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Backed by Centre’s support, Arunachal Pradesh is all out to augment its infrastructure and bridge connectivity gaps to lure in more domestic and foreign visitors to the North-Eastern state. Union tourism ministry led by Minister ...

 
 
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Arunachal Pradesh is famous for its rivers and several Buddhist temples. The picturesque Siang river (top), the beautiful Tawang Monastery (above) and nine wildlife parks are some of the few famous tourist attractions in the state.
Arunachal Pradesh is famous for its rivers and several Buddhist temples. The picturesque Siang river (top), the beautiful Tawang Monastery (above) and nine wildlife parks are some of the few famous tourist attractions in the state.
Members of the cycle expedition ‘Call of the Brahmaputra’ organised by Sarhad, Pune and Swanand Adventures interacting with Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi at his official residence at Khanapara in  Guwahati  on Saturday. (EP)
Members of the cycle expedition ‘Call of the Brahmaputra’ organised by Sarhad, Pune and Swanand Adventures interacting with Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi at his official residence at Khanapara in Guwahati on Saturday. (EP)
A bullet riddled Gypsy after the ambush on Tuesday. (EP)
A bullet riddled Gypsy after the ambush on Tuesday. (EP)
Dr Harsh Vardhan
Dr Harsh Vardhan
Students enjoying the screening of a documentary. (Nagaland Post Image)
Students enjoying the screening of a documentary. (Nagaland Post Image)
R.N. Ravi during the security briefing with Manipur officials and others on Monday. (Nagaland Post Image)
R.N. Ravi during the security briefing with Manipur officials and others on Monday. (Nagaland Post Image)
Statue of the 9th century king who ruled parts of England (left); Rahul.
Statue of the 9th century king who ruled parts of England (left); Rahul.
Panel discussion on consumerism and consumption trends at the NE consumer awards.
Panel discussion on consumerism and consumption trends at the NE consumer awards.
Women holding placards stage protest march in Karbi Anglong. (Nagaland Post Image)
Women holding placards stage protest march in Karbi Anglong. (Nagaland Post Image)
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