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Arunachal to benefit hugely from GST: Khandu

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Itanagar, April 20: Arunachal Pradesh will immensely benefit through Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime to be implemented across the country on July 1, chief minister Pema Khandu said on Wednesday. “GST, which is a destination-based tax, will increase the tax revenue of a consumer state like Arunachal,” he said during the 5th departmental review meeti...

 
48-hr bandh by Galo students' body to launch another stir

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Itanagar, April 20: Aggrieved by the lackadaisical attitude of state government over its demands, the Galo Students Union (GSU) has decided to carry on with its 4th phase of democratic agitation in due course of time. This decision was taken by the union during an executive meet held under the chairmanship of GSU president Binya Ronya after a 48-hour bandh –...

 
Call to maintain Nyishi-Bodo ties

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Itanagar, April 20: Bodo Sahitya Sabha (BSS) president Toren Boro on Wednesday extended warm wishes on Nyishi Day at Nyokum Lapang Ground here and exhorted the Nyishi and Bodo communities to maintain their age-old cordial relation. Attending the grand celebrations as chief guest, Boro said Nyishi community was the fastest advancing community in the state, having ...

 
Khandu hails Union cabinet decision

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Itanagar, April 20: Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Thursday hailed the decision of the Union Cabinet under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to do away with ‘VIP culture’ by banning use of red beacons in any kind of vehicles in the country. “This is a very bold and historic decision of the Prime Minister. I personally welcome it wholehearte...

 
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 Arunachal News
Rebia urges Centre to release special package under AMRUT
Land acquisition for defence, new ALGs discussed
State's oral history, folklores vulnerable: CM
Employees association submits memo to CM
 Meghalaya News
BJP will take Meghalaya by storm, says Himanta
Casual workers' welfare: CWHA apprises CM
'Civil servants must fight odds for good governance'
War of words between KSU & Congress party
 Northeast News
Tripura, Mizoram liquor shops relocate to follow SC order
Dimapur-Kohima road 4-laning to boost food processing units in Nagaland
Tribal developmental fund to be probed: Minister
No central pay scale to Tripura government employees
 Cachar News
'No ghost or spirit in the three schools of Sonai': SMCH medical team
Relief to employees of Planning and Statistical Department
Cachar DC wins CM Award for excellence in public administration
Nikhil Bishnupriya Manipuri bodies to press for patta land
 National News
Navy successfully test-fires land-attack BrahMos missile
SC to decide validity of law linking Aadhaar with Pan card
60-year-old's life saved through new minimally invasive procedure
Delhi civic polls to witness keen contest after hectic campaigning
 International News
Rouhani, rivals in race; Ahmadinejad barred
'Female scientists overrepresented on Twitter'
Queen Elizabeth-II celebrates 91st birthday
India will pay if it plays Dalai card: Chinese daily
 State-1
BTC chief Hagrama lays foundation stones
Bodoland movement group withdraws 24-hour bandh
Sivasagar bags PM's Award for Excellence in Public Administration
Inclusion of Dibrugarh MLA in BJP government demanded
 State-2
SSB seizes huge amount of cannabis
Drive against tinted glass vehicles in Sivasagar
Two cars gutted
NDFB cadre nabbed
 Local Sports
Royal win in Super Over
New archery training centre
Assam beat Mumbai 5-2
 Sports
Mohun Bagan, Aizawl FC lock horns in I-League title decider
Mumbai aim to exploit home condition vs Delhi
Bopanna–Cuevas enter Monte Carlo quarters
Confident Hyderabad face rejuvenated Pune
 Editorial
Long-pending Charges
Pulling up Bureaucrats
Reductions in tropical diseases in India
Letters to the Editor
 Op-Ed (Sunday)
Of Oppenheimer and the Bhagwat Gita
Threat of Governor's rule looms large in J&K
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