New Delhi, Feb 24 : For the first time, the State of Arunachal Pradesh was conferred with the India’s Top 3 Diamond States Award in an impressive ceremony of Diamond States Award conducted by the Team of IBN7 at Durbar Hall of Hotel Taj Palace, here yesterday. The Diamond Sates Award was started by the IBN team two years before and is given to individual states for being best in parameters viz. poverty eradication, Water & Sanitation, Law and order, Infrastructure, environment, employment, education, women empowerment etc.
Arunachal Pradesh was selected for being one of the India’s Top 3 Diamond States amongst the Small States across various parameters in human and social Development. The jury headed by Dr. Bimal Jalan, former Governor of RBI, scrupulously went through the data presented through credible sources in all sectors and finally adjudged Arunachal Pradesh for the prestigious award in recognition of the holistic development brought in by the present State Government in a very short spell of time.
On behalf of the Government of Arunachal Pradesh and its people, Minister RWD Kalikho Pul, received the award from Chief Guest the Vice President of India Dr. Hamid Ansari. While profoundly thanking the IBN team for the honour and recognition of State’s developmental activities, Pul, on behalf of the state credited the award to its visionary Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu by saying that without dynamic leadership and untiring efforts of the present CM, these achievements could not have been made. He also thanked the Union Government of India for paying special attention to Arunachal Pradesh.
In his address to the august gathering, Pul appraised of Third Party Monitoring System and various other corrective measures introduced by the present State Government to ensure proper utilization of funds and development at grass root level. “Govt. of India should be more liberal to hilly State like Arunachal Pradesh in implementing population based programme as our State being sparsely populated do not fulfil the population criteria and fail to avail the benefits of the programme.” Pul asserted. He categorically pointed out the rapid developments made by China on other side of international border and impressed the gathering by saying that security of the entire nation rests much on this mountainous border State, more so in the wake of Chinese claim of Arunachal Pradesh once in every two months. The central government therefore should be more proactive in bringing about inclusive development of Border States especially in infrastructure sector like road, bridges, porter tracks, telecommunication etc by creating a “Special category States”.
The award ceremony was attended by eminent personalities from all walks. Chief Minister of Delhi, Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh, Chief Minister of Goa, Union Ministers, Senior Parliamentarians from all parties and senior office bearers of AICC were prominent among them. The Arunachal Pradesh team consisted of MP Ninong Ering, PRC Avinash Kumar Mishra, DRCs, and Arunachalee students from JNU & DU. PRO to CM
TAWANG, Feb 24: A major fire mishap was averted yesterday at the area of Changprong village in Tawang. The wild fire which broke out in the afternoon of Feb 23 at the lower reaches of Jamyang Choikorling area at Changprong village threatened to engulf the Jamayang Chiokorling Gonpa, under construction JNV school building site and Tawang Ugyen Tsangpo Heliport.
The monks of Jamayang Chiokorling Gonpa and locals tried their best to douse the
fire with water filled buckets but in vain. However, the administration immediately
alerted army, para-
No loss of life or property was reported. Police enquiry was going on till filing of this report. DIPRO
ITANAGAR, Feb 24: The Union Ministry of External Ministry said that by following the two track visa policy, China has disputed the legality of our international borders thereby impinging adversely on national sovereignty as well as territorial integrity.
Responding to a letter of former MP Kiren Rijiju, Minster of External Affairs S M Krishna further said that there should not be any discrimination against visa applicants of Indian nationality on grounds of domicile or ethnicity.
Earlier on January 25, Rijiju in a letter to Krishna said that the decision of the Govt of India to deny visit of two Arunachalees to China by rejecting the stapled visa was not a wise decision. He had further said, “although we demand normal visa to be issued but by not recognizing the stapled visa on Arunachal Pradesh our position has been pushed back to the previous status where China rejected visa altogether.” In his letter, the former MP said “there is every likelihood that the border problem will drag on forever and Arunachalee can never visit China.”
Pointing out the China’s unchanged stand on eastern sector of the India-
It is worth mentioning here that Techi Abraham, the Joint Secretary of Indian Weightlifting Federation and lifter Yukar Sibi, who were issued stapled visas by Chinese Embassy, had to return back from Indira Gandhi International Airport on Feb 12 morning. The two were turned away by the Indian immigration officials as India do not recognize the stapled visas. The two Arunachalees were to travel to China to take part at China IWF Weightlifting Grand Prix on Jan 13. However, the Chinese Embassy at New Delhi said that the Visas issued to Abraham and Sibi were ‘appropriate."
Days after it issued stapled visas to two Indian sportsmen, China further said its policy that Arunachal Pradesh is a “disputed area” remains “unchanged.”
land for tourists
ITANAGAR, Feb 24: Not many people know that East Kameng district is one of the most beautiful regions of Arunachal Pradesh and the Seppa town the district headquarter and gateway to the district is blessed with mesmerizing beauty. Often in news for all wrong reasons, East Kameng district, if tapped properly can become the most sought after tourist destination of state.
Situated along the bank of majestic Kameng River, Seppa boasts of enchanting natural beauty. If authorities develop proper infrastructure with active cooperation of local citizens, this town will attract many visitors in years to come. Kameng River itself can draw many tourists with scope for experiencing river rafting and carry out fishing activities. Presently authorities are carrying out repairing work of road in Seppa town which for sure will change the dynamic of this town in coming years. Another region of East Kameng with immense tourism potential is Pappu and Passa Valley. Situated adjacent to Pakke Wild Life Sanctuary, scenic beauty of Pappu and Passa Valley are breathtaking. With lush green paddy field and rivers flowing through the middle, these two valleys offer visitors ample opportunity to bask in the natural beauty. But only problem is the poor road condition. Also some areas do not have electricity supply till now. If authorities take care of these infrastructure issues, East Kameng can become one of the hottest tourist destination of state.
ITANAGAR, Feb 24: The organizers of the ongoing first ever zonal level Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP) exhibition at I G Park expressed satisfaction over the sale proceedings and expected to make a business of Rs 1 crore in remaining six days of the exhibition.
The Chief Executive Officer of the state Khadi and Village Industries Board Sukamal
Deb informed that the stalls put up in the exhibitions had already succeeded to
create a record sale of over Rs 30 lakh and ‘our target is now fixed at Rs 1 crore
sale proceeding’. Meanwhile, the KVIB, the organizer of the exhibition, conducted
a fruitful roundtable discussion on technical up-
Addressing the entrepreneurs on the occasion, the resource person Santanu Deka, assistant faculty member, IIE, Itanagar branch office said that emphasis must be given on promotion of village industries. Stating that more than 10 crore people are engaged in small and medium industries in the country, he also put emphasis on quality products with adoption of modern equipments.
Pointing out various problems being faced by the small entrepreneurs like non-
Another resource person S K Sharma, Asstt. director, branch MSME DI, said the entrepreneurs should have interest in their field of activities to be a successful entrepreneur. Sharma also appealed the entrepreneurs to avail the benefit provided under the union ministry of micro, small and medium enterprises.
Highlighting the skill development programme being conducted in NERIST, Prof B D Nayak, HOD, humanities, NERIST urged upon the entrepreneurs inculcate a sense of competitive spirit to survive in the modern world of competition.
An entrepreneur should have some essential qualities like innovative idea, hardworking attitude and courage to face any risk factor while launching new venture, he said. He further said that leadership quality is also important to be a successful entrepreneur.
Another resource person A P Chobin, asstt director, KVIC, Itanagar office urged the small traders to change their attitude with the change of time. He said one should have capability to judge the products, survey the market and select proper location for business activities.
ITANAGAR, Feb 24: Nyokum Yullo the major Agriculture festival of Nyishi community
of the state starts today with the arrival of Priest and unfurling of Nyokum flag
Jeet Ej Turling in different places in and out side the state. It is not only the
festival of worship of Almigthy Nyokum Anne for bumper harvesting but also a festival
of peace, prosperity and happiness for all living things. Nabam Rebia, Chairman
Central Nyokum Committee and Perung Chiri, Chairman Nyokum Celebration Committee
Later, Rebia, who is also Parliamentary Secretary (Industries) laid foundation of Tadar Tang Nyokum Gallery at Nirjuli.
Rajiv Gandhi University Pro Vice-
AALO, Feb 24: Catholic Christians are rendering yeomen services for the people of the state in educational sectors and poor people irrespective of any religion or reaping benefits, observed Jarsa Gamlin, Chairperson West Siang Zilla Parishad while gracing the twin functions of St. Mary’s School inauguration and Parents Day Meet as chief guest at Puak Gumin on Feb 22. “Our society need educational upliftment with a missionary zeal to mould the destiny of future generation to fit them in multiple roles in our social set up”, he said and appealed the people to cooperate with the any missionary who are working towards education development in the state.
Urging the teaching fraternity to build a congenial teaching-
The Aalo DDSE Nyage Potom said that the present Education Act envisages a different nature of teaching, learning and norms for opening up schools and hope that all schools cope up with the laid down guidelines. Blessing the School, Bishop of Itanagar Diocese Rt. Rev. Dr. John Thomas disclosed that around 20,000 students are studying in Christian Catholic colleges and schools in the state and interior areas are being targeted to spread light of education. He sought the cooperation of the people to improve the educational scenario in the state. School alone cannot shape the destiny of future generation unless and until the children are inculcated positive frame of mind under the tutelage of parents, he said. The Headmistress of School and members of Christian Community also spoke the occasion.
Changlang most peaceful district : SP
JAIRAMPUR, Feb 24: Changlang is the most peaceful district of the state, said newly posted SP Tummo Ammo, who was the chief guest of the closing ceremony of Changlang District Night Cricket T20 tournament here yesterday.
Sharing his experience in his service life he said,“When I was first posted here people scared me by saying notorious things about this district, but after I stepped here, I found it to be the most peaceful district of the state”.
Moreover, it is beyond people’s imagination to conduct such mega night cricket event in the twin cities like Naharlgaun and Itanagar without security but here it was done without it which really indicates about the amicable atmosphere of the area, he added.
He also suggested the youths to involve themselves in sporting event and keep away from drugs and AIDS.
The historic tournament of the district was organized by the District Youth Congress that has won acclamation from the nearby Assam also.
District Youth Congress president, besides extending his heartfelt thanks to the support of Finance Minister Setong Sena, also thanked Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu for providing financial assistance from his side.
Besides entertainment, this tournament has played major role in bringing the youths of the district together under the same roof, he added.
On the sideline of the tournament, Pranjal Bhuyan, a sport journalist from Assam was spellbound and said the tournament has maintained the standard of a mini world cup, which indeed is appreciable.
The closing ceremony also witnessed colorful cultural programme, mindboggling fire crackers display and above all magnificent band display by the 18 Assam Rifles Band team.
The trophy of Changlang District Night Cricket T20 tournament was lifted by Namphai after thrashing Jairampur B by 39 runs. The winning and runners up teams were awarded Rs 50,000 and Rs 25,000 respectively along with the trophies and medals. The man of the series Ashik went home with Rs 10,000 and man of the match Wentu got Rs 5000.
ITANAGAR, Feb 24: The newly appointed All India Trinamool Congress (AITC) State unit
president, Toko Sheetal was accorded warm welcome by the party members and well-
Responding to the queries of media persons at helipad, confident Sheetal said that the party has lot more to do to strengthen the party as well as for welfare of the state. Keeping an eye on the youth force of the state, Sheetal in her message to the people as AITC chief said that the positive minded youths who want to do something for the state besides doing other purposeful work should come forward to the field of politics to serve the people and state in a better way.
She also extended her gratitude to the AITC president Mamata Banerjee for giving
her responsibility to lead the state AITC unit and also thanked all her well-
ITANAGAR: Feb 24: Arunachal Pradesh Building and Other Construction Workers Welfare Board continuing its welfare activities to the workers of the state handed over an amount of Rs. 15,000 and Rs. 1,000 as natural death and funeral assistance to Tanuja Langneh, the nominee of late Moniram Langneh, PWD worker section Poma, PWD Division Doimukh.
Late Moniram was the first worker who received the first medical assistance of Rs 5000 and was also the first beneficiary of death and funeral assistance of the board in the state. The cheque was handed over to Tanuja by APB&OCWWB Chairman Jalley Sonam in a small function held at office of the Chairman.
All Arunachal Pradesh Workers Union Secretary General Sangma Tajo and Registering Officer Neri Dodum also attended the function.
Meanwhile, Sonam appealed all the Heads of Department to guide their workers to register their names and avail the benefits of the board.
Further, the APB&OCWWB will hand over an ambulance for the workers of Tawang on March 13 at Tawang parade ground.
ITANGAR, Feb 24: In pursuit of making Tirap a disaster free district, the Disaster Risk Management Cell of Tirap District, conducted a two days Orientation cum Training Programme on “Disaster Risk Management, First Aid and Search & Rescue” on 23rd and 24th February at Community Hall Khonsa. The training progamme was specially organized for the students and teachers of school in Khonsa Township. Two medical officers from district hospital namely Dr. K Socia (MO) and Dr Dutta (SMO) imparted the trainees about First Aid Kit, Wounds, Bleeding, Fracture, unconsciousness, causality transportation etc with demonstration. The Dy. Suptd. of police Khonsa Kalita imparted training on the search and rescue technique during disaster. Disaster Risk Management and Disaster preparedness tips were covered by the officials of DRM Cell Tirap. Booklets on First Aid Guide and Leaflets on Disaster Preparedness Tips were also distributed to the participants.
The DRM Cell has also printed more than 5000 posters and leaflet on Disaster Risk Management to be distributed in the urban and rural areas of the district to sensitize the people about disaster, its causes and precautionary measures. DIPRO
ITANAGAR, Feb 24: Pre Nyokum Yullo was celebrated at Dera Natung Government College (DNGC) in a colorful manner today.
The celebration began with unfurling of Nyokum flag by chief guest CR Kampa, EAC, Itanagar followed by famous Rikham Pada dance by Nabam Shella and party and Buya dance.
In his brief address Kampa described the importance of celebrating festival to promote and preserve ones own cultural and traditions.
Circle Officer (CO) Benzamin Panggam attended the festival as guest of honour.
Reading out of Nyokum mythology, ceremonial mithun sacrifice, cultural display and
community feast were the main highlights of the day-
AALO, Feb 24: No one imagined that SIRU-
The couple put in an arduous efforts to brush of all hurdles and initial setbacks not only to make it a big Private Tea Estate but the location free from din and bustle, hue and cry, undisturbed serenity, scenic beauty, lush green forest and tea plantation cover at its season backed by good communication system, round the clock water and electricity supply make it an eluding tourist destination to onlookers. It is hard to believe that it is an individual effort given the magnitude of tasks and colossal amount of money pumped in to turn hills and low lying areas to such beneficial uses. The 17 Km circuitry drive up to the highest hill top is simply fascinating, mind refreshing and soul searching exercise.
The Guest House which is slated for inauguration by Jarbom Gamlin, Minister Power and Tourism on March 7 is a beautiful building that can cater amenities and comforts that of a metropolitan city with all modern facilities attached to it. The full equipped factory of the garden will be inaugurated on the same day by Gojen Gadi, Parliamentary Secretary Tourism.
We look at the event ahead from tourism perspective and it emits a ray of optimism to put the place on the tourism map of the district and state as two stalwarts of the department are gracing it and hectic preparations are on to give a befitting receptions.
The garden has a private helipad, Mini hydel, sugarcane factory, poultry, small scale industry, saw mill, fishery, shops, cottages and barracks to accommodate about 600 populations. The place is known for its perennial water sources in the form of streams and wells that remain static all through the seasons. Anyone who visits Yomcha takes out a time to drive along the garden and people are taking it as good holiday resort. The climb on the highest hill top offers you to take a view of villages that falls under Yomcha and Aalo.
The TASUM TASE GEKO, that joins the garden, is narrow jungle passages in the low-
The introduction of other essential service like school, medical sub-
Women health education prog
ITANAGAR, Feb 24: NN Charitable Society organized a health education programme for women on reproductive child health (RCH) at its Sagalee office on 22nd of this month. Meeting was attended by Nani Kojin, Chairman Nani Sala foundation and Dr T Nyodu medical officer, CHC Sagalee. Also health workers, ASHA’s, Anganwadi workers of Leporiang circle were present during the day.
In his address Nani Kojin informed that RCH programme is part of NRHM initiative to upgrade the health of mother and child. He urged health workers to teach couples how to use birth control device and give them proper counselling. Dr T Nyodu while informing about various health facilities provided by government, advised pregnant women to go for delivery in hospitals to ensure good health for mother and child. Meeting was chaired by Nangbia Amar Dui, chairman, NN Charitable Society.
ITANAGAR, Feb 24: M P Takam Sanjoy, Tourism Director A K Singh and NABARD general manager, Itangar Dr B G Mukhopadhya would attend the Nyokum Yullo celebration as chief guest, guest of honour and special invitee respectively at Nyokum Lapang, Itangar on Feb 26.
Meder Nello Foundation day
ITANAGAR, Feb 24: Indigenous Faith and Cultural Society of Arunachal Pradesh (IFCSP) president Y D Thongchi and AVP president P Potom have consented to grace the 7th Meder Nello Foundation Day celebration at Dree Ground Papu Nallah on Feb 27.
On the eve of foundation day, the Meder Nello Council will organize a mass social service at Dree ground on Feb 26 morning.
Death of CDPO condoled
ITANAGAR, Feb 24: Yakot Tamut, Child Development Project Officer (CDPO) of Yingkiong passed away on 23rd of this month. She died on the way to Guwahati from Itanagar while going for medical treatment. Born on 15th August 1974, late Yakot joined as CDPO in the year 2003. She is survived by her husband and new born baby.
Meanwhile directorate of social welfare, women and child development has deeply condoled the untimely demise of late Yakot Tamut. Officers and staff of directorate observed a minute silence and prayed for eternal peace of the departed soul.
ITANAGAR, Feb 24: One-
The programme was conducted by SHEEP Society, Itanagar in aegis of Nani Sala Foundation, Naharlagun under the sponsorship of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
On the occasion, Field coordinator Techi Mesap, Chairman of the SHEEP society Tania Tering and Chairman of NSF, Nani Kojin briefed about the objective of the advocacy programme and highlighted the power and function of CHWs, ANM, AMW and ASHA.
ITANAGAR: Seven NSS volunteers and V Arul Kumar, Vice Principal of Tomi Polytechnic
College, Basar and six NSS volunteers of Rajiv Gandhi Government Polytechnic College,
Itanagar have been selected to represent the state in the Inter State Youth Exchange
and Home Stay Programme which will be held at Chennai and Mysore from March 1-
The programme will be organized by Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development, Sriperumbedur, Tamil Nadu.
18 criminal cases disposed off in Lok Adalat
ITANAGAR: District Legal Services Authority, Upper Subansiri District, disposed off
18 numbers of criminal cases in a two-
Initiating the session of the Adalat, Deputy Commissioner Ameya Abhyankar highlighted the significance of Lok Adalat and urged the litigant parties to participate in the Lok Adalat with clear and sincere intention enabling the Lok Adalat to assist them in amicable resolution to their differences.
EAC Duyu Rebia, member secretary, Inspector T Riram, member, and members Berto Riba and Talum Babla also attended the Lok Adalat.
APCC flays Ramdev
ITANAGAR, Feb 24: Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) has flayed Yoga Guru
Baba Ramdev for criticizing Congress-
“The recent visit of Ramdev in Arunachal Pradesh was not to spread the message of importance of yoga in human life. He visited the state on a different mission with a political agenda,” APCC said in a release. He had given more emphasis on criticizing Congres, UPA Govt and Gandhi family than teaching Yoga which clearly reflected his main motive, APCC said.
“We have seen many international figures like Dalai Lama, Ravi Shankar. But, unlike Ramdev they never criticized any political party, leaders and Government.”
Regarding recent Pasighat incident, the APCC further said that “as Yoga Guru cautioned the people of Pasighat to beware of the corruption and criticized the Congress party touching the very sentiments of the Congress persons gathered there. Ninong Ering just countered the allegation of Ramdev.
Meanwhile, APCC demanded that Ramdev’s income and properties should be investigated thoroughly and be made public.
(On Yazali Perspective)
The traditional Nyokum, a community festival emerged with the soul agenda to popularize, promote and preserve ever since it took total shape of community festival status in mid 1967. The present festival is more or less possesses the mixed or combined elements of traditional and modern view. Though, it lacks time tested perspective, still it gives lot more meaning to the community in various aspects of their life. The Nyokum today is at risk stage because of the age itself. The society is changing fast with addition of various elements and at the same time deletion or dropping of many other valued text or practices. Therefore, the Nyokum is passing through a complex situation and requires proper nurshing, curing and releasing from this stage for next generation.
The modern Nyokum when it took shape as community festival at supervising hands of
the administration on directive of the government was to imbibe the tribal people
to know the importance of cultural festival and preserve it through regular observance.
This was in initial stage when the society was not culturally developed. The government
had the scope to work in the field through grant-
Slowly, the coming up of education, development and influence of outside culture
had hampered the progress of festival and most of the rural areas showed no enthusiasm
in celebrating the festival. The think-
Now, the festival is re-
The combined celebrations of Nyokum by people of Pistana-
D T Taba
Maintain transparency and quality works
The massive roads construction works being undertaken by the state Urban Development
and Housing department under JNNURM in various sectors in Capital Complex is welcomed
by the like-
While undertaking the massive road construction works in the capital, the city administration
and the nodal department might have introspection and retrospection of the present
and future benefits of state and its people. The ongoing construction works affected
many individuals’ properties including RCC structures, falling on right to way (ROW).
The city administration evicted them on the ground of ROW especially along the VIP
road from TT Marg to Niti Vihar and the road from Rajbhawan helipad to ‘O’ Point
Tinali. But the pertinent question arises here: why the nodal department (UD & Housing)
and the city administration are not maintaining the same yardstick for other roads
in capital complex. The imposition of ROW should not vary from one road to another,
because all roads of the capital complex are equally important and they need to be
upgraded. Road widening and proper drainage system is the call of the day. I would
also like to share my views that in the name of massive roads constructions in capital
complex; many of the roads are being improved partially. Without widening the roads,
the contractors are only constructing RCC drainage that caused roads become congested.
Moreover, construction of many roads is of low and impure quality. Is the department
concerned monitoring the quality of works? If this trend continues, the dream of
the capital facelift project will certainly get shattered. The nodal department should
not execute the project works on piece-
Ganga village, Itanagar
New ANSU team has miles to go
I on behalf of the former central executive members of All Nyishi Students' Union extend heartfelt gratitude to Takam Tatung, President, AAPSU and his team of election commission member for successfully conducting 12th general election of ANSU at Seppa, from 17th to 21st February. Despite facing many hurdle, they conducted election with outmost sincerity. I also extend best wishes to the newly elected ANSU President Sikka Gapak and General Secretary Arjun Panye. Hope this new team will work hard and give good service to the student community in particular and Nyishi community as a whole. I believe that pending issues of previous team will be completed by present leadership in letter and spirit. I also extend my gratitude to the State Government which under the dynamic and promising leadership of Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu always supported us in all aspect especially in students' movement and demands of the society.
I being the former executive member of ANSU would appeal to the newly elected union
members to follow up all issues raised to the State Govt. during our tenure like,
created Directorate of Border Affairs, for new creation of police outpost at Tali
in Kurung Kumey District, Belo Lora and Taraso in Papum Pare District and Dising
Paso in East Kameng District and for other places and matters pending with the State
Government. Established government colleges in Seppa and Nyapin need proper attention
so that proper infrastructure is set up. Government Polytechnic College at Yachuli
and National Institute of Technology at Jote-
Once again, I appeal to the newly elected union leaders of the All Nyishi Students' Union to put outmost effort to render quality and thoughtful service for the student’s community. They should also offer hand of friendship to loosing candidates and try to bring them on board and together work to bring unity among Nyishi community.
(Nilly Likha Tabo)
All India Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee has rightly chosen a young, matured lady Toko Sheetal as the party president of the state AITC unit. The new state AITC unit team including Dature Miuli, vice president, Domin Loya and Techi Necha, general secretaries comprises of all young, educated, energetic persons. Mamata has chosen her team Arunachal with utmost care. The five legislators of the AITC are also following the ideology of Didi. I am confident that the new dream team of Mamata Didi will reach up to the expectation of the people, particularly the youth which compromises nearly 60 per cent of total population of state.
Trinamool Congress Legislative Party leader, Itanagar
Release students’ stipend
I on behalf of all Coimbatore Student Union of Arunachal Pradesh would like to request
the state Govt. particularly education ministry to release stipend for student as
early as possible. The Arunachlee students those who are studying outside the state
are facing lot of problem due to non-
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