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BJP announces 2nd list for Arunachal assembly polls Assembly elections in the state is scheduled for April 9. The list of 17 candidates was cleared by BJP Central Election Committee, chaired by party's national president Rajnath Singh. (PTI) BJP has
Among other suggestions were proper accommodation and hostel facilities for students outside the state. The suggestions came during a meeting convened yesterday at Namsai by Tape Bagra, a member of the Centre-constituted committee to look into the
11 AM Sunset : 4:57 PM Today Mainly clear sky...Abducted Assam small tea grower Pradip More and his associate, Chandrapal Sharma, were rescued during a army-police joint operation from a remote hilltop under Namsai police station in Arunachal Pradesh'
Three persons from Assam have been abducted in two separate incidents in the past 48 hours two in Lohit district of Arunachal Pradesh and one in Sivasagar district of Assam. Rubber planter Pradip More was returning home to Naoholia near Duliajan in
At least four people were killed and 22 others were injured in a road mishap in Assams Sivasagar district late Thursday night, police said on Friday. The incident took place at Khowang area in the district, when a passenger bus coming from Itanagar
Namsai MLA Nang Sati Mein today demanded for declaring her constituency as disturbed area. Raising a Calling Attention notice in the state Assembly, she drew the attention of the state government on the deterioration in law and order problem in the
Life is fast returning to normal in the trouble-torn areas of Namsai sub-division of Lohit district in Aruanchal Pradesh with the functioning of business establishments, government offices, health units and educational institutions as usual.
The move was to ensure that the violence between local tribal communities and non-indigenous communities did not take a communal turn. He also ordered immediate deployment of additional para-military forces in and around the sub-division. Mr. Khandu,
Itanagar, October 25, 2010 Shoot at sight orders were clamped on Namsai town after 500 non-Arunachalese set ablaze seven houses of the local people at New Mohong and Old Mohong villages, in Lohit district of Arunachal Pradesh last night...Sharma said
Chakmas waylaid them between Diyun and Namsai and attacked them with lathis and stones while they were returning after attending claims and objections hearing pertaining to entry of refugees in the Electoral rolls. According to official sources here