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Modi is presently inBrazil attending a Brics summit along withChinese President Xi Jinping whom he met today Althoughit was not clear if the map had been discussed a statement said that the two sides had discussed various issues including the need to resolve the boundary question in an amicable manner Manish Tewari PTI Tewari was referring to a map released by China in June this year which had included all of Arunachal Pradesh and large chunks of Jammu and Kashmir as its territory In an article Firstpost columnist Rajeev Sharma wrote "The Chinese cartographic aggression has come days after Chinese troops made a six-km-deep incursion in Pangong lake in Ladakh Jammu and Kashmir on 24 June and went back after staying put in their high speed boats for about two hours" Following the incident Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Nabam Tuki had asked the NDA government to take immediate action and take up the issue with China Prakash Javadekar information and broadcasting minister had then said "The fact that Arunachal Pradesh is integral and inalienable part of India has been conveyed to Chinese authority at several occasions including at the very highest level" With inputs from agencies Patna: With only a couple of months left for the Lok Sabha elections the Congress the RJD and the LJP are yet to forge an alliance for the battle for Bihar’s 40 seats RJD Chief Lalu Prasad Yadav AFP Despite several rounds of talks and meetings in the last one month no decision has yet been taken by the Congress leaving the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) and the Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) worried "Seat sharing talks have not got finalized and may take more time But if required the Congress can contest all 40 Lok Sabha seats in Bihar" Congress leader Sadanand Singh has said The dilly dallying by the Congress vis-a-vis old friends RJD and LJP is giving sleepless nights to RJD stalwart and former chief minister Lalu Prasad and LJP chief Ram Vilas Paswan Both Lalu Prasad and Paswan are hoping for a strong alliance to take on the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) now that the BJP’s long alliance with the Janata Dal-United is over The BJP is banking on what it says is a Narendra Modi wave while Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is hoping to lead the JD-U to victory "A secular alliance of the Congress-RJD-LJP should be clear as soon as possible as it will send out a positive massage Delays are not good" RJD leader Raghuvansh Prasad Singh warned Raghuvansh Singh the RJD MP from Vaishali told IANS that a Congress-RJD-LJP combine would have a clear edge over both the BJP and the JD-U "Uncertainty over the alliance is giving advantage to the BJP and the JD-U" added LJP leader Pasupati Kumar Paras RJD MP Ram Kirpal Yadav said Lalu Prasad was prepared for "any sacrifice" to bring about the three-party alliance "Laluji is ready to sacrifice anything for a secular formation but others are still bargaining" he said without naming the Congress as the guilty party Another RJD leader however said that seat sharing talks had reached the final stage "The RJD has agreed to contest 20 of the 40 seats leaving the rest to others" he said The source said the Congress would put up candidates for 12 seats the LJP for seven and the Katihar seat would be left for Nationalist Congress Party’s Tariq Anwar But the Congress and the LJP appear to be demanding more seats for themselves At least half a dozen parliamentary seats are the main bone of contention among the Congress the RJD and the LJP Both the RJD and the Congress are eyeing Madhubani RJD legislature party leader Abdul Bari Siddiqui wants to contest from there as he narrowly lost it to the BJP in 2009 Congress general secretary Shakeel Ahmad is equally keen to be fielded in Madhubani as he won it in 2004 In the Samastipur (reserved) constituency the LJP and the Congress are at loggerheads LJP’s Ram Chandra Paswan brother of Ram Vilas Paswan and Ashok Kumar of the Congress want the seat Other seats that have led to squabbles are Khagaria Kishanganj Araria and Ara Unlike in 2009 Lalu Prasad appears quite serious in forging an alliance with the Congress and the LJP His aides say he has learnt a bitter lesson since the last Lok Sabha election when he contemptuously offered only three seats to the Congress In December after being released on bail in the fodder scam Lalu Prasad who broke his alliance with the Congress in 2009 said he would not repeat the mistake In the 2004 Lok Sabha polls the Congress-RJD-LJP combine won 29 Lok Sabha seats But fighting separately in 2009 the RJD got only four seats the Congress two and the LJP none IANS Andhra Pradesh with 42 seats sends the third largest number of MPs to the Lok Sabha The UPA had been propelled to power in 2009 because of votes — and MPs — from Andhra Pradesh However with the bifurcation of the state the poll scenario seems to have changed drastically indicating that the Congress has goofed up gravely on statehood for Telangana The Election Tracker survey by CSDS-Lokniti shows that Seemandhra and Telangana have completely different opinions when it comes to the Lok Sabha elections this year Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi PTI The survey reveals in Telangana 53% of the respondents are satisfied with the current UPA government while 36% are dissatisfied Meanwhile in Seemandhra the scenario is different with a meagre 25% saying they are satisfied with the UPA and 65% are dissatisfied In Telangana 36% of the respondents have given credit to the TRS for the bifurcation 21% have given credit to the Congress 6% credited the Centre and only 3% gave credit to Congress leaders in the state Political scientist Sandeep Shastri during a discussion on CNN-IBN said "Telangana has got its own political preferences and so does Seemandhra Three C’s will play a big role during the elections —Chandrashekhar Rao Chandrababu Naidu and Congress of the YSRCP" Journalist P Sainath was of the opinion that the two elections needed to be treated seperately "The elections in Telangana are far more interesting but difficult to figure out At this moment tactical alliances and possibilities are very fluid and that may have big impact on the elections" he said "The deals haven’t been struck because the bargaining has been very very hard Everyone is playing the end game to the last lap" Sainath said Former media advisor to the prime minister Sanjaya Baru pointed out that UPA’s negligence towards the state has created anger "There is anger in both Seemandhra and Telangana against the UPA The fact that TRS didn’t merge with the Congress reflects that There wascomplete neglect by the UPA of a state that was responsible for its victory in 2009" Baru also said "Seemandhra is actually divided between the coastal and northern districts TDP has gained more importance in the northern districts in Rayalaseema it is YSRCP" Meanwhile there is a BJP-TDP alliance that has been rumoured Is the BJP keeping its post-poll options open Columnist Swapan Dasgupta said "Both the BJP 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