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Project affected people demand release of land compensation

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ITANAGAR, Feb 2: An NGO in Arunachal Pradesh has expressed strong resentment over the inordinate delay in paying land compensation to the people likely to be affected by the 1,750 mega watt Demwe Lower Hydro Electric Project in Anjaw district.

Lohit Valley Dam Affected Citizens’ Forum (LVDACF), the NGO in a representation to Chief Minister Nabam Tuki...

 
GSU team meets DGP, CS

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ITANAGAR, Feb 2: The Galo Students’ Union (GSU), while reminding the State government about the Union’s various demands in connection with Goto Yudik murder case, has demanded for handing over the Yudik murder case to SIT immediately.

A team of GSU, which met the DGP here yesterday, claimed that the case is not yet handed over to SIT officially...

 
Arunachalee IAS officer dies

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ITANAGAR, Feb 2: Former IAS officer Jikom Riba, who had retired in 1994, passed away after brief illness in Niba Hospital here yesterday.

He was 77 and is survived by his wife Lomte Riba, four sons and a daughter. The final rites will take place at his native village Ego–Dari on Sunday, family sources said.

Riba, son of freedom fighter, late ...

 
45 houses gutted in Arunachal

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ITANAGAR, Feb 2: As many as 45 houses were completely gutted in fire accidents in different parts of Arunachal Pradesh with properties worth several lakh of rupees destroyed and over 300 people rendered homeless in the past 48 hours. 35 dwelling houses were reduced to ashes in a massive fire that broke out at Jote Cheda village in East Kameng district on Thursday ...

 
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Rain/thundershowers would occur at many places over Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram & Tripura.
 Arunachal News
Namsai gets official district status
Pema culminates second leg of constituency tour
CS inaugurates first ever Air Show at Pasighat
 Meghalaya News
Speaker disallows censure motion against ministers
Debate on criminalisation of politics in Meghalaya
Probe into mobile phones inside jail
Elephant population dwindling: James
 Northeast News
APFEJ argues for water sharing agreement among germane countries
Team from National Institute of Technology Agartala wins Synopsys India’s Analog Design Contest
 Cachar News
Artist Forum stages protest against ban on orchestra
 National News
Kashmiris defy separatists, brave cold weather to cast ballot
Jharkhand voters defy Maoists, cast ballot
Bill moved in Lok Sabha to change CBI chief’s selection
President chronicles decade of’ 70s in a book
 International News
India calls for collective response to terrorism at SAARC
’Frame constitution early, with consensus’
IS, militant groups received $120 mn in ransoms: UN
12 arrested during eviction of protesters in Hong Kong
 State-1
OILCJSF intensifies stir, government declares oil blockade illegal
Jorhat MLA faces tough challenge from fellow Congressman
Assam Congress MLAs meet Kamal Nath
Various organizations demand release of kidnapped school teacher
 State-2
Meet lays stress on women empowerment
Kuki Inpi general meeting held
Bandh hits normal life in Kalaigaon
Fake NDFB (S) cadre killed
 Local Sports
Sepak Takraw Association get new office
Robi, Manjit bag top spot
Trial camp for U–16 cricketers
State wushu team win 17 medals
 Sports
Betting in IPL by Meiyappanin was like insider trading: SC
CAB urges SC to make Mudgal committee report public
Bhubaneswar to host 2015 HIL opener
Indian batsmen among runs in practice game
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India’s research conundrum
Morality before Law
It’s about Time We Rediscovered Gokul
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Indian helping to light up Gambia
Revived traditional irrigation brings joy to Assam farmers
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