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9/14/2017

Pakistan      One person dead in landmine blast in Balochistan
India      Four persons including two BSF troopers injured in Pakistan shelling along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Explosives recovered in Bihar
India      2008 Ahmedabad blasts accused arrested along with his associate in Bihar
India      HM recruiter arrested in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Identity of five militants killed by NSCN-IM in Manipur established
India      AAPSU to oppose Union Government's decision on Chakma-Hajong refugees
Nepal      Prime Minister reaffirms to amend constitution
Sri Lanka      HRW calls on UN member countries to press Sri Lanka to promptly meet targets of UNHRC resolution
India      Over 40,000 foreigners either absconding or dead, says Assam Government







 
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AAPSU to oppose Union Government's decision on Chakma-Hajong refugees

All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union (AAPSU) is opposing the decision of the Union Government to grant citizenship to all Chakma and Hajong refugees living in the Northeast, reports The Sentinel. “The decision of the Centre will spark social unrest in the state and we will oppose granting of citizenship to them (Chakma and Hajong refugees) within the territory of the state,” AAPSU ‘general secretary’ Tobom Dai told reporters here. "The Chakma and Hajong refugees will not be entitled to the rights enjoyed by Scheduled Tribes in Arunachal Pradesh, including land ownership. But they might be given inner line permits required for 'foreigners' in the state to travel and work," an unnamed Union Home Ministry official said adds The Telegraph. Chakma and Hajong refugees were rehabilitated mostly in Arunachal Pradesh in 1964-69 by the Centre, following their escape from the Chittagong Hill Tracts in Bangladesh.

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