Arunachal Tibet support group urged the Chinese government to start dialogue with the Tibetan administration in exile based in India. The Tibet Support Group of Arunachal Praddesh (TSGAP) has called upon the Chinese government to find a final solution to the Tibet issue last week while its president met with the Dalai Lama in New Delhi.Read more
We are not Chinese, We are patriotic Indians retorted the leader of the All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union when staging their protest against China renaming districts in the state. The alleged controversial regions in the state, which China claims as parts of Chinese territory have been renamed by China to claim their stronghold in the recent times.Read more
The Chinese government, amid the diplomatic tussle after Dalai Lama’s visit to Tawang, has renamed six places in Arunachal Pradesh that it says belongs to Southern Tibet.
The renaming of the places took place on April 13, a day after the Tibetan spiritual leader concluded his 9-day visit to Arunachal Pradesh. China saw Dalai Lama’s visit to India as a boisterous diplomatic venture and warned that consequences would follow after his visit.
India illicitly occupied Arunachal Pradesh says China in the on going war of words between the two Asian giants. Following the bold statements issued by Indian ministers against China, it has struck back with more serious claims against India, claiming a large part of India as their region occupied by China.Read more
His Holiness The Dalai Lama, spiritual leader of the Tibetan people and the hope of their struggle against Chinese oppression will be visiting Arunachal Pradesh next month. As expected, this has not been received well by the Chinese. While the Dalai Lama is scheduled to visit the border regions of India, China threatens consequences.Read more
Former Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Kalikho Pul allegedly committed suicide on Tuesday according to the police and he was found hanging from the ceiling fan in the bedroom at the official CM residential Bungalow of the state in Itanagar. Mr. Pul was unseated by the order of Supreme Court about a month ago and the CM post was occupied by his rival Nabam Tuki who was later replaced by the incumbent CM Mr. Pema Khandu.Read more
After the dramatic turn around in the State government of Arunachal Pradesh, Mr. Pema Khandu has replaced the former CM Nabam Tuki as the new Chief Minister of the India’s strategically important state. Pema Khandu, swore in for the post of CM of Arunachal Pradesh is the youngest CM of India.Read more