Daily Archives: March 1, 2017

TMPK adamant on its demand, vows to prevent SLP works

ITANAGAR, Feb 28: At a time when the State Government is engaged in dialogue with Centre and other stakeholders to remove barriers to re-start 2000 MW Subansiri Lower Project (SLP) at Gerukamukh, Assam based students' organization Takam Mising Porin Kebang (TMPK) has vowed to prevent construction of the dam...

Mrs Pul seeks probe by body not controlled by the govt

ITANAGAR, Feb 28: Dangwimsai Pul - the wife of the former Arunanchal Pradesh Chief Minister Kalikho Pul - in a strongly worded letter to Vice President Hamid Ansari on Tuesday called for a probe by "an investigative body not controlled by the government" into the allegations made by her...

The better of two evils

Pema Khandu government's decision to hand over all the recruitment process of Group B and C employees to Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) have been widely welcomed by many who believe that Commission is more transparent than government departments, if we ignore paper leakages that originate from the...

Additional portfolios for Ministers and PS

ITANAGAR, Feb 28: Additional charges have been handed out to cabinet ministers and parliamentary secretaries. Honchum Ngandam, who holds the portfolios of Education and Libraries, will have additional charges of Economics and Statistics, while DoTCL, Agriculture and Trade & Commerce Minister Wangki Lowang will look after Fisheries in addition...

GSU demands early establishment of Lower Siang, creation of Lepa Rada

ITANAGAR, Feb 28: Galo Students' Union (GSU) has met the Chief Minister Pema Khandu in Itanagar on Monday with a host of demands. It includes immediate establishment of Lower Siang District. The State Govt. should not make any more excuses and immediately post DC & SP for Lower Siang District...

Man believed to be dead found after 34 years

DAPORIJO, Feb 28: One Biru Dabu, who had gone missing and was believed to be dead, has been found after 34 years from West Kameng district. The man from Chetam circle had gone missing in 1983 from Daporijo as a teen-ager, and was declared dead by his family and relatives...

Weapons training for forest officials

ITANAGAR, Feb 28: A weapons training program was organized for 126 forest department staff by Pakke Tiger Reserve Forest Department and Wildlife Conservation Trust. Of the 126 staff, 22 had not used a weapon before. Front line anti poaching staff from Pakke Tiger Reserve, Nameri National Park and Eaglenest Wildlife...

EE surprised at NHIDCL project

ITANAGAR, Feb 28: Reacting to the allegation of All Papum Pare District Student Union (APPDSU), the Executive Engineer PWD Doimukh division has expressed surprise over news that NHIDCL has plotted tender for Bage Tinali to RGU and Khola camp-Doimukh to Gumto Check post road without informing local administration. In a...

CoSAAP seeks cancelation of APCS (EG)

ITANAGAR, Feb 28: The Confederation of Service Association of Arunachal Pradesh (CoSAAP) demanded cancellation of interview for recruitment to the APCS (EG) through Lateral Entry scheduled to be held on March 3. In a letter to the Chief Secretary, the CoSAAP stated that the employees were not satisfied with the...

Efforts continue to revive Adi-Mising relationships

PASIGHAT, Feb 28: In its continuing efforts to reunite and revive the lost glory of Adis and Misings , the Adi-Mising Baane Kebang (AMBK), a joint committee of Adis and Misings, celebrated Ali Aye Lignag in a grand manner with a two days prorgamme at Giidi Notko (cultural ground)...

Itanagar reviews smart city progress

NAHARLAGUN, Feb 28: Capital MLA Techi Kaso reviewed the progress of smart city proposal Itanagar on Tuesday. He urged the IMC authority and consultant of smart city Itanagar to put in their best effort for submission as per the guidelines of the ministry. Further, he opined that if Itanagar wins smart...

Make use of solar energy, says DC

Tezu, Feb 28: Speaking on the occasion of the inaugural function of the Three-Days' Training programme on Solar Energy, D.C. Lohit Danish Ashraf urged the participants to make use of the abundant solar energy available in the state. He urged the PRI members and teachers to learn, help in disseminating...

Nyokum celebration continues

ITANAGAR, Feb 28: The Nyishis of Assam celebrated Nyokum festival at Nyokum ground Chardaur under Sonitpur District. General Secretary of Nyishi Elite Society Heri Maring while gracing the occasion said that Nyokum Yullo is not only festival of Nyishis but festival of all human being as it not only...

Kaso appeals CM for goods trains

ITANAGAR, Feb 28: Parliamentary Secretary for Urban Development Techi Kaso called on Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Tuesday and urged him to pass necessary direction to the Railway authorities to introduce goods train service and other express train services soon. Kaso, who was accompanied by Arunachal Chamber of Commerce &...

Establishment of RIPANS in Arunachal

ITANAGAR, Feb 28: A team of officers from Regional Institute of Paramedical and Nursing Sciences (RIPANS), Aizwal headed by its Director, Dr. Chawngthanliana along with the officials of Director of Medical Education T&R met state Minister for Health & Family Welfare and Commissioner (H&FW) regarding establishment of a paramedical...

Sawin seeks cooperation for development

KHONSA, Feb 28: Khonsa East MLA Wanglam Sawin exhorted the government employees, Panchayat leaders and people of various villages under Bari- Basip circle to work as a team to ensure timely completion of developmental projects. He was addressing the gathering at a programme organized to inaugurate a Common Facility Center...

Donyi Mumi award for Lomte Ete Riba

ITANAGAR, Feb 28: Arunachal Pradesh Women Welfare Society (APWWS) founder member, Lomte Ete Riba has been selected for the prestigious Donyi Mumi (women of the year) 2017 award, for her contributions towards women for the last many decades. Riba, who also served as member of the Arunachal Pradesh State Women...

APIC impose penalty

ITANAGAR, Feb 28: The Arunachal Pradesh Information Commission has imposed a penalty of Rs 25000/- on PIO cum ADC Sagalee Jalash Pertin for delayed, misleading and incomplete information furnished to one Nabam Robin in connection with the appeal case no APIC-155/2016. The commission directed him to pay the penalty amount...

DRDA suspends agitation

ITANAGAR, Feb 28: DRDA Employees Association has decided to suspend the present state wide agitation temporarily, informed Secretary RD & PR, Dani Salu. This happened following a meeting on Monday. Department of RD, led by Parliament Secretary (RD & PR) Mama Natung met the agitating DRDA Employees Association in Itanagar...

APMC decision on medical practice

ITANAGAR, Feb 28: In a meeting of Arunachal Pradesh Medical Council held in the office chamber of the Registrar-cum-Secretary, AP Medical Council (APMC) under the chairmanship of DHS-cum- AP Medical Council President, Dr. Moji Jini on Tuesday, it was decided by the Council members that no person other than...

Members seek ouster of APB&OCWWB chairman

ITANAGAR, Feb 28: Arunachal Pradesh Building & Other Construction Workers' Welfare Board (APB&OCWWB) members Kenkar Yomcha and Dana Tadu have sought replacement of the present APB&OCWWB chairman Kumar Waii, who is also the labour minister, with a retired IAS officer or a trade union leader. In its memorandum submitted to...

Leader and social activist remembered

ITANAGAR, Feb 28: Hundreds paid floral tributes and prayed for public leader and social activist, late Tatong Padung on his first death anniversary. Former Chief Minister Gegong Apang, in his message to the family elaborated on the various achievements of late Padung in the field of games, sports and public...

Complaint against official for alleged child trafficking

ITANAGAR, Feb 28: A complaint has been lodged against DDSE Tirap and his wife in Itanagar police station alleging them of child trafficking and kidnapping. The father of the child, Santosh Chakma has alleged that his daughter was taken at Khonsa as a child labour where it was assured that...

Society demands enquiry into member’s death

ITANAGAR, Feb 28: The Beyong Welfare Society Capital Complex has demanded enquiry into the death of Rakesh Beyong who was found dead on Feb 18 last. In a release informing that one Sagar Adivasi and four others were arrested in connection with the case, it demanded exemplary punishment for the...

PS inspects ongoing projects

PASIGHAT, Feb 28: Parliamentary Secretary Agriculture Tatung Jamoh accompanied by several officials on Tuesday inspected various ongoing projects in Ruksin and IGC Niglok areas. At Ruksin, Jamoh inspected the ongoing constructions of CC drainage system and double storied Guest-House undertaken by the RWD Pasighat. The Parliamentary Sectary also took stock...

AAPSBMEA seeks release of pending honorarium

ITANAGAR, Feb 28: The All Arunachal Pradesh Saakshar Bharat Mission Employee Association (AAPSBMEA) has demanded early release of its honorarium claiming that it is pending since October 2015. It has submitted a representation to the education minister. The association's other demands include abolishing of the prevailing joint account system of...

DC holds coordination meeting

AALO, Feb 28: Issues like shifting of wine shops 500 meters away from the national and state highway as per Supreme Court directives, hearings on land encroachment within Aalo township, ST certificate and proper identification by GBs and PRIs, ration and LPG supply, cash less transaction on labour payment,...

AdiSU appeal for hostel facility at Bolung Hr Sec School

ITANAGAR, Feb 28: The Adi Students' Union (AdiSU) has appealed for provision of hostel facilities and furniture at Bolung Higher Secondary School in Lower Dibang Valley district. In its letter to the education minister, the union claimed that the hostel building which was built five years back is now being...

Two-day camp on Smart City Mission draws huge crowd

PASIGHAT, Feb 28: The two-day Smart city camp organised by the office of the Pasighat Smart City Mission headed by MEO Ainstein Koyu on 'citizen consultation through online registration on Smart City race' received a overwhelming response during Ali-Aye-Ligang celebration at Giidi Notko here on February 25 and 26. Large...

Opposition voice getting stifled

Delhi University is witnessing intense battle between ABVP and left backed students union in the campus. What should have been a battle of ideologies have turned into a full-fledged violent classes. Ever since BJP government came to power at centre, several violent clashes have been witnessed in campuses across...
Social Media Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com