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Minor earthquake shakes Lohit region of Arunachal Pradesh

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An earthquake of slight intensity, measuring 3.2 on the Richter scale, shook the Lohit region of Arunachal Pradesh this evening.
 
A bulletin from the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said the quake, which had its epicentre at latitude 27.9°N and longitude 96.3°E, occurred at 1948 hours at a focal depth of 10 km.
 
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Minor earthquake shakes Myanmar-Arunachal Pradesh border region

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An earthquake of slight intensity, measuring 3.8 on the Richter scale, shook the border region between Myanmar and the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh this morning, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.
 
The quake, which had its epicentre at latitude 26.6°N and longitude 95.4 °E, occurred at 0922 hours at a focal depth of 60 km, an IMD bulletin added.
 
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Moderate earthquake shakes Andaman Islands region

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An earthquake of moderate intensity, measuring 5.0 on the Richter scale, shook the Andaman Islands region this morning, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.
 
The quake, which had its epicentre at latitude 13.8 N and longitude 92.9 E, occurred at 0904 hours at a focal depth of 10 km, an IMD bulletin added.
 
Earlier, an earthquake measuring 4.1 on the Richter scale, was recorded in the border region between Arunachal Pradesh and Myanmar. The quake, which had its epicentre at latitude 27.3 N and longitude 96.6 E, occurred at 0809 hours at a focal depth of 60 km, the bulletin added.
 
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Modi reviews flood situation in NE, announces assistance of over Rs. 2,000 crore

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today announced a relief package of over Rs. 2,000 crore for relief, rehabilitation, reconstruction and flood mitigation measures in the flood-affected North-Eastern states. 
 
The announcement came at the end of a series of high-level meetings, where the Prime Minister reviewed the flood situation and relief measures in the affected States. 
 
Through the course of the day, Mr. Modi held separate, detailed review meetings on the situation in the States of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and Nagaland. The Chief Ministers of the respective States, and senior officials were present at the meetings.
 
A memorandum was received from the Chief Minister of Mizoram, who could not make it to the meeting in person. 
 
An official press release said that over Rs. 1,200 crore would be given by  the Union Government for the infrastructure sector alone. The funds will be utilized for repair, maintenance, and strengthening of roads, highways, bridges, and other damaged infrastructure. 
 
The release said Rs. 400 crore will be provided for improving the water holding capacity of the Brahmaputra River, which will assist in flood control. 
 
In the current financial year, the Union Government has approved Rs. 600 crore as central share of State Disaster Response Force (SDRF). Out of this, Rs. 345 crore has already been released, and the remaining will be released immediately, to assist the States in relief and rehabilitation work. 
 
The Union Government will also provide Rs. 100 crore for carrying out a study to synergize efforts towards finding time-bound long term solutions to recurrent floods in the region. 
 
The North-Eastern region, with eight percent of India's land area, contains one-third of the country's water resources. The Union Government will constitute a High Level Committee, with representation from Ministries of the Government of India and the States, for proper management of the region's vast water resources. 
 
An ex-gratia assistance of Rs. 2 lakh to the next of kin of the deceased, and Rs. 50,000 to each of those seriously injured due to the floods, has been sanctioned under the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund (PMNRF). 
 
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Modi to review flood situation in North-Eastern States tomorrow

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Guwahati tomorrow where he will chair a series of high-level meetings to review the flood situation and the relief operations in the North-Eastern States, particularly Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Manipur.
 
Chief Ministers and senior officials from these States are expected to be present at the meetings, an official press release added.
 
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Minor earthquake shakes border region between Arunachal Pradesh, Myanmar

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An earthquake of slight intensity, measuring 3.5 on the Richter scale, shook the border region between Arunachal Pradesh and Myanmar in the early hours of today.
 
A bulletin from the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said the quake, which had its epicentre at latitude 26.9 °N and longitude 95.8°E, occurred at 0313 hours at a focal depth of 108 km.
 
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ECI cancels bye-election to Pakke Kessang assembly constituency in Arunachal Pradesh

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The Election Commission of India (ECI) today cancelled the bye-election to 12-Pakke Kessang assembly constituency in Arunachal Pradesh, scheduled for July 29, in view of the heavy rainfall, landslides and washing away of various formations in the area.
 
The Commission had issued a notification on July 5 for the bye-election and today was the last date for making nomiinations.
 
An official press release said that the Chief Electoral Officer, Arunachal Pradesh had, vide letters dated 6th and 10th July, 2017, informed the Commission of the damages caused by heavy rainfall and landslides in the area. It was reported that, out of 26 polling stations in the constituency, only nine were accessible at present.
 
"The Chief Secretary, Arunachal Pradesh vide letter dated 11th July, 2017 has also reported that under the current difficult climatic conditions, the conduct of poll as per the schedule may not be possible as movement and retrieval of polling teams are likely to be adversely affected.
 
"The Election Commission has considered the above reports of the Chief Electoral Officer and the Chief Secretary, Arunachal Pradesh and also reviewed all relevant factors viz; prevailing weather conditions, transportation of polling parties and election material, maintenance of polling stations and participation of all stake holders in the said Bye-Election including political parties, aspiring candidates and electors and is convinced that under the prevailing weather conditions, it is not possible to hold the Bye-Election from the said Assembly Constituency as per the Schedule fixed vide notification dated 5th July, 2017.
 
"Therefore, the Election Commission, in exercise of its powers under Article 324 of the Constitution of India, read with Sections 150 and 30 of the Representation of the People Act, 1951, and Section 21 of the General Clauses Act, 1897, has cancelled the said Bye – Election to 12- Pakke – Kessang (ST) Assembly Constituency of the Legislative Assembly of Arunachal Pradesh by rescinding the said Notification dated 5th July, 2017 and declared all proceedings taken so far in pursuance of the said Notification as null and void," the release added.
 
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Minor earthquake recorded in Papumpare region of Arunachal Pradesh

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An earthquake of slight intensity, measuring 3.1 on the Richter scale, was recorded in the Papumpare region of Arunachal Pradesh in the early hours of today, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.
 
The quake, which had its epicentre at latitude 27.1°N and longitude 93.8°E, occurred at 0458 hours at a focal depth of 10 km, an IMD bulletin added.
 
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Minor earthquake jolts border region between Eastern Xizang, Arunachal Pradesh

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An earthquake of slight intensity, measuring 4.8 on the Richter scale, jolted the border region between Eastern Xizang and Arunachal Pradesh this afternoon, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.
 
The quake, which had its epicentre at latitude 29.2°N and longitude 95.5°E, occurred at 1329 hours IST at a focal depth of 10 km, an IMD bulletin added.
 
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Minor earthquake shakes West Kameng region of Arunachal Pradesh

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An earthquake of slight intensity, measuring 3.2 on the Richter scale, shook the West Kameng region of Arunachal Pradesh late last night.
 
A bulletin from the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said the quake, which had its epicentre at latitude 27.5°N and longitude 92.5°E, occurred at 2338 hours yesterday at a focal depth of 15 km.
 
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Sanjay Kumar takes charge as DG, NDRF

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Mr. Sanjay Kumar, Director General of Police, Himachal Pradesh, took over as the Director General of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) here today.
 
An Indian Police Service (IPS) officer of the 1985 batch, Mr. Kumar has succeeded Mr. R K Pachnanda, who was appointed recently as the Director General of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP).
 
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Wreckage of missing IAF helicopter found in Arunachal Pradesh, three bodies recovered

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Search and rescue teams have located the wreckage of an advanced light helicopter (ALH) of the Indian Air Force (IAF) which went missing over Arunachal Pradesh on July 4 with four persons on board and recovered the bodies of three of them.
 
The ALH, belonging to the helicopter unit based at Tezpur in Assam, had gone missing while carrying out a humanitarian and disaster relief (HADR) mission near Itanagar in Arunachal Pradesh.
 
An official press release said here today that the helicopter had carried out five sorties to evacuate people stranded near Itanagar after landslides between naharlagun and Sagalee.
 
There were three crew members and a Arunachal Pradesh police personnel on board, when the aircraft was reported missing at approximately 1550 hours.
 
Search and rescue operations were initiated immediately, but the process was hampered frequently due to bad weather in the area, the release said.
 
"Joint rescue teams of Army, NDRF, Arunachal Pradesh Police and IAF were launched to locate the helicopter. The Arunachal Pradesh Police team spotted the wreckage of the helicopter in the evening of 05 Jul 17. On 06 Jul 17 morning, rescue parties comprising IAF Garuds and medical team, Army, NDRF were able to reach the crash site alongwith the Arunachal Pradesh Police team who had sighted the wreckage. The bodies of three personnel have been recovered so far. A Court of Inquiry has been ordered to investigate the cause of the accident," the release added.
 
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Minor earthquake shakes West Kameng region of Arunachal Pradesh

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An earthquake of slight intensity, measuring 3.5 on the Richter scale, shook West Kameng region of Arunachal Pradesh this afternoon, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.
 
The quake, which had its epicentre at latitude 27.0°N and longitude 92.1°E, occurred at 1535 hours at a focal depth of 10 km, an IMD bulletin added.
 
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Minor earthquake shakes West Kameng region of Arunachal Pradesh

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An earthquake of slight intensity, measuring 3.5 on the Richter scale, shook the West Kameng region of Arunachal Pradesh today, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.
 
The quake, which had its epicentre at latitude 27.1°N and longitude 92.5°E, occurred at 1001 hours at a focal depth of 10 km, an IMD bulletin added.
 
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Field activities in Arunachal yield evidence possibly associated with U.S. WWII Unaccounted-For Personnel

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The United States Department of Defense Prisoner of War/Missing in Action Accounting Agency (DPAA) has recovered evidence that was possibly correlated to US World War II service members unaccounted for from that region during field activities conducted in Arunachal Pradesh, India from November 1-December 14, 2016.
 
A press release from the US Embassy here said the evidence recovered by the DPAA team was subsequently examined by a Joint Forensic Review Committee comprising both DPAA and Anthropological Survey of India (AnSI) members.  
 
On December 7, 2016, the committee determined that the evidence was possibly correlated to U.S. WWII service members unaccounted for from that region, and recommended the remains and material evidence be transported to a DPAA laboratory for further analysis, the release said.
 
In June 2017, DPAA personnel will escort the evidence from Kolkata to the U.S. laboratory in Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A. for analysis, it said.
 
The release recalled that, as a result of the DPAA recovery operation in 2015, U.S. Army Air Forces 1Lt Robert E. Oxford, unaccounted for since World War II, was identified and returned to his family.  
 
"The Government of India has extended its full support to all these humanitarian missions," it added.
 
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Modi to inaugurate Dhola-Sadiya, India's longest river bridge, in Assam on Friday

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate tomorrow the Dhola-Sadiya bridge in Assam, the longest river bridge in the country, a project that is expected to transform road connectivity in the North-East.
 
The three-lane, 9.15 km bridge has been built over the river Lohit, a tributary of the Brahmaputra, linking Dhola to Sadiya in Assam.
 
An official press release said the bridge would fill a huge connectivity gap that has existed in the region. Till now, the only means to cross the Brahmaputra at this location has been by ferry only in day-time and even this is not possible during floods. The last bridge over the Brahmaputra was the Kalia Bhomora Bridge at Tejpur. This will, however, change from tomorrow with the Dhola-Sadiya bridge ensuring 24X7 connectivity between upper Assam and Eastern part of Arunachal Pradesh, it said.
 
The bridge will also reduce the distance from Rupai on National Highway (NH)- 37 in Assam to Meka/Roing on NH-52 in Arunachal Pradesh by 165 km. The travel time between the two places will come down from the current six hours to just one hour – a total five-hour reduction. This will result in saving of petrol and diesel worth Rs 10 lakh per day, the release said.
 
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The total length of the Dhola-Sadiya Bridge project, including the approach roads on each side, is 28.50 km. It has been constructed on BOT Annuity basis at a total cost of Rs 2,056 crore, as part of the Arunachal Package of Roads and Highways under the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways' Special Accelerated Road Development Programme for North East (SARDP-NE). The objective was to bring the people of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh closer to each other, the release said.
 
"The Dhola-Sadiya bridge promises to usher in prosperity in the North-East. It will provide efficient road connectivity to remote and backward areas which have poor road infrastructure. This bridge will also give a major boost to the overall economic development of the areas north of Brahmaputra in Upper Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. It will also cater to the strategic requirements of the country in the border areas of Arunachal Pradesh, besides facilitating numerous hydropower projects coming up in the state, as it is the most sought after route for various power project developers," the release added.
 
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Minor earthquake recorded in East Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh

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An earthquake of slight intensity, measuring 3.3 on the Richter scale, was recorded in the East Siang region of Arunachal Pradesh in the early hours of today.
 
The quake, which had its epicentre at latitude 28.1°N and longitude 95.1°E, occurred at 0253 hours at a focal depth of 30 km, a bulletin from the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.
 
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Airports Authority of India flags off ambulance service in Arunachal Pradesh

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The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has provided an ambulance service with Advanced Life Support Systems (ALS) for Longding district of Arunachal Pradesh under its corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives.
 
Flagging off the service, Dr Guruprasad Mohapatra, Chairman, AAI said that the ALS ambulance will be a boon for patients in remote areas and will be a great support to the Primary Health Centre facility in the Longding.
 
AAI had, in the past, provided similar ambulance facilities to the Primary Health Centre at Pakyong, Sikkim, and also to Dr. Shakuntala Misra National Rehabilitation University, Lucknow and Primary Health Centre at Udaipur, Rajasthan, an official press release added.
 
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Minor earthquakes recorded in Uttarakhand, Tripura

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Two earthquakes of slight intensity, measuring 3.8 and 3.2 on the Richter scale, shook the Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand and Tirap region of Arunachal Pradesh, respectively, today, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.
 
The quake in Uttarakhand, which had its epicentre at latitude 30.7°N and longitude 78.6°E, occurred at 1420 hours at a focal depth of 10 km, an IMD bulletin said.
 
The tremor in Arunachal Pradesh had its epicentre at latitude 27.0 N and longitude 95.6 E, occurred at 1054 hours at a focal depth of 10 km, the bulletin added.
 
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5th Rashtriya Sanskriti Mahotsav in NE Region from March 23-31

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The 5th Rashtriya Sanskriti Mahotsav (RSM)-2017, a national cultural festival, will be inaugurated at Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh on March 23.
 
The 9-day festival, organized by the Ministry of Culture, will shift venues to other North Eastern states including, Dimapur (Nagaland) from March 26 to 28, Majuli (Assam) from March 27 to 29, Imphal (Manipur) from March 27 to 29th March, Aizawl (Mizoram) from March 28 to 30, Gangtok (Sikkim) from March 28 to 30, Shillong (Meghalaya) from March 29 to 31 and Khowai (Tripura) from March 29 to 31.
 
An official press release said the main stage at Parade Ground in Tawang in the open air stage area will host cultural programmes from March 23-25 between 12:30 pm and 4 pm. The cultural extravaganza will be inaugurated by Governor of Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh P B Acharya in the presence of Union Minister of State for Culture and Tourism Mahesh Sharma and Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh Pema Khandu as Guest of Honour.
 
The essential thrust of the festival is to present rich diversity and uniqueness of Indian culture and to promote the cultural inter-linkages amongst the states to strengthen national integration and also to bid the artists of other parts of the country with the people of North East in a single thread of culture, the release said.
 
About 5,000 artistes from the North East and 2,000 from across the country will showcase cultural heritage through performances, arts and cuisine. The festival will involve the seven Zonal Cultural Centres and other organizations under the Ministry of Culture.
 
The North East Zone Cultural Centre (NEZCC), Dimapur is the nodal agency for the organisation of the festival.
 
Each Zonal Cultural Centre has been provided with slots to present their arts during the festival which would showcase an amalgamation of ‘Ek Bharat, Srestha Bharat’, ‘HamaariSanskriti, HamaariPanchaan’ and ‘Swachh India’. The extended programme will be convened at Dimapur (Nagaland) from March 26 to 28 by South Zone Cultural Centre. Eastern Zonal Cultural Centre will organise the festival at Majauli. The festival at JNMDA Complex Imphal (Manipur) will be helmed by South Central Zone Cultural Centre.
 
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The North East Zone Cultural Centre will organise the festival at Aizawl, Mizoram and North Central Zone Cultural Centre at Gangtok (Sikkim). The festival at Shillong (Meghalaya) will be held by North Zone Cultural Centre and West Zone Cultural Centre will stage it at Khowai (Tripura).
 
The festival will showcase the spectacular diversity of India, from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and Gujarat to Bengal through folk, tribal and classical art forms in all its dimensions – dance, music, drama, puppetry, handicrafts and food.
 
An exhibition on Buddhist art and tradition is also being organized at Parade Ground of Tawang. Craftsmen from all over the country will display and sell handicrafts to the general public.
 
Traditional delicacies from different regions of the country will provide the visitors with a delightful culinary experience. Day-long performances of traditional performers of fringe-folk arts like ‘Behroopiyas’, ‘Baazigars’, ‘KacchiGhori’, and so on will take place at Parade Ground.
 
The inaugural ceremony will have varied art forms like Buddhist Chant and Gung, Vedic Chanting, Purulia Chhou, Yoga, Dhol Cholom and Pung Cholom, Sri Khol, Bhor Taal, Ladakhi dance, Chakhesang music, Bonalo, Siddhi Dhamal and Godambaza.
 
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Minor earthquake recorded in Dibang Valley region of Arunachal Pradesh

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An earthquake of slight intensity, measuring 3.2 on the Richter scale, was recorded in the Dibang Valley region of Arunachal Pradesh in the early hours of today.
 
A bulletin from the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said the quake, which had its epicentre at latitude 28.7°N and longitude 96.0°E, occurred at 0230 hours at a focal depth of 36 km.
 
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Minor earthquake shakes Lower Subansiri region of Arunachal Pradesh

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An earthquake of slight intensity, measuring 3.8 on the Richter scale, shook the Lower Subansiri region of Arunachal Pradesh this evening, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.
 
The quake, which had its epicentre at latitude 27.9°N and longitude 93.8°E, occurred at 1824 hours at a focal depth of 10 km, an IMD bulletin added.
 
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President accepts resignation of Meghalaya Governor V. Shanmuganathan

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President Pranab Mukherjee today accepted the resignation of Meghalaya Governor V. Shanmuganathan, who was holding additional charge of the post of Governor of Arunachal Pradesh.
 
A press communique from Rashtrapati Bhavan said the President had appointed Mr. Banwarilal Purohit, Governor of Assam to discharge the functions of the Governor of Meghalaya and Mr.  Padmanabha Balakrishna Acharya, Governor of Nagaland to discharge the functions of the Governor of Arunachal Pradesh, in addition to their own duties, until regular arrangements for the offices of the Governor of Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh are made.
 
Mr. Shanmuganathan, a senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader, had sent in his papers to the President yesterday, a day after about 80 employees of the Raj Bhavan in Shillong had written to the President on Wednesday, seeking his removal.
 
The letter alleged Mr. Shanmuganathan, 68, had turned the Raj Bhavan into a "young ladies club", hurting its "decorum and prestige". Mr. Shanmuganathan, however, denied all the allegations. He was in Itanagar to attend the Republic Day functions there when the controversy broke.
 
The letter said the employees were going through "severe humiliation, mental stress and torture" ever since Mr. Shanmuganathan had taken over as Governor.
 
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Minor earthquake shakes Upper Subansiri region of Arunachal Pradesh

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An earthquake of slight intensity, measuring 3.3 on the Richter scale, shook the Upper Subansiri region of Arunachal Pradesh this evening, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said.
 
The quake, which had its epicentre at latitude 28.3°N and longitude 94.1°E, occurredat 1851 hours at a focal depth of 10 km, an IMD bulletin added.
 
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U.S. and India search for WWII American Airmen

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The United States Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) recently completed a mission in India to locate the remains of servicemen missing since World War II.  
 
The DPAA team concentrated their efforts on sites where U.S. aircraft are believed to have crashed in the Himalayas with still unaccounted-for U.S. servicemen.  
 
The DPAA team visited several locations in Arunachal Pradesh to determine if the reported sites can be definitively correlated to known crash sites involving missing U.S. servicemen, a press release from the U.S.  Embassy here said.
 
U.S. Ambassador to India Richard Verma said, “The United States is committed to making sure all the soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines who served our country come home.  DPAA’s mission in India is a vital part of that commitment.”  
 
Mission commander Lt Col Pritz added, “We want to thank the government of India, the Ministry of External Affairs, the government of Arunachal Pradesh, and the Indian Air Force for their invaluable assistance and cooperation in conducting this mission.  Without their support, this mission would not have been successful.”
 
If the team can corroborate evidence at the site with historical records and reports, future missions to the sites may conduct an excavation in an attempt to recover the remains and return them to DPAA’s laboratory for identification. 
 
While discussing the sites with local residents, the team received a presentation of human remains and osseous material, which a witness recovered near the wreckage of a crashed aircraft.  After arriving at the site, the team found additional human remains believed to be associated with missing U.S. service members.  Once approved by the Indian government, these remains will be sent to the DPAA Laboratory with the goal of identification.
 
All the sites were located within Arunachal Pradesh, which is where the vast majority of losses occurred.  The DPAA team trekked to sites ranging from 2,500 feet to 10,000 feet in altitude, over trails that took anywhere from a few hours to several days to reach from the last point a vehicle could travel.
 
Last year DPAA successful recovered remains from the same region.  In April, U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter received the remains from the Indian government and DPAA is working to identify them.
 
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