Monday, May 21, 2018

China’s begins large-scale mining on Arunachal border

BEIJING, May 20: China has begun large-scale mining operations on its side of the border with Arunachal Pradesh where a huge trove of gold, silver and other precious minerals valued at about USD 60 billion has been found, the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post reported on Sunday. The mine...

Gibahappa village finally gets electricity

ITANAGAR, May 20: Gibahappa - a little known village inhabited by 16 families - near...

Scorching heat killing reared fishes

Correspondent RUKSIN, May 20: Scorching heat and scanty rainfall are making survival difficult for fishes...

60 without ILP expelled

PASIGHAT, May 20: Police expelled 60 persons without inner line permit (ILP) from East Siang...

‘Ministry for opening NE to tourists’

NEW DELHI, May 20: The tourism ministry has proposed lifting restrictions on foreigners travelling to...

Union opposes ‘two plans for one district’

ITANAGAR, May 20: Reiterating its complaint that all the matters related to jurisdictional problems between...

Give up Citizenship Bill, it’s a threat: AGP to Amit Shah

GUWAHATI, May 20: The Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) on Sunday registered its protest against the...

Orgs call for maintaining communal harmony

ZIRO, May 20: Representatives of various tribes and student and youth organizations who participated in...

Nat’l Wado-Kai karate c’ship

ITANAGAR, May 20: The 21st All India Wado-Kai Karate Championship will be organized here from...

Gamlin visits fire victims

AALO, May 20: Tax & Excise Minister Jarkar Gamlin inspected the fire accident area in...

House gutted in fire

RUMGONG, May 20: The residence of one Taben Gao was reduced to ashes in a...

Pasighat airport to offer commercial flights from 21 May

PASIGHAT, May 19: Alliance Air, a wholly owned subsidiary of Air India, is all set...

AAPSU urges indigenous people to join movement against Citizenship Amendment Bill

ITANAGAR, May 19: The All Arunachal Pradesh Students' Union (AAPSU) has appealed to the indigenous...

Yeddyurappa quits without a trust vote

BENGALURU, May 19: The three-day-old BJP government in Karnataka collapsed on Saturday, minutes before the...

Conclave on perspective planning for agri-allied sectors ends

Agriculture sole base for sustainable development of state, says Rijiju ITANAGAR, May 19: The two-day state...

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Control capital road dust urgently

Dear Editor, I would like to draw the attention of the concerned highway authority towards the...

The long pending Chakma and Hajong issue

Dear Editor, It is a very shameful to highlight that Chakma & Hajong(C&H) refugee issues has...

International Day for Biological Diversity

Dear Editor, May 22 is celebrated as the International Day for Biological Diversity (IDB) to increase...

Real issues that concern education dept

Dear Editor, Apropos of the “open letter to the secretary education” published on the 14th May,2018...

Make Flyovers

Dear Editor, I would like to suggest the Highway Dept to make flyover and traffic segregators...

Reform the examination styles

Dear Editor, I would like to draw the kind attention of the APPSC who is coming...

Historic day

Come Monday, the Arunachal Pradesh will witness historic landing of first commercial flight at Pasighat...

SC restores sanctity

The Supreme Court of India today once again restored the sanctity of apex court by...

Properly investigate

The termination of 67 nurses working under the health department for acquiring fake degrees by...

Pakistan to give greater administrative and financial authority to PoK, Gilgit-Baltistan

ISLAMABAD, May 20 (PTI): Pakistan's top civil and military leaders have decided to give greater administrative and financial authority to Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan, the region through which the controversial $50 billion China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) passes. During a meeting of the National Security Committee (NSC) - the top civil...

Good terms with neighbours will transform NE economy: Shah

Guwahati, May 20 (PTI) BJP President Amit Shah today said improved relations with neighbouring countries like Bangladesh, Myanmar and Bhutan under Prime Minister Narendra Modi would transform the economy of the northeastern region, leading to higher growth. "The Prime Ministers initiative to sign the Land Boundary Agreement with Bangladesh will...

India working on unmanned tanks, vessels, robotic weaponry for future wars

NEW DELHI, May 20 (PTI): In an ambitious defence project, the government has started work on incorporating artificial intelligence + (AI) to enhance the operational preparedness of the armed forces in a significant way that would include equipping them with unmanned tanks, vessels, aerial vehicles and robotic weaponry. The move...

India should become sports-playing nation, says Tendulkar

Navi Mumbai, May 20 (PTI) Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar on Sunday said that India is a sports-loving nation, but the country should transform itself into a sports playing nation. I always mention that India should become a sports-playing nation. We are a sports-loving nation but we need that transformation where...