Over two lakh people have been affected in the fresh wave of floods in five districts of Arunachal Pradesh with majority of the rivers and tributaries flowing over the danger mark on Sunday, official sources said.
Even after 46 days passed of the shooting incident, the police are still clueless on information of the miscreants involved.
Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Nabam Tuki this evening congratulated Pranab Mukherjee for becoming the next President of India.
An unidentified gunman shot senior Arunachal Pradesh journalist Tonggam Rina from behind in Itanagar Sunday evening. Tonggam, 34, was battling for her life at the Ramkrisha Mission Hospital.
Arunachal Pradesh Parliamentary Secretary for Land Management Padi Richo has been appointed election agent for UPA candidate Pranab Mukherjee in the presidential election.
No attempt to violate the border from the Chinese side has been allowed by the Indo-Tibetan Border Police in Arunachal Pradesh since it was deployed there in 2004, giving a sense of security to the local populace, a senior force official has said.
Himalayan state Arunachal Pradesh, where around 13% of the population follows Buddhism, has got its first full-fledged Buddhist centre after Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir.
Landslips triggered by torrential rains has made Tuting tehsil in Upper Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh inaccessible from rest of the state, official sources said today.
Activists raise concerns over construction of reservoirs on Lohit, but govt pushes ahead anyway. Nivedita Khandekar reports.
20 years ago, bringing food to the table seemed to be the sole point of farming for the Mishmis of Arunachal. Today, thanks to orange cultivation, things have changed for the better. Nivedita Khandekar reports.
The decades-old boundary dispute between Arunachal Pradesh and Assam would be soon resolved "amicably" with the Supreme Court-constituted Boundary Commission working out the modalities, Union home minister P Chidambaram said on Saturday.
Though this district in Arunachal has everything a nature-lover could want, nothing is being done to promote it — depriving the area of revenue and its people of jobs.
At 9.45 pm, a young woman walks into the Kibithoo health sub-centre, blood dripping from her face. Yet another victim of a domestic squabble.
Even as the mandatory public hearing for the massive 2,700MW Lower Siang hydroelectric project in Arunachal Pradesh was postponed in the face of vociferous protests by local tribes, the Arunachal government seems hell-bent on building the controversial network of 168 dams.
Even after 2006, when the Forest Rights Act (FRA) was passed, the reserved forest in Wakro circle of this easternmost district of Arunachal Pradesh has seen regular encroachment and felling of trees for agriculture. Nivedita Khandekar reports.