Arunachal Pradesh Violence

'Arunachal Pradesh Violence' - 12 News Result(s)

  • 3 Injured In Poll Violence In Arunachal, 40 Per Cent Polling Till 1 PM
    India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday April 11, 2019
    At least three persons were seriously injured in a clash between supporters of two rival political parties under Tali assembly constituency in Arunachal Pradesh's Kurung Kumey district during polling on Thursday, police said.
  • Congress Behind Citizenship Row Violence: Arunachal Deputy Chief Minister
    India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday April 3, 2019
    Arunachal Pradesh Deputy Chief minister Chowna Mein on Wednesday alleged that the Congress was the "mastermind" behind the violent protests in the state over granting of Permanent Citizenship Certificate (PRC) to six non-tribal communities in Changlang and Namsai districts.
  • Opposition Parties Demand Resignation Of Arunachal Chief Minister
    India News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday March 5, 2019
    Opposition parties in Arunachal Pradesh have demanded the resignation of Chief Minister Pema Khandu over violence in the capital complex on the permanent residence certificate (PRC) issue in which three people were killed and many injured.
  • No Deaths In Police Firing During Protests, Says Arunachal Home Minister
    India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday February 27, 2019
    Expressing dismay over violence that broke out in Arunachal Pradesh over granting permanent residence to six non-Arunachal Pradesh Scheduled Tribe (APSTs) communities, Home Minister Kumar Waii on Tuesday denied reports that three people were killed in police firing during the protests.
  • In Arunachal Tribal Protests, Kiren Rijiju Sees Communication Failure
    India News | Press Trust of India | Monday February 25, 2019
    Union minister Kiren Rijiju Monday ruled out the imposition of President's rule in Arunachal Pradesh, which witnessed widespread violence in the past four days, and said the state government could not communicate properly to the people on the contentious PRC issue, leading to the unrest.
  • Arunchal Pradesh Chief Minister Blames "Forces" Behind Violent Protests
    India News | Press Trust of India | Monday February 25, 2019
    Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu said on Monday certain "forces" were behind the violent protests in the state over the granting of permanent residency to six non-native communities.
  • No Reports Of Violence In Arunachal Pradesh Today: Police
    India News | Press Trust of India | Monday February 25, 2019
    After witnessing violence for three days since Friday, there was no report of any violence from anywhere in Arunachal Pradesh today, police said. Internet continues to remain suspended in Itanagar and Naharlagun amid the indefinite curfew.
  • Amid Clashes, Arunachal Pradesh Scraps Permanent Residency Move: 10 Facts
    India News | Reported by Ratnadip Choudhury, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Sunday February 24, 2019
    After three days of protests, vandalism, arson and the loss of a life, the BJP-led government of Arunachal Pradesh today scrapped the plan to give permanent resident status to six tribes and Gorkhas who don't belong to the state. The announcement came after daylong protests during which Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein's private house was torched ...
  • Arunachal Deputy Chief Minister's Home Set On Fire As Protests Escalate
    India News | Reported by Ratnadip Choudhury, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Sunday February 24, 2019
    Violence broke out in Arunachal Pradesh capital Itanagar for the third straight day over the state government's decision to give permanent resident status to two tribes from outside the state. An agitated mob stormed the private residence of Deputy Chief Minister Chowma Mein, ransacked it and set it on fire. A pitched battle started outside the pri...
  • Day After Man's Death In Clashes With Police, Arunachal Capital Tense
    India News | Written by Ratnadip Choudhury | Saturday February 23, 2019
    Tension continues to simmer in Arunachal Pradesh's Itanagar and its adjoining areas in the wake of clashes that broke out between police and agitating members of the tribal community on Friday.
  • 1 Dead In Nagaland Poll Violence, Turnout Low In Meghalaya: 10 Points
    India News | Written by Ratnadip Choudhury | Tuesday February 27, 2018
    One person has been killed and two injured in poll-related clashes in Nagaland's Zunheboto district where voting was underway along with Meghalaya today. The two tribal-Christian-majority north-eastern states have 60 seats and elections are being held for 59 seats. The BJP, which is already in power in Assam, Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh, hopes to...
  • 'Congress Mistake,' Says Kiren Rijiju, Chakma Refugees To Become Citizens
    India News | Reported by Neeta Sharma, Edited by Bhanu Priya Vyas | Wednesday September 13, 2017
    Describing them as a security threat, India has said it wants to deport nearly 40,000 Rohingya Muslims who have fled the violence in Myanmar, but today, Home Minister Rajnath Singh led a large meeting to decide whether to grant citizenship to tens of thousands of Chakma refugees who are Buddhists based mainly in Arunachal Pradesh.

'Arunachal Pradesh Violence' - 12 News Result(s)

  • 3 Injured In Poll Violence In Arunachal, 40 Per Cent Polling Till 1 PM
    India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday April 11, 2019
    At least three persons were seriously injured in a clash between supporters of two rival political parties under Tali assembly constituency in Arunachal Pradesh's Kurung Kumey district during polling on Thursday, police said.
  • Congress Behind Citizenship Row Violence: Arunachal Deputy Chief Minister
    India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday April 3, 2019
    Arunachal Pradesh Deputy Chief minister Chowna Mein on Wednesday alleged that the Congress was the "mastermind" behind the violent protests in the state over granting of Permanent Citizenship Certificate (PRC) to six non-tribal communities in Changlang and Namsai districts.
  • Opposition Parties Demand Resignation Of Arunachal Chief Minister
    India News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday March 5, 2019
    Opposition parties in Arunachal Pradesh have demanded the resignation of Chief Minister Pema Khandu over violence in the capital complex on the permanent residence certificate (PRC) issue in which three people were killed and many injured.
  • No Deaths In Police Firing During Protests, Says Arunachal Home Minister
    India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday February 27, 2019
    Expressing dismay over violence that broke out in Arunachal Pradesh over granting permanent residence to six non-Arunachal Pradesh Scheduled Tribe (APSTs) communities, Home Minister Kumar Waii on Tuesday denied reports that three people were killed in police firing during the protests.
  • In Arunachal Tribal Protests, Kiren Rijiju Sees Communication Failure
    India News | Press Trust of India | Monday February 25, 2019
    Union minister Kiren Rijiju Monday ruled out the imposition of President's rule in Arunachal Pradesh, which witnessed widespread violence in the past four days, and said the state government could not communicate properly to the people on the contentious PRC issue, leading to the unrest.
  • Arunchal Pradesh Chief Minister Blames "Forces" Behind Violent Protests
    India News | Press Trust of India | Monday February 25, 2019
    Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu said on Monday certain "forces" were behind the violent protests in the state over the granting of permanent residency to six non-native communities.
  • No Reports Of Violence In Arunachal Pradesh Today: Police
    India News | Press Trust of India | Monday February 25, 2019
    After witnessing violence for three days since Friday, there was no report of any violence from anywhere in Arunachal Pradesh today, police said. Internet continues to remain suspended in Itanagar and Naharlagun amid the indefinite curfew.
  • Amid Clashes, Arunachal Pradesh Scraps Permanent Residency Move: 10 Facts
    India News | Reported by Ratnadip Choudhury, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Sunday February 24, 2019
    After three days of protests, vandalism, arson and the loss of a life, the BJP-led government of Arunachal Pradesh today scrapped the plan to give permanent resident status to six tribes and Gorkhas who don't belong to the state. The announcement came after daylong protests during which Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein's private house was torched ...
  • Arunachal Deputy Chief Minister's Home Set On Fire As Protests Escalate
    India News | Reported by Ratnadip Choudhury, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Sunday February 24, 2019
    Violence broke out in Arunachal Pradesh capital Itanagar for the third straight day over the state government's decision to give permanent resident status to two tribes from outside the state. An agitated mob stormed the private residence of Deputy Chief Minister Chowma Mein, ransacked it and set it on fire. A pitched battle started outside the pri...
  • Day After Man's Death In Clashes With Police, Arunachal Capital Tense
    India News | Written by Ratnadip Choudhury | Saturday February 23, 2019
    Tension continues to simmer in Arunachal Pradesh's Itanagar and its adjoining areas in the wake of clashes that broke out between police and agitating members of the tribal community on Friday.
  • 1 Dead In Nagaland Poll Violence, Turnout Low In Meghalaya: 10 Points
    India News | Written by Ratnadip Choudhury | Tuesday February 27, 2018
    One person has been killed and two injured in poll-related clashes in Nagaland's Zunheboto district where voting was underway along with Meghalaya today. The two tribal-Christian-majority north-eastern states have 60 seats and elections are being held for 59 seats. The BJP, which is already in power in Assam, Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh, hopes to...
  • 'Congress Mistake,' Says Kiren Rijiju, Chakma Refugees To Become Citizens
    India News | Reported by Neeta Sharma, Edited by Bhanu Priya Vyas | Wednesday September 13, 2017
    Describing them as a security threat, India has said it wants to deport nearly 40,000 Rohingya Muslims who have fled the violence in Myanmar, but today, Home Minister Rajnath Singh led a large meeting to decide whether to grant citizenship to tens of thousands of Chakma refugees who are Buddhists based mainly in Arunachal Pradesh.
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