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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...

Arunachal Pradesh Government focuses on indigenous culture and traditions

Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu is dedicated to preserve, promote and protect the indigenous cultures of Arunachal Pradesh. A 15-day workshop of the priesthood...

First-ever bus service in Arunachal border area flagged off

Over seven decades after Bharat's independence, the first-ever passenger bus service was flagged off on Friday in the Roing-Anini route in Arunachal Pradesh's Dibang...

Chinese Army kidnaps 5 Arunachali boys even as Bharatiya Army returns 3 Chinese citizens in Sikkim

Two recent separate incidents on the eastern border between Bharat and China exemplified the ethos of armies of the two nations. While Chinese Army...

Bharat’s Hour Of Reckoning With China

The 4057 km line of actual control between China and Bharat extending from Ladakh in the western sector to Arunachal in the eastern sector...

4 arrested for vandalizing Durga murtis in Arunachal Pradesh, police downplay any ‘communal angle’

Several Durga murtis placed at the Durga Pooja Mandap organized by Doimukh Bazar Welfare Committee, in Doimukh, Arunachal Pradesh, were found defaced after the...

Maoist-Christian terror group NSCN suspected for murder of Arunachal MLA, 10 others

Suspected NSCN (I-M) terrorists gunned down Arunachal Pradesh MLA Tirong Aboh and his family members at Bogapani in Tirap district of Arunachal Pradesh at...

Arunachal Government May Repeal Anti-Conversion Law to the Dismay of Indigenous Faith Groups

Followers of indigenous faiths and tribal groups in Arunachal Pradesh are up in arms against Chief Minister Pema Khandu’s move to repeal an anti-conversion...

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