Daily Archives: March 13, 2017

Govt to rationalize posting of teachers

ITANAGAR, Mar 12: The state's Education Department has planned for rationalizing the posting of teachers so that all schools have the required teachers as per the norms. The process for rationalization of posting is proposed to be completed before re-opening of the schools after vacation in June this year, informed...

Symposium on corruption held at RGU

DOIMUKH, Mar 12: A symposium on the topic 'Systematic Corruption in Arunachal Society Reflects a Deeper Breakdown of Community Values' was organised at Rajiv Gandhi University's Panorama Ground on Sunday. Held on the third day of the Arunachal Panorama celebrations, the symposium was organised with the objective 'to introduce the...

2 dumpers burnt by miscreants

NIRJULI, Mar 12: Two dumpers of a construction company/firm were burnt down at 'E' Sector, Nirjuli by some miscreants at around 1.20 am on Sunday. The two vehicles (AR 01 F/5944 & AR 01 F/5945) were kept inside the workshop of the owner. Reportedly, the miscreants, four in numbers, came...

The silence on suicide

As the government attempts to improve the health scenario of the state by assuring to provide 'quality access to all', with its health schemes, introduction of high-tech machines and hospital upgrades, the question of where mental illness would stand in the list of health sector improvements lingers on. According to...

National seminar on Cultural Heritage of NE

ITANAGAR, Mar 12: A national seminar on the theme "Cultural Heritage of North-East India" was held in the Jubilee Hall of Dera Natung Government College, Itanagar on March 10 and 11. Sponsored by the Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), the two-day seminar was inaugurated by RGU Vice-Chancellor Professor...

2-yr-old dispute solved amicably

SEPPA, Mar 12: A two-year-old dispute, which was supposed to take an ugly shape, in fact took the shape of a trendsetter which is worthy to be emulated by the tribal society. Two years ago, at Seppa, on 20th November, 2015, Mechori Bagang - a lady who was riding a...

Holi greetings

ITANAGAR, Mar 12: Governor of Arunachal Pradesh P B Acharya has extended festival greetings to the people the state on the festive occasion of Holi. He expressed his hope that the festivity will promote communal harmony and happiness in the society. In his massage, the Governor said that Holi marks...

‘Tani la Mopin’ staged at Tomi Polytechnic

BASAR, Mar 12: The play "Tani la Mopin", a Galo folk tale on Mopin Festival was staged at Tomi Polytechnic College, Basar on March 11 by the National School of Drama, New Delhi, in collaboration with GRK, Basar. Designed and directed by Riken Ngomle, the play was held to mark...

Women are source of strength to society: Anu Swami

WAKRO, Mar 12: Addressing an assembly at Anu Bhawan on Women's Day, Swami Sri Sri Anu exhorted women not to be misled by the concept of women empowerment and guided them to rather be established in the reality that they are the source of strength, peace, prosperity and harmony. Expressing...

Daily wage earner killed

Staff Reporter ITANAGAR, Mar 12: In an unfortunate incident, a daily wage earner, identified as Habibur Rehman (in his 20s) was allegedly stabbed to death by petty snatchers identified as Yura Taru and Millo Bhai around 6:30 in the evening at Sekey Colony near Akashdeep on Saturday, informed the...

No damage reported as hailstorm hits Mebo

PASIGHAT, Mar 12: A heavy hail storm hit various locations of Mebo Sub-division, like Mebo, Ayeng, Borguli villages etc in East Siang district on Sunday. Fortunately, there has been no damage of public or private properties yet. When contacted, Mebo ADC Yemling Tayeng informed that the hailstorm hit several portions of...

ANDSU resents delay in bridge construction

NAMSAI, Mar 12: The All Namsai District Students' Union (ANDSU) has expressed resentment over inordinate delay in construction of the bridge over Teyang River. Narrating the communication problem faced by the people of Mimey village under Chongkham circle due to absence of an RCC bridge over the river, the district...

DCM inaugurates ‘Kitchen King’ for food connoisseurs

ITANAGAR, Mar 12: Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein inaugurated 'Kitchen King Restaurant' for the food connoisseurs at Chandranagar Market here on Sunday. Congratulating the Kitchen King Management for coming up with such a venture, Mein said that local entrepreneurs must make good use of the conducive atmosphere to invest in...

Medical camp

Correspondent DAPORIJO, Mar 12: The Arunachal Pradesh Building and Other Construction Workers' Welfare Board (APBOCWWB) on Friday organized a medical camp particularly for the registered members of the organization at the labour office. Besides general health check up, vaccination against Hepatitis-B and tests for Hepatitis B, C and diabetes were carried...

SDHWC reduces chakka bandh duration

PASIGHAT, Mar 12: The Siang District Headquarter Welfare Committee (SDHWC) has reduced the duration of its proposed chakka bandh at Pangin from seven days (168 hours) to two days 12 hours (60 hours), starting from March 15, 5am for the overall welfare of the general public. In a press note,...

Army provides amenities to school

TAWANG, Mar 12: The 281 FD RGT, under the aegis of Hq 5 Mtn Arty Bde provided amenities, such as furniture, carpet, utensils etc worth Rs 2.5 lakh to Government Primary School, Changprong in a simple function. The amenities were provided under Operation Samaritan project of the Indian Army with...

Social worker’s demise mourned

NAHARLAGUN, Mar 12: Social worker Kome Yangfo passed away on Saturday morning due to cardiac arrest. A native of Dara Yangfo village in East Kameng district, Yangfo is survived by two wives, three daughters and three sons. 'An active social worker, Kome was the chairman of the G-Sector Development Committee, president...

Difficult days ahead for Congress

The result of assembly election in 5 states have come as big bonus for the ruling BJP. Party won massive mandate in UP and Uttarakhand. It is on the verge of forming government in Goa with support of smaller parties and independent MLAs. Party is also hoping to form...

Reserve Currency

Gold can’t be hedged out By Shivaji Sarkar Demonetisation, stricter Indian Government rules and positive US economic figures have led to a fall in gold demand as well as its prices worldwide. Yet, gold remains the most sought after metal across the globe despite losing its sheen since October, 2016, shortly...

Letter to Education dept

Dear Editor, Through your Esteemed daily, I would like to convey my grievances regarding the cancellation of Post matric Scholarship. We have applied for the PMS scheme 2016-17 for availing scholarship from the Central Govt as they provide us with an amount of more than 30,000/-per annum as our scholarship through...

Questionable exams in private schools

Dear Editor, Through your esteemed daily, I would like to aware the concerned authorities and the individuals associated with, regarding some real corrupt activities that takes place during the board exams of Classes X and XII, especially when the exam centres are private schools in the state. I have been through...

Scholarship

Dear Editor, Why authorities are in such a hurry that they can't wait for NSP merit list generation? We have waited this long for scholarship. Nevertheless you are giving us an additional stress with your infamous cancellation notice. Are we enrolled to scholarship so we can cancel it at the final stage? Are...

Give us more time

Dear Editor, Through the columns of your esteemed daily, I would like to bring to notice a simple issue which caused a great deal of loss. March 9, 2017, CBSE English exam for +2 students. I too appeared the same in centre Govt. Higher Secondary School, Ziro. The 15 minutes is allotted,...

After poll win, PM asks people to pledge to create ‘new India’ by 2022

New Delhi, Mar 12 (PTI) A day after the massive poll victories in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today appeared to be setting his sights beyond the 2019 Lok Sabha elections as he asked the countrymen to join him in building a new India by 2022. He...

Parrikar set to return to Goa

New Delhi, Mar 12 (PTI) With decks being cleared for Manohar Parrikar's return to Goa as Chief Minister, a new Defence Minister is likely to be appointed to replace the BJP strongman whose tenure saw clearance of a raft of arms deals besides simplification of the acquisition process. Parrikar's tenure...

Pak troops violate ceasefire in Poonch, fire mortars

Jammu, Mar 12 (PTI): Pakistani troops fired mortars along the Line of Control in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir today, prompting the army to retaliate. There was no casualty on the Indian side. "There was unprovoked ceasefire violation by Pakistan Army in Krishna Ghati Sector in Poonch district from...

UP Assembly Witnesses Rise Crorepatis; 1 in 4 Legislators Face Serious Criminal Cases

New Delhi, Mar 12 (PTI): An average of one in four newly elected legislators in Uttar Pradesh is named in a serious criminal case like murder or rape, while eight out of 10 are a Crorepatis, a study showed today. The study, released by the UP Election Watch and the...

BJP likely to form govt in Manipur

IMPHAL, Mar 12: The BJP's chances of forming the next government in Manipur brightened on Sunday as the National People's Party and the LJP formally extended their support. Flanked by NPP and LJP leaders and their winning candidates, BJP general secretary Ram Madhav told a press conference, "We have been...

We will support any non-Congress party in Manipur: NPF

Kohima, Mar 12 (PTI) The Naga People's Front (NPF) will support any non-Congress party to form the new government in Manipur, an NPF official said today. The Naga People's Front bagged four seats yesterday in Manipur elections, which threw up a hung assembly with the ruling Congress bagging 28 of...

Sania-Strycova ease into Indian Wells quarterfinals

INDIAN WELLS (US), Mar 12 (PTI): Sania Mirza and her Czech partner Barbora Strycova stormed into the quarterfinals of the BNP Paribas Open 2017 tennis tournament with a straight-set win over their opponents in the women's doubles. The Indo-Czech pair beat Sara Errani of Italy and Alicja Rosolska of Poland...
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