Over 380 police personnel belonging to Ladakh and working in different places in Kashmir and Jammu regions will soon be transferred to Ladakh.
The world’s greatest forest is on fire. The Amazon rainforest is burning away at record rates, in thousands of forest fires spread over an area bigger than India.
BJP leader Pema Khandu will take oath as the Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh on 29 May. "Pema Khandu will be sworn in as the Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh on 29 May. Extend my gratitude to BJP MLAs for electing Khandu as the BJP legislature party leader," BJP leader Kiren Rijiju tweeted on Monday.
Day after Arunachal Pradesh MLA killed by suspected militants, Kiren Rijiju says forces have launched massive anti-insurgency operation
'A massive military operation has been launched by the security forces in eastern Arunachal Pradesh,' Rijiju said in a Facebook post.
The best part about arranging for a birding trip from Assam to this region in Arunachal’s heart is that the roads pass through several other tributaries of the Brahmaputra, which also house tens of migratory and endemic birds in lower climes.
China warns India of flood-like situation after heavy rainfall: Assam, Arunachal Pradesh on high alert
At present, three rivers in Assam — the Dhansiri, Brahmaputra and Jia Bharali — are flowing above the danger level, compelling 1,488 people to stay in relief camps.
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.
Following Doka La faceoff, India increases deployment of troops along border with China near Tibetan region
India has deployed more troops and significantly increased patrolling in the mountainous terrains of Dibang, Dau-Delai and Lohit valleys along the borders with China in the Tibetan region in Arunachal sector following the Doka La face-off
Search & rescue teams found a blood stained shoe, half-burnt PAN card and a wallet of one of the two pilots of the Su-30 fighter jet that crashed last week
Anybody in Austin who’s seeing Menwhopause again will notice they don’t have singer Sarabjit Chadha nor their guitarist IP Singh, the psychedelic swirls are now being provided by Ahuja and drumwork by Thakur and bassist Randeep Singh on vocals.
After Assam, Manipur will become the second major state in the North East to have a BJP government. There is also a BJP government in Arunachal, brought about by the machinations of the party more than by winning elections.
India has upped the ante with China by issuing visas to World Uyghur Congress leader Dolkun Isa and three others to visit a conference in Dharamshala
Arunachal Pradesh Governor Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa on Thursday told the Supreme Court that his decision to advance the assembly session coupled with direction that a no-confidence resolution against Speaker Naram Rebia be take up as first item was in exercise of his discretionary powers and the legitimacy of the same could not be examined by a court.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed the plea by two former rebel Congress lawmakers in Arunachal Pradesh challenging acceptance of their resignations by Speaker Nabam Rebia on October 1, 2015, 15 days after they had signed it.
The Supreme Court, examining the powers of Governors, today took strong note of a submission that all decisions of the Governor are not open to judicial review and said it cannot be a mute spectator when democratic processes are “slaughtered”.
Arunachal Pradesh Governor J.P. Rajkhowa on Wednesday said that certain government officials were "indulging in politics", and directed them to ensure that discipline is imbibed down the line in office.
Arunachal Pradesh Governor J.P. Rajkhowa has terminated the services of Advocate General Ranji Thomas and Additional Advocate General R.H. Nabam, Raj Bhavan said on Tuesday.
Arunachal crisis: 'Complete breakdown of law and order', Governor in 'grave danger' daily says Modi govt to SC
The Centre on Friday justified in Supreme Court the imposition of President's rule in Arunachal Pradesh, saying there was "complete breakdown" of governance and law and order in the state where the governor and his family apprehended "grave danger to their lives" daily.
Governor Jyoti Prasad Rajkhowa cited “cow slaughter” to make the case for complete collapse of law and order in Arunachal Pradesh while recommending imposition of President’s Rule in the state