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ITANAGAR, Aug 7 - Search for the missing Pawan Hans helicopter in the hilly terrains of Arunachal Pradesh continued for the fourth successive day today but the �flying machine� carrying the Tirap Deputy Commissioner Kamlesh Joshi and two pilots still remained untraced.

When contacted, State�s Civil Aviation Secretary Dr Brij Mohan Mishra, who along with Inspector General of Police N Payang, has been deputed to Khonsa by the state government to oversee the rescue and search operation, stated that in spite of intensive search, there is no trace of the missing chopper for the fourth day today.

The ground search operation by the district administration, army, para-military forces, local police, forest personnel and locals including panchayat leaders and gaon burahs was resumed early this morning, while the helicopters pressed into service by the Indian Army and Indian Air Force were still clueless about the missing chopper, he said. � Correspondent

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Search for missing chopper widens

ITANAGAR, Aug 7 - Search for the missing Pawan Hans helicopter in the hilly terrains of Arunachal Pradesh continued for the fourth successive day today but the �flying machine� carrying the Tirap Deputy Commissioner Kamlesh Joshi and two pilots still remained untraced.

When contacted, State�s Civil Aviation Secretary Dr Brij Mohan Mishra, who along with Inspector General of Police N Payang, has been deputed to Khonsa by the state government to oversee the rescue and search operation, stated that in spite of intensive search, there is no trace of the missing chopper for the fourth day today.

The ground search operation by the district administration, army, para-military forces, local police, forest personnel and locals including panchayat leaders and gaon burahs was resumed early this morning, while the helicopters pressed into service by the Indian Army and Indian Air Force were still clueless about the missing chopper, he said. � Correspondent