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land boundary

A line of demarcation between adjoining parcels of land. The parcels of land may be of the same or different ownership, but were distinguished at one time in the history of their descent by separate legal descriptions.
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Addressing a news conference at Asamankese on Wednesday this week, Barima Pobi Asomaning II disclosed that the Akyem Mansohene, Obrempong Sintim Poku, had instructed his subjects and some surveyors to re-demarcate his traditional land boundary.
They were arrested for preventing the authorities from digging a land boundary to stop any encroachment into the protected area - Village 1's Group 18.
The two sides exchanged documents regarding the Land Boundary Agreement (LBA) that was passed unanimously by the Parliament last month in the presence of Modi and his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina besides West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.
The Teesta water-sharing pact and the land boundary dispute remain pending issues that require immediate attention.
The BJP government has to step back from its previous stand and soften its approach to resolving the major issues by concluding the Teesta water sharing deal and land boundary agreement, which was opposed by the then opposition party BJP when Manmohan Singh government sought to ratify it and introduced it in the Parliament at the end of the last year.
* Demarcate the land boundary along Green line as per resolution map (B-44).
Saudi Arabia, the largest country in the Arabian Peninsula, has a total land boundary of 4,431km.
Both the sides discussed the land boundary in the Sir Creek area and also delimitation of International Maritime Boundary between India and Pakistan.
Arab Transport Ministers Council (ATMC) approved on Wednesday, in their 22nd ordinary meeting being held in Cairo, to authorize the committee for facilitating transportation and trade of the council to study conditions and procedures of land boundary passages and logistic systems in the Arab countries starting from the study of organizational ports affairs bylaw, which was proposed by Yemen.<p>That was raised during the council's revision of resolutions of its previous extraordinary meeting held last May, especially steps relating to performance of land boundary passages, improving logistic systems and setting-up a committee for facilitating transport and trade in Transportation activities among Arab countries and logistic systems role in reducing transport expenses.
I am not suggesting the Home Office can solve the prison problem by constructing mammoth-sized jails for a couple of thousand or so at a go, especially round our coastline, or right next to the Wales land boundary with England.
It also discusses the 1997 informal Como Agreement, which formed the legal framework of the boundary dispute and was later incorporated in the 2000 Treaty of Jeddah, which established a maritime and land boundary. The Taif Treaty, which was incorporated into the Treaty of Jeddah, contains certain contentious territorial and non-territorial clauses.
The two concluded a three-day meeting in Bangkok co-chaired by Thai Foreign Minister Surakiat Sathirathai and Lao Foreign Minister Somsavat Lengsavad with both sides determined to complete demarcation of a remaining 35-kilometer land boundary by June.