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7th pay commission to implement in Tripura

Good news for government employees and pensioners in Tripura. The state cabinet on Tuesday approved and accepted the recommendations of the three-member P.P.Verma committee on extending benefits of 7th central pay commission for state’s employees and pensioners.

In a cabinet meeting, the council of ministers decided to accept and implement the Verma committee recommendations on implementing 7th CPC. The date of effect of the Revision of pay, wages and pension shall be from October 1, 2018.

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CRPF Sainik Sanmelan at Khonsa

28 Jun 2013 - 9:18am | Ripunjoy Das

The Commandant of the 36th CRPF BC Sharma addressed a Sainik Sanmelan at Khonsa, the district headquarters town of Tirap district in Arunachal Pradesh on 24th June. He asked the officers and all ranks to work with utmost dedication and sincerity adding that they must place service and loyalty before self. He also highlighted some of the major achievements of the Battalion in maintain g law and order and rule of law. The Commandant   threw light on various civic actions schemes undertaken by the Battalion under his command. He was addressing the officers and the jawans before his departure on his transfer from Khonsa.

It may be mentioned here that during his 2-year tenure as CO, 36 BN CRPF, BC Sharma created six new company posts at Kaimai, Dadam, Tissa, Wakka, Longding and Deomali. He also conducted a number of civic action programmes in various places of the district which benefited the local people greatly. He was a great leader and guided his Battalion efficiently in containing insurgency in the district.

Cheque distributed

19 Sep 2016 - 8:16pm | AT Kokrajhar Bureau

A total 156 beneficiaries were given way cheque under Project Ashyas from Assam police, those are violent victims today at a programme held at Kokrajhar Police station in Kokrajhar district.

Each of beneficiaries was given way cheque of Rs.12, 000 as per their family childrens taking educational maintenance.

Prakash Medhi, Kokrajhar DSP graced the function as guest and distributed the cheques among beneficiaries in the district.

‘The Project Ashyas has been giving facilitating financial supports to the violent victims’ families so that their children can take educational careers in their life’,said a senior official of police administration.

AASU rally against Citizenship amendment

8 Nov 2018 - 11:49am | AT News Guwahati

AASU activists thronging in thousands in Dispur on Thursday in Protest against the Citizenship(Amendment) Bill, 2016.