Wednesday, April 30, 2008

The Arunachal Times goes online!

Ah! finally, now people staying out of the state can get in touch with the latest happening of the state, for the Arunachal Times has gone online.

When I came to know through wiian that the Arunachal Times has gone online, I couldn't resist myself from doing a short post on it. (Regular post wiil resume shortly). Unlike, it's previous online avatar, the new avatar has got a sleek look (see the snapshot below)

Here is the link to The Arunachal Times. Visit this site for the latest news on Arunachal Pradesh :)


  • Anonymous

    Is this a Blog spot or meant to post news of arunachal???????


  • Riilang

    Go through blog and see it for yourself.

  • AG


    Blog... yes it is. But alternately, you can consider it your online source to news of Arunachal, too ;)

  • koncho

    Your news is not up-to- date! You open the site and you get previous Day's News!!! How come!?

  • koncho

    There was total boycot of Arunacahl Day Celebration in Singchung sub- division,West Kameng District showing solidarity with CoSAPP's GBC/central Unit .Pendown/Toll down strike continues.

  • AG

    Hi Koncho,

    Thanks for dropping by and making Arunachal Diary your online source for news on Arunachal.

    I regret that Arunachal Diary is not able to give you updated news on Arunachal. Apologies for that. We are trying to keep Arunachal Diary updated with latest news sourced from various sources despite the constraints. Having said that, you must understand that this exactly is not an online news site but a site dedicated to highlight the issues of importance to Arunachal, may be with a twist ;) and in doing so, some news may be updated later than other news site/sources.

    Regarding CoSAAP's agitation, our eyes are on it and we will be doing subsequent posts on it shortly. Do keep watching the space.


  • Karik M

    Government of AP should immediately bring out the notification for release of 30 months arrears along with new pay structure as promised by Takam Sanjay.How come Govt thinks employee can make do with lower salary in a state where inflation is the highest in the country and once up never come down?

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