ITANAGAR, Jan 24: Koyu and Rina villages of East Siang district are set to get a major facelift after a 2 MW MHP was formally inaugurated by Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu on Sunday in presence of Home Minister Tako Dabi and MP Ninong Ering. An official statement today said that the Micro Hydel, constructed with an amount of Rs. 2947 lakhs, shall benefit 28 villages in the vicinity.

ITANAGAR, Dec 14: Protesting against the proposed public hearing of the 2700 MW Lower Siang Hydro Electricity Project, the Adi Students

ITANAGAR, Aug 1: NABARD Itanagar has decided to identify two districts in Arunachal Pradesh during 2010-12 to target all active and promising Farmers

The issue of recognizing and acknowledging the value of traditional know-

ITANAGAR, May 31: The state department of Forests has recently completed a project titled

PASIGHAT, April 30: Unknown to most, the Third Northeast Consultation on Dams began here today at Pasighat, the headquarters of East Siang district.

Arunachal Pradesh, being a largest state of Northeast India, harbours great number of plant species which are endemic to region. The diversity and endemism of state has kept it in the category of biodiversity hot-spot. Though, in recent past, numbers of plant species are being listed as rare, endangered and threatened because of increasing threats from anthropogenic and other natural factors.

Floods feared in Arunachal and Assam; governments least prepared a landslide on the Indo-Tibetan border has blocked the course of the river Tsangpo (Brahmaputra) resulting in the formation of a reservoir. This may cause flood in downstream areas of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam if the barrier of mud and debris bursts under pressure from water accumulating on the other side. The


Arunachal Pradesh, once described as the