Daily Archives: July 7, 2017

Three bodies recovered from IAF chopper crash site

CM expresses deep shock and grief ITANAGAR, Jul 6: The bodies of two Indian Air Force (IAF) officers and an Indian Reserve Battalion (IRBn) jawan were recovered from the spot where an IAF chopper crashed two days ago during flood rescue sorties, police said on Thursday. Search is on for the...

Lower Subansiri DA steps in to resolve NEEPCO & RMDC deadlock

ZIRO, Jul 6: Under the initiation of Lower Subansiri Deputy Commissioner, Kemo Lollen a meeting was convened in the DC office chamber on Thursday in connection with issues arising out of the agitation by RMDC (RHEP MoU Demand Committee) against NEEPCO. DC Lollen reiterated the need to resolve all problems...

Kovind reaches Arunachal to seek vote

ITANAGAR, Jul 6: Chief Minister Pema Khandu along with his team of cabinet colleagues and Union Minister of State for Home Affairs, Kiren Rijiju accorded a warm welcome to NDA's Presidential candidate, Ram Nath Kovind here this morning. Kovind is on a tour to North-eastern states. The Presidential Candidate...

Mein calls for augmenting trade & commerce linkages to ASEAN countries

NEW DELHI, Jul 6: Deputy Chief Minister, Chowna Mein has laid emphasis on the development of the famous Still Well Road to augment trade and commerce linkages through the Pangsao-Pass with Myanmar and other ASEAN countries during discussion at the 9th edition of Delhi Dialogue, a premier annual track...

APCC terms govt.’s decision cancelling JE interview as immature

ITANAGAR, Jul 6: Terming the state government's decision to cancel the proposed interview of Junior Engineers of RWD and making recruitment against the same through Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission as immature, the Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) has demanded clarification from the GoAP. APCC Spokesperson, Hina Camder Tok in...

RGUSU sets up admission help desk at university campus

RONO HILLS, July 6: Going by the philosophy of "students helping students," the Rajiv Gandhi University Students' Union (RGU) has set up a Help Desk center here in it's varsity campus to guide students and parents regarding general academic enquiries. The UGC results are yet to be declared and still...

Maintain transparency regarding the real reasons behind helicopter crashes: GAF

ITANAGAR, Jul 6: Green Arunachal Foundation (GAF) has expressed concern over the silence of both the state and the central governments about the frequent helicopter crashes in the state and urged the governments to maintain transparency regarding the real reasons behind the crashes in the state. GAF Chairman, Takam Tatung...

Petrol depot employees attacked in Namsai

NAMSAI, Jul 6: The employees of Namsai's lone petrol depot, Arunachal Trade & Agencies were attacked by five unidentified miscreants on July 5 at around 5.40 PM. According to an FIR filed by the petrol depot owner, five drunk men came in a white car, bearing registration number AS-06-AC-5838. Reportedly,...

Results declared

ITANAGAR, Jul 6: The results of B. Com. Annual and semester examinations held in the month of April / May 2017 are declared on Thursday, informed a RGU release. Results are under subject to modification or correction in the result sheet and mark-sheet if any error is detected subsequently....

DC visits road blocked site

ANJAW, Jul 6: The Anjaw Deputy Commissioner, Mamta Riba along with team of officials on Wednesday visited road blockade site at Hayuliang-Chaglagam road. It was informed that BRO had deployed men and machineries on both sides of the blockade and have assured to clear blockade within two to three...

Meeting on successful implementation of IDC Fortnight held

CHANGLANG, Jul 6: With an objective of zero deaths due to childhood diarrhea and reduction of malnutrition across the district, the District Level Steering Committee, under the Chairmanship of SDO, Changlang, Nampang Wangjen, convened a meeting on successful implementation of Intensified Diarrhea Control Fortnight here at DC's Conference hall,...

RBSU demands infrastructural overhaul of schools in Koyu-Kora circle

KOYU, Jul 6: The students' organisation of Nari-Koyu Assembly constituency - the Ramle Banggo Students' (RBSU) on Thursday demanded the state education department for an infrastructural overhaul in the government schools under Koyu-Kora circle. The demand was raised after a team of RBSU led by its President Goli Doye embarked...

Work progress in Lower Dibang Valley reviewed

ROING, Jul 6: Lower Dibang Valley Additional Deputy Commissioner, Chestha Yadav on Thursday called upon the officers of all the line departments in the district for proper monitoring of all undergoing project works and submission of status reports on time. The ADC said this during a monthly coordination meeting...

Birth anniversary of Dalai Lama celebrated

DC calls for environment protection BOMDILA, Jul 6: The 82nd Birth Anniversary of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama was celebrated in various monasteries of West Kameng district on Thursday. Speaking on the occasion at Thubchog Gatseling Monastery (Lower Gompa), Bomdila, Deputy Commissioner Sonal Swaroop exhorted the people, young and...

Dree celebrated in Namsai and Aalo

ITANAGAR, Jul 6: The Dree Festival was celebrated with enthusiasm at Namsai on Wednesday. In his address, Deputy Commissioner, R K Sharma appreciated the Apatani community for preservation of age-old cultural heritage. Hardworking nature and disciplined life of Apatani community in all respect should also be followed by other communities,...

State BJP celebrates birth anniversary of Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee

ITANAGAR, Jul 6: The 116th birth anniversary of Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee, was observed by BJP Arunachal Pradesh here on Thursday at party office with full reverence and solemnity. To commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr. Mukherjee, Swaach Bharat Abhiyan and tree plantation was carried out. Tree saplings were planted...

Assembly session prorogued

ITANAGAR, Jul 6: Arunachal Pradesh Governor, in exercise of the power conferred by the sub-clause (a) of clause (2) of Arcticle 174 of the Constitution of India, has prorogued the Twelfth (one Day Special) Session of the Sixth Legislative Assembly of Arunachal Pradesh at the conclusion of its sitting...

NSCN(R) cadre apprehended

KOHIMA, Jul 6: Acting on a specific intelligence input about presence of one cadre trying to terrorize and attempting extortion, the Longding Battalion launched an operation in Mintong village of Longding district on Wednesday evening and apprehended a Self Styled Private of NSCN(R) Chawang Wangsa along with a pistol...

Union urges parents, students to get information from DHTE before seeking admission to any...

ITANAGAR, Jul 6: Arunachal Students' Union Uttarakhand (ASUU) has in a release on Thursday, urged parents of students to get prior information from the Directorate of Higher and Technical Education before getting their wards admitted to colleges or institutes of higher learning as there are many fake institutes running...

Investigation sought into shooting incident

ITANAGAR, Jul 6: Strongly condemning the Jul 2 incident wherein one Tama Haging suffered a bullet injury during a broad day light shooting by an angry driver at Ganga Sumo Counter, Itanagar Market, the Cherom Chera Welfare Society (CCWS) has in a letter to the Capital Complex Deputy Commissioner...

High fees demanded by open schools

Dear Editor, Through your daily esteem, I would like to draw the kind attention of education department regarding the corruption being practiced in name of open schooling. The National Institute of Open Schooling, an autonomous institute under the MHRD Govt of India has been set up to cater to the education...

Roads and policy

Dear Editor, A road or highway is the backbone of that regions’ prosperity. Uneven, bumpy and improper road not only leads to the heavy loss to the vehicle but also provides chances to the notorious people to do their 'deeds'. Road repairing at twin - capital complex, suburbs and even at...

The Ranganadi Hydro Electric Project

Dear Editor, The 405 MW Ranganadi Hydro Electric Project was allotted to NEEPCO with high expectation of preferential employment to the project affected people and the local people of the project area. While unemployed graduate and diploma engineers, graduates and other professionals are available in large numbers from among the...

Talks have to start yielding result

The standoff between India and China at Sikkim is escalating to a dangerous level. China has upped the ante and said that "the atmosphere is not right" for a formal or bilateral meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping when they gather for the G20...
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