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The Belagavi Maharashtra Karnataka border dispute is not just one of these states…



Border dispute within India: The ongoing border dispute between Maharashtra and Karnataka regarding Belagavi does not appear to be resolved easily. A few days ago, in a meeting with Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde and Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai discussed resolving the border dispute with the help of talks. Despite this, the war of words between the leaders of Maharashtra and Karnataka over the border dispute is not weakening.

Despite dozens of meetings of various leaders including the Chief Ministers of Karnataka and Maharashtra from the national level to the regional level, the border dispute regarding Belagavi has not been resolved. By the way, the border dispute in India is not only between Maharashtra and Karnataka. Are we going to know in which states other than Maharashtra and Karnataka the border dispute is taking place and how can it be ended?

Is there also border dispute in these states?

Border dispute between Assam and Nagaland: The oldest of the border disputes is the border dispute between Assam and Nagaland. This border dispute began only after the formation of the state of Nagaland in 1963, and continues to this day. Incidents of violence continue to surface at the borders of Assam and Nagaland. Nagaland integrated the Naga Hills and Tuensang Area (NHTA) as a new administrative unit by means of a 1925 notification defining the boundaries of the state. Not just this, Nagaland does not even accept the boundary delineation done by the Government of India.

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Nagaland says North Cachar and Nagaon districts bordering Assam should also have Naga-dominated areas and should be included in the state. At the same time, Assam says there is an illegal invasion of the state borders by Nagaland, which it must take action to stop. Say that for these reasons, news of violence between the two states is common. Explain that the Assam government has filed a case in the High Court regarding the border dispute with Nagaland. Assam wants the invaded areas to be included back in its status, this matter is still pending.

Border dispute between Assam and Arunachal Pradesh: Assam and Arunachal Pradesh share a border of 804 km from each other. Arunachal Pradesh says that during the reorganization of the northeastern states, many forest areas on their part were included in Assam. These forested areas belong to the lowlands and are owned by tribal chiefs and communities from the mountains.

Arunachal Pradesh was granted statehood in 1987. After which, a tripartite committee had recommended that some forest areas included in Assam be transferred to Arunachal Pradesh. In protest of this, Assam turned to the Supreme Court and the matter has been under consideration ever since.

Assam-Meghalaya border dispute: The northeastern state of Meghalaya, which shares a border with Assam, also has border disputes. Meghalaya challenged the Assam Reorganization Act 1971 and demanded the return of Blocks I and II of Mikir Hills (Karbi Anglong district). Meghalaya says that these two blocks reported in 1835 were part of their state. There are 12 border disputes between Assam and Meghalaya, some of which have been resolved.

Border dispute between Assam and Mizoram: During the British occupation of India, Mizoram was known as the Lushai Hills and was part of Assam. After the Union Territory gained Union Territory status in 1972 and full statehood in 1987, the border dispute began to arise here. Actually, the border dispute between Assam and Mizoram is related to two notifications during the British Raj. Mizoram follows the notification of 1875. In which the Lushai Hills were considered separate from the Cachar Plains.

At the same time, Assam cites the notification issued by the British Raj in 1933. According to this notification, the boundary between Lushai Hills and Manipur was delineated. However, the people of Mizoram do not accept this. The Mizo people believe that the 1875 notification is correct. This matter is also pending in the Supreme Court.

Haryana-Himachal Pradesh border dispute: There is an inter-state border dispute between Haryana and Himachal Pradesh regarding the Parwanoo area. The Parwanoo area adjoins the Panchkula district of Haryana, thus Himachal Pradesh has claimed a part of it. In a Survey of India report, Himachal Pradesh was said to have taken control of some land from the Parwanoo part of Haryana.

Border dispute between Ladakh and Himachal Pradesh: There is a border dispute between the newly formed Union Territories of Ladakh and Himachal Pradesh over the Sarchu area located on the Leh-Manali highway. Ladakh and Himachal Pradesh submit their own claim to the Sarchu area. Actually, during the journey between Leh and Manali, tourists stop at Sarchu only. The Sarchu area is situated between the Leh district of Ladakh and the Lahaul-Spiti district of Himachal. This dispute started in 2014.

Border dispute between Maharashtra and Karnataka: Belagavi (Belgaum) district has been a matter of border dispute between Maharashtra and Karnataka for a long time. Belagavi district has a mixed Marathi and Kannada speaking population. Belagavi was included in Karnataka in 1956. Many Marathi-speaking areas of Karnataka are claimed by Maharashtra. This matter is also pending in the Supreme Court.

How can the border dispute end?

The Supreme Court is the most important way to end the border dispute between the states. At the same time, the central government has also divided many states by demand of the people. The divisions of Uttar Pradesh-Uttarakhand, Bihar-Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh-Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh-Telangana have been done solely by the Government of India. However, the solution to the border dispute of these states can only be found through mutual consent or through the Supreme Court.

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Jammu Kashmir Rajouri Terrorist attack 4 dead 6 injured minorities…




Rajouri terrorist attack: Two armed terrorists fired indiscriminately around 7:00 p.m. this Sunday in the Upper Dangri area of ​​Rajouri, Kashmir, killing four people. Six others were injured in the attack. According to eyewitnesses, both terrorists attacked 3 minority houses near the temple in the Upper Dangri area, 8 km from Rajouri.

Eyewitnesses say that the terrorists allegedly attacked three houses here after seeing the Aadhaar card. Those killed in the attack have been identified as Pritam Sharma, his son Ashish Kumar, Deepak Kumar and Sheetal Kumar.

2 wounded were airlifted

Of the 6 people injured in this terrorist attack, 2 have been airlifted to Jammu. Several political and social organizations have called a bandh on Monday in Rajouri to protest against the attack. On the other hand, the security forces have carried out an exhaustive search operation in the area since Sunday night to arrest the terrorists.

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Where the Bharatiya Janata Party has resolved to eliminate terrorism from the Union Territory. At the same time, Congress called the incident “very serious” and exposed the government’s claims to improve the security situation in the Union Territory.

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The Congress spokesman said: “Congress strongly condemns the terrorist attack in Rajouri. The incident is very serious and shocking. It exposes the government’s claims to improve the security situation in the Union Territory.” The spokesman further said that the government has failed to protect minorities, first in Kashmir and now in Jammu.

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Farmers can earn thousands of rupees by growing poplars




poplarsAgriculture is the economic backbone of the country. A large population is associated with this profession to carry out their daily lives. Wheat, corn, rice, oilseeds, legumes are the traditional crops. Farmers earn by planting them. Farmers also earn lakhs of rupees from horticultural crops. Experts say that in addition to traditional crops, farmers can earn thousands of rupees in profit. Today we are going to talk about such a crop. The cultivation of popular trees has increased in the country. People are demanding this not only in the country but in the world. The wood of this tree is sold at a high price in the market.

Popular needs that land

It is necessary to have a fertile soil for poplar plants. Planting trees in agriculture with organic elements improves agriculture. Poplar plants should not be planted in soil that is alkaline in nature. The pH value of the soil should be between 5.8 and 8.5. The temperature should be 18 to 20 degrees for planting. Popular trees grow well at a maximum temperature of 45 degrees and a minimum of 10 degrees. Tree development is best in a minimum temperature of 10 degrees and a maximum temperature of 45 degrees.

Plant a popular tree like this

Poplars have deep roots. Deep plowing is fine for this. Leaving water in the field after plowing. After getting out of the water, plow the field two or three times with a rotavator. After this, level the field with the machine. There must be a distance of 5 meters while preparing the line on the field. Transplant the plants in rows 5-6 meters apart into prepared 1-meter-deep holes. Popular trees are good from January to February. The period between February 15 and March 10 is best for transplanting poplars.

You can earn 10 lakh rupees on one hectare

Poplar saplings are not very expensive. But when it comes to selling, its price is very high. Experts say that the price of wood from popular trees is 700 to 800 rupees per quintal. 250 trees can be planted on one hectare. The average height of a tree is about 80 feet. One can earn up to Rs 8-10 lakh from a popular tree in 1 hectare. In the country, a large number of farmers from Bijnor of Uttar Pradesh are involved in the cultivation of folk. Popular countries and abroad can be shipped from here.

Disclaimer: Some of the information provided in the news is based on media reports. Brother farmers, before implementing any suggestion, consult the expert in question.

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The first match of the series of 3 T20 Match between India and Sri Lanka with…




IND vs SL 1st T20 Playing XI & Pitch Report: 3 series of T20 matches will be played between India and Sri Lanka. After this T20 series, an ODI series will be played between the two teams. However, the first match of the 3 T20 series will be played on Tuesday at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. The captain of the Indian team in this series will be the versatile Hardik Pandya. Earlier, the India team had to face defeat in the semi-final match of the T20 World Cup. Apart from this, Sri Lanka’s performance in this tournament was also disappointing.

Will Wankhede’s wicket be friendly?

The first T20 match of the series between India and Sri Lanka will be played at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Speaking of the Wankhede wicket, it’s a great wicket to bat at. After landing on this pitch, the ball comes to bat fast. Because of this, he is easy to hit. Apart from this though, there is help for the bowlers at the Wankhede wicket. Especially, fast bowlers get help at the wicket from Wankhede. Apart from this, fast bowlers get swing and good movement.

Possible XI of Team India for the first match of T20-

Ishan Kishan (week), Shubman Gill, Suryakumar Yadav, Deepak Hooda, Hardik Pandya (c), Sanju Samson, Washington Sundar, Harshal Patel, Yuzvendra Chahal, Arshdeep Singh and Umran Malik

Sri Lanka’s possible XI for the first match of T20-

Pathum Nissanka, Kusal Mendis (week), Avishka Fernando, Charit Aslanka, Bhanuka Rajapaksa, Dasun Shanaka (c), Wanindu Hasaranga, Chamika Karunaratne, Mahesh Theekshana, Lahiru Kumara and Dilshan Madushanka

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