Daily Archives: April 4, 2017

Tawang all set to welcome Dalai Lama

Tawang, Apr 3: Tawang is all set to welcome the Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama who is expected to arrive here on April 4 morning, starting his eight days trip to the state. Thousands of people from different villages of the district and an estimated three thousand devotees from...

Implement UGC guidelines in appointment of college teachers, AAPSU appeals APPSC

ITANAGAR, Apr 3: The All Arunachal Pradesh Students' Union (AAPSU) has appealed to the Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) for immediate implementation of the UGC guidelines in appointment of teachers in the Government colleges of the state. In a memorandum submitted to the APPSC secretary, AAPSU along with Research...

Kalikho Pul’s wife writes to SC judges for FIR in case

NEW DELHI, Apr 3: The wife of former Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Kalikho Pul who had allegedly committed suicide has written a fresh letter to three senior judges of the Supreme Court seeking permission to lodge an FIR for probe into graft charges against former and serving persons holding...

IMC asked to prepare road map for clean city

ITANAGAR, Apr 3: Itanagar Capital Complex Deputy Commissioner Prince Dhawan has asked the Itanagar Municipal Council (IMC) for preparation of proper road map for sanitary assistants and timely lifting of garbage to make Itanagar a clean city. Addressing the IMC officials in a coordination meeting in his chamber here on...

Expedite developmental process, Mein asks legislators, HoDs

NAMASAI, Apr 3: Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein appealed to all the local legislators and Heads of the Departments to expedite developmental process according to fund provision kept in the budget. Attending the district coordination meeting at the Deputy Commissioner's chamber here on Monday, Mein said that there will be...

Rebia calls for preservation of cultural heritage, local languages

RONO, (Doimukh) Apr 3: Minister for Urban Development, TP, ULB, Nabam Rebia called for preservation of local dialects/languages and cultural heritage of people of the State. Addressing the 18th foundation day of Nyishi Indigenous Faith & Cultural Society (NIFCS) here on Monday, Rebia said we must work for preservation, promotion...

Panchayat leaders resent delay in road construction, writes to DC

Correspondent ROING, Apr 3: The Panchayat leaders of Hunli-Desali Block have expressed displeasure over the delay in the construction of road from Hunli-Desali-Meteliang-Hayuliang, despite the decent amount of fund allotted to the BRTF by the Government of India under its initiative to connect border villages. Although the construction work had...

Regular supervision must to check quality of food, says information commissioner

PASIGHAT, Apr 3: As part of its mandate to monitor the implementation of the food and nutrition schemes in the state under NFSA 2013, Information Commissioner Nanom Jamoh on Friday took a meeting with DDSE, Deputy Director ICDS, Deputy Director Food and Civil Supplies and CDPOs of East Siang....

APESA condemns physical assault on its member

ITANAGAR, Apr 3: Arunachal Pradesh Engineering Service Association (APESA) has strongly condemned the physical assault on AE (WRD) Tomo Pertin and demanded the law enforcing authorities to take stern action against the assaulter. APESA in a release stated that unless there is peace and tranquility, the engineers of the state...

Vehicular movement restricted

AALO, Apr 3: West Siang District Magistrate, Gamli Padu has prohibited movement of vehicles on Aalo-Likabali road from 6am to 11am w.e.f Apr 15 to June 30 next for smooth execution of works in exercise of the powers conferred U/S 133 CrPc. The commuters have been asked to strictly...

HPDC chairman refutes allegations

ITANAGAR, Apr 3: Reacting to the news item wherein Yupia Youth Welfare Association president, Gyamar Takar (Bharat) has alleged HPDCAPL chairman, Tungri Effa of sneaking into compound and burning his car in the wee hours of Sunday last, the latter, in a release on Monday, termed the allegations as...

Training on Professional Skills & Personality Development held at RGGP

ITANAGAR, Apr 3: A week long Career Guidance Programme on "Professional Skills and Personality Development" which was held at Rajiv Gandhi Govt. Polytechnic, Itanagar under AICTE-NEQIP scheme concluded on Monday. The final year students of all the departments benefited from the career guidance program. The Career Guidance Program was aimed...

‘Anjaw has scope for integrated fish farming’

ITANAGAR, Apr 3: Around 30 farmers, including farmwomen and rural youths were trained on integrated fish farming in hill areas during a five days skill development programme organized by Anjaw Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) at Hayuliang recently. Addressing the participants during the inauguration function, Senior Scientist and Head of the...

DC holds review with officials of tax & excise

ITANAGAR, Apr 3: A review meeting with Superintendent Tax and Excise Itanagar, Naharlagun, Banderdewa and Kimin was held at Conference hall of DC Yupia on Monday. Presiding over the meeting Deputy Commissioner Papum Pare Tai Kaye instructed all the officers to place their grievances in the departmental review meeting to...

Training held on Hi-tech production & processing technologies in Banana

ITANAGAR, Apr 3: In all, 120 trainees including; Women Self Help Groups, Gaon Burahs, Anchal Samiti Members from Alubari, Naputia, Nepali Basti villages under Namsai district took part in a training-cum-workshop on 'Hi-tech production and processing technologies in Banana' organized by KVK, Lohit under- ICAR-RC for NEH region, AP...

GB’s death condoled

Correspondent RUKSIN, Apr 3: Nonga Tagi, Gaon Buarh (GB) of Ralung village under Ruksin circle in East Siang breathed his last at the age of 72 on Sunday. He left behind his wife, three sons and four daughters. Late Tagi earlier served the local people as Anchal Somity Member and later...

NSS camp at JNV Kombo

AALO, Apr 3: Altogether 70 NSS volunteers took part in a SFS College, Aalo NSS unit conducted day-long camp at JNV School Kombo under the active initiation of Programme Officer, Reyom Ete on Sunday last. The programme began with a short interactive programme with teachers and students of JNV followed...

Physical fitness prog for children

ITANAGAR, Apr 3: The Ministry of Sports & Youth Affairs, Govt. of India has launched a National Physical Fitness Programme for school children. The programme will be conducted with the help of experts from SAI and LNIPE, Guwahati from April 5 to 7 at RG Stadium, Naharlagun. It will be held...

‘Change railway ticket counter’s timing’

ITANAGAR, Apr 3: The All Arunachal Pradesh Public Transport Federation (AAPPTF) has in a memorandum submitted to the Northern Frontier Railway (NFR) General Manager (GM) has appealed the latter to change the ticketing counter's timing at Naharlagun Railway Station. The federation, in its release stated that the present timing of...

Dy.Director Textile & Handicrafts no more

ITANAGAR, Apr 3: Deputy Director Textile and Handicrafts of Namsai district, MK Deb has died on Apr 2 last at Guwahati after prolonged illness. Meanwhile, the officers and officials of the directorate observed two-minute silence as a mark of respect to the departed soul and prayed to the Almighty to...

Maintenance of Lobi road sought

ITANAGAR, Apr 03: Lobi Welfare Committee of Itanagar in a release resented over poorly maintained road of Lobi. Committee Chairman Tahio Tadik claimed that as per the departmental record said road is repaired and properly maintained, whereas actual condition is different. The maintenance of said road was reportedly done...

ITBP conducts educational tour for students

AALO Apr 3: The 20th Bn. I.T.B. Police conducted an educational tour for 15 students including girl students along with four teachers of ITBP Public School under its Civic Action programme from March 15 to 30. During the excursion the students were taken to Delhi, Agra, Amritsar and Wagha...

Departmental seminar organized

ITANAGAR, Apr 3: An annual departmental seminar on 'A Study on the functioning of Shree Salasar Private Industry' was organized by the Department of Commerce, Don Bosco College here on Monday. Addressing the participants as resource person, Associate Professor of Dera Natung Government College, Itanagar, Dr. AK Pandey highlighted the...

EC should not behave like political party

An Electronic Voting Machine that was reported to have voted for a particular party during a demonstration in Madhya Pradesh on Saturday last has reignited the opposition charge that tampered EVMs had helped the BJP in the last round of recently concluded assembly elections. Immediately after losing UP poll,...

Relishing Religion in Poll Dish

Sacred cow or political kamdhenu By Poonam Kaushish “Gau mata” is once again being relished by our Hindutva brigade whereby protection of the holy cow has become de rigueur in nearly 20 States. The latest to rediscover its brand equity as a vote-catcher is Gujarat which has amended the Animal Preservation...

Preference for fair skin

Dear Editor, May I have the honor to publish an article through the esteemed column of your daily newspaper about the role of market politics which has been the responsible for the rise of colorism in India. The word "Complexion" is derived from Latin word "Complexi" which is referred in...

Dont bombarding APPSC with selfish suggestions

Dear Editor, This is with regards to a letter titled "A suggestion and an appeal to the APPSC" by one unnamed aspirant, who appealed to APPSC to do away with the objective based examination for the recruitment of assistant professor. While opposing objective based examination, he seemed unaware of Manipur's assistant...

CRPF jawan killed, 5 hurt in militant attack; minor girl among

Srinagar, Apr 3 (PTI) A CRPF jawan was today killed and five other personnel were injured along with two civilians, including a 10-year-old girl, as militants targeted a convoy in Srinagar, in yet another attack on security forces. Militants opened fire on a civilian passenger vehicle carrying CRPF jawans at...

Iran Releases 15 Indian Fishermen: Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj

NEW DELHI, Apr 03 (PTI): External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today said that Iran has released 15 Indian fishermen who were detained with their Bahraini boats last year. "I am happy to inform that Iran has released our 15 fishermen from Tamil Nadu. They were detained with their 3 Bahraini...

Need to ramp up economic cooperation with Russia: India

New Delhi, Apr 03 (PTI): Calling Russia as a "time-tested partner", India on Monday said it has strong political and military ties with it but there was a need to lend greater balance to the relationship by boosting economic cooperation. In his address to the first-ever India-Russia Media Rountable hosted...
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