CMs Vs Centre

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NCTC violates principle of federalism, says Nitish -
New Delhi, May 5 - Strongly opposing the Centre's plan for setting up an NCTC, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today said it "violates" the principle of federalism and the structure adopted for it suffers from "serious and basic flaws". Referring to Emergency days, Kumar said that if such powers are given to a secret intelligence agency of the Central Government, they will remain prone to misuse against political rivals and asked the government to immediately withdraw it.
NCTC issue: Jaya demands sub-committee of CMs -
New Delhi, May 5 - Opposing the NCTC tooth and nail, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa today accused the Centre of taking the country towards "autocracy" and demanded that a sub-committee of Chief Ministers be set up to go into the proposed body.
Centre behaving as Viceroys of yore on NCTC: Modi -
New Delhi, Apr 5 - Accusing the Centre of behaving like "Viceroys of yore", Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today said constitution of NCTC is a conscious strategy to cast the Centre as an "omnipresent" ruler with states portrayed as dependent vassals.
Mamata slams Centre; says NCTC not acceptable -
New Delhi, May 5 - Slamming the Centre for taking a unilateral decision on formation of NCTC, key UPA ally and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today said such institutions "upset" the federal structure of the country and was "not acceptable" to the state.
NCTC will supplement counter-terror capabilities of states: PM -
New Delhi, May 5 - Making a strong pitch for formation of an anti-terror hub, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said the establishment of NCTC is not a State versus Centre issue but will work as a vehicle of country's combined efforts to curb terrorism. Stressing that NCTC will supplement the counter-terrorism capabilities of the states and not supplant them, Singh asked the state governments to work with the Centre in dealing with terrorism.
Nitish accuses Centre of continuing discrimination -
Patna, May 4 - Slamming the Centre for rejecting his demand for granting special status to Bihar, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today accused it of "discriminating" against the state for long. "Bihar has been discriminated against by the Centre for long and the attitude remains unchanged till date", Kumar said while reacting to Centre's 'no' to Bihar's demand for special status.
Centre climbs down, brings state DGPs and police into NCTC’s grid - Chitleen K Sethi, Indian Express
In an attempt to address the resentment of almost a dozen non-Congress states over the working of the proposed National Counter Terrorism Centre (NCTC), the union home ministry has included directors-general of police (DGPs) of all states as ex-officio members of the standing council of the NCTC.
Govt can't deny responsibility for debt crisis: Mamata -
Kolkata, May 2 - West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today hardened her stance on the demand for a three-year moratorium on interest payment for accumulated debts, saying the Centre "cannot deny its responsibility in the matter".
Making CMs' meet on NCTC productive - BS Raghavan, Business Line
It is good news that it will be full house at the Conference of Chief Ministers on the National Counter Terrorism Centre (NCTC), called by the Home Minister, Mr P. Chidambaram on May 5. That those among them who had serious misgivings about the functions and powers of the NCTC have agreed to attend, should be taken as an indication that they are willing to discuss the rationale for such a Centre with an open mind. As such, the meet is getting off to a promising start.
Centre sends draft SOPs on NCTC to all CMs -
New Delhi, Apr 27 - Faced with stiff opposition from several Chief Ministers, including UPA ally Mamata Banerjee, the Centre has circulated to all Chief Ministers the draft Standard Operating Procedures of proposed NCTC ahead of the May 5 crucial meeting here on the controversial issue.
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