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Arunachal Pradesh Government to go Cashless with the inauguration of ‘Digi Dhan Mela’

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New Delhi, Jan 20, 2017: The Arunachal Pradesh Government on Friday took the historic step to go cashless with the inauguration of ‘Digi Dhan Mela’ in tune with the central government’s programme of ‘100 cities 100 melas’ for a cashless economy.

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The Digi Dhan Mela, a central government initiative, is aimed at incentivising digitally enabled transformation in the country following the November 8 demonetisation of Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 notes.

Emphasising on the need for a collective effort from all citizens, the minister said it was necessary for the country to move along with the government.

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“Unless we work together, success cannot be achieved. If everyone contributes to the nation, it cannot lag behind,” Raju said.

He exuded confidence that the newly formed Bharatiya Janata Party-led government in the state would contribute towards nation building.

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Appreciating the enthusiastic response of the people to go digital and contribute towards nation building, Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju called for organising the mela in districts and zillas (blocks) so that people from every corner are covered.

Rijiju said development and success cannot be achieved without hard work and pain. (IANS)

 

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Don’t hype boundary row, work with us: China to India

According to a report, China's military last month accused Indian troops of entering Chinese territory. The Indian side rejected the charges

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China on Monday told India not to hype up the boundary dispute and work with Beijing to maintain peace in the border areas. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang made the comment after Chinese troops reportedly objected to Indian troops’ patrolling in Arunachal Pradesh.

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“I am not aware of the detailed information on the (current) situation on China-India. China’s position on China-India boundary is consistent and clear cut. The Chinese government never recognizes the so-called Arunachal Pradesh,” Geng said.

“China and India are engaged in consultation and negotiation to resolve the border issues and to pursue and fair and just solution that is acceptable to both sides.

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“Pending the resolution of the issue, we hope both sides can abide by the agreements. Instead of hyping the issues, India should work with China to uphold peace and tranquility in the area,” he said.

According to a report, China’s military last month accused Indian troops of entering Chinese territory. The Indian side rejected the charges. China claims Arunachal Pradesh as its own and calls it South Tibet. IANS

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