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“No Terrorist could enter Srinagar when I was Governor”: Satya Pal Malik

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During my tenure, no terrorist could enter the city of Srinagar, says Satya Pal Malik

MEGHALAYA: Satya Pal Malik, 21st Governor of Meghalaya, who took his oath for the position on August 20, last year, has made a controversial statement by saying that no terrorists could enter Srinagar when he had been serving as the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir.

His tenure lasted from August 2018 to October 2019, during which the decision to abrogate Article 370, was taken in August 2019. It gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir, and bifurcate the region into two Union Territories.

No Terrorist could enter within 50-100kms

“During my tenure as governor of Jammu and Kashmir, no terrorists could enter within the 50-100 kms range of Srinagar. But now, terrorists are killing poor people in Srinagar. This is really saddening,” he said.

ARUNACHAL PRADESH: Police rescues two minors from hotel in Tawang Bazaar

Two minor boys, ages 14 and 16, were reportedly rescued from the Dolma Group of Hotels in Tawang Bazaar with the assistance of the Tawang police.

Elizabeth N Tangjang, the Childline coordinator, and her staff have safely brought the youngsters to Itanagar.

The rescued minors are soon to be reunited with their biological parents.

The rescue effort would not have been successful, according to the Childline coordinator, if it hadn’t been for the police team commanded by DSP Thupten Zambey, the Tawang CDPO, the DCPO, and the CWC chairperson.

ASSAM: Possible lockdown in Assam, according to Pijush Hazarika

Minister of Water Resource and spokesperson Pijush Hazarika, implied the possibility of another lockdown in the state of Assam because of the continual rise in Covid-19 cases.


In a press conference, on October 20, Wednesday, Hazarika said that if the Covid situation worsens, the government may impose another lockdown in Assam.

In a Cabinet meeting held on Tuesday, October 19, Hazarika asserted the government will be bound to take strict action if the public does not obey the Covid-19 protocols.

MANIPUR: Assam Rifles arrests NSCN (IM) Cadre

On Wednesday, the Maram Battalion of Assam Rifles based on an intelligence input apprehended an NSCN (IM) cadre in the area of Mao Gate, Senapati District, Manipur.


MIZORAM: Assam Rifles recovers foreign-origin cigarettes worth Rs 67.6 lakh

On Wednesday, the Assam Rifles troops deployed recovered foreign-origin cigarettes worth Rs 67.60 lakh at Hnahlan in the Champhai district of Mizoram.

According to a report by NENOW, the smuggled foreign-origin cigarettes were recovered by the Aizawl Battalion of HQ 23 Sector Assam Rifles under the aegis of HQ Inspector General Assam Rifles (East) on Tuesday.


As per the press statement, during the operation, the Assam Rifles troops belonging to the Aizawl Battalion recovered 52 cases of foreign-origin cigarettes, the HQ IGAR (East).

NAGALAND: We deeply condemn the clash between NSCN-U and Niki Sumi group: Global Naga Forum

On Wednesday, the Global Naga Form condemned the recent clash between NSCN-U and the Niki Sumi group, resulting in the death of a cadre of the Niki Sumi group.

As reported by NENOW, the GNF said in a statement that, “The Global Naga Forum condemns in the strongest possible terms the enmity between the NSCN-U and NSCN (K-Niki Sumi) which has resulted in the murder of a patriot in the Niki Sumi group.”

“taking away the right of our own people to live, is absurd. It is barbaric, inhuman and morally repugnant by the standards of any civilised society,” GNF added.  

SIKKIM: Inauguration of Bhaichung Stadium postponed to October 22

Due to continued severe weather, Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu’s visit to Sikkim (October 20-22) has been delayed. On October 20, he was planned to arrive in Namchi and inaugurate the freshly finished Bhaichung Stadium.

The Vice President will now inaugurate the Bhaichung Stadium on October 22, according to officials.

“All the invited guests are hereby informed and requested to make it convenient to attend the program as per the rescheduled program i.e. on 22nd October 2021. The time and items of the program remains same as before. We are extremely sorry for the inconvenience caused,” stated Sports Secretary Raju Basnet.

TRIPURA: Tripura HC files Suo-Moto petition to assess current affairs of Karbong community

The Tripura High Court has ordered the central and state governments to assemble an expert committee to assess the current state of Karbong community, which is on the verge of extinction.

Several developmental measures, including NGOs’ participation through CSR funding of large corporations, have been implemented throughout the years, but little has been done to improve their socio-economic status.

The Karbong are a Tripura sub-tribe of the Halam group, who live in a small hamlet in the Atharamura hill range with only 122 individuals divided into 31 families.

In response, the division bench of Chief Justice Indrajit Mahanty and Justice Subhashis Talapatra filed a suo-moto petition and ordered the state government to file an affidavit by November 9.

The next hearing will take place on the 12th of November.

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