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- New digital health ID will be used in Covid immunisation, says PM… (GS-2)
- Signal to China: Quad navies to sail together, Indo-US pact on table (GS-2)
- US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to visit Sri Lanka, Maldives after… (GS-2)
- Covid puzzles: jobs back, labour shrinks, demand low but inflation still high (GS-3)
- PLA soldier strays across LAC, Army says will return him (GS-2)
Govt & Politics
- Durga Puja pandals in Bengal out of bounds for visitors: Calcutta High Court (GS-2)
- Govt suggests ‘disengaging’ WII, IIFM, three other premier green institutions (GS-3)
- Govt plans cultural activities to mark Pak-backed militia’s Kashmir invasion
Today’s Important Articles: Indian Express Newspaper -20-October-2020
- Have not closed the option for another stimulus : Sitharaman (GS-3)
- Unemployment rate in urban areas at 8.4% in July-Sept 2019 (GS-1)
- Insurers’ entry in surety bond biz for infra projects proposed (GS-3)
Over the last one week, residents of Assam and Mizoram have clashed twice over territory, injuring at least eight people and torching a few huts and small shops. It spotlights the long-standing inter-state boundary issues in the Northeast, particularly between Assam and the states that were carved out of it.
What were the recent clashes about?
On Saturday, residents of Lailapur village in Assam’s Cachar district clashed with residents of localities near Vairengte in Mizoram’s Kolasib district. On October 9, a similar clash took place on the border of Karimganj (Assam) and Mamit (Mizoram) districts.
On October 9, a farm hut and a betel nut plantation belonging to two Mizoram residents were set on fire. On Saturday, some people from Lailapur started pelting stones at Mizoram police personnel and Mizoram residents.
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