Defying curfew, agitators allegedly set ablaze the private residence of Arunachal Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein and ransacked the office of the deputy commissioner on February 24 to protest against recommendations to grant permanent resident certificates to six communities, police said.A large number of people marched through streets here damaging public property and vehicles after a person who was injured in police firing on Friday succumbed to injuries at a hospital, police said.The protesters set ablaze the private residence of the deputy chief minister at Niti Vihar here and ransacked the office of the deputy commissioner of Itanagar.Close They also set on fire a large number of vehicles parked in the compound of the DC's office. related news Jet Privilege goes for brand revamp; to be known as 'InterMiles' PM Modi emplanes for New Delhi after wrapping up 'very productive' BRICS Summit Gold worth Rs 52 lakh seized from passenger at Bhubaneshwar airport The … [Read more...] about Protesters set ablaze Deputy CM’s private residence in Arunachal Pradesh
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Arunachal Pradesh, India's north-easternmost state, has been on the boil since last week. The protests, which quickly became violent, were against the probability of granting permanent residence certificates (PRC) to members of six communities.What triggered the violence?Arunachal Pradesh's capital, Itanagar, and the surrounding areas witnessed a spate of violence since February 21, after a Joint High Powered Committee (JHPC) reportedly recommended granting permanent resident certificates to non-native communities in Arunachal Pradesh. These communities include the Adivasi, Deori, Gorkha, Mishing, Moran and Sonowal Kachari.Close According to The Indian Express, the communities have been demanding a permanent residence status for a long time now. They have been living in the state for decades, and, in fact, were issued PRCs in 1992-93, but that was subsequently rescinded. related news Jet Privilege goes for brand revamp; to be known as 'InterMiles' PM Modi emplanes for New … [Read more...] about Explained | Why is Arunachal Pradesh on the boil?
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With an eye on the call drop issue, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is revising its assessment process of telecom services.The regulator is set to estimate number of call drops by collecting data on telecom towers' performance and accessing back-end database of telecommunication companies, as per a report in the Hindustan Times. Earlier, it used to get the data from area offices of telcos.Government sources told HT that the performance reports of telecom towers would unveil the "exact amount of activity" regarding call drop rate and successful call set-up rate.Close Call drop is a concern that has been flagged many times and it is affecting Indian mobile phone market which is the second largest in the world. related news WeWork bond drops, spread hits a record on report of delayed share tender Nearly 75,000 BSNL employees have opted for VRS so far: Chairman SAIL logs Rs 343 cr loss in Q2 Currently, telcos are fined Rs 50,000 for failing … [Read more...] about TRAI planning to get strict with telcos on call drop issue