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10.04.2020JOHNI DEBBARMAjohnidebbarma8728@gmail.comGood read.The tripuri intellectuals must initiate to galvanized the socio-polity and economy changes in hilly areas.The lagging behind and proofread, prior emphasized should be on quality education system that will be a golden gateway for development of state. God bless you. JAI HIND.
08.04.2020Tamal Sahatamal.saha1986@gmail.comGreat highly narrated the whole story about Tripura , yes indeed "pahar jar sarkar tar " we would like to see you in future as peoples man , hope to see you as a policy maker of this state , keep going our prayers is with u brother ??
03.04.2020Taibur Rahamantaraman@gmail.comGood write up.
03.04.2020Saral Jamatiasaral.agt@gmail.comKeep writing.
02.04.2020B.Raj Sahabrsaha1@gmail.comThe coming years will turanround the state of affairs of state's economy capitalizing on the logistics , political stability, robust policies of state govt , regional connectivity with B'desh and thus making Tripura a gateway to ASEAN. However- the predominant hindrances like intra state & inter state transportation bottlenecks,brain drain shoulb bevtsken care of and yes the growth should be inclusive irrespective of plain land or hilly terrain. Immigrants and exodus are issues which prevail in every nation or region of world be it america, middle east or erstwhile Indian subcontinent..yes!somewhere immigrants have shaped the culture, economy & identity of a region for better & somewhere perhaps the immigrants have exploited setting aside the pre existing inhabitants..The unique,classic and age old customs,culture,flora and fauna of Tripura's indigenous people are still not only unexplored bt we have miserably failed to give it recognition and reap the benefits... anyway .. we can show the world still...why NE of India and here Tripura is termed as 'Paradise Unexplored'