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PCJSS/JSS key persons:
Sudha Sindhu Khisa, President/ Rupayan Dewan, Vice President,/Tatindra Lal Chakma, General Secretary/. Responsibility shouldered on 11 July 2013.

Background: The present central committee was elected on 11 July 2013, on the 2nd day of the 3-day long 10th PCJSS national conference. The earlier committee (convening committee) was formed on 10th April 2010 when Mr. Santu Larma convened the 9th national conference (29-31 March 2010) in sheer violation of the party constitution and excluded a few hundred veteran leaders and members and also "formally" expelled 7 top veteran leaders (Chandra Sekhar Chakma, Sudhasindhu Khisa, Rupayan Dewan, Tatindra Lal Chakma, Eng. Mrinal Kanti Tripura, Advocate Shaktiman Chakma and Binoy Krishna Khisa) and also declared their capital punishment. The present leadership is determined to democratise the JSS under a collective leadership.

"The world suffers a lot not because of the violence of the bad people, But because of the silence of the good people." Napoleon (1769-1821).

Monday, January 03, 2011

Bangladesh invites ONGC to explore gas in restive hill region

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Steelguru
Sunday, 02 Jan 2011
Web:http://www.steelguru.com/indian_news/Bangladesh_invites_ONGC_to_explore_gas_in_restive_hill_region/183802.html

Bangladesh invites ONGC to explore gas in restive hill region

Energy starved Bangladesh invited proposals from global energy giants, including India's ONGC to explore natural gas in its insurgency hit southeastern rugged Chittagong hills.

Chief of the state-run Petrobangla Hossain Mansur told PTI that "We have invited expression of interest from the foreign companies for carrying out exploration activities in the region.”

He added that Oil and Natural Gas Commission of India , Sinopec and CNOOC of China, PTTEP of Thailand, Petronas of Malaysia were contacted for talks while other intending parties too were welcome with their EoIs.

Energy experts and geologists said Chittagong Hill Tracts, which makes up one-tenth of Bangladesh, earlier could not be explored as the region witnessed a two-decade long tribal insurgency demanding regional autonomy until a landmark 1997 peace deal.

Mr Mansur however said that Petrobangla did not expect a huge reserve in the region which witnessed many tectonic ups and downs over the millennium but believed there were recoverable reserves in certain pockets of the hilly region bordering Indian and Myanmar.

(Sourced from ET)

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