District is created by bifurcating the West Siang district with its headquarters at Tato.
The district would have four administrative units namely Mechuka, Tato, Pidi and Manigong.
Head Quarter :Tato
District is created by bifurcating the Lower Siang district with headquarters at Basar.
The district would have four administrative units Tirbin, Basar, Daring and Sago
Head Quarter: Basar
District is carved out of East Kameng district with five administrative units namely Pakke-Kessangn, Seijosa, Pijiriang, Passa Valley and Dissingn Passo with district headquarters at Lemmi.
Head quarter : Lemmi
Kamle district, constituting the eastern part of Lower Subansiri district and western part of Upper Subansiri district, would have a population of 22,256 of homogeneous people. It will have six administrative units -Raga, Kamporijo, Dollungmukh, Puchi-Geko, Gepen, and a portion of Daporijo sadar circle – consisting of all the villages falling under Raga assembly constituency, including Ligu and Liruk, which were until now under the administrative control of Upper Subansiri district.
Head Quarter: Raga
Itanagar is the capital of the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. Itanagar is administered independently by a Deputy Commissioner and the police department functions under the charge of a Superintendent of police and the jurisdiction of Deputy Commissioner is referred as Itanagar capital complex.
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West Siang District with its HQ at Aalo, bounded on the North by China, on the East by Upper Siang and East Siang districts, on the South
Official Website : http://westsiang.nic.in
West Kameng District of Arunachal Pradesh State is lying approximately between 91° 30′ to 92°40′ East longitudes and 26° 54′ to 28° 01′ North latitudes.
Official Website : http://westkameng.nic.in
The Upper Subansiri District derives its name from the Subansiri River which meanders through the entire length of the District
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Upper Siang District with geographical area of 6188 Sq Km, a veritable treasure house of nature in its full splendour, with a total population
Official Website : http://uppersiang.nic.in
Tirap District is bounded by Myanmar towards South, by Changlang District towards the East, by Dibrugarh District of Assam in the North
Official Website : http://tirap.nic.in