Several environment and civil society groups and activists have opposed the move of the Central government to accord environment and forest clearance to the 3000-MW Dibang Multipurpose Project and

The Union Ministry of Environment and Forests has granted approval for de-reservation of 134.20 sq km (13419.29 hectares) area of the Deopani Reserve Forest to regularise the pre-1980 encroachment

Itanagar, January 20: Mayudia model village in Lower Dibang Valley district of Arunachal Pradesh which is far away from regular power connectivity is empowered with solar energy equipments by Wildl

ITANAGAR, October 30: “The time has dawned for Arunachal to set in motion a Green Farming Policy to build a prosperous, healthy and happy Arunachal.

Itanagar: The Mehao Lake, a natural lake amidst lush green forest is located in the heart of Mehao Wildlife Sanctuary in Lower Dibang Valley District of Arunachal Pradesh is facing infrastructure f

A rare sub-species of butterfly has been discovered by two scientists at Eaglenest Wildlife Sanctuary in West Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh, much to the delight of in the country.

Itanagar: In the wake of growing opposition to the public hearing for 3,000 MW Dibang Multipurpose Project (DMP), General Manager of DMP, NHPC Ltd VK Rattan appealed to the people for cooperation in executing the project.

Addressing a meeting at Roing in Lower Dibang Valley district yesterday, Rattan made a fervent appeal to the people. “Please have faith on us. We are here to make people’s life better.”

Over two lakh people have been affected in the fresh wave of floods in five districts of Arunachal Pradesh with majority of the rivers and tributaries flowing over the danger mark today, official s

The affected districts in the State included Lohit, Lower Dibang Valley, Changlang, East Siang and parts of Papum Pare district.

Itanagar: The ferocity of flood showed no sign of abating even after five days as incessant downpour fuelled all major rivers and tributaries, inundating five districts in which more than two lakh people were affected in Arunachal Pradesh, official sources said here today. The affected districts in the State included Lohit, Lower Dibang Valley, Changlang, East Siang and parts of Papum Pare district.

ITANAGAR: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki today sounded red alert across the State in the wake of flood that affected several districts of the State.

Expressing concern over reports of heavy floods and damages in Lower Dibang Valley, Changlang and Lohit districts, Tuki today directed the Deputy Commissioners concerned to initiate measure for immediate relief.