Menu

Other Articles

  • Parent Category: Current Issue
User Rating:  / 0

The Chief Ministers of Assam Himanta Biswa Sarma and Meghalya Conrad Sangma decided to adopt a "pragmatic approach" to amicably resolve the longstanding inter-state border dispute between the two states. The chief ministers of both the states met at Shillong with Conrad Sangma claiming 12 disputed places belonging to Meghalaya while Sarma justified with documents that those places belong to Assam. After detailed discussion, both the governments decided to move from status quo to solution, according to an official source. Both states have decided to form three-member committees on each side, which will be headed by Cabinet Ministers. It was agreed to discuss all the 12 places one by one and review claims, if possible, both the Chief Ministers will visit all the places.

Add a comment Read more: Assam-Meghalaya to sort Border-Dispute
  • Parent Category: Current Issue
User Rating:  / 0

               

It is really annoying that Assam’s border disputes with its four neighbouring States, Mizoram, Nagaland, Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh,   still continue even in this era of globalisation. But the bickering states should understand that inter-State development is possible only if they far from doing so over boundary, and without further delay come forward to resolve the contentious issues among themselves amicably and with a give-and-take spirit. Our impression is that if the decades-old nagging problem is clinched once for all, the most-elusive peace and harmony will prevail along the disputed borders that are all the more essential for facilitating Inter-State trade and Commerce and the success of the Act East Policy.

Add a comment Read more: Assam-Mizoram Border Imbroglio
  • Parent Category: Current Issue
User Rating:  / 0

Opposition political parties of Sikkim unitedly opposed the implementation of ‘One Nation One Ration Card’ (ONORC) in the State. Opposition parties said that with the implementation of ONORC violates Article 371F, a special provision of the Sikkim. Opposition political parties said that the scheme saying it will violate Article 371F of the Indian Constitution and open migrant settlements in the state. Opposition parties and other social organization also demanded discussion in Sikkim Legislative Assembly.

Add a comment Read more: Sikkim Wrangles On...One nation One Ration Card
  • Parent Category: Current Issue
User Rating:  / 0

Nagaland became opposition less with Naga People's Front (NPF) joining the government. The new nomenclature of the Government will be called Nagaland United Government (NUG). A resolution has been passed by all parties concerned including the BJP, which is in alliance with Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio’s NDPP that the government in Nagaland will now be one without any Opposition. The 60-member Nagaland Assembly now has no MLA in the Opposition.

Add a comment Read more: Nagaland Assembly to run without Opposition
User Rating:  / 0

The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath directed the departments of home, education, health, women and child development, etc., to draw up a list of programmes.

 

 *Parliamentary panel praises Yogi* 

 

The Yogi Adityanath-led Government came in for praise from a parliamentary panel headed by a Congress Member of Parliament over the issue of empowerment of women. The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Home Affairs lauded the Uttar Pradesh Government for tackling violence against women.

 

Add a comment Read more: Uttar Pradesh…..Mission Shakti for Women Empowerment