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AGP firm on citizenship issue stand

GUWAHATI, Jan 10 - The Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) today reiterated its stand on the issue of providing citizenship to the foreigners who came to Assam due to religious persecution in their own countries and asserted that foreigners living in the State should be ... The Assam Tribune, 1 month ago
AGP seeks 2 more berths in State Cabinet The Assam Tribune, 1 month ago
AGP 3-day mourning for Jayalalithaa The Assam Tribune, 2 months ago

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Implement Assam Accord in toto: AYP

GUWAHATI, Jan 6 - The Asom Yuba Parishad, the youth wing of Asom Gana Parishad, today said that no Bangladeshi national entering Assam after the cutoff date of March 24, 1971 would be allowed to settle in Assam by the people of the State.In the first meeting ...
 The Assam Tribune1 month ago Code violation Brindaban, 2 others acquitted  The Assam Tribune2 months ago

Cong leader meets Mahanta

BARPETA, Jan 20 - Assam Pradesh Congress Committee spokesperson Abdul Khalek, who is the MLA of Jania Assembly constituency in Barpeta district, had an impromptu meeting with former Chief Minister and ex-president of Asom Gana Parishad, Prafulla Kumar Mahanta ...
 The Assam Tribune1 month ago

Centre will protect Clause 6 of Assam Accord: Rajnath

New Delhi: Asserting that the Centre is serious about preserving Assam's cultural, language and identity, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said it is ready to adopt constitutional and legislative methods to protect Clause 6 of the Assam Accord. "A ...
 Sify1 month ago

Dilip Saikia's last rites to be performed today

GUWAHATI, Dec 10 - The body of senior Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) leader and former Minister Dilip Kumar Saikia reached the State today.Saikia (63) had passed his last at a private hospital in Kolkata yesterday. He had been unwell for long with kidney-related ...
 The Assam Tribune2 months ago AGP leader Dilip Kumar Saikia passes away  The Assam Tribune2 months ago

Sushma_swaraj_MEA_PTI_360x270 Dhaka: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today held talks with her Bangladeshi counterpart Abul Hassan Mahmood Ali on key bilateral issues, including Land Boundary Agreement and proposed Teesta river water sharing deal, during which the Indian side also raised the matter of illegal immigration. Ms Swaraj, who arrived in Dhaka late last night, was assisted by Foreign Secretary Sujatha Singh and senior ministry officials during her talks with Ali at the Foreign Office in Bangladesh’s capital. Mr Ali welcomed Ms Swaraj after which both the ministers talked about the weather condition, which was very humid in Dhaka. The two leaders talked in a restricted format before the delegation level deliberation. Though there are no pacts to be signed and no big expectations, the trip, which is termed as a “goodwill” visit, is aimed at taking forward the bilateral ties which are on a “positive trajectory” for past few years. Among other issues the meeting also discussed ways to enhance cooperation in important areas including economic. On the “touchy” issues of Land Border Agreement (LBA) and Teesta river, the Indian side may not have “clear answers” but the effort would be to assure Bangladesh side of Indian government’s positive intention. Significantly, it was BJP’s opposition, coupled with that of Trinamool Congress and Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) which prevented the previous Congress-led UPA government from formalising the land boundary agreement and signing the Teesta water sharing deal with Bangladesh. According to official sources, Ms Swaraj made a call to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to “touch-base” and tell her about the visit. The call assumes significance given that Ms Banerjee’s party Trinamool Congress prevented the previous UPA government from signing the Teesta water sharing deal. In 2011, Ms Banerjee, then an ally of the Congress-led UPA, backed out from Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s Bangladesh visit, opposing the Teesta water sharing treaty between India and Bangladesh, following which it was shelved. The Indian side maintains they were not going with the “shopping list” and that the minister will review the status of bilateral ties and what to expect in the coming years. Reporter = S.R.K

Fortaleza, Brazil:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi favoured an open, rule-based, international trading regime which he said is critical for global economic growth. The Prime Minister further said the BRICS nations, Brazil-Russia-India-China and South Africa, ...
 Current News India2 months ago
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