Dai’s Echo of Arunachal


Late Lummer Dai

Founder and former editor of this daily, Late Lummer Dai, aptly called as Luminous Lummer in the literary circle, was a man of vast knowledge, who was always alive to the situation around him and his society. He may be more popular for his thought-provoking novels written in Assamese, but ardent readers of this daily would also remember him for his explosive editorials. His editorials are still timeless…fitting comments on situations still prevalent after years! As a tribute to this first journalist to reckon with from the state, we would bring out for our readers, old and new, his editorials specific to a particular situation at hand.


Echo of Arunachal, the first newspaper from the land of rising sun – Arunachal Pradesh since its inception on February 20, 1988 has come a long way by a great reformer, journalist and a novelist late Lummer Dai.

Echo of Arunachal, has number of unique features. We not only publish the major news of national/international importance but also we give special emphasis on rural reporting for which efficient correspondents have been appointed in every nook and corner of all the districts of Arunachal Pradesh and its neighboring states.

Echo of Arunachal, is the first news paper as well as first colour English daily of Arunachal Pradesh. For any campaign, message, information, notice of our product/ organization to reach out the maximum number of people of the region with the most cost effective manner.

Echo of Arunachal’s RNI No. 40951/88.


Central Zone 276/10 & 214/4 * v South Zone 379/10

Amo Region 454/10 v Mis Ainak Region 363/10 & 174/3 *

Band-e-Amir Region 252/10 & 176/10 v Speen Ghar Region 45/3 & 384/10 *

Australia 22/1 * v Pakistan 570/6

KwaZulu-Natal 308/6 v Eastern Province 53/7 *

Boland 159/10 & 93/3 * v Western Province 384/10

Free State 324/9 * v Northerns 247/10

South Western Districts 242/10 v Namibia 130/10 & 36/5 *

Border 197/10 v North West 187/10 & 20/1 *

Victoria v New South Wales 266/8 *

South Australia v Queensland 314/4 *

Western Australia 20 * v Tasmania 215/10

Ananda College 69/1 * v International Schools Combined 68/7

Richmond College 99 * v S.Thomas' College Bandarawela 95/8

Badulla & Monaragala Combine Schools v St. Peters College

Devapathiraja College v Polonnaruwa Combine Schools

Pakistan Under-19s 154/10 * v Afghanistan Under-19s 223/9

Prince of Wales College 117/8 v Jaffna Combine Schools 104/9 *

Karandeniya Central College 97/10 * v Trinco-Batti Combined Schools 148/8

K & M Combined Schools v FOG-Seenigama

Mannar-Vavuniya Combined Schools v Maris Stella College