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Established: 1987-02-20 Capital: Itanagar Area: 83.743 square km. Neighbouring states: Assam, Nagaland, Myanmar, Bhutan and Tibet. Language(s): English Districts: 16 Assembly Member::80 Governer: Joginder Jaswant Singh Chief minister::Dorjee Khandu Population: 1,091,117 (26th in India) Density: 13 per Sq km Literacy: 54.74% Geography: mostly surrounded by the Himalayas and its subsidiaries thus a hilly area. Climate: pertinent to every body. It receives annual rainfall of 80 to 160 inches between May and September. Economy: Agriculture is the primary contributor for the growth of economy and GDP.In 2000 the GDP of the state was 17.830 million rupees. Air ports: Daparjio, Ziro, Along, Tezu, Pasighat. Education: It is in developing stage ? Institutes are Rajib Gandhi University. Tourist spots: Bomdila, Manilathan, Rukhmininagar, Parsuram kund, Lohit dist etc. Website: www.arunachalpradesh.nic.in Arunachal Pradesh is called the land of the rising sun for its glorious beauty and picturesque scenario. It is the mysterious land in the northeastern part of Indian Subcontinent bordering the greatest Himalayas, which double its glory and natural face. It is the remotest part of the northeastern states having wonderful glance of Himalayan Mountain and various flora and fauna that it possesses. Due to its existence in the lap of nature it is more interpreted as picnic spot than a working place. The state is a small one along with its little population and Itanagar as its capital is the cultural, political, religion, and social melting point of the state. The climate and geography is best congruous to both outsiders and insiders for its natural environment. Agriculture is the prime contributor in forming its capital and GDP. A good portion of benefit goes to the govt. due to the presence of memorizing tourist points. The state also depends on forest products to add to its GDP. Education system though underdeveloped, the govt is undertaking best methods to make it a developed one. The state is vastly tribal dominated and is being modernized. Airports are located at Daparjio, Ziro, Along, Tezu and Pasighat that connect A.P. to other states of the country. The state boasts of two national highways connecting Dora and Tezpur. Local places are also well communicated by the roads from the state capital.
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The results of polls in state are not encouraging for the congress. Except state of Manipur where it has managed to remain in power, it seems that this national party is fading its charm.