Consultative Workshop on Export Potential Survey and Strategies begins
Efforts on to open border trade: Sena
ITANAGAR, Feb 23: Arunachal Pradesh Government is taking an all out effort for opening
of border trade with Myanmar through Pangsau Pass and through Bleeting/ Dongshengmang
with Bhutan and China, said Finance, Trade & Commerce and IPR Minister Setong Sena
while inaugurating a two-day consultative workshop on Export Potential Survey and
Strategies for Arunachal Pradesh and Training on Export Marketing Procedure and documentation
at Tourism Conference hall here today.
The programme is being organized by the Department of Trade & Commerce in collaboration
with the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), Kolkata.
Arunachal Pradesh has a unique geographical position sharing a long international
border with neighboring countries of China, Bhutan and Myanmar and can play a significant
role in enhancing the country’s total export, he said and advocated for more steady
supply of export –oriented entrepreneurs to materialize the export potential of the
state. The more entrepreneurs the state would be having, the faster the potential
would be encased, he added.
He further stressed on implementing the ‘Look East Policy’ for the North East to
open up the corridors to the South East Asian countries for promoting border trade
and transactions to these countries. Arunachal Pradesh should be a party to the Global
Village, as India is a partner in the economic growth along with other developed
nations, he said.
Stating that Arunachal Pradesh is a virgin state with huge resources, Sena felt the
need to combine its human resources with the natural resources/potentialities to
prepare a proper road map for promoting the trade and commerce sector.
The state has no history unlike other states, he said and insisted on creating history
for the future through proper policies. He said that the people of the state are
enthusiastic and ambitious which is obvious from the emerging growth of successful
local entrepreneurs and emphasized on tapping the potentials through appropriate
investment friendly policies. The Minister further asked to import technology and
other financing aspects from other developed nations to maintain the quality of the
products. He also advocated for promoting eco- friendly sectors like tea, horti-agri
products, tourism, cane-bamboo etc for sustainable development of the state, besides
using renewable resources without spoiling the forest. Appreciating the effort of
the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Kolkata in conducting study on export potentiality
for the state and training for promoting a group of export oriented entrepreneurs,
Sena hoped that the workshop would help to convert the plans into action and urged
the participants from various stake holders to take maximum benefit from the programme
and develop requisite skills for becoming successful export oriented entrepreneurs
to bring Arunachal Pradesh in the export map of India.
In his address, Thangwang Wangham, Parliamentary Secretary Trade & Commerce said
that acquaintance with the various procedures of export and import marketing is the
need of the hour. He said that though the state has abundance of exportable products
which are of high demand in the international market, these could not be exported
to competitive market owing to lack of proper policy and export-import mechanism
in the state and informed that IIFT, Kolkata has been assigned for study on export
potential and strategies for the state, adding that a clear cut policy on export
–import and proper road map of export would be taken up by the state government on
the basis of the recommendation of the study report. He said that generation of more
and more trade and commerce activities and harnessing of vast natural resources and
growth of exports are expected in the next 5-10 years period after completion of
all road projects under Trans Arunachal Highway projects and hoped that this would
raise the living standard of the people to a better and economically higher level.
Wangham further hoped that the workshop would foster a new beginning in trade and
economic activities of the state for the benefit of both the people and government.
Earlier, Dr K. Rangarajan, Centre Head IIFT, Kolkata, in his key note address gave
an outline of the Export Potential Survey conducted by IIFT to develop a road map
for trade and development in the state of Arunachal Pradesh. There are huge potentials
to explore in the state considering its vast resources, he said and emphasized on
political will along with organization force for achieving success in the sector.
Commissioner Trade & Commerce M Pertin and Director Trade & Commerce Tokong Pertin
also spoke on the occasion.
The programme, which started with lighting of ceremonial lamp by Sena, Wangham and
other dignitaries also witnessed felicitation of B.K Ghose Dastidar, former Chairman
of Arunachal Chamber of Commerce and a state silver medalist, 2010 by the department
of Trade & Commerce for his distinguished services towards establishing cooperative
sector in the state, besides being instrumental in introduction of VAT in the state.
The two day long workshop attended by representatives from various line departments,
local entrepreneurs and other stake holders would cover topics on opportunities for
exporters, export policy of GoI, formalities to be observed to start with export
business, export documentations procedures, besides discussion on action plan for
export with the faculty members from IIFT, Kolkata as resource persons. DIPR
Unions say no to big dam
ROING, Feb 23: All Assam Student Union (AASU), All Tinsukia Dist Student Union (ATDSU)
and All Idu Mishmi Student Union (AIMSU) discussed the culture of big dams in Arunachal
Pradesh and its implication in a meeting today. The organisation further resolves
to say ‘No to big Dams’ and decided to raise the issue mutually in front of the government
to review the dictatorial policy.
“Number of dams at single Dibang basin is like dumping of dams over a minority community
i.e. Idu Mishmi which can not be tolerated”, rues one of the AIMSU member.
The AASU is in support of Micro dam, big dam will cause serious impact in the integrity
in bringing demographic change, serious environment impacts and threat in the culture
and traditional life style of the people of North-East, conversed one of the member.
While urging the AASU delegate, Unti Umbrey President AIMSU said that the Apex body
like AASU should make liaison with the AAPSU to make the movement effective and call
frequent meeting to raise the common issue of both the state. Among other present
in the meet were Pradip Das Vice President, Pulok Chetia Publicity Secretary AASU,
Jatin Baruah President, Basanta Saikia Vice President ATDSU, Rawuda Mihu GS AIMSU
and other Executive Members of both AASU and AIMSU.
Dedication ceremony of Kongmu Kham
Tengapani finds its place in tourist map
Chongkham, Feb 23: Thailand Ambassador to India Krit Kraichitti has advocated for
promotion of relationship between India and Thailand. The ambassador is on a three
day visit to Chongkham to attend dedication ceremony of golden pagoda being consecrated
on February 24
Krit said that Thai and Khamptis have affinities in culture and tradition. With the
spread of Buddhism , the area will attract tourist from Buddhist country of South
East Asia and strengthen relationship between both the countries. He assured help
and assistant of government of Thailand in promotion of Buddhist culture and tradition.
Krit who was accompanied by his wife Mrs Korbkit Kraichitti and counselor of Thai
Embassy donated a Buddha staute, and chivara(yellow robe) for monks on the occasion.
Three day consecration ceremony of golden pagoda at Tengapani near Chongkham began
with installation of golden umbrella atop the pagoda amidst religious fervor on February
Situated at left bank of Teeng river along NH 52A, the pagoda was constructed by
PHED Minister Chowna Mein and being dedicated to the people. The pagoda will be
enshrined with Buddha relics during the three day ceremony. Mein conceived the proposal
during his visit to Thailand in 1995. The pagoda will house centre Buddhist study
and research. Apart from spiritual teaching it will also impart formal education,
Tai script with particular emphasis to girl child.
Meanwhile a consignment of 3,000 books on Buddhism is being sent from Malaysia for
the centre. The centre would be an Institute of cultural research and work on folklore
and folks song which are losing first due to advent modernity.
Over 200 monks from different parts of the country and Thailand, Myanmar, Singapore
and Malaysia based in Buddh Gaya and Sarnath have already arrived to attend the ceremony.
Besides the local population thousands of devotes from neighboring Asom and Myanmar
thronged the festival ground to witness the sacred ceremony. Release of fire balloon,
floating lamps, religious procession and cultural function were other highlights
of the celebration.
Mild earthquake rocks Assam
ITANAGAR, Feb 23: An earthquake measuring 4.0 on the Richter scale rocked Assam Tuesday,
triggering panic among residents.
According to the Regional Seismological Centre in Meghalaya's capital Shillong, the
tremor was felt at 12.26 p.m in most parts of Assam. No casualties were reported
in the first 90 minutes after the quake.
The epicentre was located 25.8 degrees north Latitude and 93.2 degrees East Longitude
in Nagaon district of Assam.
The tremor was felt in Guwahati, Nagaon, Tezpur, Jorhat and Khohima, besides some
other parts of eastern Assam.
Seven northeastern states - Assam, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Tripura, Nagaland, Arunachal
Pradesh and Manipur - are considered by seismologists to be the sixth most earthquake-prone
belt in the world.
Students unions of Siang belt to move Assam CS
ITANAGAR, Feb 23: The conglomeration of different students union of Siang belt under
the leadership of Tobom Dai spokesperson AAPSU today took stock of the Dipa incident
at Pasighat which occurred yesterday.
The house present took strong exception to the incident, where hundreds of vehicles
with Arunachal registration were stranded till late night with no help forthcoming
from both state governments and where the innocent commuters were put into extreme
hardship and at the mercy of irate mobs resulting in the reported physical assault
on Kangken Panggeng S/o J.K Panggeng, Parliamentary Secretary law and fisheries.
The house resolved to submit a memorandum to the Assam Chief Secretary tomorrow to
immediately arrest the culprit involved in the reported assault on Kangken Panggeng
to be spearheaded by the apex students body of the Adi community Adi Students’ Union
(Adisu) within fifteen days otherwise the union will be compelled to take its own
course of democratic movement.
The house observed that every civilized society respect the “right to live” of an
individual and every section of Arunachal society condemned the reported killing
of a Nepali man in Mikong Pasighat but at the same time that doesn’t mean innocent
commuters who doesn’t have anything to do with the incident be taken to task for
no fault of theirs, release said.
The Dipa incident have once again exposed the lack of coordination between the two
state government where innocent commuters were seized by the agitating group for
about 10(ten) hours and the parochial attitude of the Assam Administration who were
covertly toeing the of the line agitators rather than providing any solace to the
people stranded, the house felt.
The agitation led by the Gorkha Students’ Union (Dipa unit) has deeply hurt the age
old relation and sentiments of the people particularly when the culprit was apprehended
promptly and put behind bars as per their demands, the release added.
Relief assistance distributed to Naharlagun fire victims
ITANAGAR, Feb 23: Local MLA Techi Kaso along with ADC capital Bokar Basar and police
personnel today distributed Rs 25,000 each to the pucca house, Rs 10,000 each to
OBT house and Rs 10,000 to each household victim of the Feb 18 fire incident at
Panchayat Colony, G-Extention, Naharlagun.
According to an official release, 15 houses were gutted and 54 households were affected
in that fire incident. However, the Capital ADC along with fire fighters of Naharlagun
police station timely interrupted and controlled the further destruction. MLA Techi
Kaso also visited the sport immediately, the release said. Chief Minister Dorjee
Khandu released relief amount following persuasion of the city administration and
Basar also advised the people present and fire victims to be cautious in future to
avoid such incident, the release added.
Ray of hope for the unemployed engineers
ITANAGAR, Feb 23: Much to the delight of the agitating unemployed engineers of the
state, Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu on Tuesday assured to look into grievances of
the Unemployed Arunachalee Engineer’s Association (UAEA) and halt illegal appointments
in various departments. This was disclosed by the Association after having a detail
discussion with the CM today.
The UAEA informed the media persons in a press briefing that the chief minister has
given his words for immediate cancellation of illegal appointments in all technical
The unemployed engineers who have been passing through a trouble phase for being
unemployed, further said that assurance was also made for temporarily halt in promotion
and deputation in concerned department till roster system is balanced/maintained
However, the Chief Minister maintained that the demands for inclusion of JE exams
to the APPSCE and 100 percent reservation for the APST engineers will be discussed
in state assembly, the Association claimed.
Coming out with a bagful of assurance, the association further disclosed that besides
conducting numerous technical exams in month of April/May 2010, MoUs/MOAs rules
would be strictly followed for employment avenues of the educated unemployed.
Cabinet will set up an enquiry commission to tackle problems related to brokers/fixers
(job agent) and separate mechanical engineering wing will be established with creation
of more number of mechanical related posts in all departments especially that of
transport, the association said.
Every department of the state has government vehicles. But the maintenance of departmental
vehicles has been taken cared of by the private mechanics incurring huge expenditure
to the department concerned. The state Govt should find ways and means so that the
mechanical and automobile unemployed engineers can be absorbed in various departments.
This will ultimately solve the unemployed problems, particularly for the mechanical
and automobile engineering graduates as well as enrich the coffer, maintained one
of the UAEA members.
UAEA expressed gratefulness to CM for his patient hearing and hoped that in future
unemployment problem will be solved under his guidance.
Festival of oneness ends on a high note
ITANAGAR, Feb 23: The prizes for the various categories of competitions organized
during the three-day Festival of Arunachal 2010 was given away by the Commissioner
Finance and Planning V.K. Dev as the chief guest at the valediction function yesterday.
The Chief Guest in his address opined that celebration of such Festivals is the best
medium to promote and propagate the spirit of oneness and brotherhood among the
people of the state.
Further, the Chief Guest expressed his happiness with the enthusiastic participation
of the people all through the period of the Festival and appealed for the support
of the people in the “Green and Clean Arunachal” drive and capital facelift initiative
launched by the District Administration.
It is the duty of every citizen to join in this drive for the success of the Clean
& Green Arunachal which is the other theme of the “Festival of Arunachal,” he said.
Earlier, DC Capital Padmini Singla highlighting the spirit of the festival said that
“the Festival of Arunachal’’ has been organized with the twin objectives - where
all tribes of the state come under one platform adding the concept of the Food Village
where all tribes prepare their food under one platform was also an effort in
this direction. Besides showcasing the art and culture of the state the Festival
also aims to represent the rich cultural heritage of North East India and other parts
of India in general. Citing the reason for celebration of the “Festival of Arunachal”
along with Statehood day the Capital DC said the developmental initiatives of the
State Govt. has been highlighted through the various Departmental stalls with the
objective to reach the maximum number of the people.
Cultural Displays from Orissa, Rajasthan, Kerala, and Kalashetra Itanagar and
other budding talents and a Fashion Show by Rajiv Gandhi Polytechnic were other
highlights of Evening. The Prize for the Best Exhibited Stall was given to NERIST
Nirjuli, while the Food Stall No.7 Chi Mum Mum Poong received the Best Food Stall
Competion. In the Ferns & Petals Flower Arrangement Competition Tulip Nursery,
Harmuty was adjudged first, with the second prize going to Cathlea Nursery, Itanagar.
The prizes for Celebrating Oneness Poem/ Prose Competition Click Your Camera, Folk
dance and Semi Classical and Sing-a- Song competition among others were also given
away on the occasion.
Special awards were given to CCRD (Centre for Cultural Research & Documentation)
and Guardian Angel School for innovative efforts to convey the Message of Clean &
Green Arunachal on the occasion.
Sulabh International, APEDA, UD, PSUs like NEEPCO, Jaypee, Reliance, N. F. Railways,
Tea Board, Jute Board of India , IPR, Agriculture, horticulture, SHGs, Handloom/handicraft
stalls under KVIC/ KVIB, SFRI , Forest ,CCRD, Industry, Brahmakumaris were some
of the agencies which had put up stalls during the 3-day Festival. DIPR
Sanitation walk conducted on Statehood Day
Maintain cleanliness for clean and healthy Arunachal: Mein
NAMSAI, Feb 23: In order to giving a boost to the Total Sanitation Campaign in the
state, a Sanitation Walk was organized here commemorating the statehood day on Feb
20 last. Shouting slogan on Total Sanitation like -‘Make Arunachal Open Defecation
Free’, ‘Clean Arunachal, Healthy Arunachal’, ‘Adopt Sanitary Habits & Hygiene Practices’,
‘Meri Pariwar ka Sanmaan Meri Shaan,’ ‘Sochalay Banyengey Safai ko Apnayenge’, ‘Apne
swasth Apne Haat’etc., people from all walks of life, including Govt officials, PRI
members, Bazaar committee and school children led by PHE &WS Minister Chowna Mein
and Namsai MLA Nang Sati participated in the sanitation walk which culminated
in the Bazaar traffic Chowk.
Addressing around 500 participants the minister Chowna Mein said that in the country
18 crore mandays are lost due to sanitation related diseases and financial loss
per year is amounted to 1200 crore. It is the responsibility of all to alleviate
the disease from the society and make ones environment a good place to live, he said.
Giving a clarion call for a paradigm shift in the mindset of the people to inculcate
the sense of self-cleanliness, environmental sanitation and personal hygiene in
school and in domestic life, the minister said that a sanitary toilet in the homes,
Anganwadi and schools is a must. He appealed all to join the movement in the Team
Arunachal to accomplish the dream of Clean Arunachal Healthy Arunachal.
Nang Sati Mein made it loud and clear that sanitation is everybody’s business and
if any one fails, it’s the failure of all. A little bit everyday, everybody, a habit
to change for good should be the Mantra.
The executive engineer PHE&WS Division Namsai Er.Tayum Tok disclosed that due to
mere carelessness and ignorance an estimated 1000 Indian children under five years
die everyday because of diarrhoea, a preventable disease. The death toll is equivalent
to three jumbo jets crashing each day, he said.
Sanitation walk also reportedly organized various parts of the lohit district.
Around 2000 school children and Govt officer and officials took part in the sanitation
walk at Tezu HQ, at Mahadevpur Hq students, govt officials and Panchayat leaders
took part in the Sanitation walk and at Wakro Hq about 100 children and Govt staff
took part with street plays on Plastic pollution was organized, according to an release.
ANINI: Addressing as a chief guest of the Statehood Day celebration at Anini general
ground, Dibang Valley Deputy Commissioner, Tayor Jempem has appealed the Govt developmental
agencies and people to work in unison to attain a peaceful and vibrant society.
“Our main focus should be all round development of this remote border hill district,”
he said and called upon the people to shoulder responsibility to create development
oriented assets, he added.
Expressing his unhappy over the sporadic incidents taking place in the HQ, Jempen
said such incidents have disturbed the peace and tranquility of Anini, which may
attract the district administrations stern action against the disturbing elements.
Earlier, he unfurled the tri-colour amidst gathering which was attended among others,
GBs, PR leaders and students. DIPR incharge
‘Keep market area clean’
ITANAGAR, Feb 23: While supporting the clean and green Arunachal movement, Itanagar
Market Welfare Association (IMWA) President Bamang Taji appealed shopkeepers of the
Itanagar to keep surrounding of their shop clean and hygienic to ensure dirty free
and clean market. Adding that a fine will be impose against the particular shop if
Further, taking concerned about entry of stray business, Hare ek mal, Mela and Expo
in the market, he said that it creates dirty, pollution and dispute in the market.
The IMWA would take strict steps to such business group on cleanliness.
IMWA appealed the state government for construction of dustbin, drainage system,
parking place, waiting shed and toilet in the market area and with consultation from
the district authority a fixed rate on vegetable items will be fixed to maintain
balance rate of vegetable items in the market.
Meder Nello inaugurated
ITANAGAR, Feb 23: Chief engineer, Western Zone PWD TH Tayum inaugurated a Medar Nello
at E Sector, Itanagar on February 21 last.
He appreciated the construction committee and Meder Nello management committee for
rendering philanthropic services for the cause of society and its indigenous faith
and traditional culture and donated an amount of Rs 20,000 to the committee.
Guest of honour, IFCSAP Vice President Er. Tage Taki also appreciated the committee
and appealed them to maintain the working spirit for the cause of Indigenous faith
and traditional culture.
Er. Gyati Anda, Bamin Hinda, Gyati Rana, Tage Dibo, Kago Yana and Padi Yapii also
spoke on the occasion.
Earlier, a mass prayer was organized for world peace led by Priest Rubu Rika. The
formal function of the Nello will be begins from next Sunday.
Meanwhile, Punyo Tacho and Hibu Tabin Tachi donated Tibetan bell each to the committee.
Meanwhile, the committee felicitated to land donor Millo Kago Tanyo and contributors.
and appreciated former Minister Padi Yubbe, Parliamentry secretary Padi Richo, former
MLA Kipa Babu IFCSAP President Nabam Atum, IFCSAP Vice President Tage Taki, Er Gyati
Anda, Arunachal Vikash Parishad and others for the contributions toward the Nello.
AYSU campaign for polytechnic
ITANAGAR, Feb 23: All Yachuli Students’ Union (AYSU) has urged the Nyishi Elite Society
(NES) to impress upon the higher authorities for establishment of a polytechnic
at Yachuli as proposed earlier by the state govt.
Claiming that some public leaders and officials were attempting to divert the project
from Yachuli to some other place, the union said the people of the Yachuli are ready
to donate the required land and all other logistic requirements for the polytechnic
free of cost. It threatened to resort to democratic movement if a positive solution
of the issue is not reached.
State BJP to join nationwide protest against price rise
ITANAGAR, Feb 23: Following the decision of the national conclave of Bharatiya Janata
Party (BJP) held in Indore (Madhya Pradesh) recently, about 200 party workers of
the BJP Arunachal Pradesh has also decided to join the nation-wide Delhi Chalo programme
in protest against the price rise in the country on April 21, said a party release.
Book on Nyishi proverbs released
ITANAGAR, Feb 23: A book on Nyishi proverbs “Kullu Nyitin Kurium Harmin” was released
by Parsi-Parlo ZPM Sangha Tagik on Tuesday.
Releasing the book, Tagik urged younger generation and educated people of the community
to preserve those words of wisdom of our forefathers which are in verbal form. These
invaluable treasures of oral literature of the great Nyishang (Nyishi) are disappearing
day by day and it is right time to promote, protect and preserve our rich oral literature
for posterity, he said adding that modernization does not mean to discard our own
The book is compiled and written by Bake Maha (Joseph) and published by Nyishi Atu
Apa Nyitin Society.
AASU & AIMSU resolves to fight common issues
ROING, Feb 23: In continuance with the kidnapping case that took place on Feb 2 last,
All Assam Student Union (AASU), All Tinsukia Dist Student Union (ATDSU) and All Idu
Mishmi Student Union (AIMSU) have made a straight talk at the circuit house here
today in order to give sturdy push to the Assam police to apprehend the person involved
in taking hostage local businessman at Dholla under Tinsukia district of Assam.
“The kidnapping being a criminal case it does not related to entire Assamese community
of Assam. We stand against such cowardice and shameful act committed by a group of
criminal. The innocent people here should not be targeted as we have been pursuing
the SP and DC Tinsukia to nab the culprit soon. Though the criminal are still absconding
and police is taking time but I hope they will be arrested at all cost”, said AASU
president Shankar Pd. Rai. He also suggested joint effort to create pressure to SP
and DC Tinsukia with join delegation constituting AIMSU & AASU to arrest the perpetrator.
The AASU delegate while condemning the kidnapping as unfortunate, assures to give
all sorts of support to the AIMSU to fight against any injustice meted out to the
people of Arunachal and promise to hold time to time talk to fight join issue pertaining
to both the side of the state.
It need to be mentioned here that a local young businessman was abducted on 2 February
last at Dholla and was released on 4 February after paying a ransom of Rs 5,25000.
Meanwhile, the Assamese society Roing has sharply criticized the kidnapping of local
businessman on Feb 2 last at Dholla under Tinsukia district (Assam). In an emergency
meeting held recently at the Assamese Namghar premises under the Chairmanship of
G.K Koch to discuss about abduct and demand of ransom, the society come down heavily
to those criminal involved in such dastardly act.All the members present in the meeting
commonly decided to be alert against such kind of anti-social activities and requests
all to maintain peace, understanding and goodwill among the people of two peace loving
ITANAGAR, Feb 23: The 2nd Arunachal Expo cum exhibition on micro and small entrepreneurs
products being held at Common Festival Ground, Naharlagun will now continue up to
Feb 28 next. Earlier it was scheduled to be end on Feb 26.
RIS celebrates its annual day
ITANAGAR, Feb 23: Royal international School, Naharlagun celebrated its 10"' Annual
Day at its school premises recently. on the occasion the Chief Guest MP Takam Sanjoy
inaugurated the SMART CLASS a computer based audio - visual facility in the class
rooms, first of its kind in Arunachal and the 5th school to introduce in the entire
North Eastern states.
Speaking on the occasion as chief guest MP Takam Sanjoy appreciated the management
and laid emphasis upon the need for proper infrastructure of a school campus. He
assured for the sanction of Retention wall along the Papu Nallah river.
Guest of Honour Education Commissioner Hage Khod also lauded the school authorities
for maintaining discipline and expressed hope that the school would shine as an example
for other schools of the state.
He assured to sanction a reasonable amount for enriching the library and Science
laboratory of the school in the corning financial year.
Chairman of RIS Likha Saaya also announced one month's additional salary as Bonus
for the staff and also highlighted plans and policies of the institution for its
Besides cultural programme, tropies and certificates were given to the academic toppers
and games and sports winners.
‘Construct four lane road’
ITANAGAR, Feb 23: Arunachal Pradesh Development Welfare Association (APDWA) has appealed
to the state Govt for construction of four lane road immediately to accommodate
the growing number of the vehicles.
The association demanded that unemployed youths be given employment opportunities
in deputy residential Commissioners (DRCs) office, Arunachal Bhawan, guest hosues
and there should be police out post in every circle of the state to tackle unlawful
It also demanded broadcasting of Doordarshan programme in different districts of
the state and sanitation, health and hygiene for the common people.
DPVB students shine
ITANAGAR: Donyi Polo Vidya Bhawan, Itanagar students show outstanding performance
and brought laurels for the school and the state as a whole in the All India Essay
writing event organized by Ram Chandra Mission in collaboration with United Nations
information centre for India and Bhutan in commemoration of international day of
youth on August 12 and the UN International year of reconciliation.
Hage Namie and Sushmita Paul of class IX won 1st and 2 prize at the regional level
category-I, Tadu Nini and Pema Yangchin of class XII won 1st and 2 prize at the regional
level category-II. While, Tanisha Agarwal and Goda Abu were adjudged as 3rd and 4th
winners at school level category-I respectively.
State police team brings laurels
ITANAGAR: Arunachal Pradesh Police team lead by Deputy SP Ninkar Taming secured IV
rank in over all performance in the 53rd All India duty meet on security held at
Constable MK Chetri of security unit secured Bronze Medal.
Meanwhile, DGP Arunachal Pradesh has awarded commendation certificate along with
cash award to the team for their outstanding performance in the AIPDM.