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Arunachal PSC exam paper leak case: CBI files charge-sheet against 8 accused

Guwahati, Dec 9: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has filed a charge-sheet against eight accused in a case relating to the alleged leakage of question paper of an examination conducted by the Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) for the post of assistant engineer (civil). The charge-sheet was filed in the Court of Special [] The post Arunachal PSC exam paper leak case: CBI files charge-sheet against 8 accused appeared first on The Shillong Times .

The Shillong Times 9 Dec 2022 6:17 pm

Travel Tips: Plan vacation in these places in winter, visit these places of India in low budget

If you are fond of travelling in the winter season, then this news is for you. Is. Going on vacation this season is a different kind of fun. If you are also planning a fun trip with family, children or friends, then we are going to tell you about some of the beautiful places in India where you can plan a great vacation. Tawang: Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh is an offbeat spot to visit in winter. In winter, the snow-capped mountains and Himalayan valleys present a spectacular view here. Binsar: After visiting Binsar, you will not feel like leaving here. Binsar is a very beautiful hill station in Uttarakhand. Here it is a different fun to see the beauty of the mountains in winter. Rann of Kutch: The Rann of Kutch of Gujarat is famous all over the world. Every year in winter, Rann Utsav is organized here. Things like traditional delicious food, handicrafts and a desert safari here make this place more beautiful. This is a perfect place to plan a vacation.

Kalam Times 9 Dec 2022 4:25 pm

CBI files charge sheet in APPSC question paper leak case

The CBI has filed charge sheet against 10 accused persons in a local court here, in the Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission conducted assistant engineer (civil) examination question paper leak case. The premier investigating agency filed the charge sheet at the District and Sessions Court in Yupia near here, on Thursday, sources at the state police department said. The case pertains to question paper leak of the assistant engineer (civil) exam for 2021, conducted by the APSSC. The CBI had []

The Sen Times 9 Dec 2022 12:30 pm

3.7 magnitude earthquake hits Arunachal Pradesh'sTawang

Northern and northeastern India sit on the fault zones of two enormous tectonic plates, hence they experience frequent earthquakes.

DNA India 9 Dec 2022 7:04 am

Vacation Tips: If you want to make December holidays memorable, then make a plan to visit these places

In December, snowfall starts in many places of the country. Here some places have been mentioned. You can also plan to visit these places during winter holidays. Christmas and New Year can be celebrated at these places. Tawang - Tawang located in Arunachal Pradesh can be visited. There is snowfall in many places in December. If you want to enjoy snowfall then you can go to Tawang. This is an offbeat place. The beautiful views of the snow covered mountain will fascinate your mind. Gulmarg - You can also visit Gulmarg located in Kashmir. You can also plan to visit here in December. Really this place will fascinate your mind. You will love the snow covered valleys and lakes. Gunhill - If you are going to Mussoorie located in Uttarakhand then you must also visit Gunhill. This is a very beautiful place. The view of the snow covered hills is worth seeing. This place attracts a lot of tourists towards itself.

Kalam Times 8 Dec 2022 4:51 pm

Bengaluru: Fake marksheets of 18 universities sold on WhatsApp, four arrested

Fake marksheet Police said that they seized over 1000 fake marks cards, seals, and other related documents. TNM Staff Twitter The Central Crime Branch (CCB) on Tuesday, December 6, arrested a group in Bengaluru that sold fake marksheets from nearly 18 universities across India on WhatsApp and other social media sites. The police said that they were operating from three different locations in the city. The CCB seized the fake marksheets after conducting raids at the offices of an educational institute called Sri Venkateshwara Institute. CCB arrested four people viz. Shilpa, the institute's director; Sharada and Kishore, two employees; and Rajanna, the owner of a printing press. G Srinivas Reddy, the institute's founder, and chairman is absconding. The accused allegedly sold marksheets of pre-university, BA, B Com, BSc, BBA, engineering, and MBA from 18 different universities across the country. They charged between Rs. 50,000 and Rs. 1,00,00 from applicants and also sold PhD credentials for between Rs. 10 lakh and Rs. 20 lakh. The police also discovered that certain students were required to take exams and that some of them received the question and answer sheets at their doorstep. Police said that they seized over 1000 fake marks cards, seals, and other related documents. According to a report in Deccan Herald (DH), a resident of Electronic city filed a complaint with Cyber Crime police stating that an institute offered BCom marksheets for Rs 1 lakh on his visit to its Mahalakshmi layout office on November 12. The staff promised a certificate from a reputable university after a payment of Rs 1 lakh. The report further stated that the student paid Rs 40,000 and asked when he had to appear for the exam, to which the staff told him that someone else would write it on his behalf. On November 26, the institute sent him first and second-year marksheets on WhatsApp, and when asked about the final year marksheets, the staff demanded that he pay the remaining Rs 60,000. Suspecting foul play, the student approached the police and filed a complaint. According to Bengaluru city Police Commissioner C H Pratap Reddy, in a 12-hour operation, three police teams were able to seize the documents from Marathahalli, Kodigehalli, and Mahalakshmi Layout. The police said that Sri Venkateshwara Institute claimed to provide distance learning on their website. When applicants approached them, they were summoned to the office and informed that someone else would take their exams in exchange for a sizable payment. Many candidates engaged with the institute virtually instead of bothering to visit its office to confirm it. Once the money was paid, the accused allegedly sent the marksheets over WhatsApp and other platforms. The marksheets that were seized belonged to Dr CV Raman University in Bilaspur, the National Institute of Open Schooling in Andhra Pradesh, the Karnataka State Open University, William Carey University in Shillong, the North East Frontier Technical University in Arunachal Pradesh, the Calorx Teachers University in Gujarat, the Swami Vivekananda Global University in West Bengal, the Eastern Institute for Integrated Learning in Management in Sikkim, the EIILM University in Sikkim, VS Prasanna Bharati University in Haryana and IEC University in Himachal Pradesh.

The News Minute 8 Dec 2022 11:17 am

APSSB MTS Exam 2022 date postponed from January 15 to 29, check notice at apssb.nic.in

The Arunachal Pradesh Staff Selection Board has postponed the APSSB MTS Exam 2022. A notification has been released by the Board regarding the postponement of the examination. Candidates, who are going to appear for the APSSB Exam 2022 can check notification on the official website.

The Times of India 7 Dec 2022 6:48 pm

Indian government pumps in more investment for all-round development in northeastern region

While Arunachal Pradesh has been allotted Rs 44,000 crore - the highest among the northeastern states, Assam has been sanctioned projects worth Rs 38,000 crore, Meghalaya Rs 12,500 crore, Manipur Rs 15,499 crore, Mizoram Rs 6,664 crore, Sikkim Rs 2,000 crore, Tripura Rs 12,426 crore, and Nagaland Rs 3,235 crores, EastMojo has reported.

The Economic Times 7 Dec 2022 10:57 am

Arunachal Pradesh: Abducted forest officer rescued by police, four arrested

ITANAGAR: The police in Arunachal Pradesh rescued a senior forest department official within hours of his abduction. This incident has been reported from West Kameng district in Arunachal Pradesh. Notably, divisional forest officer (DFO) of Rupa forest division Bittem Darrang was abducted on Monday by four persons, Arunachal Pradesh police informed on Tuesday. All [] The post Arunachal Pradesh: Abducted forest officer rescued by police, four arrested appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 6 Dec 2022 8:18 pm

World Soil Day 2022 :: RGU Arunachal Pradesh

World Soil Day 2022 :: RGU Arunachal Pradesh

E-Pao 6 Dec 2022 6:50 am

Arunachal: CM Pema Khandu orders geo-tagging of projects to curb graft

Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu has asked the officials and engineers to conduct geo-tagging of all developmental projects to check misuse of funds, corruption, and ensure quality and timely completion. While addressing an official function after at Dumporijo in Upper Subansiri district along the China border on Sunday, Chief Minister Khandu said that [] The post Arunachal: CM Pema Khandu orders geo-tagging of projects to curb graft appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 5 Dec 2022 7:12 pm

Arunachal Pradesh: Mini Food Park to come up in state soon

ITANAGAR: A mini food park will be set up in the frontier state of Arunachal Pradesh soon. This was stated by Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Pema Khandu on Sunday. Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Pema Khandu assured that a Mini Food Park will be set up in Upper Subansiri district. He said that the mini food [] The post Arunachal Pradesh: Mini Food Park to come up in state soon appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 5 Dec 2022 8:34 am

Arunachal CM for geo-tagging of projects to curb corruption

Arunachal CM for geo-tagging of projects to curb corruption Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Sunday asked the officials and engineers to conduct geo-tagging of all developmental projects to check misuse of funds, corruptions, ensure quality and timely completion. Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Sunday asked the officials and engineers [] The post Arunachal CM for geo-tagging of projects to curb corruption appeared first on Mangalorean.com .

Mangalorean 4 Dec 2022 10:37 pm

Further boost to air connectivity in Arunachal Pradesh, Mechukha to get new airport

ITANAGAR: Process is underway to further boost air connectivity in the Northeast state of Arunachal Pradesh. The much-awaited civilian terminal at Mechuka in Shi Yomi district of Arunachal Pradesh is nearing completion. This was informed by Speaker of Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly Pasang Dorjee Sona on Sunday. Much awaited civil terminal at Mechukha is [] The post Further boost to air connectivity in Arunachal Pradesh, Mechukha to get new airport appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 4 Dec 2022 7:40 pm

Five northeast states lagging behind in dialysis programme

The Centre has pulled up five northeastern states Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, and Nagaland for lagging behind in implementing Pradhan Mantri National Dialysis Programme (PMNDP) in the district hospitals.

The Times of India 4 Dec 2022 8:32 am

Arunachal: NSCN militants arrested in Longding

Dibrugarh: The Longding Battalion of Assam Rifles and police arrested two NSCN U militants from Dasatong village in the Kanubari area in the Longding district of Arunachal Pradesh on Thursday. One of the apprehended insurgents, self-styled APO Jangnee Lukham was the Rajapio of his faction and was responsible for illegal tax collection, said an [] The post Arunachal: NSCN militants arrested in Longding appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 1 Dec 2022 11:17 pm

Arunachal Pradesh | Dont run after govt jobs: Governor BD Mishra tells graduating RGU students

ITANAGAR: Arunachal Pradesh governor Brigadier (retd) BD Mishra while participating in the 20th convocation of Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU) at Rono Hills (Doimukh) campus stressed that the passing out students must not run after government job but start off some Start-up projects and become job providers. Pay back to society, the Arunachal Pradesh governor [] The post Arunachal Pradesh | Dont run after govt jobs: Governor BD Mishra tells graduating RGU students appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 1 Dec 2022 8:41 am

Chakma-Hajong representatives stage massive protest in Delhi over RPC cancellation in Arunachal

New Delhi:The Chakma and Hajong representative organisations of Arunachal Pradesh held a protest at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi and submitted a memorandum to Home Minister Amit Shah against the recent cancellation of Residential Proof Certificates (RPCs) issued to the community in Arunachal Pradesh. The Chakmas and Hajongs of Arunachal Pradesh also protested against the directions [] The post Chakma-Hajong representatives stage massive protest in Delhi over RPC cancellation in Arunachal appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 30 Nov 2022 10:10 am

Rural Immersion Camp at West Kameng

Rajiv Gandhi University , Arunachal Pradesh Posted on 15th November 2022

E-Pao 30 Nov 2022 6:50 am

Arunachal Pradesh: Chakmas & Hajongs protest in New Delhi over cancellation of RPCs, submit memo to Amit Shah

NEW DELHI: Organisations representing the Chakma and Hajong communities from Arunachal Pradesh, on Tuesday, staged a demonstration in New Delhi. People belonging to the Chakma and Hajong communities staged the demonstration in New Delhi in protest against cancellation of resident proof certificates (RPCs) by Arunachal Pradesh government. The Chakma and Hajong communities from Arunachal Pradesh [] The post Arunachal Pradesh: Chakmas & Hajongs protest in New Delhi over cancellation of RPCs, submit memo to Amit Shah appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 29 Nov 2022 11:03 pm

Spectacular Video Of Dibang Valley Waterfall Leaves Internet Mesmerised

On Monday, Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu shared a spectacular video of a waterfall, located in the state's Dibang Valley, that has left internet users mesmerised.

NDTV 29 Nov 2022 1:29 pm

Union civil aviation minister Jyotiraditya Scindia flags off first flight to Arunachal Pradesh's new airport

Ten days after the inauguration of Arunachal's first greenfield airport at Hollongi by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union civil aviation minister Jyotiraditya Scindia on Monday flagged off the maiden flight to the newly built Donyi Polo Airport from Kolkata.

The Times of India 29 Nov 2022 12:06 pm

Arunachal: Mass protest over cancellation of RPC for Chakmas, Hajongs

Diyun:One-day massive peaceful protest to condemn the cancellation of Resident Proof Certificates (RPCs) to Chakmas and Hajongs in Arunachal Pradesh AP is being held at Diyun. The protest was also held with the demand of the restoration and issue of the RPCs by December 15, 2022. This protest has been done under the banner of [] The post Arunachal: Mass protest over cancellation of RPC for Chakmas, Hajongs appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .

NorthEast Now 27 Nov 2022 4:28 pm

Actor RKs house burgled in Chennai: Seven Nepali nationals arrested, four absconding

Chennai News On November 10, nearly 220 sovereigns of gold and Rs 2 lakh cash was looted from Kollywood actor Radhakrishnan alias RKs house in the Defence Colony area of Nandambakkam. Nithya Pandian On November 25 night, the Chennai City Police arrested Ramesh (36) and Karan Khatri (32) near Gummidipoondi bus depot in connection with a robbery that happened in an actor's house on November 10 when they looted nearly 220 sovereigns of gold and Rs 2 lakh cash. The incident happened at Kollywood actor Radhakrishnan alias RKs house in the Defence Colony area of Nandambakkam in Chennai when he was out for work. Radhakrishnan and his family members live in an independent house. On November 10, around 6.30 pm, two Nepal nationals assaulted Raji, Radhakrishnan's wife, and tied her to a chair in the house before looting jewels and cash. Both men involved in the robbery followed the instructions given by Thabal Bahadur Khatri alias Ramesh, a Nepal national who was working as a security guard in Radhakrishnan's house for the last 6 months. Earlier that day, Thabal had asked permission from Raji to visit a hospital for treatment but didn't return to work later. Police arrested eight members, including two women in connection with the case. Along with Ramesh and Karan, police booked Sankar (37); Durga (35), wife of Sankar; Pushkar Bahadur (40); Bishnu (37), wife of Pushkar; Pancho (28); and Padam Savath (23) under sections 341 (punishment for wrongful restraint), 457 (lurking house-trespass or house-breaking by night in order to commit offence), 394 (voluntarily causing hurt in committing robbery), 120B (criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code. Among the eight accused, Pancho alone hails from Arunachal Pradesh while the rest are from Nepal. Three of the accused Weeks-long plot hatched at TASMAC Initial investigations revealed that Ramesh closely watched the family's wealth and business dealings of RK. Ramesh also came to know that most of the time Raji would be alone in her house since he was given a room inside their residence. Ramesh also kept track of when RK went outstation for work and Divya, daughter of RK and Raji, left for her work. Ramesh planned to loot the house but thought that he could not do it all by himself. So Ramesh and his accomplice Krishna Savath, who is still on the run, planned to steal the jewels and money from RK's house. They hatched the whole plot in a TASMAC outlet for several weeks. Krishna worked as a security guard at a hotel in Thousand Lights. At the police station, the accused confessed that for the robbery, they called their friends from Nepal. According to police, Karan, Subash, Santhosh and Krishna Bogar from different parts of Nepal arrived in Chennai on November 5 and stayed with Krishna Savath. Six members again met in a TASMAC on November 8 to discuss what should be done in the following days. The next day, Ramesh shared the location and identified the house to the other five members. Meanwhile, Krishna Savath informed his plans to two Nepali nationals who were working in Chennai. Krishna Savath talked to Pushkar, a gardener at an advocate office in MRC Nagar, and Sankar, a security guard who worked in Gopalapuram, to make sure that the robbers got hideaways after executing their robbery plot. How the robbery was executed As per their plan, Ramesh invited both Karan and Subash on November 10 early morning around 5 am to stay in his room. Karan and Subash brought ropes and a plaster to restrain Raji. Divya left for her office around 10 am and after a few hours, RK also left the house. When the trio learned that Raji was alone, Ramesh opened the side door of the house for Karan and Subash to enter. Once they entered the house, Ramesh asked permission from Raji to leave saying that he was sick and wanted to visit a doctor and left the premises. Karan and Subash assaulted Raji, tied her in a bedroom, and threatened to kill her if she resisted. After fetching the locker keys, the duo looted jewels and money and left RK's house. Meanwhile, Krishna Savath, Bogar, and Santhosh waited outside the house in an auto rickshaw to help the robbers escape from the spot. When RK returned to his house around 7.30 pm, he found his wife tied with ropes and his house looted. He lodged a complaint at the Nandambakkam police station. The police officers suspected Ramesh as he went missing on the day the incident took place. Police checked the CCTV footage where they found Ramesh roaming with some of his friends earlier that day and launched a hunt to nab Ramesh and his accomplices. Chennai police formed eight special teams to apprehend the accused. Based on a tip-off, on November 25, they arrested Ramesh and Karan. The eight persons were remanded to police custody on November 26. Nadambakkam police told TNM that only half of the gold jewellery has been recovered and they are yet to arrest four accused viz. Krishna Savath, Krishna Bogar, Subash, and Santhosh. Police said that they are making efforts to nab the absconding accused. Read: The brutal murder of a US-return couple has shaken Chennai: Heres what happened

The News Minute 27 Nov 2022 1:04 pm

NHPC to set up pig farm in Dhemaji soon

The National Hydroelectric Power Corporation (NHPC), which is building the countrys largest under-construction hydel project on the Assam-Arunachal Pradesh border, has started constructing Indias biggest pig breeding centre near the dam site in Assams Dhemaji district.

The Times of India 27 Nov 2022 8:47 am

Arunachal Pradeshs first greenfield airport

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurates the first greenfield airport, the Donyi Polo Airport in Arunachal Pradesh on November 19, 2022. Earlier in 2019, PM Modi laid the foundation stone for this airport. The post Arunachal Pradeshs first greenfield airport appeared first on Fusion - WeRIndia .

Fusion WeRIndia 22 Nov 2022 7:34 am

A new dawn of development for the Northeast: Inside Arunachals first greenfieldairport

On Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Donyi Polo Airport in Arunachal Pradesh. Equipped with modern amenities, the newly constructed facility is expected to improve connectivity and contribute to the growth of tourisminthestate

Firstpost 19 Nov 2022 3:16 pm

PM Inaugurates New Airport In Arunachal, Northeast Now Has 16

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the first Greenfield airport in Arunachal Pradesh -- the Donyi Polo Airport at Itanagar -- and dedicated the 600 MW Kameng Hydro Power Station to the nation today. Northeast India will now have 16 airports.

NDTV 19 Nov 2022 2:21 pm

Arunachal Pradesh: ATC received May Day call prior to chopper crash; All 5 bodies recovered

All five bodies have been recovered from the site where the Army's Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH) crashed in the mountainous Arunachal Pradesh. The Air Traffic Control (ATC) had received a mayday call right before the crash, suggesting a technical or mechanical failure. A May Day' call refers to a distress signal conveyed to an aircraft crew to the ATC or ground staff.

The New Indian Express 22 Oct 2022 4:08 pm

Arunachal Pradesh chopper crash: Probe reveals ATC received a May Day call suggesting a technical failure prior to crash

Arunachal Pradesh chopper crash: Probe reveals ATC received a May Day call suggesting a technical failure prior to crash

The Times of India 22 Oct 2022 11:57 am

Crashed Army Chopper's Wreckage Found In Arunachal, 2 Dead

Two dead bodies have been recovered from the site where an army helicopter carrying five people crashed in Arunachal Pradesh's Upper Siang district on Friday. According to reports, the Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH) crashed near Migging village. The site of the crash is not connected by any road, but three rescue teams were sent to the location, army sources said, adding that two have reached the site.

NDTV 21 Oct 2022 3:50 pm

Union Minister Kiren Rijiju Shares Video Of Army Helicopter Crash In Arunachal

An army helicopter crashed in Arunachal Pradesh's Upper Siang district on Friday. According to reports, the Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH) crashed near Chingging village. The site of the crash is not connected by any road but a rescue team has been sent to the location, said Upper Siang senior cop Jummar Basar, as quoted by news agency ANI

NDTV 21 Oct 2022 1:27 pm

First Test Flight Lands At India's Newest Airport In Itanagar

A test flight operated by IndiGo today landed at Donyi Polo Airport in Itanagar, the capital of Arunachal Pradesh. The airport will be officially inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on October 28.

NDTV 18 Oct 2022 7:03 pm

IAFs women pilots fly ALH Mark 3 helicopters over Assam, Arunachal Pradesh sectors

IAFs women pilots fly ALH Mark 3 helicopters over Assam, Arunachal Pradesh sectors

The Times of India 27 Sep 2022 5:47 pm

Video: Car Swept Away By Flash Flood In Arunachal Pradesh

Due to a rain-triggered landslide, a car washed away and descended down a hilly road in Arunachal Pradesh's Subansiri district on Friday.

NDTV 25 Sep 2022 3:00 pm

Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh have now become JD(U)-free: Sushil Modi

Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh have now become JD(U)-free: Sushil Modi

The Times of India 3 Sep 2022 9:20 pm

First Arunachal Climber To Scale Mt Everest Missing Near China Border

Tapi Mra, the first mountaineer from Arunachal Pradesh to climb Mount Everest, has reportedly been missing since he set out seven days ago on an expedition in the state's East Kameng district, not far from the border with China. Tapi Mra's associate Niku Dao, who went with him, is also missing. The two were heading to the snow-capped Mount Kyarisatam in the Eastern Himalayas, to climb Arunachal Pradesh's highest snow-capped peak, Khyarw Satam, at an altitude of 6,900 meters.

NDTV 31 Aug 2022 10:56 am