Inner Line Permit Current Affairs, GK & News
Inner Line Permit is an official travel document issued by the Government of India to allow inward travel of an Indian citizen into a protected/restricted area for a limited period. Despite the fact that the ILP was originally created by the British to safeguard their commercial interests, it continues to be used in India, officially ..
Ladakh Administration has removed the need of an Inner Line Permit (ILP) for all Indian nationals who seeks to visit protected areas of union territory. Highlights Ladakh administration issued notification regarding the Inner Line Permit on August 6, 2021. According to notification, requirement of an Inner Line Permit for Indian nationals, including domestic tourists and ..
Category: States Current Affairs
The state government of Nagaland has extended Inner Line Permit (ILP) regime to Dimapur district, which is the commercial hub of the state. Dimapur was the only district that was not under ILP regime unlike the rest of Nagaland, which came into being in 1963. The ILP regime was also extended to neighbouring Manipur with ..
The government of Nagaland government has initiated an exercise to prepare a master list of all indigenous inhabitants of the State. This list called as the Register of Indigenous Inhabitants of Nagaland (RIIN) is viewed as a localised version of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) that Assam began updating four years ago and is ..
Topics: Illegal Bangladeshi Immigrants • ILP • indigenous inhabitants • Inner Line Permit • Mizoram • Nagaland • National register of citizens • NRC • Register of Indigenous Inhabitants of Nagaland • RIIN
Manipur Government has reached an agreement with the Joint Committee on the Inner Line Permit System (JCILPS) over the issue of implementation of Inner Line Permit (ILP) system. It was reached after a marathon talk between the state government and the delegation of JCILPS led by its Convenor in-Charge Khomdram Ratan. This agreement seeks to ..
Manipur government has decided to approach the Centre to extend the provisions of the Bengal Eastern Frontier Regulation 1873 to the state. Why this decision ? The decision follows rising demands from public to bring in the Inner Line Permit (ILPS) system under the Regulation.
Month: Current Affairs - July, 2012