Kurung Kumey Students stage dharna in protest against Govt decision on PDS
CM assures to reconsider govt order
ITANAGAR, Aug 30: All Kurung Kumey District Students’ Union staged a peaceful dharna
at Niti Vihar/ Chief Minister Official residence tri-junction today in protest against
the state government’s decision to reintroduce head load carriage system of Public
Distribution System (PDS) items in various parts of Kurung Kumey district.
Students from university, colleges and some in their school uniform shouted slogans
and displayed banners and posters demanding immediate cancellation of government
Demanding immediate cancellation of head load carriage system of PDS in the district,
the agitators were further demanding resumption of air dropping of PDS items and
other essential ration commodities and proper specification of motor-able and non-motorable
areas in Kurung Kumey District.
Meanwhile, Union informed that Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu has assured to reconsider
the recent order of head loads carriage system of PDS in different destination of
the district and conduct a round table discussion on September 14 at his office residence.
The team will consist of Chief Minister, AKKDSU executive members, four elected
representatives along with ZPM Chairperson of the district and departmental heads.
AKKDSU further appreciating the immediate decision of the Chief Minister for the
welfare of the people of Kurung Kumey District, however, threatened that it would
agitate further if the CM fails to execute his assurances.
Damin Parsi-Parlo Youth Organisation also lamented the decision of the government.
It further highlighting about the acute shortage of food items and malnutrition
related diseases in the area appealed the government to depute medical team with
sufficient medicine. It expressed the hope that the MLAs and Panchayat leaders of
the area will initiate steps for the development and betterment of the people.
Nyapin, Sangram, Phassang Students’ Union (NSPSU) while supporting the demand of
the All Kurung Kumey District Students’ Union for air-dropping of the PDS item appealed
the Govt to bring in a solution to the matter as soon as possible.
Forest official crack down on hunters, seizes weapons
ITANAGAR, Aug 30: Forest authorities have seized three Guns, 12 bore cartridges,
ten Lead bullets and gun powder and wildlife meat from Pagla Top area of Eaglenest
Wildlife Sanctuary while carrying out routine patrolling duty over the area yesterday.
All efforts are on to arrest suspect accused namely Tapong Puroik and Nyare Waro.
A case has been registered under section 09, 27, 29, 31, 34 & 39 of Wildlife (Protection)
Act’1972 by the Divisional Forest Officer, Pakke Wildlife Sanctuary & Tiger Reserve,
The seized guns, other tools used in commission of offence has been confisticated
within the provision of section 39 (d) of Wildlife (Protection) Act’1972. The seized
wildlife meat has been destroyed under order of court. While a sample of Gaur (Bos
frontalis) meat which was seized has been sent to forensic lab for DNA test and confirmation.
The team of officials included Tana Tapi, ADCF, DFO of Pakke Wildlife Sanctuary
& Tiger Reserve and Kushal Hazarika, FR, Range Officer, Sunderview Wildlife Range
along with five other personnel.
The authorities had earlier booked 12 men including government employees under the
provision of wild life Act.
ABK threatens to protest against Apang arrest
AdiSu rejects government clarification
ITANAGAR, Aug 30: Adi Baane Kebang, the Apex Body of the Adis while taking strong
exception to the procedure used in the arrest of former Chief Minister Gegong Apang
has threatened to launch protest in all Adi inhabited areas if the complaint lodged
to the concerned authorities do not yield result within a reasonable time.
It has demanded a magisterial enquiry on whole episode regarding arrest of the former
It further called for equal treatment of all concerned in its meeting held yesterday.
In the meeting, it unanimously condemned the manner and ways the former Chief Minister
Gegong Apang was arrested by SP SIC M.S.Chauhan.
In a press release, it has said that it was ‘brought to the notice of ABK that there
are all together 90 accused in the case out of which some are Legislators, high ranking
Officers and kits and kins of legislators. Many of the accused have not been arrested
and those arrested were not required for police remand’.
ABK questioned the “pick and choose” manner used in detention of Apang.
“As confirmed, Apang was served first police summon for appearance on 15-8-2010 which
was deferred to 20-8-2010 on his request. On 20-8-2010 he appeared but M.S.Chauhan
was away in Delhi but the IO gave 64 questionnaires and next date was fixed on 11-09-2010
but in the evening at 6.30 PM he was served with another summon re-fixing the date
on 24-8-2010. In the summon letter it was alleged that he is not co-operating with
the investigation. On 24-8-2010 he appeared with written statements to all the questionnaires
but he was arrested for non admission of the allegations and non cooperation with
the investigation. He was arrested without Arrest warrant and straightway taken to
Lakhimpur” it said.
ABK further noted that before the police remand the prisoners van was brought.
“Chauhan pulled out the driver of Apang and drove the vehicle himself. Inside the
vehicle he showed his service arm to Apang. After police remand he patted Apang on
his shoulder and said " Mr. Apang you are with me for 7 days. You be good to me I
will also be good to you" before pushing him inside the vehicle’ ABK said.
It further said that Apang refused medical cheek up before production but whole day
from 10 AM to 8 PM he was not given food. A senior citizen in such circumstances
complained of chest pain in the evening. Instead of taking him to hospital he was
taken to Naharlagun and Itanagar Police station. Only after civil society intervened,
he was taken to R. K. Mission Hospital, ABK said.
Meanwhile Adi Students Union (AdiSU) Itanagar Unit has rejected the clarification
given by government spokesperson Jarbom Gamlin in which he had said that government
had no role in the arrest of former Chief Minister Gegong Apang.
The Union asked “If state Govt. has no role in investigating the PDS Scam and SP
SIC M S Chauhan is lonely responsible for the arrest of former Chief Minister, then
who were the authority that appointed him. The fact is that controlling authority
is the state govt and MS Chauhan was appointed by the state Govt”. It further said
that Chauhan was handpicked and is a puppet of the present Congress Govt in the state.”
It further said that the manner in which the former Chief Minister was arrested is
“purely politically motivated, pre-planned and smacks of political vendetta”. If
it was not the case why Apang alone was arrested that too without issuing any notice
or arrest warrant, it asked while wanting to know what had happened of those accused
in the PDS scam.
It further said that the Chief Minister has to clarify to the people of the state
on the whole issue while adding that all needed to be treated equally as per the
It further called on the Govt. to immediately suspend and transfer MS Chauhan and
remove him from SIC for misbehaving with the former CM. It alleged that SP was incapable
to handle such a major case. The Union further demanded that PDS scam be handed over
to CBI for fair and independent probe while adding that SIC is not competent authority
to probe the case as it has become an agency to be used by some men in power.
Villager construct offices, quarters at Silsango
ITANAGAR, Aug 30: The villagers of Silsango circle conducted a three-day social service
from August 26-28 last.
During the social service Puyu Panchayat constructed a Circle Officer Quarter while
Pai Panchayat constructed Circle Officer Office and Badha Panchayat constructed Circle
Officer staff barrack under the initiatives of ASMs of the three Panchayats.
Meanwhile, Silsango development committee was constituted with ZPM Nabam Bate, ASM
Taw Nikam and Nabam Tali as Chief Patron, Chairman and General Secretary respectively
to supervise the developmental activities and tackle the local problems of the newly
established Circle Headquarter, Silsango.
SSA teachers threatens pen down
ITANAGAR, Aug 30: All Arunachal Pradesh Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Teachers’ Association
AASSATA has served 15 days ultimatum to Govt in favour of its demand for regularization
of SSA teachers on seniority basis.
The Association said their ultimatum comes in to force from Sept 1 and threatened
that it would resort to series of pen down strike from Sept 16 if the Govt does not
pay heed to its demand within given period of time.
In its ultimatum addressed to Education Minister, the Association resented that despite
assurance of 75 per cent reservation for A/T posts and 25 per cent for J/T posts
for SSA teachers, the Govt failed to regularize any SSA senior teacher till date.
Even several representations to the Govt for regularization did not yield results,
the ultimatum said.
Services of many contractual appointments under various departments have been regularized
without re-interview, the Association claimed and demanded that services of senior
SSA teachers also be regularized on similar line without further delay. It said mere
assurance and announcement are not enough, there should be prompt action to materialize
GREF manhandles FGA executive Director
ITANAGAR, Aug 30: The Executive Director of Future Generation Dr Tage Kano was manhandled
today by the GREF officials at Ziro. The incident occurred at Tajang village when
Dr Kano was heading back to his car along with his wife and daughter after some purchases
at the canteen.
The GREF personnel snatched the keys of his car and pulled him out of his car. The
personnel allegedly gheraod Dr Kano and manhandled him in front of his wife and the
An FIR has been lodged at the Ziro Police station.
On the other hand, the GREF authorities were unavailable for comments.
ALSU demands arrest of all accused
ITANAGAR, Aug 30: All Arunachal Law Students Union said that law should be equal
for all while demanding arrest of all politicians, contractors and officer involved
in the multi crore PDS scam. The Union while appreciating the arrest of former Chief
Minister Gegong Apang, has however, condemned the procedure used by the SIC in his
arrest. It said that every citizen has equal right to protection before the law.
Union further appealed the government not to pay the PDS contractors for Hills Transport
Subsidy from the money received from Hydro power and said that many contractors
had submitted false bills without supplying the food items. It further said that
upfront money received from hydro power should be used for development of the state.
Five Arunachalees arrested in Assam, Union demands action
ITANAGAR, Aug 30: The arrest of 5 Arunachalee youth at Chapakhowa in Tinsukia district
of Assam is turning out to be another matter which is souring the already deteriorating
relation between two states. It is to be noted that five youth were arrested yesterday
after they allegedly got into an altercation with locals.
Talking to this daily, Taba Taku, who had contested Lok Sabha and elder brother of
one Taba Tadhe Goyang, an advocate, who is one of the arrestee, explained in detail
the entire sequence of event.
“Case is related to one Arunachalee woman, who had got married to a local man of
Shantipur, Assam. The family feud had led to problem and for that this hearing was
necessitated. Local hearing was conducted at Roing and finally verdict was declared
in favour of Arunachalee woman. After this the boys who had attended the hearing
were returning to Itanagar, when they were attacked at Chowpakhowa,” informed Taba
He further added, “It was a pre-planned attack. After hearing at Roing got over,
they went back to Assam and planned this attack. Mob of more 200 people had attacked
them with stones, catapult and even looted money. In self defence they took out ‘dao’
and tried to scare them away.” The mob damaged two cars and almost tried to lynch
the Arunachalees but timely intervention of Assam police saved their life. Of the
five, two is reportedly seriously injured. “We appreciate Assam police for their
prompt action. We also take opportunity to thank Arunachal police specially our IGP,
Lower Dibang Valley SP and DIGP East Robin Hibu. Further we urge Assam government
to provide enough security as locals may again try to attack the arrested Arunachalee
boys,” said Taku.
Meanwhile taking serious notes on non release of 5 Arunachalee youth at Chowpakhowa,
All Nyishi Students Union (ANSU) demanded state government for their early intervention
in this matter and take up the matter with their Assam counter part. ANSU urged public
and students organizations of Mishing community of the area to allow Arunachlee youth
to be released on bail from police custody for further medical treatment. It has
been reported that locals are pressurizing authority not to give bail to the Arunachalees.
Union has further requested students union and others NGOs of Assam not to indulge
in economic blockade for even a minor incident. Just to popularize their student
unions and NGOs, the small incidents should not be made into state issue, ANSU said.
Recent economic blockade against people of Tirap and Changlang district by Assam
based organizations is not in the spirit of humanity, the Union added.
All Papum Pare District Students Union (APPDSU) has urged Assam authority to immediately
release five Arunachalee youth arrested at Chowpakhawo. Terming their arrest as unfortunate,
APPDSU has called up on Assam authorities to arrest those people who tried to kill
Arunachalee youth in a mob attack. As whole attack was pre-planned, all the people
involve should be arrested and put behind the bar, APPDSU demanded.
Pre-Solung festival at RGU
RONO HILLS, Aug 30: The ambience in the Rajiv Gandhi University today wore a festive
look with the young man and women swaying to the rhythmic ponung chants amplified
by jingling of sondorong (brass wraparound at waist), tampirang (silver ornament
worn around neck by women),
Dressed in traditional attires –Galuk, dudap (beads worn by the male) and Gale,
the students, lecturers and public alike thronged in large number at the Auditorium
Hall here just to lose themselves in the festivity.
The Pre-Solung Festival Celebration was organsied by the Adi Students Union, RGU.
Attending as chief guest, Dr Tangor Tapok, President BJP State unit, emphasized on
proper documentation of rich culture and tradition of the Adi community in order
to preserve it for posterity.
Dr Tapak lauded RGU students for organizing the festival in the centre of highest
learning in the State in a befitting manner and hoped that the endeavour of the “young
minds” to preserve the age old tradition showered to them by their ancestors will
be continued in coming days too. The Chief Guest, however, regretted over the inappropriate
timing of 12 hours bandh call by Adisu in Pasighat recently.
“The bandh was called at inappropriate time when the members of Adi community are
usually busy preparing for the Solung festival, the main festival of Adi.” He opined
that differences could be sorted through constructive dialogues over any issue. Prof.
T Mibang, RGU Vice Chancellor incharge said that the Pre-Solung festival in the University
is a humble efforts by the students to highlight few aspects of Adi culture, tradition
and heritage. He wished Solung Festival would bring peace and prosperity through
out the State.
Urging the students to take optimum use of their stay in the RGU, Tobom Dai, AAPSU
Spokesperson said that the students here are chosen one among their respective communities
hence they should know their responsibilities and serve their community when they
pass out from here. On the occasion, David Gao, Gold Medalist in Political Science,
Ratna Tayeng, Gold Medalist in Tribal Studies were felicitated by the organizing
ATI training on office rule and procedures begins
ITANAGAR, Aug 30: A week-long training on ‘office rule and procedures’ for LDCs,,
UDCs/Assistants of Arunachal Pradesh Civil Secretariat Administration and Heads of
Department of both Itanagar and Naharlagun got underway at Administrative Training
Institute (ATI), Naharlagun today.
Addressing the participants, ATI Director (training), Pema Tshetan reminded the participants
of their vital role in maintaining office up-to-date. Describing them as the proper
custodian of office records and documents, the director, however, cautioned that
lack of sound knowledge on office rules and procedures could hinder works, according
to ATI release.
Exhorting them to demonstrate higher level of vision, ability and honesty in discharging
their duties, the director, at the same time, observed that at times staff members
are under pressure to do "illegal at the behest of the superior." But, one should
obey rules & regulations and avoid such mistakes, he said.
Earlier, Deputy Director T Lodo, who is also the course director, highlighted the
course content and informed the participants about the basic objective of the training
programme which aims to equip, update knowledge of the officials about the latest
office rules and procedures and to understand their duties and responsibilities more
As many as 44 officials are attending the training.
ITANAGAR, Aug 30: Teaching fraternity of Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya, Siyum,
parents and students under the banner of Orphan Trust Society (OTS) have cleared
the jungles on the link road of the school through mass social service in Siyum circle
on Aug 21 last.
Earlier, Parents Teachers Association (PTA) of the school was formed in general
meeting where in the both the teachers and parents exchange their ideas for improvement
of education scenario and congratulated the toppers of internal board examination
2009-10. OTS chairman Tapa Baki distributed hostel materials to the students during
ASUCC supports AYA
ITANAGAR, Aug 30: Apatani Students’ Union Capital Complex Itanagar pledged support
to the demand of Apatani Youth Association (AYA) to grant Autonomy to Ziro-I under
Lower Subansiri district, according Organizing Committee release.
While supporting the demand, the students union said that autonomy for Ziro-I is
a timely demand for bringing rapid development to the area which is deprived from
its due share in development front due to constant pressure created on government
by some groups. It appealed to the Government not to succumb to pressure of such
groups in decision making as many government establishment which are supposed to
come up in Ziro-I area have been snatched away, claimed the students union. It also
described poor health and education facilities in Ziro-I which needs govt’s urgent
BMWSAP chalks out annual plan
ITANAGAR, Aug 30: The Bishnupriya Manipuri Welfare Society of Arunachal Pradesh (BMWSAP)
has formulated plan and policies of the Society here recently.
In its first executive body meeting of the society it was resolved to preserve and
promote the culture and traditions of the community in bigger way. Society also decided
to help explore latent talent of the students and felicitate the brilliant students
of the community in its annual general body meeting.
Meanwhile, the Society appointed Brajogopal Sinha as its president while Rakhal Mishra
(formerly president) has been elevated to the post of advisor.
SF8 from Octobor 2nd week: OC
ITANAGAR, Aug 30: The first ever State Club Football League, christened State Super
Football 8 (SF8), will be organized from the second week of October, 2010.
The main aim of the tournament, which is being organized for the first time in Arunachal
Pradesh following All India Football Federation (AIFF) guidelines and instructions,
is to tap latent football talents of both rural and urban areas and expose them at
For the convenient of the proposed football league, all the 16 districts has been
divided into four zones with champion club of each zone qualifying for the state
league. Zonal level league would be organized in identified districts while the grand
finale (State level league) will be conducted at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, Naharlagun.
The tournament is being organized under the banner of Arunachal Football Association.
Time to stop double standards in the name of people
Ajay K. Tripathy
With the advancement of science & technology, especially the information technology,
now many are not prepared to believe that public memory is short. However, some politicians
need to understand that they can no longer fool people by using that old tactics.
Take the example of congress party’s view on naxalism which is a major challenge
in contemporary society and we find that two senior leaders, Mr. P. Chidambaram and
Mr. Digvijay Singh, have drawn parallel lines by airing the views regarding their
so called solution for the naxalite problem. By doing this they put their party in
safe-side, but not the common people. Likewise, this kind of scenario had been observed
after Babri Masjid demolition or even naming whether former Prime Minister of Home
Minister should be held responsible for allowing Mr. Anderson to leave India when
thousands were suffering in Bhopal.
Now the centre of attention is the rejection of Vedanta’s bauxite mining proposal
at Niyamgiri of Orissa by the Ministry of Environment & Forests (MOEF), Government
of India. In fact, the proposal was submitted by the State Government to the Central
Government which is considered as a formality in a federal system of governance.
And suddenly Jairam Ramesh has become a hero, from zero, which is also recognized
by Rahul Gandhi as he fully took the advantage of present situation and did not lose
time to visit Niyamgiri. After Jairam’s comment at China to seek China’s technical
support for help constructing mega dams at Arunachal Pradesh and mentioning noble
laureate Dr. R. K. Pachauri or his organisation as alarmist for their views on the
melting of Himalayan glaciers; the Minister faced some embarrassment both in Government
& party. Maybe Mr. Ramesh would be a happy man now, as his latest action suits the
congress party to a great extent at least to put the BJD in trouble during next election.
Moreover, Naveen Patnaik’s gamble on rejecting Bt brinjal has virtually become a
boomerang for him which may affect the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Orissa
that are essential for the socio-economic development of State(s) in a globalised
world. As usual Mr. Ramesh formed a committee and took its help to reject bauxite
mining proposal at Orissa; and no one should be surprised if a high-power committee
recommends in favour of Bt brinjal cultivation in India in near future.
The fact of the matter is that an intelligent Minister knows how to get the things
done through committees. Then what about the eight-member expert committee of IIT
Guwahati, Dibrugad university and Guwahati university that categorically recommends
to reduce the height of mega dam which is likely to be constructed in Assam and Arunachal
Pradesh border? Why the same minister informed the Rajya Sabha recently "I can't
become the minister to stop all projects."? Why the MOEF is not accepting the protests
against mega dams seriously when they take place in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh?
More interestingly why Mr. J. B. Pattnaik, present Assam Governor & former Orissa
Chief Minster, is silent?. Can’t Mr. Pattnaik convince Mr. Ramesh to adopt the same
formula as North East is more vulnerable to earthquake, floods, landslide, cloudburst,
etc.? Few activists may be happy now over the Vedanta-mining verdict of MOEF, however,
what has happened to the movements led by Baba Amte, Medha Patkar, Sunderlal Bahuguna,
etc. against the failure of the same ministry to protect the rights of indigenous
and displaced people?
No one should be surprised if one day Mukesh Ambani, or his close companies, gets
the nod of union government for bauxite mining at Niyamgiri, Orissa. In fact, the
internal chemistry of some industrialists and politicians are better than water &
milk. Me and Dr. N. C. Saxena were at Kathmandu in November, 2009 to participate
in a workshop that was organized by the Asian Development Bank and few UN agencies;
so, next time when I would meet him I may put few questions amidst all the things
happening after the MOEF accepted the four-member committee’s report which Dr. Saxena
chaired. I may ask him is he satisfied with the work done by the Governments of different
parties to help protect the interests of the tribes in and around Niyamgiri? Why
Kalahandi, Bolangir & Koraput (KBK) region of Orissa is still considered as one of
the very backward pockets in country? What would happen to the common people in upper
Assam as well as Adi, Nyishi, Monpa, Apatani, Galo, Mishmi, Tagin and several other
tribes of Arunachal Pradesh once the mega dams are built on Siang, Subansiri, Lohit
and Kameng rivers which are the tributaries of mighty Brahmaputra? (The contributor
is former Senior Manager of VHAI , he can be contacted at email@example.com
Best AWW awardee felicitated
ITANAGAR, Aug 30: The staff under ICDS Project at Koloriang felicitated Bengia Yamang,
the recipient of best state level Anganwadi Worker Award (AWW), at a function organized
at Conference Hall Koloriang. She was presented with a pair of traditional dresses
and local Dopin on the occasion by chief guest T Messar, EAC and i/c deputy commissioner
Kurung Kumey district.
Speaking on the occasion, Yamang exhorted Anaganwadi workers and helpers to work
sincerely for effective implementation of ICDS programme at village level for the
benefit of poor and needy children.
Koloriang CDPO Ringu Kama highlighted the role of Awanganwadi workers and helpers
in successful implementation of ICDS programme. He also spoke about six packages
under the project and advised them to stay in their respective Anganwadi centres.
The programme was attended by 145 AWW/ helpers and staff of the CDPO.
CRPF efforts for Khonsa
ITANAGAR, Aug 30: The 36th battalion, CRPF deployed at Khonsa, today inaugurated
a training centre for imparting training in tailoring.
Sanand Kamal, Commandant 36 BN, CRPF inaugurated the centre and he told that a 15
days familiarization training would be given to women of Bera gaon and Jedua village
where the CRPF had been distributed sewing machines and its all accessories with
a view of uplift the economic condition of the village women.
Apart from the beneficiaries of those places, women of nearby villages can also take
part in the training.
Dr. Abha Kamal, the president of CWWA of 36 BN, CRPF was present among others.
ITANAGAR, Aug 30: The school authority of government middle school, Nitivihar, Itanagar
along with School Management Committee and Parents jointly conducted a social service
at School premises recently.
The School authority appreciated Additional town magistrate Talo Potom for his visit
to the school during social service.
Meanwhile Potom advised the parents and the SMC to continue its supports to the school
and assured to provide a dust bin outside the school.
SMC Chairman Tai Chali also assured to appraise the school problems to the state
government for further development of the school.
ITANAGAR, Aug 30: All Arunachal Commerce Students’ Association (AACSA) conducted
its executive body meeting yesterday.
During the meeting, the members discussed about job reservation system for commerce
students in all the commerce related jobs, establishment of Commerce College in the
state and adequate posting of Commerce teachers in all the school having commerce
ITANAGAR, Aug 30: In order to help proper disposal of condemned vehicles and scrap
materials, an organization called West Siang District Scrap Union have been formed
with Mindo Ado as president and Ligo Basar as general secretary respectively.
CHANGLANG, Aug 30: The three from Rajanagar village, wanted in a case of manhandling
of some boys from Bisa village on Aug 13 is reported to have surrendered at the Bordumsa
Police Station on Aug 26. They were subsequently released on bail. However, Bordumsa
circle is still under 144CrPC.
ITANAGAR, Aug 30: Hillang Nima and Hura johny have been newly elected as a President
and General Secretary of Pachin Youth Club (PYC).
Union demands full-fledged DFDO
ITANAGAR, Aug 30: All Papum Pare District Students’ Union has appealed the higher
authorities of the fisheries department for immediate posting of full-fledged fishery
development officer in Papum Pare district to look into the activities of the department.
The union in a release today said that fish farmers of the district are facing lot
of problems as the department in the district is being run by incharge DFDO. The
need of the hour is appointment of full-fledged DFDO for implementation of available
fishery schemes for the beneficiaries, the union said.
Doctors appeal for report
ITANAGAR: Arunchal Pradesh Doctor’s Association (APDA) appealled to the Govt. to
expedite the submission of one man inquiry committee to inquire into the incident
of assault on Dr Tana Talin Tara, MO, Leporiang. It said that report should be submiited
soon so that it may be reviewed by the doctor community and decide on necessary follow-up
Workshop on NCSC
ITANAGAR: Arunachal Pradesh State Council for Science and Technology, Itanagar is
going to organize a day-long state level resource persons’ orientation training workshop
on National Children’s Science Congress (NCSC) at Science Centre I G Park here on
Master trainers will impart training to the resource persons from the districts.
Accordingly the trained resource persons will carry forward the NCSC activities in
their respective district on the theme “Land resources: Use for prosperity, save
‘Root out corruption’
ITANAGAR: Tassar Mangha Charitable Society (TMCS) has appealed the people of the
state to stand together to root out corruption from top to bottom.
While discussing the rampant corruption in the state on Aug 28, the society demanded
arrest of all the accused involved in the PDS case and also demanded seizure of
their properties. Pointing out the arrest of former Chief Minister Gegong Apang,
the society said it is a turning point for all the departments to stand up against
The society called for concerted effort to remove economic disparity in the society
and root out corruption before it is too late.