Arunachal Pradesh

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A·ru·na·chal Pra·desh

 (är′o͝o-nä′chəl prə-dāsh′, -dĕsh′)
A state of northeast India on the Tibetan border. Much of Arunachal Pradesh, which lies in the foothills of the Himalayas, is claimed by China as part of Tibet and was the site of a war between China and India in 1962.
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Arunachal Pradesh

(ˌɑːrəˈnɑːkəl prəˈdɛʃ)
(Placename) a state in NE India, formed in 1986 from the former Union Territory. Capital: Itanagar. Pop: 1 091 117 (2001). Area: 83 743 sq km (32 648 sq miles). Former name (until 1972): North East Frontier Agency
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A•ru•na•chal Pra•desh

(ˌɑr əˈnɑ tʃəl prəˈdeɪʃ)
a state in NE India. 864,558; 34,262 sq. mi. (88,743 sq. km). Cap.: Itauagar.
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