The Anjaw district of Arunachal Pradesh is strategically situated in the northeastern corner of the country. The Anjaw district was created in December 2003 by upgrading the earlier Hayuliang sub-division of Lohit district.
Changlang District covered with picturesque hills lies in the southeastern corner of Arunachal Pradesh, northeast India. It has an area of 4,662 sqr. Km and a population of 1,48,226 persons as per 2011 Census. Read More
Headquater- Dibang Valley
Dibang Valley District came into existence on 1st June’1980 with its headquarter at Anini. Dibang Valley is bounded by Lohit in the south-east,Lower Dibang Valley in the South, East Siang in the West and by China in the North and North-East. Read More
In 1980, the Kameng District was bifurcated into two districts namely East Kameng and West Kameng. Now it has become an independent district with its headquarters at Seppa Read More
Official Website : http://eastkameng.nic.in
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.
Official Website : http://itanagar.nic.in
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
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