Protest in Arunachal over 'Chinese village'; students' body accuses sucessive Central Govts of not taking issue seriously
Armed with banners and placards, AAPSU condemned the nefarious activities of China and slammed the Centre for remaining "silent" over the issue
Anti-CAB protests in parts of country as Centre readies to table bill in Parliament; North East bandh called on 11 Dec
Protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill and a nationwide NRC have intensified with rallies and marches being held in Delhi, Assam, Manipur and parts of India over the weekend, and several more planned to start from Monday, the day the contentious bill set to be tabled in the Parliament
After the publication of the draft NRC, it has become more difficult for people in Assam to travel to neighbouring tribal-dominated states.
NRC draft row: Arunachal students' body AAPSU asks 'undocumented migrants' to leave state within 15 days
Three days after the complete draft of National Register of Citizens (NRC) was published in Assam, the apex students' body in Arunachal on Thursday asked "undocumented migrants" to leave the state within 15 days.
Fearing erosion of culture and resources, Arunachal Pradesh's indigenous tribes oppose Citizenship Amendment Bill
Arunachal Pradesh is seeing strong opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Bill, which, if passed, will allow persecuted refugees to apply for citizenship.
Kiren Rijiju says rights of Arunachal Pradesh's indigenous people will not be compromised by influx of Chakma, Hajong refugees
Rijiju said on Sunday that the rights of indigenous people of Arunachal Pradesh would be protected and they would not be "let down" because of Chakma and Hajong refugees
The All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU) has urged the state government to immediately file a curative petition in the wake of the Supreme Court order to confer citizenship to Chakma and Hajong refugees in the state.