Monthly Archives: March 2017

Aadhar operators under threat, seek security

Staff Reporter ITANAGAR, Mar 30: At a time when the centre and state governments are pushing for Aadhar card enrolment in the country, Aadhar operators and supporting staff in the Capital Complex are reportedly facing constant threats and abuses from unruly applicants. Reportedly, an Aadhar operator was allegedly assaulted by a...

22 elephants recorded in Lower Subansiri

ZIRO, Mar 30: At least 22 elephants were sighted in Lower Subansiri district during the elephant population estimation from March 26 to 29, carried out by the Hapoli Forest Division as part of the All India Synchronized Elephant Census 2017. DFO Koj Rinya informed that the census was carried out...

CM assures to look into JWCAPTU’s demands

ITANAGAR, Mar 30: Following the Chief Minister's assurance on Thursday, the Joint Working Committee of Arunachal Pradesh Trade Unions has decided to call off its state wide general strike temporarily. Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Thursday assured the JWCAPTU of looking into its 13-point charter of demands and to place...

Training under AICTE-NEQIP held at RGGP

ITANAGAR, Mar 30: Two students' centric training programmes on "AUTO CAD" and career guidance programme on "Profession Skills and Personality Development" were held at Rajiv Gandhi Government Polytechnic, Itanagar under AICTE-NEQIP scheme from March 25 to 29. The final year students of Civil and Automobile Engineering benefited from the finishing...

Skill development training

SANGRAM, Mar 30: A two-week training programme for unemployed youths of Kurung Kumey on 'House Wiring-cum-Electrician' for boys and beautician course for girls at Sangram, organized by the Manhi Welfare Society, began on March 30. In all, 35 trainees are participating in each of the training courses, which are being...

CM assures to look into demands of RHEP MoU Demand Committee

ITANAGAR, Mar 30: After meeting with the members of Ranganadi Hydro Electric Project (RHEP) MoU Demand Committee, Chief Minister Pema Khandu assured to call a meeting with the board of directors of the company to discuss on issue of fresh MoU, discrepancies in land compensation and deprivation of jobs...

A movie to improve communal harmony between Adi and Idu tribes

Karyir Riba ROING, Mar 30: A local movie based on communal harmony between the two communities of the district (the Idu and the Adi) is in the making to promote brotherhood and to mitigate the occurrence of communal riots in years to come. Director of the movie, Darbom Tayeng is known...

Workshop on sexual harassment & women mental health

ITANAGAR, Mar 30: A one-day workshop on 'Sexual Harassment and Women & Mental Health' was conducted at Rajiv Gandhi Government Polytechnic, Itanagar on March 29,in association with its women's cell. Principal Dr A K Tripathy spoke about various aspects of child abuse and asked the students to deal with such...

Meeting held to resolve deadlock over funding of road projects

ITANAGAR, Mar 30: Seeing the deadlock between All Papum Pare District Students' Union (APPDSU) and PWD, Doimukh Division, local MLA cum Minister UD Nabam Rebia visited SDO, Doimukh office on Tuesday last and directed to conduct co-ordination meeting to resolve the matter which erupted after a tender was floated...

Hyundai Motor India Ltd starts free car clinic

NEW DELHI, Mar 30: Hyundai Motor India Ltd. (HMIL), the country's largest passenger car exporter and second largest automobile manufacturer on Wednesday announced the 23rd edition of the nationwide 'Free Car Care Clinic'. The customer connect program will be held from March 29 to April 8 at all service outlets...

Ering announces relief for fire victims

KHONSA, Mar 30: Member of Parliament,Ninong Ering has announced financial support for the 10 families that were rendered homeless in the fire accident at Khonsa on Wednesday. He further assured another Rs 5 lakh for procurement of CGI sheets for the fire accident victims.

Ribia seeks revival of Talley Valley Development Board

ITANAGAR, Mar 30: Former MLA Nani Ribia called on Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Thursday at his office chamber and submitted a memorandum seeking revival of the Talley Valley Development Board, which was constituted in the year 1991 and subsequently reconstituted in 2005. He apprised the CM about the...

Lohit Libraries felicitates reader-activists

TEZU, Mar 30: The Lohit Libraries recently felicitated reader-activists for their contribution to reading promotion in the district over the years. Keshilu Tayang, a class 12 student of Government Higher Secondary School, Tezu and a library activist since 2009 was conferred the Bhajan Award. The Bhajan Award, instituted in 2014...

Investigation sought into alleged murder case

ITANAGAR, Mar 30: Claiming foul play in the alleged murder of one Rotom Jhon, a six-year-old boy at Palin, Kra Daadi district on March 24 last, the Rotom Welfare Society has in a representation to the state Minister for Home on Thursday, appealed to him to direct the investigating...

Time to ban Triple Talaq system

The Triple Talaq debate is set to get heated as Supreme Court on Thursday fixed May 11 for the commencement of hearing on pleas challenging its validity and polygamy practices among Muslims. A bench comprising Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justice D Y Chandrachud said, the matter will...

A suggestion and an appeal to the APPSC

Dear Editor, Through your esteemed daily ‘readers forum’, I would like to bring limelight to the Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission with regard to the short-listing of the candidates to the post of Assistant Professors under various departments. As per the provision of UGC ordinances for scrutinizing of the candidates for...

Recruit trained teachers

Dear Editor, Through your esteemed daily, I would like to draw the attention of concern authority to publish and advertise the vacant teacher’s post in elementary education department. As per the information, there are many vacancies for Assistant Teacher after departmental promotion to JT, retirement, new school establishment and other...

Wrong information on ASUD

Dear Editor, Arunachal Students Union, Delhi condemns recent letter written by Gaji Dele regarding nomination and registration fee of the Union. AUSD has never said that nomination amount is Rs 50,000. ASUD seek proof or else legal action will be taken against the individual for tarnishing the image of ASUD...

In defense of my brother

Dear Editor, Apropos press release by Nino Welfare Society (NWS) on 29.03.2017, I want to clarify that the matter between Tapun Jerang and Tajong Jamoh is a personal matter between them and request both NWS and Jering Matkir Society (JMS) not to involve in the matter. I want to further...

Working community goes on state wide protest

Staff Reporter ITANAGAR, Mar 29: Thousands of workers, including casual and contingency workers, took out a state-wide protest rally on Wednesday across the state under the aegis of Joint Working Committee of Arunachal Pradesh Trade Union (JWCAPTU) against the state government, alleging failure to fulfill their charter of demands. Thousands of...

10 families rendered homeless in Khonsa fire

KHONSA, Mar 29: Ten families were rendered homeless in a devastating fire that broke out in the heart of Khonsa town near the post office on the midnight of March 28. Reportedly, the fire was brought under control after 30 minutes of joint and timely efforts by the army, fire...

CPI (M) demands PM to release full Text of Naga Accord

NEW DELHI, Mar 29: The CPI (M) on Wednesday questioned the Centre for not making public full text of Naga Peace Accord signed two years ago. CPI (M) General Secretary Sitaram Yechury referred to NSCN (IM) leader Thuingaleng Muivah's reported comment that the group's framework agreement signed with the Centre...

NSCN (R) questions GoI’s sincerity in resolving Indo-Naga issue

ITANGAR, Mar 29: The NSCN (Reformation) has taken strong exception to the Indian Army's crack down on the outfit in violation of ceasefire and questioned the Government of India's (GoI) sincerity to resolve the long pending Indo-Naga issue. Stating that it has been in a ceasefire agreement with the GoI...

Speed up tendering process with transparency in telecom sector: Ering

ITANAGAR, Mar 29: Highlighting the key problems which lead to poor telecom connectivity in the North East region of the country, MP Ninong Ering has called for transparency in tendering process under telecom sector. The process should also be sped up to provide better telecom coverage in the region...

Arunachal joins UDAY scheme

NEW DELHI, Mar 29: Twenty six states are now part of the UDAY scheme, meant for the revival of debt stressed discoms, after Kerala, Arunachal Pradesh and Tripura formally joined the programme. "An overall net benefit of approximately Rs 4,178 crore, Rs 309 crore and Rs 810 crore would accrue...

An educated unemployed woman shows path of self-employment

RUKSIN, Mar 29: An educated unemployed woman from Niglok village in East Siang- Junnoo (Ancy) Dupak has set an example of self-employment through animal farming. The 28-year-old has created a success story in local variety fowl and goat farming in natural environment. Considering the enormous potentiality of fowl rearing and...

Burglars apprehended with booty

TEZU, Mar 29: A gang of burglars was busted as the police in Tezu arrested four of its members, which included two minors, and recovered a large quantity of booty from their possession. Following information of theft in a market complex in Tezu on March 27, a team of the...

Universities need to open their mind towards the North East: Governor

ITANAGAR, Mar 29: Governor P B Acharya has emphasized on the need for the country's various universities to open up their minds towards tribal people in general and the people of North East in particular, to bring awareness about their culture and history. While appreciating Lok Sabha Member, Ninong Ering...

Waii International Hotel inaugurated

Staff Reporter ITANAGAR, Mar 29: With five-star like luxury facilities, Waii International Hotel, owned by Home Minister Kumar Waii, was inaugurated on Wednesday by Chief Minister Pema Khandu. Located near the State Museum, the luxury hotel has 61 spacious rooms, a mammoth swimming pool, pub, game parlour, 24/7 café and luxury...

RTI Act 2005 initiated to promote transparency & accountability, says SIC

TEZU, Mar 29: An awareness programme on RTI Act, 2005 was conducted by the State Information Commission (SIC), in collaboration with the Lohit District Administration for the three districts of Lohit, Anjaw and Namsai on Wednesday at Amik Ringiya Hall. Addressing the gathering, Lohit Deputy Commissioner Danish Ashraf said that...
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