Tripura Bengali News Paper

Bengali Newspaper Tripura

Highlighted by Tripura Chronicle - Syandan Agartala Tripura Indian Newspaper. The JAGARAN is a popular Bengali newspaper from Tripura. Bengali (???

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Bengal news reporter killed in Tripura, police officer detained

Agartala: One Bengali paper reporter was reportedly killed on Monday by a Tripura State Rifles (TSR) policeman after a dispute, said they. Sudip Datta Bhaumick, the writer, was killed around 2 pm at TSR 2Q in RK Nagar near Agartala, West Tripura SP Abhijit Saptarshi said.

"We found the man in a puddle of people. He was taken to GB Hospital in Agartala where the physicians pronounced him dead," Saptarshi said. A TSR police officer was detained in this context, said the SP. Murder comes after a TV newspaperman was murdered in West Tripura.

In Mandai, in the same county, on 20 September, a reporter from a TV station reported an indigenous Peoples Front of Tripura (IPFT) outrage.

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