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IAF to launch a search for 19 Assam workers missing from the Arunachal border

An Indian Air Force helicopter would be pressed into action on Saturday even as the State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) continued their search to...

China engaged in infra building across border in Arunachal: Indian Army

Lieutenant General Rana Pratap Kalita, Eastern Army Commander, said on Monday that China is engaged in infrastructure capacity enhancement across the international border in...

Training-cum-production centre in Arunachal to boost silk industry

The Indian silk industry in the northeastern region, particularly in Arunachal Pradesh, is all set for a grand revival with the opening of a...

Arunachal villagers set up museum to honour martyrs of 1911 Anglo-Abor War

More than 110 years after the 'Anglo-Abor Wars', the villagers of Arunachal Pradesh have built a museum with the local forest resources to showcase...

Why is sparsely populated Arunachal Pradesh looking to drive Hindu Hajong and Buddhist Chakma refugees out?

Hindu Hajong and Buddhist Chakma refugees, who moved to Bharat from the Chittagong Hill Tract (CHT) region of then East Pakistan (Bangladesh) between 1964...

Chinese Army abducted Arunachalee teenager, says MP Tapir Gao

The Chinese Army has reportedly abducted an Arunachal Pradesh teenager from the Indian territory where China had constructed 3-4 km road in 2018. His friend,...

‘Arunachal’s Idu Mishmi people regard tigers as their elder brothers’

The Idu Mishmi sub-tribe of Arunachal Pradesh's Dibang Valley believes that tigers are their elder brothers. Killing tigers is, for the Idu Mishmi, a...

200 Chinese troops detained after entering Bharatiya territory in Arunachal

Around 200 troops of China's People's Liberation Army entered into Bharat's territory last week leading to a face-off with the Indian Army at the...

Buddhist monks oppose fresh push for power plants in Arunachal

Buddhist monks in Arunachal Pradesh's Tawang have again strongly opposed the state government's fresh push for hydro power projects in the northeastern border state. The...

Memorial of Major Khathing, who set up Bharat’s control over Tawang, to come up

A memorial will be set up in Arunachal Pradesh's Tawang to keep alive the sacrifice and bravery of Major Ralengnao 'Bob' Khathing, who had...

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