Kajum Bagra, son of Arunachal Pradesh Industries minister Tumke Tagra, was convicted for murdering a person in 2017.
13 people were onboard the plane, including eight crew members and five passengers.
Governor BD Mishra administered the oath of office and secrecy to Khandu and 11 others as Ministers
As many as 500 masked men attacked a polling team and snatched away Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) near Langbang in Arunachal Pradesh earlier this week. The team of officials was going to Nampe polling station where a re-poll was scheduled on Tuesday, May 21. The team consisted of Central Reserve Police[Read More…]
Militants belonging to the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) are suspected to be behind the attack
Pasighat (Arunachal Pradesh): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday told a large rally of supporters gathered here that Congress, who ruled for the better part of the seven decades since Independence, never bothered about the Northeast and hence the state lacked connectivity and development. Addressing the crowd at the General[Read More…]
On Friday, a National People’s Party (NPP) worker, Jaley Anna has been killed by a suspected NSCN(IM) member at Kheti village in Arunachal Pradesh, a district official said. Around 10 PM on Friday, the suspected member of the Isak-Muivah faction of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN-IM) assaulted NPP workers- Jaley Anna and his friend Kham Nai Abhi at Kheti village in[Read More…]
Itanagar: Ahead of the upcoming simultaneous Lok Sabha and assembly elections which are to take place on April 11 in Arunachal Pradesh, Congress party received a major boost on Tuesday with senior politician and sitting National People’s Party (NPP) MLA Tanga Byaling joining the party along several other top politicians[Read More…]
Miao: The Tangsa Students Union along with several welfare societies of Changlang district carried out a peaceful candlelight rally to condole and support families of 4 boys killed in police firing on 25 February at Miao. President, district Tangsa Student Union, Sengman Ronrang said, “Four of our brave hearts have[Read More…]
Itanagar: The situation in Arunachal Pradesh has taken a turn for the worse with the state government suddenly climbing down in the face of violent protests and declaring that it will not implement the report granting Permanent Residency Certificates to six communities living along the Assam-Arunachal border. Arunachal Pradesh has been[Read More…]