Citizens call for separation of judiciary from executive
ITANAGAR, Apr 26: The government of Arunachal Pradesh has so far refused to abide
by the Centre’s notification suggesting separation of Judiciary from executive. Not
surprisingly people of the state are not happy with the current situation and it
has led a group of concerned citizens together with lawyer fraternities and member
of Arunachal Law Student’s Union (ALSU) to organize a one-day discussion on urgent
need of separating judiciary from executive in Arunachal.
The program saw participation of people from various walks of life including citizens
who have been victim of politician-executive nexus.
Starting the discussion, ALSU president PL Murtem informed that even though notification
has been issued by Centre regarding separation of judiciary from executive, state
government does not seem to be in any hurry. “In our state people with no legal background
are holding powers of judiciary. This is where real problem arises. Government need
to take more concrete steps so that judiciary is being handled by people with basic
knowledge of law,” said ALSU president.
Well known scholar and lecturer of RGU, Nani Bath said that very idea of democracy
has been defeated in Arunachal by non separation of judiciary from executive. “In
Arunachal Deputy Commissioner is like king as they yield immense power which includes
both judiciary and administration. And they are being controlled by politicians.
So, it becomes very difficult for ordinary citizens to expect fair justice from these
magistrates,” said Nani Bath.
Many speakers during the day dwelt on the issue of executive being influenced by
politicians thereby diminishing any hope of free and fair justice for the ordinary
citizens. Concerned citizen fear that if judiciary is not made independent, people
of Arunachal can never expect justice.
In Arunachal, executive has been conferred with all the judicial powers and often
citizens complained that they give decision under political influence. Judiciary
which is the part of three pillar of democracy along with executive and legislature
is almost non-existent in state.
Legendary politician late Bakin Pertin has once popularly described Arunachal as
“Land of Khusi Khusi”. While for many the description may sound hilarious but late
leader has illustrated the painful picture of how our society functions. Apart from
numerous other reasons, it is weak judiciary system of state which has made this
state a “Land of Khushi Khushi. The fear of law does not exist among citizens as
anybody can get away even after committing the most heinous crime easily.
After a daylong deliberation, a committee was formed with ALSU general secretary
Kipa Kanam as convenor and Nabam Tagam as patron to work for separation of judiciary
from executive and thereby restoring power of judiciary in hand of judges who has
real knowledge of law.
Others present at the day were JK Ribba General Secretary PPA, Nabam Tagam, chairman
All Arunachal Contractor Welfare Association, Taba Taku contestant for Lokh Sabha
seat, Nabam Tado vice-president APPDSU, Japon Lowang representative of Arunachal
Citizens Right along with many other concerned citizens and practicing lawyers. All
the people present during the meet felt that there is urgent need of separation of
judiciary from executive for free and fair justice delivery.
Hydro Projects undertaken after due consultation with elected representatives: Gamlin
ITANAGAR, Apr 26: Against the 117 hydro-electric projects allotted till March 30,
2010 with the total installed capacity of 38,395.90 MW, a sum of Rs 1150.06 crore
has been received as upfront payment including processing fees from various power
developers, including CPSUs, informed Govt spokesperson Jarbom Gamlin in a press
He further said that all the projects were allotted to the power developers after
due consultation and recommendation from the elected representatives of project areas.
Gamlin said that out of the 117 projects, 8 have been allotted to CPSUs aggregating
8735 MW, 14 were awarded to IPPs through competitive bidding processes and 4 projects
have been taken up by the state government on joint venture mode with other companies.
The rest of the projects, totaling 91, were allotted to various IPPs on MOA route
in strict adherence to the provisions of the Hydro Power Policy in force of the state
Gamlin said the upfront money amounting to Rs 1150.06 crore received from the developers,
also includes accrued interest amount of Rs 12.16 crore and Rs 7.52 crore as 2nd
installment of upfront money.
Out of the upfront premium of Rs 1150.56 crore, Rs 1142.90 crore has been deposited
with the State exchequer and Rs 7.16 crores with the SBI, Itanagar as FD in the govt
account and to be deposited in the State exchequer on maturity, informed the govt
spokesperson, adding that a ‘white paper’ in this regard is on the offing.
His statement came after the state NCP unit stated that the government had signed
121 MOAs with power developers and received a whopping Rs 102792.89 lakhs from them
as processing fee and upfront payment till December 31, 2009had on April 23.
Tang Memorial Soccer Tournament
Kurung Kumey, Lower Subansiri register wins
ITANAGAR, Apr 26: Three times champions Kurung Kumey and Lower Subansiri began their
Tadar Tang Memorial Football campaign with wins at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, Naharlagun
While Kurung Kumey beat East Kameng 3-1 in the first match of the day Lower Subansiri
outplayed East Siang by equal margin in the second match.
After a barren first half, Kurung Kumey’s Dare Takar struck the first goal for his
team in 45th minutes. However the team’s lead short-lived as Mohan Sangbio restored
parity within a couple of minutes. In the meantime, an East Kameng player donning
the jersey number six was booked for rough tackling.
Kurung Kumey doubled their score in the 74th minute through Kale Sonam and finally
sealed the victory in their favour by scoring another goal (3-1) few seconds before
the final hooter again by Dare Takar. In the second match, coming from behind Lower
Subansiri scored three successive goals to defeat East Siang.
Although East Siang was leading the match 1-0 in the first half with help of a self-goal
by rival goalkeeper five minutes into the match, Lower Subansiri neutralized the
score within few seconds from the beginning of the second half through Tage Tath.
After that there was no looking back for the re-surged Lower Subansiri, who took
over the total control of the match from East Siang.
While Bamin Tatung found the net 63 minutes into the match, Tage’s 79th minute strong
footer not only rested in the net but also sealed the fate of East Siang.
Changlang will play their first match tomorrow against Capital Complex, who lost
to Papum Pare in the opening match yesterday and Lower Dibang Valley will meet East
Kameng in the second match.
Sakya Thrizin Rinpoche to give discourse at Itanagar
NAHARLAGUN, Apr 26: Sakya Thrizin Rinpoche from Rajpur Dehradun, Uttrakhand is arriving
in Itanagar April 28 next.
The Rinpoche, who is an expert polyglot will deliver talks on teachings of Lord Buddha
and Buddhist philosophy at a function at Vivekananda Hall, R.K.Mission, at 05.30
p.m organized by Itanagar Buddhist Cultural Society (IBCS).
The members of IBCS and Theravada Buddhist Society (TBS) will traditionally receive
His Holiness Rinpoche at Naharlagun Helipad on his arrival from Tawang.
Earlier, Rinpoche visited Bomdila, Dirang, Rupa, Tenzingang, Kalaktang and Tawang.
He is likely to leave Itanagar for Tezu the next day morning according to IBCS sources.
Organisations engage in tug-of-war on NIT
ITANAGAR, Apr 26: The Kameng Region Students’ Coordination Committee (KRSCC) has
appealed all the civil societies and public of the state to cooperate for establishment
of the proposed NIT at Bhalukpong.
The Committee informed that the consultative coordination meeting of the civil societies
of East Kameng, West Kameng and Tawang districts in a recent meeting held under the
banner of the KRSCC at Bhalukpong had elaborate discussion on the establishment
of the NIT at Dedzeling.
The proposed site has sufficient land voluntarily donated by the people of three
districts in general and Aka community in particular, well connected with NH 52,
nearest railway station at Bhalukpong and airport facilities, the meeting observed.
The societies further appealed the state Govt for the equivalent development packages
and to properly verify the feasibilities of the every proposed site of the NIT before
taking any haphazard decision in larger interest of the region in particular and
the state as a whole, the KRSCC said in a release.
On the other hand, reiterating the demand for establishment of NIT in state Capital,
All Papum Pare District Students’ Union (APPDSU) today said that Jote in Capital
is proper location for the proposed institute.
Papum Pare being the Capital of the state, NIT at Capital district will be beneficial
for students of all districts of the state. Not only the students of different parts
of the state, but the students from other states of the country will also be able
to pursue their study at Jote in a peaceful atmosphere with proper infrastructure,
the union said.
Stating that the union has never opposed development of any other district, the APPDSU
said that Capital district which accommodates the people from each district needs
development as it represents true development of the state.
Requesting the state Govt to take a wise decision for establishment of NIT at Jote,
the union said that the site proposed for NIT at Bhalukpong is an elephant corridor
under Khelong reserve forest. Instead of trying to de-reserve Bhalukpong reserve,
Govt should think about state capital which is a proper location for the proposed
institute, the union said and threatened to launch democratic agitation if their
demand is met.
GBs trained on administration of justice in East Siang
PASIGHAT, Apr 26: Training on administration of justice system as per Assam Frontier
(Administration of Justice) Regulation, 1945 was imparted to GBs in East Siang district.
The training was conducted zone-wise by the East Siang District administration at
Pasighat, Ruksin, Boleng, Pangin, Koyu and Nari. It was started on 24th March last
at Pasighat Town Club and concluded on 25th of April at Nari.
The aim of the training program was to familiarize with the various provisions of
the Assam Frontier (Administration of Justice) Regulation, 1945 with a view to streamline
the administration of justice and village administration in East Siang district.
Altogether 406 GBs have been trained be a team led by DC Onit Panyang and Advocates
Tonning Pertin, Taber Tamuk, Raising Jamoh, Mark Yirang, Geeta Pangging Pao and Pai
Kakki of East Siang district.
At the last leg of the training program, the DC expressed his satisfaction and thanked
the GBs for their active participation, the resource persons and the sponsors. He
stated that such training is necessary as the village authorities have to change
their mindset and style of functioning in tune with the changing time and space.
KHONSA, Apr 26: Huaju, the most popular festival of Dadam area comprising Dadam,
Huakan, Bera, Old Kothin New Kothin, Moktowa, Laho, and Chinkoi, was celebrated with
enthusiasm and gaiety on April 24 at Dadam village. Folk dancers from all the villages
in Dadam area actively participated in the festival. Villagers, Panchayat leaders
and government employees participated in the festival. This year the theme of the
festival was ‘identity through culture’. Speaking as chief guest on the occasion
SP, Tirap Kumar Tiwari while greeting the people said that he was witnessing such
a colorful performance for the first time and urged one and all to guard their traditions
jealously for the posterity.
Hangliam Sumnyan, Wangdi Hakhun,Jitbo Aboh also spoke on the occasion. They all appealed
to the people to preserve their rich culture.
Rain continue to batter the state, one dead in Kurung Kumey
ROING, Apr 26: As floods continue to batter the state, one person is reported dead
in Leel Village under Sangram Circle, Kurung Kumey District on April 25 last. The
Deputy Commissioner Bidol Tayeng informed that death occurred due to a landslide.
Road communication to Kaloriang has been restored after two days for light vehicles.
However at least week’s time is required for full restoration of the road. He further
informed that portion of the road measuring upto forty meters at 136 km, a location
in between Sangram and Koloriang has been washed.
Meanwhile, Leel Village Social Welfare Society appealed the authority concerned to
provide ex-gratia to the family member of the Gangte Yasing, a victim of landslide
that occurred at Leel village
The land slide occurred at around 10.30 pm and washed away a SPT building along with
worth lakhs of household properties and also seriously injured many villagers, release
added. Parts of Anjaw, Lohit and Dibang valley, Upper Siang continue to be cut off
from rest of the state.
Roing Township continues to reel under darkness and depending on rain water for drinking
as the intake point of Deopani Hydel which is also the source of water supply was
washed away during the torrential rainfall in the last weekend. Apart from washing
away of the intake point, the diversion channel was silted with sands and gravels.
In some 4 km down from intake point, the diversion weir was blocked by big boulders
of about 7 feet diameter and the channel damaged by the landslides for about 28 metres.
Er Oseng Apum, AE Hydro Power (Civil) and Er Onyok Yirang, AE PHED along with other
officials of the departments visited the site today. Mrs Apum informed that the restoration
work will take about two months time as the department has limited staff and resources.
She said that, “the diversion channel was restored just a forth night before and
dues are still to be cleared for the work done. If no funds are provided, it will
be difficult for the department to bear the expenses for carrying out restoration
work of the intake point and diversion weir due to financial constraint”.
She informed that to carry out restoration work at the damaged site of diversion
weir, cement, sands and other materials has to be carried on head load climbing some
150 metres steep slope up to the affected site which will require extra labour.
Meagre fund upsets AOA
ITANAGAR, Apr 26: The State Government’s meagre fund allocation to Sports and Youth
Affairs Department has upset the Arunachal Olympic Association (AOA).
According to an AOA release, the department needs at least Rs 6-12 crore to meet
the annual expenditure. But, the overall fund allocation for the department never
touched Rs. Two crore which is grossly inadequate, the AOA said criticizing the state
government for providing meager funds. While reminding the state chief minister of
a memorandum submitted earlier, AOA lamented that despite of repeated pleas, the
state Govt has not taken any initiative for development the sports sector. Criticizing
the Govt for its lackadaisical attitude towards sports sector, AOA suggested the
Govt "to take que from neighbouring states like Mizoram and Nagaland where annual
fund allocation for sports is not less than 15 crore."
AOA has been demanding for adoption of sports policy, substantial increase in fund
allocation in sports department, infrastructure development, creation and filling
up vacant posts in sports and youth affairs department.
AOA, while lauding the improved performance of the state team in the recently concluded
NE Games, has decided to felicitate those players who have qualified for the Jharkhand
Establishment of old age home and drug de-addiction centers on Muskan’s radar
ITANAGAR, Apr 26: After a successful campaign all over Arunachal against breast cancer
and supporting heart surgeries for those below poverty line, the Muskan Welfare Society
has decided to pitch in its efforts for establishment of an old age home and drug
This decision was taken at a meeting today led by State First Lady Anupama Singh,
who is its President of the Society. While chalking out the plans for the next six
months, the meeting further decided to take up tree plantations, blood donation camps
and workshop on Women and Children along with many women and children target initiatives
in the next six months.
The members also decided to take up English teaching and basic computer training
Singh said that main endeavour of Muskan is to bring constructive changes in the
socio-economic sector with main focus on better healthcare and education. Whatever
may be the case, we really want to bring a smile in every Arunachalee, she added.
Interacting with the members of the MWS, in the sideline of the general body meeting,
Arunachal Pradesh Governor, Gen JJ Singh said that women of Arunachal can play a
significant role in moulding the economic and social conditions of the state.
Congratulating them for the Plantation programme as part of Clean and Green Arunachal,
Governor informed that every child in the State would be given a sapling of good
indigenous species which would be looked after by them. He said that prog would be
carried out with assistance from Forest department. Encouraging the members to work
for preservation of indigenous culture and traditions, Gen Singh said, society must
ensure that younger generations do not loss their cultural roots, which is required
for their strong foundation.
ASM Poma, Tech Yana while sharing the experiences of the successful Poma bamboo processing
unit said that apart from economic activities, the village is well connected with
Earlier, welcoming the members, MWS Secretary Mamta Riba briefed on the activities
of the Society and said that it would continue working for women empowerment, tap
local talents, create awareness on health and education.
Special Secretary Vigilance, GA and DA Swati Sharma, author Mamang Dai, Oju Mission
Chairperson Bini Yanga, Papum Pare DC Nandini Palliwal, Joint Director Education
Rongili Mibang, rights activists Gumri Ringu and Depti Toko Bengia and Vice Chairperson
Tadar Mepung Bage were among those present. (with inputs from PRO, Rajbhavan)
ITANAGAR, Apr 26: Gumkum- Gumpa, the festival of Puroik community was celebrated
at Sanchu under Chayangtajo Circle of East Kameng District recently.
On the occasion, Parliamentary Secretary, Environment & Forest Kumar Waii who was
the Chief Guest inaugurated a Government Residential Middle School at Sanchu and
released a Puroik audio cassette titled `Yarap' and assured sanction for construction
of a Forest Rest House at Sanchu village. Guest of Honour MLA Karya Bagang also released
a Puriok to English dictionary. Meanwhile, All Puroik Welfare Society submitted
a memorandum to the legislators urging for creation and appointment of a Chairman,
Puriok Welfare Commission or Project Director to monitor all the activities for upliftment
of the community. The Society expressed the hope that both the legislators and the
state government would take up immediate steps for the development and welfare of
the Puriok community.
Arunachal is replica of god’s dream world: Dabi
Ziro, Apr 26: When people world over has lost their culture and origin , Arunachal
Pradesh, still sustaining it’s original faith and culture, is the replica of
god’s dream world, said state Home Minister Tako Dabi, while addressing Arunachal
Vikas Parishad activists as the Chief Guest of the valedictory function of two Day
state Conference of Arunachal Vikas Parishad , here yesterday.
Claiming that Arunachalees have a distinct culture of their own in every aspect
of life, he said there is an immediate need to bring in a cultural revolution
in Arunachal Pradesh so as to preserve and pass on this distinct tribal culture to
the younger generations, otherwise the later generations will be searching their
culture and origins in the museums as is being done by people of some countries
who have lost their culture long ago. He advised the activists to be very sincere,
dedicated and highly hardworking and work out an specific method to preserve
and spread our culture to the outer world.
He further advised the younger generations to preserve the culture and to be very
sincere, hardworking and learn to listen carefully and comprehend what others say.
If one understand the dignity of labour and have vision success in not far.
The language culture is being eroded with the use of alien languages by our children
even at home. This should be discouraged by all, he suggested. The Minister further
pointed out that some rich people have diluted the traditional marriage system to
a great extent with presents of costly items and extravagant expenditure. This is
not in our culture and is nothing but dilution of culture and path to extinction
of our tribal culture which should not be encouraged, he said.
Lower Subansiri Deputy Commissioner, Sadhana Deori, who attended the function as
guest of Honour also advocated for preservation and documentation of traditional
culture for the younger generations.
AVP, President Nabum Atum, AVP Acting President Protik Potum, also spoke on the occasion
PAYWA demands arrest of murderer within 7 days
ITANAGAR, Apr 26: Palin Area Youth Welfare Association (PAYWA) has demanded arrest
of the alleged murderer of Dohu Raju within seven days. Raju, a student of DNGC college,
was allegedly killed by unknown miscreants at his Papu Nallah house on April 19
In a letter to Home Minister, Association said that police failed to nab the culprit
and find out the reason behind the heinous crime till date. Association threatened
that in case of failure of the authorities of nab the murderer within the given time,
it will call 36-hour bandh and boycott call at Palin circle. This would be followed
by 12 hour bandh call at Capital and indefinite boycott movement at Palin circle.
E governance for good governance
ITANAGAR, Apr 26: The state Govt has stressed on the need of e-governance at all
level of Govt machineries for prompt, transparent and accountable administration
in order to achieve the goal of good governance in the state, said Administrative
Training Institute (ATI) director (training) Pema Tshetan.
Tshetan said this while addressing the participants of the 3-day long training programme
on MS Power Point being organized for the LDC/UDC, assistants of the secretariat
and heads of departments at ATI from Today. Altogether 18 officials are participating
in the training being conducted under the 100 per cent course fee sponsorship of
DoPT, Govt of India.
It is the age of IT and computer application, the director said and called upon the
participants to take advantage of the training. He said that ATI have a target to
equip every Govt functionary particularly at the lower and middle level with proper
knowledge of computer.
ATI deputy director (Training) and course coordinator T Lodo also spoke on the occasion.
Former faculty of the NIIT Amit Das Gupta enlightened the participants on the MS
Power Point as resource person.
Weaving and designing training
ITANAGAR, Apr 26: The Subansiri Tribal Welfare Society, a Lower Subansiri District
based NGO is organizing 6 months long training programme on weaving, designing on
traditional Handloom textiles and its development at Deed, Lower Subansiri District
from April 24.
The programme is supported by Science for Equity, Empowerment & Development Division,
Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of India, New Delhi.
Addressing the trainees on the inaugural function as Chief Guest ASM Debia Sanka,
urged the beneficiaries to be sincere and dedicated while adding that rural women
have lots of potential, but due to lack of training centre they have not been able
to exploit it.
Secretary of the Society Debia Teji, highlighted the aim and objectives of the programme
and appealed every rural women to take advantage of the training with full dedication
and to cooperate with the Instructor to make training grand a success. He further
informed there would be more programs. Chairperson of the NGO Neelam Mema, advised
the trainees regarding quality and design of the product so that the product could
be sold easily in today's competitive market.
Awareness prog at remote village
ITANAGAR, Apr 26: AMYAA an NGO based a Namphai-I, Miao organized an Awareness General
Projects programme at Lower Injan under Kharsang Circle. This programme was supported
by State Social Welfare Board, Naharlagun. Altogether 19 villagers took active part
in the programme.
R. K. Paul Chawang the main facilitator of the programme informed that that the village
stills lacks road facility, basic health care system and education.
He further informed that people training pertained on SHG formation and its importance,
possible Government Schemes, NREGA, Empowerment of women. Being first programme for
the villagers, Paul assured the village community of more trainings. The possibility
of SHG formation to counter backwardness of the village was also addressed.
‘Complete JNV building soon’
ITANAGAR, Apr 26: The Doimukh Students’ Union (DSU) has appealed the authorities
to complete the on-going construction of the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV) building
at the earliest.
The JNV is running classes at the boys’ hostel of the Govt Hr Secondary School, Doimukh
making the life of hostel borders difficult, the union said.
ZPM holds up BBYK’s demand for eviction
ITANAGAR, Apr 26: Bogong Anchal Block ZPM Okom Yosung has justified the 45 days ultimatum
submitted by the Bogong Banggo Yameng Kebang (BBYK) to the East Siang district administration
for eviction of all unauthorized dwellers in the township areas.
Demanding implementation of the Public Premises (Eviction of unauthorized occupants)
Act 2003, Yosung said the people of Bogong Group (Balek Areas) donated land measuring
64,432 acres to the district administration for administrative set up, development
activities etc., but some individuals occupied the land illegally. They have not
even pared land within the compound of Govt. quarters, he added.
The ZPM demanded that rampant and unauthorized quarrying being carried out in and
around Pasighat township and mushrooming of illegal construction in the district
headquarters be checked immediately.
Yosung also supported the demand for induction of the Banggo representative as a
member in District Land Allotment Advisory Board (DLAAB) and said the eviction process
should be carried out within given time, or else, a democratic movement will be
Federation demands action
ITANAGAR, Apr 26: All Arunachal Pradesh Public Transport Federation (AAPPTF) has
urged the authorities to take action against a person who allegedly seriously injured
the driver of a Tata Sumo bearing AR 01C 3731 at Joram Top on way to Itanagar. The
Federation said that attack was carried out by a delegate of Arunachal Vikash Parishad.
The driver is reportedly admitted to Heema Hospital, Itanagar.
Chairman of the Federation Takar Goi, said that such inhuman attacks have been carried
out against drivers in the past but authorities have never taken action.
Bus service demanded
ITANAGAR, Apr 26: All Papum Poma Student’s Union has urged authorities to immediately
restore APST bus service from Itanagar to Jote on urgent basis. Union informed that
innocent publics are suffering because of non-availability of bus service especially
people with medical cases.
Union also urged authorities to arrest and punish those culprits who disturb the
bus service in this route.
MPS’s move to save Mithun
ITANAGAR, Apr 26: In order to preserve Mithun, the Mopin Preservation Society (MPS),
Itanagar in a general body meeting held on April 24 unanimously resolved that “No
Mopin Festival Committee would be allowed to sacrifice more than two Mithuns and
violators of the decision would be fined”.
The Society also constituted new Mopin Festival Celebration Committee, Itanagar for
2011. The committee would be headed by Dr Tejum Padu, Jt director of higher education
and Er Boku Basar, Asst Engineer as general secretary.
Meanwhile, the Society extended thanks to AAPSU president Takam Tatung and parliamentary
secretary Padi Richo for their contribution towards Mopin celebrations.
12 hours bandh by ANYA
ITANAGAR: Despite calls to defer the 12 hours Capital bandh, All Nyishi Youth Association
has decided to go ahead with it staring from 5 AM. The Association’s President Tarin
Nabum said that bandh will go ahead as planned as the government has failed to issue
a white paper on Annual Operating Plan. The other demand of the association is establishment
of National Institute of Technology in Jote.
ITANAGAR: The hotel owners and managers of Papum Pare district yesterday unanimously
formed an association under the title Papum Pare District Hotel Association (PPDHA)
in order to fight together against the problems being faced by hoteliers in the district.
An 11-member executive body of the PPDHA was also formed with T Taba as president,
Saji Baby vice president and Pardeep Arora as general secretary.
MEEA to stage dharna
ITANAGAR: The Malaria Eradication Employees Association (MEEA) in a letter to the
Capital DC informed that it has decided to stage a day-long dharna on April 28 in
front of the directorate of health service, Naharlagun in protest against the delay
in appointment of 59 MEEA candidates by the health department.
ITANAGAR, Apr 26: A 10-member delegation from Arunachal Cricket Association will
attend National Cricket Academy Level-O Coaches’ course at Kohima, Nagaland from
April 28 to 30.
‘Activate mobile tower’
ITANAGAR, Apr 26: Tirbin Unemployed Youth Association (TUYA), West Siang has appealed
the BSNL general manager to activate the mobile tower constructed at Tirbin circle
immediately to improve the telecom network in the area.
ITANAGAR, Apr 26: Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu has expressed his profound sorrow
over the sudden demise of Legislator Laeta Umbrey's Father Buluge Umbrey who breathed
his last yesterday morning.
ITANAGAR, Apr 26: All Arunachal Pradesh Government Departmental Labour’s Union (AAPGDLU)
has appointed Kipa Takap as president of AAPGDLU Papum Pare District unit.
Meanwhile the Capital Complex Kara Welfare Society has appointed Dambom Kena as
vice president of society.