Itanagar: The state government has initiated a slew of measures to supply safe drinking water and improve infrastructure in the capital complex area as part of its people-friendly and welfare activ

A unique three-day summit on sustainable development of mountain states in India, held in this Arunachal Pradesh capital, called for special steps for disaster risk reduction and optimal utilisatio

Stressing on his commitment to increase the forest cover percentage of the state from its existing 82 to 85 per cent and above Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki today took part in the 'fe

A series of landslides triggered by incessant rains in the past three days have damaged houses and disrupted surface communication in Arunachal Pradesh with the state capital receiving over 100 mm

Arunachal Pradesh government has approved in principle the revised city development plan for the State Capital for its planned growth and accelerated development.

ITANAGAR, Oct 9 – Arunachal Pradesh, which follows the Assam Forest Regulation Act, 1891, will enact its own Forest Act to protect virgin forests and flora and fauna in the State, Principal Chief C

ITANAGAR, Sept 23 – 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 ma

ITANAGAR, Sept 19 – Incessant rains over the past week has thrown life out of gear in Arunachal Pradesh with flood and landslides reported in many parts of the State.

Itanagar: The National Bamboo Mission (NBM) has assured to provide fund to the Arunachal Pradesh Bamboo Resource and Development Agency (APBRDA) to boost the bamboo plantation of the State.

NBM deputy director general Kameshwar Ojha made this assurance when APBRDA vice chairman Yora Tagung called on him at New Delhi yesterday, official sources said here today.

ITANAGAR, June 25 – The flood situation in four districts of Arunchal Pradesh, Changlang, Lohit, Dibang Valley and Upper Subansiri districts, has worsened with most rivers flowing above the red mar