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NDRF teams sent to Assam, Arunachal Pradesh after warning by China


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Assam districts bordering Arunachal Pradesh on flood alert

Six NDRF teams from Kolkata are scheduled to arrive in Guwahati and will move to the districts as and when required.
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External affairs ministry alerts Arunachal Pradesh, Assam govts after landslide in mainstream of Brahmaputra river

On Thursday, Ninong Ering wrote to Minister of Sate for Water Resources Arjun Meghwal apprising him of the landslide in the upstream of the Brahmaputra.
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Brahmaputra blocked, landslides form barrier lake on Chinese side; envoy claims 'India immediately informed'

The Spokesperson of the Chinese Embassy in India, Counselor Ji Rong, claimed that India was "immediately" informed about the landslide which occurred in the lower ranges of Yaluzangbu river in Tibet..
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High alert sounded as Siang water in Arunachal may rise any moment

Downstream districts of Siang river, a major tributary of Brahmaputra, in Arunachal Pradesh have been put on high alert. Indian Embassy in Beijing informed New Delhi that the water of Yarlung Zangbo at..
Credit: IndiaTimes - Published

Arunachal districts on flood alert after formation of artificial lake in Tibet

Districts along the Brahmaputra river in Arunachal Pradesh have been put on high alert for possible flash floods.
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Arunachal Pradesh MP Ninong Ering writes to MEA to intervene regarding landslides in China blocking flow of Brahmputra river

In his letter to Minister of External Affairs, Sushma Swarah, Ninon Ering raises concern about landslides blocking the Milin section of the mainstream of Brahmaputra which is drying up rivers in..
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Landslide creates artificial lake in China

About 6,000 people were evacuated after a landslide in Tibet blocked the flow of one of the region's key rivers, creating a lake that could endanger downstream areas in India. Arunachal Pradesh..
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Landslide in China creates artificial lake, Arunachal Pradesh on alert

About 6,000 people were evacuated after a landslide in Tibet blocked the flow of one of the region's key rivers, creating a lake that could endanger downstream areas in India. Arunachal Pradesh..
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Arunachal Cong MP raises concern over 'grim' Tuting, Pasighat regions


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Arunachal Pradesh govt issues flood alert near Siang

In June 2000, similar conditions caused a flash flood and caused devastation downstream in Arunachal Pradesh and Assam, killing more than 100 people.
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Arunachal warns of a flash flood on Siang river

Arunachal Pradesh government warned flash flood on the downstream of Siang river in the state after Chinese government informed India that a landslide on the river in Tibet region might burst any time...
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Chinese troops enter Indian side, pitch tents in Arunachal

The sources said the incident took place around July 25. 
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Diesel price hiked again; wipes out Rs 2.5/ltr cut

Diesel price rose for the 10th consecutive day Monday to wipe out all of the Rs 2.50 per litre cut in rates announced earlier this month through excise duty cut and oil company subsidy. The..
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Chinese troops briefly crossed LAC in Arunachal


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Chinese soldiers cross LAC into Arunachal Pradesh, retreat after Indian Army intervenes

Chinese soldiers crossed the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Arunachal Sector in the first week of October, said sources in the ministry. 
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Connectivity biggest challenge for Arunachal: Khandu


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Mi-17 chopper force-lands in Arunachal, all 16 people on board safe

An Mi-17 helicopter force-landed west of Tuting in Arunachal Pradesh Thursday with all 16 people on board safe, sources in the Indian Air Force said.
Credit: DNA - Published

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