Mushroom cultivation training
ITANAGAR, June 24: A mushroom cultivation training was held at Kanubari on 24th
June’2011 under the aegis of CDPO, Kanubari. Al together 40 participants representing
Dr. A.K. Bordoloi and his Assistant from North East Institute of Science and Technology, Jorhat imparted the training at Kanubari cultural hall.
Local MLA N.Tingkhatra, ADC N.Wangjen and a host of other officers and public leaders attended the training Tingkhatra appreciated the effort of the CDPO and asked the SHG members to take the training seriously which will help in augmenting their economic income. (DIPRO)
ABC welcomes BJP decision
ITANAGAR, June 24:Welcoming the State BJP’s decision not to field its candidate in
the upcoming bye-
“By not fielding candidate in the ensuing bye-
Recalling the tearful moment while paying tribute to the Late Chief Minister at his cremation site at Tawang recently, ABC said that, Khandu, who always treated people equally, would always be remembered for his love and affection towards the ordinary people.
The Club has decided to erect a pillar at Tawang in memory of the late chief minister so that any Royal Enfield riders from India and abroad could pay homage at the memorial site when they visit Tawang. It also declared June 13 as a Royal Homage Day to be observed every year by royal Enfield riders community in honour of late Khandu.
Booth Level Officers Training held at Darak
Aalo, June 24: One-
ITANAGAR, June 24: All Adi Youth Association (AAYA) appealed to the Local MLA and Deputy Speaker Tapang Taloh to liase with the Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh for providing infrastructures along with posting of supporting staffs at Kebang Circle at the earliest so that the problems faced by the adjoining villages of Kebang circle to travel to Pangin town for petty official works are solved for once and for all.
The Association said that a Circle Officer has already been posted there. But due to lack of any supporting staffs and infrastructures, the Circle Officer is presently attached to the Extra Assistant Commissioner’s office, Pangin. It is also learnt that the officer has taken initiative for the establishment of a proper Circle Office at Kebang.
AAYA also appeals the Chief Minister Jarbom Gamlin to look into the matter and redress the problem of Kebang circle.
ITANAGAR, June 24: The members of Parbuk Youth Welfare Association has unanimously selected new executive with Johny Ratan as President¸ Eliya Lego as General Secretary.
ITANAGAR, June 24: A pre-
The meeting started with instruction to bidders regarding PMGSY website login and the process of viewing and downloading to published tenders by the publishers. The aspiring Bidders were informed of the Qualification criteria and various documents required for the Bidding processes.
Representatives of various enterprises who attended the meeting were briefed thoroughly
in the process of e-
AVP’s Free Medical Camps
ITANAGAR, June 24: Medical team of western unit, Arunachal Vikas Parishad conducted free medical Camps in 3 villages of Upper Subansiri district and 4 villages of West Siang district under the leadership of Dr. Naba Gopal Chanda.
Villages covered and patients treated are Kare village (73), Siyam (128) and Hingmoring
(203) all in Upper Subansiri district. And in West Siang Mori village (187), Mopung-
Similarly Eastern unit conducted medical camps at 5 villages of Namsang and Soha circles in Tirap District in June. Villages covered were Soha (95), Turat (100), New Doidam (54), Namsang (68) and Vivek Nagar (54). Dr. D.K. Pathak led the medical team in Tirap District. In all place Circle Level Committee and District Level Committee of AVP made all necessary arrangements.
Medical Camp by Vivekananda Kendra
ITANAGAR, June 24: Vivekananda Kendra Arun Jyoti organized Medical Camps in Changlang district recently. 7 Medical Camps were held at Chingsa, Sohelaktong, Zero Point, Bubang of Khimiyong circle, Kengkho of Changlang circle, New Chingsa of Kharsang circle and Phanyak of Miao circle. A total 216 patients were examined during the camp and free medicines were distributed by the Medical Team of Arun Jyoti. General health awareness topics like prevention of Malaria etc. were also discussed during the camps. It is to be mentioned that the Mobile Medical Unit of Arun Jyoti regularly conduct medical activities in Tirap,Changlang and Upper Subansiri districts of Arunachal Pradesh.
Forum calls for priority treatment
ITANAGAR, June 24: Subansiri Upper Project Submerge Area People’s Forum appealed to the power developer KSK Energy venture Ltd, Subansiri Upper Project to give first priority to people of Dam affected people while allocating Grade A, B,C and D jobs in the company as per their eligibility.
It also appealed the company to provide proper compensation to affected people.
ITANAGAR, June 24: Parsi-
The forum appealed to the chief minister to direct the concerned authority for early establishment of treasury office and permanent post office at Koloriang.
PDCA decides to organize cricket tournament
ITANAGAR, June 24: Papum Pare District Cricket Association (PDCA) in a meeting held
at Naharlagun yesterday has decided to conduct inter-
It has also decided to organize outreach programmes in schools, colleges and universities.
Meanwhile, the association has reshuffled its executive members with Danial Teli, Techi Tahin and Teli Otu as its president, vice president and general secretary respectively.
Taraso MO clarifies
ITANAGAR, June 24: Taraso PHC, Medical Officer Dr. Kajing Borang while responding to the news item published in this daily yesterday which was issued by DMO, Papum Pare District Bengia Tobin, repudiated the allegation leveled against him. He said that there is no truth in the materials published as he is dedicatedly serving at the present place of posting. He said that in case of absence due to some emergency cases or health problems, he is constantly in touch with the public and the staff concerned. Further, he said that there is no public complaint against him. He said that he has nothing personal against the DMO except that the publication maligned “my hard earned image before the department as well as public”.
ITANAGAR, June 24: Children upto elementary level would get free uniform from this year. This was announced by Minister of Education Bosiram Siram while addressing the senior education officers’ conference at Bharat Scouts and Guide head quarter today.
The conference is being organized by School Education Department, government of Arunachal Pradesh and will conclude in June 25.
Underscoring the needs of better education system, he said that it needs to be revolutionized in the tune of national level for maximum development of the state.
The minster further said that transfer and posting shall be done strictly in accordance with education rule through counseling and NCTE norms shall be strictly adhered to recruitment process. He further said that no recruitment shall be done without conducting Teachers Eligibility Test. He suggested the commissioner Education to organize a separate meeting of Heads of DIET, DRC and SIE to review the progress of teachers’ education and training. He expressed his deep concern on the issue of discrepancy and irregularities in stipend disbursement in schools and also stressed the need of inspection of school which is left unattended by the DDSE.
Director of School Education, Bodong Yirang spoke on module of proper strengthening of Elementary Directorate by evolving stable plan and policy.
Amongst other, Commissioner Education Hage Khoda, Director of School Education T Taloh, SPD SSA, DSEs, DDSEs and other state and district level officials attended the inaugural session. During the three days long conference, problems of department, RMSA, CCE, MDM scheme, Saakshar Bharat Mission, Teacher Education, Implementation of national flagship programme besides academic, planning and establishment matters of both Directorate including SSA &RTE are being discussed.
ITANAGAR, June 24: In the back drop of claims and counter claims between the citizen of Pasighat and the Power/Hydropower department regarding the frequent power failure in the oldest town of the state, a high level meeting was convened between the representatives of Pasighat People Welfare Committee (PPWC) led by its Chairman Okom Yosung & Secretary Oyin Moyong and representatives from State Government and concern departments including Parliamentary Secretary (Hydropower) Gojen Gadi, Parliamentary Secretary (Law & Justice), J.K Pangeng, Chief Engineer (Hydro Power)Lipe Ete, Chief Engineer (Power) Ogum Moyong, S.E Hydro Power (Jenging Circle)Pura Tupe, Advisor to CM Nanom Jamoh under the chairmanship of Education Minister Bosiram Siram who is also the local MLA.
In a memorandum, the PPWC executives highlighted the frequent power failure and demanded
for immediate solution to the issue in Pasighat and its adjoining area. The demand
included: Complete replacement of turbines at Yembung Hydel, complete renovation
of Pasighat Sille Hydel, early completion of 132 KV tower line from Aalo to Pasighat,
creation of Assistant Engineer Electro-
Speaking on the occasion, Gojen Gadi confirmed that the Rina Hydropower is in good working condition to generate 2 Megawatt Power and Yembung Hydropower is in renovation. He added that out of 4 units of Yembung Hydel, 2 units are in working condition and these 2 units can be operated and some of the power can be evacuated to Pasighat in case the evacuation system is ok.
CE (Power) Ogum Moyong informed that because of ongoing trans-
Siram further indicated that the land owner in and around Pangin area is creating
obstacle towards erection of tower line in their respective areas due to which there
has been delay in completion of Aalo-
Later the delegations also called on Power Secretary Tumke Bagra at his Vidyut Bhawan office and apprised him about the untold miseries the common citizen of Pasighat and adjoining area are facing. He assured to extend all possible help and urged the delegation to convince public to cooperate in the 132 kv tower erection.
Tobom Dai, spokesperson of AAPSU, who was also part of the delegation, on being queried by the media said that the meeting ended on a positive note.
However, mincing no words, Tobom said that crores of money was pumped into renovation of Yembung hydel Project down the years without any output and most surprisingly, the 2 MW Rina Hydel Project was commissioned last January (5 months ago) but is now churning out 400 KW for the reason best known to the concern department.
Moreover from highly placed sources, Rs 2 crores 57 lacs was sanctioned to Pasighat
electrical division for up-
He further said that students’ community of the area will be setting up an independent enquiry committee to unearth the truth behind the constant power failure.
Gamlin calls for fair and unbiased reporting
NAHARLAGUN, June 24: Chief Minister Jarbom Gamlin while inaugurating the office of
the Arunachal chapter of the regional channel DY365 at Mowb-
He further called upon the channel to enlighten and highlight the developmental initiatives and programmes and performance of the Govt. to the people of the state in particular and region in general.
The Chief Minister welcomed the foray of the DY365 and other channels to the state. He assured that the state Government would extend all possible cooperation to news channels operating in the state. The Managing Director, Dipanita Jaiswal, speaking on the occasion said that the DY365 which started in 2008 endeavors to project the voice of the people of NE and the diverse culture and people and tribes of the region highlighting the issues & problems confronting the region by providing fearless, fair, and unbiased reporting. She further sought the cooperation of all adding that her channel would ensure in abiding by the principles of fair reporting.
The General Manager, Saurav Mahanta, said that the Channel is committed to promote Arunachal Pradesh to the rest of the world and would highlight the developmental initiatives of the state Govt. to the people of the state.
The Minister Power (Electrical), Forest & Environment, Setong Sena, Former minister M R Dodum, Director, IPR, Leki Phuntso, PD ( APSACS) Dr. Emi Rumi were among the guests present on the occasion. (DIPR)
ANINI, June 24: The All Idu Mishmi Students Union (AIMSU) has demanded scrapping of FCI Anini’s transit camp at Roing citing reason that it has become an excuse for siphoning of PDS items.
It says the ‘transit camp’ is becoming the chief reason for non availability of PDS items in Dibang Valley district. “Such transit camps are established on pretext of poor road communication.”
Calling the Anini PDS crisis as the carbon copy of the Roing crisis it once faced, the union recalls that a similar transit camp was also established in Tinsukia for PDS item meant for Lower Dibang Valley district.
The former Roing DC YW Ringu is credited for successfully carrying out investigation in identifying such ‘transit camps’ as the source of the crisis leading to abolishing of Tinsukia FCI camp.
Appreciating the efforts of Ringu in fine tuning the PDS system in Roing, AIMSU now demands for similar action from Anini DC.
The Anini DC Abu Tayeng says the transit camp at Roing is only a ‘temporary arrangement” and the decision for establishing such camps is taken solely by FCI.” He also informed that the monthly allotment for PDS rice for Dibang Valley is reduced from 700 quintal to 210 quintals.
Reacting to the reduction in PDS quota, AIMSU in a petition to Anini DC has condemned the approach calling it as ‘arm twisting’ method of government authorities.
“Instead of soul searching, the authorities has resorted to cheap tactics to gag the people who were vocal about the malpractices rotting the system.”
AIMSU in its petition has also demanded decentralization of the tendering process
for PDS Whole Sale Nominee-
ITANAGAR, June 24: The residents of Khonsa bank colony led by its president Nokjo
Wanghop conducted a social service by repairing the 400 mtre long road of the colony
beginning from June 24 on self-
When asked about the enthusiasm among the residents while conducting the social service one of the members of the colony rightly said, “We cannot depend on government for everything. We must also contribute from our side in whatever small way we can. We must learn to love our surroundings and our colonies and maintain them, after all we are using the road and it is our duty to keep it motorable. In the process if the government departments extend help, well and good.
The other residents of Khonsa town have appreciated the bank colony members for their venture. It is needless to add here that the township roads are in pretty bad shape for lack of maintenance. The heads of work departments seldom stay in the station and so the poor residents have no one to approach to address their problems.(DIPRO)
ITANAGAR, June 24: The District Health Society, Changlang organized a Health management information system (HMIS) training for BA/DA, ANMs, Health assistants and LHV at District Hospital conference hall, Changlang for 2 days. The BA/DA training was extended for 1 day in order to further familiarize with the web portal for data uploading. Online Practice sessions were conducted at District Programme Management Unit (DPMU) Changlang.
The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India is now in the process
of making it mandatory for uploading of different health indicators monthly in standard
format for generating information for better monitoring & evaluation (M & E) from
each health facility across India. This will further help in effective management
and administration of the health centers right from Sub centres to district level
in the district and from the state to the centre. The mission objectives of the NRHM
i.e the reduction of infant mortality rate(IMR), maternal mortality rate(MMR) and
reduction of total fertility rate(TFR) was elaborately explained by the Dr. Pramathesh
De, DMO Changlang. He highlighted that the national IMR, MMR and TFR target upto
2010 is 30, 100 and 2 respectively but till now achieved IMR is 54 which is far behind
the target, though the state reflected a better figure of 31. The present national
MMR is 251 and TFR is 3.2. He stressed on increasing the institutional delivery,
increase in immunization and better service delivery at health facilities in order
to achieve the health goals. He referred to ANMs as the queen of the sub-
The district Programme Manager Gomar Basar and district data assistant Bingung Tangha through power point presentation conducted the training sessions. The different parameters of the web portal format were discussed elaborately and doubts were cleared among the participants which may otherwise lead to wrong inputs of the data. The BA/DA were provided HMIS manual and CDs containing formats. The functionaries of the different health facilities were provided with documents containing the roles and responsibilities, incentives structure etc of ASHA and ASHA Facilitators which will be handy in motivating the extension services at the villages and hamlets. The ANMs were stressed to maintain registers and records which will help them in providing accurate data regularly. After the training the BA/DA were directed to collect data from the PHCs/CHCs of their respective block and upload the same according to facility wise from the nearest internet facility like CICs etc in the web portal by first week of every month.
ZIRO, June 24: Two times champions (of 2008 and 2009) Diibo Sports Club (DSC) lifted
the most coveted Dree Football Trophy by defeating Laji Bogia Sports Club (LBSC)
Diibo earned their third goal in 70th minutes when Koj Chotu found the target.
Laji Bogia, who were desperate to find the equalizers, put up a brave fight in the
second half. But their all attempts were thwarted by their rivals and the team had
to be content with the runners up title. Dipten Banerjee, Chairman-
Most of the individual prizes were grabbed by Diibo players.
The awards for best player, best goal keeper, best fair play player and best team manager were awarded to Ligang Bunghu, Bamin Tani, Chiging Pilya and Koj Tabiyo of Diibo Sports Club respectively. The award for the highest individual goal scorer was shared by Koj Chotu of DSC and Mihin Taker of Sojang Lapang Sports Club. Both Koj amd Mihin scored 7 goals each in the tournament.
The best defender and best coach awards went to Habung Taker and Padi Chama of Laji
Bogia Sports Club and best fair play team’s title was given to Youngest Club Hari
by local MLA Padi Richo, while Lower Subansiri DC Nila Mohanan gave away the runner-
ITANAGAR, June 24: Arunachal Bullet Club appealed to the fellow citizen of Arunachal Pradesh to observe every Monday as “One Arunachalism Day” by wearing traditional dresses either in office, work place or in journey etc. and every Friday as “My Tribes Day” to strengthen unity, peace, love and respect. “It would also promote and preserve our rich culture and tradition in true sense,” it said.
While expressing its gratefulness to the people and the district administration of West Kameng, specially Tawang Dist. HoDs for their overwhelming support and assistance to the visiting riders, ABC felt that other districts of the state need to learn a lot from Tawang in terms of hospitality, manner, attitude and the ways to keep the environment clean and hygienic.
The club’s major upcoming programmes during 2011 includes rides to the neglected areas of Arunachal in order to highlight the sorrow and pain of the fellow citizens, ride to “Save Tirap” to promote peace and tranquillity, Ride to Shillong to participate in NERM’2011 and Ride to Sikkim and Bhutan for cultural exchange and to promote tourism.
Meanwhile ABC effected a major reshuffling of its office bearers for smooth functioning.
ITANAGAR, June 24: Expressing dissatisfaction over the role of the state Govt and the Nyishi legislators towards its demand for proper action against reporter Pradip Thakur for his derogatory remarks against Nyishi community in Times of India on May 4 edition, All Nyishi Students Union (ANSU) has decided to call 36 hours Capital Complex bandh from June 27 morning in favour of its demands.
Earlier, the Union had called 12-
However, the union suspended its movement temporarily on May 31 following a meeting between ANSU, Nyishi Elite Society and Nyishi legislators on May 29 in which the 10 legislators had pleaded ANSU and NES to authorize them to take up the Thakur issue with government at highest level. However ANSU had warned that if proper action is not initiated within 20 days time, the union would continue its movement against Thakur.
ANSU has decided to go with its second phase of 36 hours capital bandh as the state Govt and the legislators failed to respond to its demands on Thakur issue within the given time, said ANSU president Sikka Gapak while addressing the media persons here today.
Pradip Thakur is answerable not only to Nyishi community but to the entire people of Arunachal Pradesh as he tried to divide the people of the state on communal line by his derogatory remarks, said ANSU president.
Rejecting statement of Times of India published in national dailies seeking apology for derogatory remark in recent past as mere clarification, the Union reiterated its demand for arrest of Pradip Thakur, revelation of source of his report and also demanded unconditional apology.
We are completely disheartened with the manner the Govt is handling the Thakur issue and the failure of the Nyishi legislators to come out with any results, the ANSU leader said and urged the Govt to maintain transparency and disclosed its steps taken on the issue. He further said “we also demand the revelation of call records of Pradip Thakur with details so that people of the state know the truth behind the issue.”
Disclosing that the Guwahati High Court summoned ANSU to appear before the court on June 29 on the Thakur issue, Gapak also expressed surprise over the submission of substantial documents including papers meant for the media houses by Thakur to Court with his bail plea.
ANSU vice president Tagru Tame said that its movement will continue until the Govt disclose details information on the issue and a logical solution is reached.
(International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Drug Trafficking)
Drug, when used for treatment of an ailment is a boon for mankind because in most of the cases, it cures the disease and save us from certain death. As the saying goes, every merit has its own demerit; drug is no exception to it. When a drug is abused, it’s a dreaded menace for every one of us. It not only ruins the life of the person who abuses it but also has a collateral affect on the family in particular and society in general. The United Nation Office of Drug Control report say that there are nearly 200 million people around the globe who are using illicit drugs such as cocaine, cannabis, hallucinogens, opiates and sedative hypnotics. It’s a matter of concern for every one of us.
When we talk of India, North East Region is regarded as the hub for Drug Abuse and Illicit Drug Trafficking because of its geographical proximity with the infamous Golden Quadrangle. Manipur, which has the highest ratio of HIV/AIDS concentration in the country, the main routes of HIV/AIDS transmission, is through Intravenous Drug Use (IDU).
In the context of Arunachal Pradesh, when we talked about Drug Abuse, one of the
major problems is the traditional use of opium which is popularly known as ‘kaani’
in the districts of Lohit, Anjaw, Tirap and Changlang. But the main concern is the
Intravenous Drug Users (IDU) among the youth in the state. As per Mapping Report
on IDU carried out by APSACS and Site Validation conducted by the District Programme
Officers of North East Regonal Office Guawahati under National AIDS Control Organasation
and Assistant Director, Targetted Intervention, Arunachal Pradesh State AIDS Control
Society (APSACS), there are 1762 IDUs in Arunachal Pradesh out of which 70-
It’s a fact that every one of us has some instinct of doing something for the welfare and cause of the society. June 26th which was declared as ‘International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Drug Trafficking’ by United Nation’s General Assembly in 1987 provides an opportunity to every one of us to contribute for the cause of people affected by drug abuse. This is the day to create awareness on ill effect of Drug Abuse on an individual and society as whole.
As the youths are the vulnerable population which drug abuse affect the most, APSACS
in collaboration with the Green Mount School, Itanagar is organizing a Seminar on
the topic “Drug Abuse, HIV/AIDS and Youth” to mark International Day Against Drug
Abuse and Illicit Drug Trafficking” at Green Mount School, Itanagar on 26th June
2011. The Inter-
An open letter to Chief Minister
I on behalf of the people of Baat and on behalf of Papum-
In this regard, several correspondence has been made to Chief Engineer (WZ) PWD,Itanagar through EE, PWD Doimukh Divison but it is astonishing to learn that no positive action is initiated since two years of repeated appeals. The PWD has completely failed to address the grievances placed by the commuters of the road and the people of this area. Such attitude of the PWD reflects ineffectiveness. Moreover, despite our hue and cry for immediate restoration of the said road the State PWD, has not kept any fund provision for restoration work at Landslide zone and for the maintenance of the same road which is also the main Life line of the people of this area.
I do appreciate good gesture of MLA of 14th Doimukh, who rushed to spot along with EE,PWD,Div Doimukh on the 11th Sept,2010 to ascertain about extent of damages caused by the flash flood and thereafter, he assured to bring Fund under SPA / FDR schemes which basically is meant for such purpose only. Till date no any positive outcome is witnessed as assured.
Therefore, I reverently appeal our beloved Chief Minister to intervene and direct the Department concerned to early restoration of the said road keeping in view the importance of the area and the threat to the Ganga Lake and the Baat village.
Papum Pare NCP Unit
Let the girls stand on their own feet
I would like to draw the attention of the Tagin society, particularly Tagins of Siyum to Taksin towards the social evils being practiced against girl child in the society.
It is observed that immature girls, who have not attained the adulthood, are being forced to enter into conjugal life with aged person. Moreover, sometimes, girls are forced to marry mentally retarded persons. Such forceful marriage ruins the future of girl who has no other option but to commit suicide. These are some of the social evils which responsible for backwardness of our girls.
In our society, girls should be treated equally with boys. Let the girls stand on their own feet. Let them live their life.
I request the Tagin society to raise voice against ill-
The never ending woes of Dambuk
This is regarding the letters "Reversing trend of development"/"Let there be fair distribution" published in yesterday’s edition.
I am from Dambuk. I won’t go to details as one of writers mentioned many things in yesterday's edition but interestingly, it is known as Kala Pani of Arunachal nowadays. This is the most unfortunate fate we, the people of Dambuk are suffering.
From the month of March to November we are crippled. We are cut off from the world; we can’t even go to Roing which is only 30 km.
People of Dambuk never think of any kind of planning’s and works to be done in these
seasons since we can’t go in or out. The only working season left is Nov-
Only communication left is Mobile phones which seldom gets network towers. If you are getting network in Dambuk means you hit a jackpot of millions.
No Landline telephone service adds to its sorrow.
We have electrical department, which gives two and half hour light with a voltage which does not support even mobile charging, tubes are out of question even bulbs glow as candle light.
Even in winter when we have our lifeline restored the road condition is pathethic, if someone goes for first time, he/she vows never to go the route again.
Our one and only school Govt. Hr Sec School Dambuk is having teaching staff shortage, because of less postings of teachers as per required as well as teachers who are posted are outside Dambuk for almost half the year in working days because of the condition of Dambuk, making it worst.
The worst nightmares is the price of commodities which are tripled the normal MRP rates all over India, eg we buy kerosene @120 per litre at times.
We are farmers mainly by occupation but we feed vegetables, pumpkins, papaya, watermelons, sweet potatoes, tomatoes: fruits, pears, oranges, jackfruits, pineapples etc to pigs instead of selling and earning some money because of the road block.
The list is never ending but what we want from our Govt is atleast hear us, for our cause is genuine and it’s been long period of suffering that any of us can endure.
Dr. James Modi
Delhi, (on email)
A harrowing experience
I would like to share my experience regarding great inconvenience caused due to the irregular flight schedule to Lilabari Airport by Air India. Recently, I was travelling with my family from Bengaluru. As for the fact that there is no direct flight from Bengaluru / Chennai for Lilabari Airport, the nearest Airport to Itanagar after discontinuation of Pawan Hans Service, so the best possible route is through a stopover and change of flight at Kolkatta.
I had on the first instance booked the tickets for Lilabari for 19th June, 2011 but
the flight got cancelled and the tickets were re-
It has caused undue hardship on me for all this process of cancellation and re-
Through this letter my sincere request to the concerned authorities to kindly find a permanent solution for this matter, instead of relying on Air India, which is also like Pawan Hans Copter service ,the most unreliable Airline especially to cover the destination to Lilabari Airport.
A Concerned Citizen
Itanagar, (on email)
Evolve a constructive culture as one people one state
Many sane people will agree with Tongam Rina's write up regarding the negative impact of RTI act. Those people who really are contributing towards the development of our state are a silent mass, they neither have the time nor the inclination to spend their time on finding faults in the system. We have to accept the fact that many of our brethren who are involved in RTI activities cannot convince the authenticity of their work to the general public and they do find little support in the process. Instead if they take the initiative and focus their time and energy on new avenues of development they would have won many hearts and heal many ills because unlike many of our brethren they are fortunate enough to be educated and have seen the light of the day. In future we should shed this legacy and evolve a constructive culture as one people one state.
Pasighat, (on email)
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