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2010

June - 17

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AAPSU questions govt’s lack of coordinated effort

ITANAGAR, June 16: The All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union (AAPSU) has expressed disappointment at the lack of coordinated effort by the State Government to tackle Dibang Valley crisis. Letting people at the mercy of nature with meager food stocks & essential commodities for almost a stretch of two months depicts a sorry state of affairs. The State Government should immediately pay heed to the popular demand of the people facing the hardship and declare emergency in the district, it said.

In the backdrop of compounding problem, the State govt should also announce special economic package for the people as immediate relief.

The Central Government, as requested by the All Idu Mishmi Students’ Union (AIMSU), should also make their presence felt by alleviating the grim situation, it added.

It further said that it is appalling to learn from people affected that the sorties are not turning up when weathers are deemed fit to do so.

The Union urged the concern authorities not to waste a single clear weather day in providing food items & other essential commodities. The Union also wants know from the State government, especially Home Department, on the headways it made on the kidnapping case of IFS officer Vilas Badrekar by suspected NDFB militants from Kamengbari in West Kameng on May 12 last and murder of Dohu Raju, a student DNG College.  

The apex students union also requested the State as well as Central government to suitably reward Bisip Billai, Asst General Secretary of All Mishmi Students Union (AMSU), who has done a great service to the nation by helping Tezu police nab Guan Liang, a Chinese national from Digaru Ghat.

 

Pasighat Police bust inter State gang, arrest five

PASIGHAT, June 16: The Cat & Mouse game between police and computer thieves might be coming to an end as the Pasighat police arrested four culprits yesterday and recovered stolen property after raiding different places of Pasighat town and Jonai, a border town of Assam on Assam-Arunachal Boundary.  

According to the police all together three FIRs were lodged in this regard, one by UPO Er. H R  Singh on May 28, i/c Head Master Govt. ME School (Saw mill area) Nalo Siram on June 2 and SE (Power) Er. Rokom Bado on 9th June 2010 last.

The Pasighat police team immediately swung into action. During their intensive hunt, they could managed to bust an interstate robbery gang which had a link in Assam, the main destination to sale of stolen goods, police informed. All five arrested men were produced before court for further police remand until the whole gang is brought to book.

Though the main culprit Kaling Paron and his associates Mutpak Tayeng and Shyam Thapa, all habitual offenders are still absconding, the police is determined to nab them soon. In all, six police officers including Inspector A.K. Pandey (OC), SI. O. Gao, SI. T. Mingki, SI (SB) T. Taga, ASI.  B. Pait and SI. T. Padung are on the mission.

The SSP East Siang, D.C. Srivastva while appreciating the officers said that commendable work has been done by the police team and they will be recommended for rewards to higher authorities of police. He appealed the citizens to share information to ensure crime-free society. He cautioned people not to buy goods from dubious persons as they may also be prosecuted.

 Appreciating the prompt action of the Pasighat police in nabbing the culprits the Home Minister Tako Dabi said that no thief, dacoit, criminal or anti social element would be spared in the state. Dabi appealed the civil society to come forward to help the police personnel to eliminate anti social activities. The Home minister further hoped that the judiciary and magistrates should also strictly follow the rules & laws and give right punishments to the miscreants to keep the state peaceful and free from disturbance and chaos.

 

DRDA PD Habung Gambo passes away, condolences pour in

SEPPA/ITANAGAR, June 16:  Habung Gambo, Project Director (PD), District Rural Development Agency (DRDA), East Kameng district, passed away yesterday at his residence, Itanagar after a prolonged illness.

He is survived by his wife, three sons and three daughters.

Born on 20th March 1963 at Reru Village, late Gambo joined state government service in the year 1983. Gambo who was serving as Project Director, DRDA, Seppa since 31st July, 2009.

Meanwhile, condolences are pouring in for late Habung Gambo.

East Kameng DC Tope Bam and all the officers and the staffs of the DC’s office and District Rural Development Agency expressed deep sorrow and profound grief at the premature death of  Lt. Habung Gambo.

In a condolence meeting, the officers observed two minute silence and prayed the Almighty God to bestow enough strength and courage to his family members to bear the tragic moment.

The officers and officials of ADC/BDO/CDPO offices, Seijosa also expressed heartfelt grief and sadness at  the demise of Lt. H. Gambo. They prayed for the eternal peace of the departed soul in a condolence meeting organised at the office premises of Sejosa ADC. Remembering late Gambo as someone very helpful and friendly, former MLA of Ziro, Nani Rebia has expressed shock over his death. He offered his condolences to the family of late Gambo. The officers and staffs of rural development department observed two minute silence as mark of respect to the departed soul and prayed for his eternal peace in heavenly abode.

Arunachal Pradesh Civil Service Officer’s Association has mourned death of one of its lovable colleague. The association prayed to almighty to give enough strength to the family member of late Gambo.

All Habung Welfare Assocation, Itanagar, has termed sudden demise of late Gambo as irretrievable loss to Habung clan as well state of Arunachal.

Meanwhile, All Apatani Youth Association, All Lower Subansiri Students Union and Dera Natung Government College Student Union has also condoled the death of late Habung Gambo. DIPRO/Sources

 

Nolang Club Balinong lift Kharsang Football Trophy

KHARSANG June 16: Tournaments and championships not only provide a platform for youths to showcase their talents but also provide an opportunity to present themselves in the state and national arena, said local MLA Kamlomg Mossang while attending the valedictory function of the Kharsang Football Trophy 2010’ (KFT) as chief guest at Kharsang Higher Secondary school yesterday.

He appreciated Geo-Enpro Petroleum Ltd Kharsang for taking the initiative to bring about positive changes amongst youths through games and sports. He further expressed the hope that the company will continue its support and sponsor such events in future.

The MLA pointed out that when such platforms are provided for youths, there are fewer chances for youths to astray from the mainstream.

Besides academic, sports should also be given due importance, the MLA said. He further expressed hope that in days to come, sportsperson of the district would be representing not only the state but also the country as well.

Miao EAC G Hazarika attending the function as the guest of honour thanked Geo-Enpro for sponsoring as well as for providing platform to youths. He futher hoped that the company would encourage and help sportspersons looking for its support.

Geo-Enpro, as a corporate house takes its duties very seriously wherein youths are concerned as youths are the future of the nation, said Geo-Enpro Petroleum Ltd Kharsang General Manager Naveen Kumar.

Keeping in mind the need to bring distracted youths to main track, the Company decided to sponsor the event which would involve not only the youths but also the local populace and administration besides bringing about some positive activity in the area, Naveen added.

The general manager further assured the Company’s full support to youths in the field of academic and sports.

Kharsang CO A J Lungphi, the man behind success of the tournament said that  an organizing committee was formed to see that youths get the required platform to showcase their talents while an important message of environment awareness is spread amongst the masses.

The month-long Kharsang Football Trophy tournament saw Nolang Club of Balinong and Sporting Club of Kuttom fight in the finals.

Nolang Club of Balinong thrashed Sporting Club Kuttom by 6-2 in the final and lifted 1st Kharsang Football Championship trophy and a cash prize of Rs 15000.

Sporting Club Kuttom walked away with the runner-up trophy besides cash prize of Rs 8000.

New Chingsa Club and Miao United Club took the third and fourth places respectively.

Twenty teams from Kharsang and Miao circles participated in the tournament.

Man of the match award went to Captain of Sporting Club Kuttom, Senglong Bo. He was given a trophy and cash prize.

The best goalkeeper was awarded to Rajesh Rekhung of New Chingsa Club. The highest scorer was awarded to Sengnong Rongrang of Nolang Club.

The best discipline team was awarded to Collective Youth Club of Namphai-I.

The tournament was organized by Kharsang Sports’ Committee and sponsored by Geo-Enpro Petroleum Ltd Kharsang.

Earlier, on June 14, Changlang District Zilla Parisad Chairperson J Jugli flagged off the Kharsang Eco-Cycling competition for Women from Geo-Enpro Tinali Point Kharsang amids huge gathering.

The competition was organized by Kharsang Sports’ Committee and sponsored by Geo-Enpro Petroleum Ltd Kharsang.

Altogether 47 women participated in the 16 km race. The Eco-Cycling was organized to spread awareness with the motto to protect preserve and save environment.

The first prize of one ladies bicycle with cash prize of three thousand was won by Shamtum Rongrang of Jorang village Kharsang.

Roshmi Rongrang of Jorang village and Roiphul Taikam of Kharsang Jugli won the second and third cash prizes of Rs 2500 and Rs 1500 respectively.

Niwan Rongrang of Balinong and Winseng Rekhung of New Longkey won consolation prizes of Rs 500 each. The youngest participant award was awarded to Lomsa Rongrang. The prizes were distributed by local MLA Kamlong Mossang after the Kharsang Football Trophy finals yesterday.

 

Please don’t divide Arunachal in the name of tribes

Dear Editor,

The news under the headline "Khandu calls on centre for relaxation of Article 170 for accommodation of more ministers" does not make any sense in a state like Arunachal, where every time the Govt seems crying because of scarcity of fund for development.

28 major tribes and 110 sub-tribes are represented by the MLA's or say Law Makers. It is the inability of the policy makers who make policies not efficient enough to take care of all the tribes. Instead of accommodating more Ministers, the Government should change its policy by conducting grass root level survey of our state, and implementing the recommendations without any political biases.

By the way, we have more than enough Parliamentary Secretary wasting the states fund.

A Minister is for entire state not for the tribe he/she represents, they are for Arunachal as whole. For Humanity sake, please don't divide our beautiful and peaceful state into tribes and sub-tribes. Why can't we be proud to be a 21st Century Human?

Yours,

A citizen

 

 

No truth in allegation

Dear Editor,

The statement made by Dilip Rai against Baba Ramdev in your esteemed daily is condemned for he did it to meet his selfish end. It is a baseless and shameful act for the mankind in general and the people of India in particular to defame a person who works day in and day out all 365 days to make the life of other people better.

There was no truth in the allegations. Why it was published in a Daily of this part of India instead of Sikkim and Delhi. The news makes no sense that the people of Sikkim have lost faith in Baba Ramdeve after the visit.

 I am very sorry that Dilip Chetry is intolerant towards growing popularity of Pranayam & Yog in every nook and corner of Sikkim. To brand yog a mere donation collecting activity, is to disrespect our revered yogis like Maharshi Patanjali, Lord Buddha, Mahabir, Baba Ramdev to name a few. In mathematics there is no number as hefty and is self explanatory for his validity. Nor I have ever heard of any case pending against the chief minister in Supreme Court of India.

It is expected that Dilip Chetry would give correct account of the happenings; otherwise he has no right to misguide the right thinking and rational citizen of India.

Yours,

Ram Prasad

Rajya Prabhari (Sikkim)

Patanjali Yog Samiti.

 

 

Unless the mind is without fear

Dear Editor,

Apropos the editorial "Corporal Punishment" (16 June), a society is best judged by the way it treats its children. The beastly practice of corporal punishment not only results in grave injuries and even death to students, many innocent little ones start suffering from Didaskalcinophobia ( fear of going to school), thereby affecting the career of the children. Many children get psychologically shattered forever or take resort to suicidal steps.

It is high time the teachers act as true well-wishers of their students. Instead of overburdening the students with home tasks and tests, they should inculcate in the children morals, values and allow them time and space to breathe. The faults or weaknesses in their character can be rectified by counselling and advice, not by ridiculing or beating. Unless the minds of the younger ones are without fear, how can they hold their heads high?

Yours,

Kajal Chatterjee,

Kolkata-114.

 

EPS reach Zemithang with message on water quality

ITANAGAR, June 16:  The Environment Protection Society has covered Zemithang circle under Tawang district as the Society initiate workshop on capacity building of PRI's for handling of water quality test by field test under NRWQM & SP.

The Society members visited interiors areas too which required walking for miles. The villagers were too happy to get involved with the workshop as they got a chance to learn something new which is related to their daily life. Along with the main workshop, the Society spread the message of global warming and its effect, proper sanitation and a briefed on AIDS. The Society thanked   PHE department for providing them with a chance carry the message of proper sanitation to the people of Zemithang circle.

 

Dance extravaganza in Arunachal

ITANAGAR, June 16: Christened Arunachal Boogie Woogie Dance Competition 2010, the Hornbill Centre for Development (HCD) is organizing the State level dance competition for all the 16 districts of the State.   

The winner of this month long competition will bag a whopping amount of Rs 3 lac while runners up will get 2 lac. There are prizes for the Top -10 finalists also. They will be given feature-rich Nokia mobile handset each.  

Dance extravaganza by the HCD which is affiliated to Smriti and Darshan Samiti, New Delhi,  have been persistently involved in the activities pertaining to youth awakening in the State, says its president Kipa Ajay. “We need to create platform for our young talents. Their talents remain hidden in some corner due to dearth of platform”, Ajay said while seeking support from everyone for the smooth conduct of the competition.

The dance competition will be open to all, both male and female, with minimum age of 14 and maximum of 22 years.  

The actual competition will begin from 5th of September and will conclude on 5th of October in capital complex. However, prior to this, there will be audition round in districts in a phase wise manner and which will start from 5th August. Meanwhile, the organizer has informed that forms have been made available to the intending participants in prime locations.

 

Govt is serious on MDM: DC

TAWANG, June 16: Tawang Deputy Commissioner Gamli Padu reviewed the implementation of Mid Day Meal Scheme of education department with headmaster of various schools of Tawang block and stake holder in a meeting held here at the conference hall of DDSE’s office today.

Speaking on the occasion, Padu said that the government is very serious about implementation of Mid Day Meal scheme. The Supreme Court has appointed a commissioner to see that the scheme is implemented properly. The teachers being the representative of the government on the field, has much important role in making the scheme successful. So, he asked them to be more enthusiastic and dedicated in discharging their duties.

He appreciated teachers for frankly placing the issues and problems related to the scheme. He assured to extend all kinds of help in smooth implementation of the scheme in particular and up-liftment of the education scenario in the district as a whole.

Speaking on poor performance of the district in the last CBSE exam, he said that the district has less number of teachers in the school which is affecting the academic activity. The matter has been appraised at higher authority to mitigate the problem, he added.  He also asked schools to maintain register on days of classes held as good results can be obtained by conducting regular classes.

The DC stressed on cleanliness of the schools and said that cleanliness habit must be taught to the students. He declared that prizes will be given to the school for planting trees and creation of flower gardens at respective campuses and vacant land.

Earlier, V. R. Rajan, scheme in charge presented the report on implementation of Mid Day Meal Scheme at the district and put forwarded issues and problems. DDSE, Rinchin Phuntsok also spoke in length on the implementation of the scheme and on general management of schools.

The review of Lumla and Jang Sub-division is scheduled to be held on 18th and 19th June under the chairmanship of respective ADCs. (DIPRO)

 

Time for some real action by the Civil Society

Taba Ajum

ITANAGAR, June 16: Foundation for a better society is usually laid with active participation of civil society. Time and again it has been found that strong and active civil society can act as social watchdog, even to the extent of taking government to task if they don’t perform their duty properly.  If one sit-down and write about numerous historical movements carried out by civil societies involving general masses throughout the world, one would find that even most powerful rulers had to bow down in front of ordinary citizens because of such wave.

However in Arunachal Pradesh, civil society bodies are noticeably absent and those few present also does not have their own independent voice.  Taking advantage of this weakness, every now and then some new groups comes up with their own way of pressurizing government, claiming to be representative of masses. They come up with some issues and there will be series of bandh calls, dharnas etc. demanding fulfillment of their wishes. By the time ordinary citizens tries to understand what really is the matter, issues dies a natural death and groups vanishes in thin air, till they find another new issue to pressurize government.  And poor citizens like us keep on wondering why this group gives up the issue after bestowing ray of hope.

Most of the civil society groups of state are community based like Nyishi Elite Society, Galo Welfare Society, Adi-Baane Kebang, Singpho Development Society and so on.  These groups represent one particular community and so it could be wrong to expect them to care for entire state.  Except All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union (AAPSU) and few others, state does not have one particular civil society group representing voice of entire people of Arunachal.  There is complete disarray between different tribes and no sense of unity to stand together on issues bothering the whole state.  Recently when anti-dam protesters mostly comprising of women were beaten up at Ponging village by para-military forces, most of the civil society groups of state remained silent.  If similar thing had occurred in other state, only god or union home ministry could have saved those police forces and Jaypee group. But what a shame, no one, except ordinary people came out to condemn that incident.

Everybody knows that there is rampant corruption going on but none of the present civil society groups dares to take up the matter.  There are major issues like Dam and Chakma refugee, concerning people of state, but none of them takes interest in these issues.  There is this common justification given by each of them-‘issue is concern to that tribe or this tribe’. They don’t know that one day, these will issue will become headache for the entire state. Our state is going through a transitional period, there is need for us to develop strong civil society movement to tackle government on every issues pertaining to the interest of ordinary citizens.

Already present generation citizens are suffering because of mis-management of state by our elders. Though late, still there is time to make amends and build better future for Arunachalees. If we don’t make this state a better place to live, the coming generation of Arunachalee will curse us like way we do with our elders for making mess out of Arunachal.  Time for some real action by so called civil society groups of state!

 

DRDA GB meeting calls for effective implementation of poverty alleviation schemes

PASIGHAT, June 16:  East Siang Deputy Commissioner cum DRDA CEO Onit Panyang stressed on effective implementation of poverty alleviation programs in the district.  He was addressing the 43rd Governing Body meeting of DRDA today.

He exhorted the members present to co-ordinate effectively with line departments and other agencies including Panchayati Raj Institutions, banks and other financial institutions for proper and effective implementation of poverty alleviation programmes   in the district.

MP Ninnong Ering was also present in the meeting. He urged the BDOs for timely preparation of reports on completed and ongoing  projects and formulation of  future plans.

The Chairperson, East Siang Zilla Parisad Y Dabi also stressed on effective implementation of anti-poverty programs in rural areas.

The PD DRDA T. Pada presented the Annual Report of the last financial year 2009-10. The ZP members expressed their dissatisfactions over the centrally sponsored schemes like MGNREGA, distribution of CGI sheets under IAY etc. The house also discussed the  draft AAP 2010-11.

All the ZPMs, BDOs, Anchal Chairpersons, EE RWD, DFO (T) incharge-DRDA,  bank managers  and DRDA official were present in the meeting.

A district level vigilance and monitoring committee meeting was also held on the same day. The meeting was presided over by  Ering. All the BDOs presented their progress report and put their suggestions. DIPRO.

 

Gollo Yam Mallo, Likha Kiran Kabak to head Nyishi Nyem Acham

ITANAGAR, June 16: The first General body Meeting of Nyishi Nyem Acham was held on June 12 at Nyikum Niya Hall Nirubjuli with election of Deputy Director School Education, Lower Subansiri, Gollo Yam Mallo as the New President for the year 2010-2013.

Assistant Director SIRD Likha Kiran Kabak was unanimously elected as General Secretary.

The Outgoing President Higio Aruni, shared the work taken up by the Acham and its achievements during the outgoing tenure. She said that the main achievement of the Acham was the formation of jikom kochi which is a common Kobe for Nyishi women of five Nyishi inhabitant districts.

The outgoing General Secretary Toko Yalam Gem  informed the various activities taken up by the Acham which was successfully completed. Felicitations Ceremony of all the successful Nyishid in various fields, finding of dress code for different occasions, vendors awareness camp held at various parts of Capital Complex.

 

Casual staff resent non-release of salaries

Correspondent

ROING, June 16: The casual employees of hydro power (civil) department Roing expressed resentment over the delay in release of their salaries pending for the last three month.

In a complaint letter to the deputy commissioner, all the 29 casual employees resented they are still deprived of their salary, DA when the employees of other departments have already obtained 5% and 8% of DA/Arrears.  ACP and over time benefits become thing of the past for the employees of the Hyrdo power department who works till late night during breakdown of the Deopani hydel’s channel, the letter regretted.

When contracted the EE (hydro power, Civil) said that two month’s salaries were cleared and are in the Treasury.  He called upon the staff to cooperate with the department.

 

Improve road condition in East Kameng: APMTF

ITANAGAR, June 16: Expressing concern over the lack of proper road infrastructure in interior region of the East Kameng district,  Arunachal Public Motors Transport Federation (APMTF), East Kameng unit has appealed all  the district MLAs  to initiate action for improvement of interior roads leading to the district headquarters Seppa.

Various road accidents are taking place due to poor road infrastructure in the district, the Federation  said  and claimed that  a young passenger died on the spot and many  other injured when a  Tata mobile (Regn No AS 12E-1024) met with an accident on way from Seppa to Pijirang area on June 12 last at around 2.30 pm.  The injured passengers were shifted to district hospital, the federation said.

While visiting the accident spot, the APMTF executives prayed to Almighty for eternal peace of the departed soul. They also appealed the vehicle owners to keep them informed about any unfortunate accident so that the Federation takes up the matter for further perusal.

 

Mass re-training for Group-D staff begins

ITANAGAR, June 16: A Mass Re-Training programme for Group D employees of the Arunachal Pradesh civil secretariat  began  at  Administrative Training Institute (ATI) today. As many as 212 employees will be trained in 7 batches of 3 days duration each during the programme which will conclude on July 8 last.

The decision for providing this Mass Re-training programme for Group `D' Employees was taken by the Govt. in accordance with the provisions and  recommendation of the 6th Central Pay Commission to enable their  induction  into higher pay scale.

In her inaugural address in the re-training programme Swati Sharma, Spl. Secretary (GA/DA) lauded the ATI for taking up the training.  

Terming the Grade-IV employees as the face of the Govt department, Sharma stressed on the need to enhance the knowledge and skill of the employees to meet the challenges. She also appreciated the design of the training which incorporates all important subjects of Office Procedures & Rules besides other topics like stress management in work place, budget and its expenditure control including CCS (Conduct Rule) & Disciplinary Rule/ Pension Matters etc.

Earlier,  the Director (Training) Pema Tshetan in his welcome address informed the participants that this short duration training programme will not only enhance competence of the Group'D' Employees but also beneficial for their service career. T. Lodo, Dy. Director (Training) and  the Course Coordinator presented a brief highlight of the 3 days training programme and  requested the participants to avail the benefit of the training.

 

CO asks officers to report to duty

ITANAGAR, June 16: A helpless circle officer (CO) has asked the departmental officials who are posted under Toru administrative circle but stationed at Doimukh and other places of Capital Complex to report for duties within June 30.

In spite of available accommodation facilities being provided to them by the government, some stubborn departmental officials/staff are reluctant to stay at their respective posting places which have hampered smooth functioning of offices, the CO observed. Non-compliance with this official order would invite disciplinary action, he said while discouraging absenteeism.

 

Anjaw BJP appeal for quality education

ITANAGAR, June 16: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Anjaw district has appealed the authorities concerned to take immediately step for improved education scenario in the district.

Education system in Anjaw is deteriorating since 1996 due to shortage of quality teachers, Anjaw BJP president  Banim Kri said, while adding that  only qualified teachers  and handsome salary help  improve the education scenario  in the primary level, which is the foundation of education.

 

 

NSS volunteer from Arunachal selected for Japan tour

ITANAGAR, June 16: Techi Yopu, a NSS volunteer from government higher secondary school, Naharlagun has been selected to represent North-East India in the SAARC Japan Special Fund Youth Exchange Programme to be held from 23rd June to 2nd July 2010 at Japan. All together seven NSS volunteers have been selected from various regions of the country to represent the nation.

Techi Yopu is the first ever NSS volunteers from Arunachal to get selected for such a unique opportunity in abroad.

Meanwhile it has been informed that state NSS cell under directorate of higher and technical education, Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh is going to organize national seminar on youth and volunteerism from 23rd to 25th July next.

 

Relaxation for Tirap- Changlang

ITANAGAR, June 16: According to official communication received from Brajesh Kumar, Commandant, Recruitment, the Ministry of Home Affairs has reduced the educational qualification from matriculation to class-VIII and also height requirement from 162.5 cms (male) to 157.5 cm for the candidate from Tirap- Changlang   districts belonging to ST for post of Constable/General Duty in BSF for the year 2010 only.

 

Kidzee in Tirap

ITANAGAR, June 16: Kid zee Tirap valley school was inaugurated by Wangliam Lowang, DC, Tirap district today.  The Kid zee Tirap Valley School is the first time of its kind in the district and few among its kind in our state.

KIDZEE aims to provide the experiences for physical & Motor, cognitive, aesthetic, language, sensorial and socio-emotional development of the child through creative and modern education in a congenial and caring environment, thus enabling the child to  cope with the ever-growing challenges of life. In short, preparing an ideal environment for overall development of the child.

KIDZEE is one of the most premium brand of Zee Interactive Learning System and its main purpose is to improve Human Capital via quality education and development.

 

ARASU support LSYO demand

ITANAGAR, June 16: All Raga Area Students’ Union (ARASU)  has endorsed the demand of the  Lower Subansiri Youth Organisation (LSYO) for allocation of vacant  and waste land within Hapoli. Demand  is genuine    and based on 1970 agreement, the union said and urged the district administration to consider the demand   for  proper justice.

 

Tree plantation prog

ITANAGAR, Jun 16: The North East Development Welfare Society, Itanagar organised a tree plantation Programe around Office Complex of State Gazetteers Itanagar in which more than 100 trees were planted.

The President of NEDWS , Tabom Boje assured that the society is contemplating to plant more than 10000 trees in the current year."

 

AR nabs NSCN (K) terrorists

CHANGLANG, June 16: 25 Assam Rifles, under 25 Sector Assam Rifles & the Dah Division achieved a major breakthrough in countering insurgents in Changlang district with arrest of two NSCN (K) terrorists. Terrorists are Myanmar nationals.

Intelligence inputs in recent past were indicating that NSCN (K) terrorists are trying to increase their influence in Changlang district for carryout extortion from shopkeepers and villagers.

 

Appointments

ITANAGAR, June 16: Kenjum Riba has been selected as Secretary of District Sports Association, West Siang District in a meeting held at Aalo recently.

Meanwhile, MLA Jarkar Gamlin appreciated the performance of the DSA, West Siang District and advised them to organise other social activities also.

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