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BSF, BDR trade fire along Meghalaya border

Discussion in 'International Relations' started by Asmodeus, Jun 15, 2010.

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  1. Asmodeus

    Asmodeus 2nd Lieutant FULL MEMBER

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    Shillong: BSF and Bangladesh Rifles exchanged fire at four places in Meghalaya along the Indo- Bangla border on Tuesday, escalating tension along the international boundary.

    BDR troopers opened fire on Indian villagers who had gone for cultivation in an 'adverse possession land' near Noljuri in Meghalaya's Jaintia Hills district, prompting BSF to retaliate, BSF sources said.

    An Indian woman was reportedly injured in the firing. Details are awaited.

    Later, the two sides exchanged fire at Muktapur, Ratangtila and Dawki also, sources said.

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  2. AVADI

    AVADI Lieutenant FULL MEMBER

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    What is 'adverse possession land'.:confused:
     
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    Devianz 2nd Lieutant FULL MEMBER

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    From wikibaba

    In common law, adverse possession is the process by which title to another's real property is acquired without compensation, by holding the property in a manner that conflicts with the true owner's rights for a specified period. Circumstances of the adverse possession determine the type of title acquired by the disseisor (the one who obtains the title as a result of the adverse possession action), which may be fee simple title, mineral rights, or other interest in real property.

    So does this mean that the land in question is in adverse possession of India?:confused:
     
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    prototype Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    ^^ so does they claim just like every other neighbor of india
     
  5. Devianz

    Devianz 2nd Lieutant FULL MEMBER

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    That's what I want to know.
     
  6. Desi Jatt

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    whosever land it was..the point is indian civilians were targeted.....is BDR trying to retaliate the bangladesh smugglers killed by BSF ??
     
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    There was talk of resuming pre-1965 relations with Bangladesh, right, what happened?
     
  8. Arjun MBT

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    Pre-1965 Relationship with Bangladesh?? How?:confused:
     
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    prototype Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    in an another forum,i saw how condolences r pouring r pouring in by some uneducated barbarians to fellow bangladeshi brothers due to atrocities they r suffering from the hand of hegmonious india
     
  10. veteran

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    The central government should be blamed for this.when this type of incidents happened for first time ,the government organized bi-lateral talks with Bangladesh,few days later similar incident happened.one has to accept that in Bangladesh Islamic radical groups are against India.BDR is not very reputed in terms of their professionalism.If we have to project ourselves as superpower ,we should first project ourselves as regional superpower.This whole BDR issue is not new.India has always offered Bangladesh a helping hand when ever they needed us. Its time for India to change certain policies towards Bangladesh.
     
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