Arunachal Pradesh Current Affairs - 2019

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Arunachal Pradesh assembly polls: INC to form government

The results of the 2014 assembly elections of Arunachal Pradesh are out. The Indian National Congress (INC) led by the incumbent Chief Minister Nabam Tuki won 42 seats of the total 60 assembly seats in the state. BJP with 11 seats is the first runner up whereas People’s Party of Arunachal finished third with 5 Read More…

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Itanagar becomes the 2nd state capital amongst the capitals in NE India to be put on Rail Map of India

Itanagar (Capital of Arunachal Pradesh) became the 2nd state capital after the Capital of Assam: Dispur (whose nearest Railway Station is Guwahati, distance: 5-7 km only), amongst the capitals in NE India to be put on Rail Map of India. The first passenger train which started from Dekargaon (Assam) at 7 am and covering a distance of 181 Read More…

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M.P.Bezbaruah Committee: For protection of rights of North Eastern people

The Union Government expanded Bezbaruah panel to look into the various kinds of concerns of the persons hailing from the North Eastern States, who are living in different parts of the country, especially the Metropolitan areas, and to suggest suitable remedial measures which could be taken by the Government. Four new members drafted in the Read More…

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Bezbaruah Committee: To address concerns of Northeastern people

The Union Government set up a Bezbaruah panel to propose remedial measures to address concerns of people from the Northeast following outrage over the death in Delhi of a 19-year-old student from Arunachal Pradesh.  The Bezbaruah Committee: A six-member panel led by Former IAS officer M P Bezbaruah, who is also a member of North-Eastern Read More…

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Union Government denies introduction of ILP in Meghalaya

The demand to create Inner Line Permit (ILP) system in Meghalaya has been rejected by the Union Government on grounds that the Constitution does not provide for extending the special provision to new areas. The Government clarified that it was bound by Article 19 (D) of the Constitution which allows any Indian citizen to move freely throughout the Read More…

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Scheme for Integrated Textile Parks (SITP) to be continued in 12th Five Year Plan: CCEA

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) approved continuation of the Scheme for Integrated Textile Parks (SITP) in the 12th five year plan. It also approved new projects for utilizing the balance of Rs 717 crore left in the 12thfive year plan allocation, after meeting committed liabilities of the sanctioned 61 parks. What are the Read More…

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Rajan Committee’s new methodology to replace ‘special category’ status for devolution of funds to States

The panel set up by the government under the chairmanship of the then Chief Economic Advisor Raghuram Rajan (now RBI governor) has suggested ending the ‘special category’ criteria for providing additional assistance to poorer states. Why did the government set up the Rajan Committee? The Union Government set up Raghuram Rajan Committee amid demands for “special Read More…

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