Pema Khandu

Pema Khandu’s third term as Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister

BJP leader Pema Khandu took oath as the chief minister of Arunachal Pradesh for the third time in a row on Thursday, June 13. Khandu was elected unopposed from the Mukto constituency in the border district of Tawang. This is Khandu’s third term in a row as Chief Minister.

BJP wins Arunachal for third term

On June 2, the Election Commission declared the results of the Assembly elections in the state. The BJP returned to power in Arunachal Pradesh for the third term, winning 46 out of the 60 seats in the Assembly constituencies.

INTERVIEW| Manmohan govt took bribe to release North East funds: Arunachal Pradesh CM

Khandu reveals reasons behind his departure to take along 42 Congress MLAs to join the BJP, and allegations regarding the former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh government’s mismanagement of funds allocated for North East projects. Excerpts

It Was A Challenge & Opportunity To Solve Problems: Arunachal CM

Pema Khandu, Arunachal Pradesh, Chief Minister, is one of the youngest faces in Indian politics. The popular political figure just completed a euphoric celebration of six years of his government. Rohan Dua, Executive Editor of The New Indian, speaks to him

Assam, Arunachal Sign Namsai Declaration To Resolve Border Dispute

GUWAHATI: In a bid to resolve the long-standing border dispute between Assam and Arunachal Pradesh, the Chief Ministers of both the state on Friday signed the historic Namsai Declaration. Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, who has made resolving the state’s border issue one of his priorities, and Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu signed […]

First Kashi, Then Ayodhya: 12 BJP CMs Rally Behind Modi, Yogi; Say PM Connecting Modern India With Ancient

VARANASI: The Bharatiya Janata Party is putting up a show of unity and togetherness, just following a bit of template of its own campaign Mera Parivar BJP Parivar, an axiom that it has banked upon since 2017  to win hearts of Hindi heartland states. Twelve visiting chief ministers of BJP ruled states — Assam, Haryana, […]