Monsoon fury

As the monsoon fury intensifies the flood situation is also getting out of control in various parts of state. While plains and foot hill areas are battling flood, the hilly parts of state is facing wrath of landslides. Flood is creating havoc in districts like East Siang, Namsai, Lohit,...

Dalits at the receiving end

After religious minorities, its Dalit community who is now target of Sangh Parivar. Across India atrocities on Dalits is increasing day by day. On July 11 a shocking video of seven Dalit men being brutally beaten up by a group of gau rakshaks for allegedly skinning a dead cow...

Time to move on

Finally better sense seems to be prevailing among the legislators of state. Yesterday when the state assembly meet for the floor test of Pema Khandu government everyone poured their heart out. They all unanimously decided to keep state’s interest in mind. This unity even though may be for time...

Republican officially nominates Donald

Its official, Donald Trump has secured the Republican nomination for US president on day two of the Republican National Convention. Trump's tally of delegates - 1,725 - easily surpassed the 1,237 he needed to clinch the right to face-off against Hillary Clinton for the keys of the White House....

Shun back door entry

The Arunachal and Uttarakhand fiasco is starting to haunt BJP and central government. On Tuesday opposition parties in particularly Congress alleged that BJP led central government is making efforts to destabilize the non-BJP ruled States. Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge alleged that BJP wants to retain the power by hook...

Allow dual usage of ALG

After Ziro, the people of East Siang district are now demanding for construction of civilian terminal in the Advanced Landing Ground (ALG) at Pasighat. The ALG at Pasighat is on the verge of completion but civilian terminal has not been constructed. This delay on the part of Indian Air...

High hope on new CM

Pema Khandu has been sworn in as the new Chief Minister of state. At 37 years of age Pema has become the youngest Chief Minister of country. The sudden political development in the last one week has surprised even the most seasoned political watcher. After Supreme Court turned clock...

Difficult time for Europe

Terror has once again strike France. Atleast 84 people are believed to be killed and scores injured in the Bastille Day attack in Nice. The 31-year-old, Tunisian-born Frenchman Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel with a record of violence but unknown to counter-terrorism agencies drove the rented heavy truck for 2 km (1.5...

Congress takes huge gamble in UP

Congress party has sprung a major surprise by declaring former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit as party's chief ministerial candidate for coming Uttar Pradesh election. Election strategist Prashant Kishor had recommended that Ms. Dikshit should play a major role in the party's poll campaign in the State as she...

Gracefully accept verdict

Arunachal is once again heading to a major political crisis. The Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered the restoration of former Chief Minister Nabam Tuki's Congress government in Arunachal Pradesh. A five-judge constitution bench pronounced the verdict on a bunch of petitions dealing with discretionary powers of Governor Jyoti Prasad...

Let NEDA be agent of development

The north east democratic Alliance (NEDA) which is an initiative of BJP will finally take shape on Wednesday. Party president Amit Shah will hold meeting with leaders of non-Congress parties at Guwahati. NEDA is an ambitious project of BJP president Amit Shah. It is a grouping of non Congress...

Perennial problem

The Naga insurgency which has become a perennial problem for the Arunachal Pradesh is again in news due to recent killing of cadres of NSCN(R) at Tirap by the personnel of Assam Rifle. The incident has spark debate over Naga issue. The presence of Naga insurgent in the districts...

Valley in trouble

The troubled state of Jammu and Kashmir is once again in news for all the wrong reasons. Kashmir Valley is on the boil for the last two days. Protests that erupted following the death of Abdul Wani Burhan, the wanted commander of the terrorist group Hizbul Mujahideen who was...

Time to withdraw AFSPA

The demand for repel of controversial Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) has gathered momentum with Supreme Court on Friday seeking details of 1,528 alleged fake encounters in Manipur. Most of these encounters were hushed up by invoking AFSPA. The Apex Court further said that army and paramilitary personnel...

Clean Ganga Mission

When Narendra Modi led BJP government came to power at centre in 2014, they had promised to give top priority to cleaning of river Ganga. In this regard government had formed a new department River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation under the ministry of water resources. The department is headed...

Modi stamps his authority

Two years into his government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday carried out a major reshuffle and expansion of the Union cabinet based on the principle of realpolitik and individual performance. Modi, however, kept the nucleus of decision-making within the government-the finance, defence, home, road transport and external affairs...

Hope from new ministers

The second major expansion of union cabinet was held today. Nineteen new Ministers of State have been inducted in the Union Council of Ministers. Besides, Minister of State with independent charge, Prakash Javdekar was elevated to the Cabinet rank. Of the nineteen new ministers, 17 are from the BJP,...

Lesson for everyone

As state mourns the death of 10 people at Bhalukpong in a massive landslide, it is time for deep introspection. On Saturday afternoon heavy rainfall triggered massive landslides which lead to the death of 10 persons. The tragic incident is a reminder of how nature can cause untold misery....

Bangladesh needs to act fast

The deadly terror attack at Dhaka is a frightening reminder of how situation is going out of control in the India’s immediate neighbour. Terrorist attack on a cafe in Dhaka left 28 people dead, including 20 hostages, most of whom were killed with sharp weapons. While ISIS laid claim...

Long way to go

In a historic day for the nation, today, the indigenous light combat aircraft (LCA) also known as Tejas was inducted into Indian Air Force. It's been a long journey for the Tejas. In the year 1983 LCA project was sanctioned and since then work has been continuously going on....

All eyes on state government

With central government announcing the implementation of 7th pay commission recommendation, all eyes will now turn towards government of Arunachal. The state government employees will be hoping that government takes cue from central government and implement 7th pay commission at the earliest. The BJP-led NDA government on Wednesday announced...

Ugly side of sport administration

The controversy over Ravi Shastri's snub as India head coach has deepened with Sourav Ganguly, one of the members of the Board of Control for Cricket in India's Cricket Advisory Committee, expressing disappointment with his remarks. Earlier Shastri in an interview to a media house created a flutter when...

Don’t divide peoplefor political gain

India’s most populated state Uttar Pradesh which sends highest number of MP to Lokh Sabha will go for assembly election in the year 2017. As UP elections nears, the political parties are using different tactics to whip up sentiment with their communal agenda. Recently BJP alleged that Hindus are...

Be cautious

After assuming the office, Chief Minister Kalikho Pul has been pushing hard to revive the hydropower projects stuck in various stages. Pul has been meeting central leaders to expedite the pending projects. Several projects, the MOU/MOA for which was signed during late Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu's era are stuck...

Diplomatic failure

Despite tremendous efforts right from the level of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the official ranks of the Ministry of External Affairs, India's mission to enter prestigious Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) at the Seoul plenary session has failed to materialise. Thanks to an adamant China, who showed the rule...

Another political game

As per the recent report emerging from Guwahati, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has given time till 30th of this month to Chief Minister Kalikho Pul to merge Peoples Party of Arunachal with the saffron party. As of now both PPA and BJP are maintaining stoic silence and have...

Battered roads fed on hope

When monsoon come calling, by and large, it generates hope for the four-lane Itanagar-Banderdewa highway. When we talk about the ambitious capital four-lane highway project, it reminds us of the DPR for the road. But then the hope and aspiration of the people are dashed in absence of a...

Don’t let agenda of governance get diluted

Days after going berserk against Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan, the controversial BJP MP Subramanian Swamy today targeted Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian. Swamy in a series of tweets alleged that that Subramanian in 2013 had recommended US government to act against India through WTO over...

Potential impact of Brexit

The British people are voting on Thursday to decide whether to remain with European Union or leave. With less than 48 hours to go before voters head to the polls both pro-EU and pro-exit side are making fresh appeals to undecided voters ahead of the last TV referendum debate...

Important policy decisions

The government of India today took many important decisions to improve the ease of doing business. In a major policy decision government has approved 100 per cent FDI in a host of sectors including civil aviation, defence, pharma and single brand retail sector under automatic route. Other sectors in...
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