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He stressed on the need for timely submission of statistics and data by the various iine departments and to ensure that correct data is collected, as it is to do with formulation of planning and policy making of the Government He said the economics & statistics department is not a scheme-based department but works solely on dissemination of data and information to all the departments to maintain accuracy and stability.

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Pariiamentarv Secretary for Border Affairs, N. Thomas Lotha, has asserted a harder stand on Nagaland’s border issue. Resolving the border dispute between Assam and Nagaland, in particular the prevailing tension along the Dimapur-Karbi Anglong border, is high on his list of priorities, said Lotha after visiting Dikoi, Riian Yan and Indisen yesterday. The dispute at Dikoi has already claimed two lives while the firing incident at the Lahorijan Border Post of the Assam Police at Dillai on June 1, has further resulted in escalation of apprehension along the disputed border. On the Assarn-Nagaianu border dispute, Lotha questioned the wisdom of the Central Government, as it had not properly demarcated the boundary between Assam and Nagaland, when the latter was carved out of Assam. In the same Breath, he should respect Nagaland’s position.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi met his Council of Ministers at his residence yesterday. In the meeting, Mr. Modi is understood to have told his Council of Ministers to work for efficient governance and time-bound implementation of the work undertaken, by ensuring that the benefits should reach the people. AIR correspondent reports that at the meeting Prime Minister talked about his ideas on how to boost the economy, attract greater investment and Improve infrastructure. Mr. Modi asked the Ministers to come up with progress report on various projects initiated by the previous UPA government. He also emphasised that all the 45 Ministers and Ministries should work cohesively with synerav for the country’s development The Prime Minister also reportedly asked foMnputs on President Pranab Mukherjee’s address to the joint sitting of Parliament.

Union Rural Development Minister, Gopinalh Munde died in the capital New Delhi morning. He was 64. He suffered a cardiac arrest following a road accident while on his way to the airport. His car was hit by another vehicle at Prithviraj road- Tughlak road roundabout in the capital. Immediately after the accent Munde was brought to All India Institute of Medical Sciences.

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The first day of the Indo-China border trade through the 14,000 foot high Nathula Pass in East Sikkim drew,flak owing to heavy snowfall and landslides along the Jawahaharlal Nehru Road, Officials of the state department of commerce and industry said though a small team of 15 traders had ventured out defying storms and snow but they could not reach the destination for trading on the first day of the 9th season of the Indo-China border trade. Indian traders, mostly the Sikkimese go to the Tibet Autonomous Region to trade their wares. District Collector, East, A K Singh, had informed that over 200 traders have applied so far for the trade through the Nathula Pass, a tourist destination for the Indian travellers. Traders from both the borders are given four days a week for the trading, which resumes every year on May 1 and ends on November 30.

The Arunachal Pradesh police rescued a businessman abducted by militants from his farmhouse at Pasighat in East Siang district after a fierce encounter with the rebel outfit at Bora Jaldobi village in Assam’s Dhemaji district DGP S Nithianandam yesterday said that a police team lead by East Siang SP Devendra Arya rescued 65-year-old Keshav Pandey from the captivity of the militants after about one hour gun battle on Friday night and arrested four cadres namely Rajiv Narzary, Suresh Basumatary, Bolin Boro and Tengana Narzary while three others managed to escape. Pandey, who owns a cattle farm near Partung area inside the Daying Ering Wildlife sanctuary was kidnapped on April 29 last around 7 PM after a few miscreants entered his farm disconnecting the power supply. According to the police chief, the militants had demanded a ransom of 50 lakhs rupees for Panders release.

In Meghalaya, a powerful cyclonic wind accompanied by hailstone hit several villages in Ri-Bhoi District leading to huge destruction of crops and houses yesterday The affected villages include Umsaitning Umsmu village near Umsning, Umden Umsaitprah village near Umroi and Nongthymmai villaqe under Umroi Constituency. Shalan Malai, a local resident of Umden Ark? Village said that all the standing crops in the field were badly damaged by the wind and hailstone and several houses in the village were also damaged Ronald Khonglam, a local resident of Umsaitsning Umsmu village also Informed that two schools including the RCLP, School, Umsaitsning Umsmu and LP School, Umsmu were damaged by the cyclonic storm.
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