Assam s Dhemaji district faces extermination by floods

Queries galore on health privatisation

Yazali, the first commercial town built by Nyishi tribals, might soon be submerged

This research initiative in Arunachal Pradesh is a build-up on the first phase of studies in the north-east that led to the publication of an earlier UNESO-sponsored MAB book series, entitled "shifting agriculture and sustainable development: an interdisciplinary study from North-East India". Emphasising upon linking knowledge systems, this volume expands up on a community participatory developmental paradigm based on hybrid technology interventions for ecological conservation linked with development of the region.

Surapala's Vrikshayurveda and Chakrapani Mishra's Vishvavallabha recommend the use of kunapa (liquid manure) for nourishment of trees and plants.

There are a hardly any tigers left in Namdapha National Park in Arunachal Pradesh. But, says aparajita dutta , the park is rich in biodiversity, and the fauna could bounce back if park authorities work with local tribals

Dam tunnel collapse in Arunachal begs explanation

Idioms or one well grounded interpretation?

nitin sethi visits Arunachal Pradesh and finds the Apatani grappling with stereotypes and change

Says no to reservoir-based dams; Centre-state clash imminent