A 96 year old man died after drinking acid mistaking it as water in Tripura. The tragic incident occurred at Gabtali in south district on Thursday in the wee hours. Police on Friday said nonagenarian Sudhan Sarkar who hailed from Rajnagar went to
Polling has been rescheduled for April 11 and the shut down has been called off. The bandh has been called by three major civil society watch dogs which rule the roost in Mizoram: Young Mizo Association, Mizo Hmeichhe Insuihkhawm Pawl (women's
PTI Manipur Rifles deployed on the eve of polling for Lok Sabha elections 2014 in Agartala are blamed for the dogs gone missing in Agartala for some days. Photo shows Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar signing the register on his way to cast his
Normal life was affected in Mizoram Monday as six NGOs and student groups called for a three-day shutdown and boycott of the April 9 election to the lone Lok Sabha seat from the state to protest postal ballot facility to its refugees living in
A polling official on his way to a booth in Lakhimpur constituency of Assam, Sunday...Hari Prasad Dihingiya was, till a few years ago, the district commander in Dhemaji, where 12 schoolchildren died in a blast on Independence Day a decade back.
April 4, 2014 Left-arm spinner Paresh Patel struck three times in the last over of the match to give Odisha a narrow, four-run win over Jharkhand at Eden Gardens . Chasing 120, Jharkhand were within eight runs of the target when Patel struck off the
Agartala, April 2, 2014 Expressing the determination to end Left rule in Tripura, Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday predicted that her party would win at least 36 seats in the Lok Sabha elections.
Reang tribal refugees, sheltered in seven camps in Tripura for the past 17 years after fleeing from their villages in neighbouring Mizoram, yesterday began casting their votes through postal ballots for the Lok Sabha polls in the northeastern state,
April 2, 2014 East Zone Pritam Das took a four-wicket haul to help Assam defend 137 against Odisha at Jadhavpur University Complex . The right-arm seamer took 4 for 19 to send Odisha crashing to 102. Assam were driven by a third-wicket stand of 50