China today operationalised its USD 1.5 billion Zam Hydropower Station, the largest in Tibet, built on the Brahmaputra river, which has raised concerns in India over the likelihood of disrupting wa

Several districts of Arunachal Pradesh were put on alert on Monday as almost all the major rivers are on high spate.

The Expert Appraisal Committee (EAC) of the Union Environment & Forest Ministry headed by Director BB Barman visited the site of the proposed Sipit hydropower project (Stage–II) in Upper Siang

They will hit ecology and biodiversity as far away as Assam

A report commissioned by the Central Water Commission has recommended scrapping of 15 of the 44 dams planned across the Siang river in Arunachal Pradesh. It has also suggested stricter regulations for the ones that are to be built in future.

Feeling of being cheated by the State government, the Forum for Siang Dialogue (FSD) and the Siang People’s Forum (SPF) have strongly opposed the proposed public hearing for the 2,700 megawatt Lowe

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

Itanagar: A new species of Labeonine fish, locally known as ‘Ngop’, has been found in Arunachal Pradesh by an amateur naturalist.

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.

ITANAGAR, May 27: The Siang People’s Forum (SPF) has expressed apprehension that the State government’s adamant attitude to go ahead with its decision to construct mega dams over the mighty Siang r

ITANAGAR: Five more deaths reported from remote Anjaw district bordering China took the toll to nine while another four persons still remained traceless in the wake of devastating floods that left over two lakh people affected spread over six districts.

Four persons were missing from worst affected Lohit district, official sources said here today. Economic adviser to the Chief Minister and lone MLA from Anjaw, Kalikho Pul today said five people died in different parts of the hilly district adding all seven administrative centers – Hayuliang, Hawai, Manchal, Goliang, Walong,Kibitho and Chaglogam were completely cut off.