Government holds tripartite talks with United Naga Council in
Manipur, Feb 21 (ANI): The 7th round of tripartite talks between the United Naga Council, Central Government and Manipur Government over the demand for an alternative arrangement for the Nagas of Manipur was held recently at Senapati district headquarters. The Centre's team was headed by joint secretary (Northeast) Shambhu Singh while UNC's 10-member delegation was led by its President L Adani. The State Government delegation included Rural Development Minister Francis Ngajokpa and Principal Secretary (Home) Dr Suresh Babu. The United Naga Council is the apex body of the Nagas in Manipur and has been demanding an alternative arrangement beyond the control of the Manipur government for the Nagas in the state.
Modi warns Congress of ‘winds of change’ sweeping across nation
Ahmedabad, Feb 21 (ANI): Hitting out at the Congress, BJP’s Prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi accused the party of making false promises to youth but warned of winds of change sweeping across the nation ahead of the general elections scheduled in May. Modi accused the Congress of making false promises to the nation’s youth and not using the allocated funds in the last budget for skill development training.
Politicos accuse Congress of pushing Telangana bill for electoral gains
New Delhi, Feb 21 (ANI): Politicians accused the ruling Congress of pushing the contentious Telangana bill which was passed by voice vote amid protests, chaos and walkout in the Rajya Sabha with the intent of seeking electoral gains. BSP chief Mayawati, who has been long demanding the division of Uttar Pradesh accused the ruling Congress of seeking electoral gains by division of Andhra
India, Bangladesh demarcate disputed border
Agartala, Feb 21 (ANI): India, Bangladesh officials demarcated the disputed border in Tripura after four days of meticulous work and expressed satisfaction. The teams from both the countries visited the bordering areas of Kashba, Kaiyardepha and Akhaura and located 250 new subsidiary border pillars, which have been newly constructed. The demarcation would help guards in manning the border, expedite various construction activities such as fencing and lighting and making of water pump houses. Director General of Bangladesh Department of Land Record and Survey (DLRS), Mohammed Abdul Mannan, said that his team had carried out the mandate given by two governments.
Director of Survey of India, N R Biswal, said that confusion over land ownership would end after the demarcation.