The proposed mega Siang project (stage I and II) over Siang river has ran into rough weather with the public of Upper and East Siang districts opposing the projects claiming that they would jeopard

Arunachal Pradesh Health Minister Atum Welly has called upon the officials of his department to take pro–active measures in order to prevent Dengue and Japanese Encephalitis from becoming epidemic

Union Minister for Rural Development Jairam Ramesh today informed that his Ministry has released Rs 62 crore for implementation of MNREGA in Arunachal Pradesh.

Much to the delight of the zoologists across the country, a new species of moderate sized Labeonine fish, locally known as ‘Ngop’, was discovered in Arunachal Pradesh by an amateur naturalist.

The Arunachal Pradesh government today sounded a red alert following report of a massive landslide that blocked the flow of Polo river at Polosang a week ago, on the upper riches of the Himalayas a

More than 150 hydel projects are being pushed in Arunachal Pradesh to claim the so-called first user right on the common rivers before China dams them.

East Siang district police has temporarily shifted the police beat out post (BOP) at Ruskin to a school building due to continuous erosion by Debing river posing great threat to the existence of th

ITANAGAR: Indiscriminate extraction of boulders and sand gravel from Debing river bed at Debing hill portion in East Siang district is forcing the river to change its course which may pose great threat to the people living at downstream in near future.

The Debing river (known as Rajakhana river in its downstream) is changing its course towards its right side which is affecting a large portion of fertile land under Ruksin circle and also posing serious threat to the Beat Out Post (BOP) of Arunachal Police Battalion, sources informed.

ITANAGAR: Inordinate delay in completion of drinking water mega project at Aohali in Mebo constituency under East Siang district has evoked massive public reaction as the Pasighat division of Public Health Engineering Department (PHED) has miserably failed to supply drinking water to the concerned villages under the constituency.

The project under Union Ministry of Development of Northeastern Region (DoNER)) was funded under Non–Lapsable Central Pool of Resources (NLCPR).

Itanagar: The residents of century–old Pasighat Township and its adjoining areas in East Siang district have been facing severe water crisis for the last few months. Reportedly, the water problem has worsened this year making life miserable for the residents.

The Public Health Engineering (PHE) officials of Pasighat division have come under public criticism as the department has miserably failed to mitigate the water crisis. Shortage of water is compelling the residents to buy packaged water for consumption and other household purposes. Few of them are managing drinking water with the help of Thellawalas every morning.