KKCC, Ziro-II Cricket Club win in U-19 T20 cricket
ITANAGAR, Nov 2: Kargu Kardi Cricket Club (KKCC) and Ziro-II Cricket Club won their
respective matches played against Eleven Star Cricket Club and Nirjuli Legends Cricket
club in preliminary round of the U-19 Inter Club Ranking T20 Cricket tournament at
Naharlagun cricket ground today.
KKCC beat Eleven Star Cricket Club by five wicket in the first match while Ziro-II
Cricket club crushed Nirjuli Legends Cricket club by 40 runs in another match of
the day. Nido Yomcha of KKCC and Joram Richo of Ziro-II were declared men of the
KVK conducts train prog
ITANAGAR, Nov 2: With a view to enhance the participation of youth in agriculture
and allied subjects, Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK), Upper Subansiri organized a one
day training at Lida Secondary school yesterday.
A total of 70 participants were present for the day long training programme.
Nyape Bam, Farm Manager spoke on the objectives of training and brief introduction
about the activities & functions of KVK.
Dr. W. Purnima Devi, Subject Matter Specialist (SMS) Agronomy spoke on integrated
farming system while Nani Yampi, SMS (P.P.) discussed on “Package of practices of
Oyster Mushroom”, keeping in view the availability of raw materials of Oyster Mushroom.
This was followed by lecture on “Poultry farming –an income generation for rural
youth”, by Dr. Bina Saikia, SMS (A.H & Vety.).
Dipjyoti Bora, Prog. Asst. (Fishery) spoke on “Role of fisheries in economic development
and suggested the participants to adopt the scientific fish farming technique.
ASBA team bring laurels
ITANAGAR, Nov 2: Arunachal state Badminton Association (ASBA) sponsored participants
Gita karki and Pinki Karki of Arunachal Pradesh won the Girls’ double(Jr) defeating
Rupashree Nath and M. Deberma of Tripura in the recently concluded North-East Open
Badminton Championship held at Kohima.
Gita Karki has also been placed in runners, up in the Jr. Girls’ singles defeating
Rupashree Nath of Tripura by 19-21, 21-12 and 21-13.
In the team event, Arunachal won the 3rd place in the Chadha cup (women’s team),
Narang cup (U-19 boys team) and Shafi Qureshi Cup (U-19 Girls’ team)
Arunachal state Badminton Association (ASBA) has congratulated Gita and Pinki Karki
and the Arunachal team for bringing laurels to the state.
AAPWU demands implementation of ACP scheme
ITANAGAR, Nov 2: All Arunachal Pradesh Workers’ Union (AAPWU) has demanded immediate
implementation of Assured Career Progress (ACP) scheme in favour of Work Charge (WC)
employees in the state.
Govt’s denial of implementing the scheme in favour of WC workers is contrary to the
service rules since WC workers also following the same CCS rules and FRSR which clearly
indicates that they are also regular Government employee, said an AAPWU memorandum
submitted to PWD Minister Nabam Tuki and Parliamentary Secretary for Labour and Employment
While regretting that there was no mention of transfer category in WC employees in
engineering department, it appealed to the Government to delete or stop the T/C system
and facilitate to bring all W/C employees to an equal transferable status. It also
demanded that 50% of posts for direct recruitment through interview should be kept
for those WC employees working in various department having ITI certificates. It
said that many ITI certificate holders are working as WC employees in various deprtments
without having any promotional avenues, who deserve immediate promotion.
Other demands included, implementation of voluntary retirement schemes in favour
of ALC, 80% job reservation for APST candidates at NEEPCO, NHPC and others, establishment
of labour court in the state, depositing 1% cess to APB&OCWINB by all Govt., semi
Govt., public and private undertakings/companies working within the state, 20 days
casual leave for central office bearers of AAPWU and 5 days for district level office
bearers in a calender year, establishment of Education Centre at Itanagar, reservation
of 50% group ‘D’ post for promotion and regularization of working class employees
instead of 25%, appointment on compensonate ground, providing fund for construction
of AAPWU office ar Daporijo, construction of separate health centre for workers,
free computer education for labourer’s school-going children and granting three months
maternity leave in favour of casual workers.
Papum Pare Students ask for stipends and teachers
ITANAGAR, Nov 2: Shortage of school teacher and non-release of students’ stipend
were the main two problems that students of Papum Pare district are presently facing.
The fact was revealed by All Papum Pare District Students’ Union (APPDSU) on the
basis of data collected by the union from various schools during its first phase
of 10-day educational cum awareness campaign from October 21 to 30 last.
“The students are not getting their stipend for the last one and more years which
forced them to get credit from other persons or cooperatives for supply of ration
to the mess with a promise to return back the amounts as soon as the stipend are
released. Beside this the teachers in charges are also facing very tough situation
in managing classes due to acute shortage of teachers, an APPDSU release said.
“The Government should release stipend and post teachers as per requirement immediately;
otherwise the dreams of imparting quality education and implementing RTE will remain
be a distant dream, it added.
While taking strong exception to some teachers’ reluctance to join at their respecting
posting places even after issuance of transfer order, APDDSU demanded the Papum Pare
DDSE to held up salaries of those teachers until and unless they join duty. It also
demanded immediate transfer of the present Toru Govt. Sec. School headmaster for
his alleged failure to running the school smoothly and post a competent one to revive
the past glory of the school. According to APPDSU the school has touched its bottom
mainly due to failure of the headmaster in managing the school properly.
APPDSU covered Mengio, Parang, Sagalee and Toru in the first phase of the campaign
and conducted literary competitions like, debate, extempore speech, essay writing,
drawing in each school and winners were awarded prizes. It also distributed toothpaste
and brushes, soaps, study materials like, pencil, pen, exercise books to each student,
sports goods like football volleyball with nets and dictionary books to teacher’s
in-charges for common use.
APPDSU thanked PWD Minister Nabam Tuki, Art and Culture director Pige Ligu, Papum
Pare DDSE Tana Tagu Tara, UD capital division deputy director RD Loyi, Tax and Excise
department superintendent Teli Tada, SSA Papum Pare JE Tad Pat for their all contribution
and encouragement in making the tour a success.
ITANAGAR, Nov 2: All Arunachal Registered Contractor Association (AARCA) has alleged
violation of contract rules and regulation by some departments in awarding works.
According to an AARCA release, some departments are awarding works clandestinely
to unregistered contractors on favouritism basis by publishing NIT out side the state.
While demanding for maintaining CPWD and APPWD manual in awarding contract works,
it also appealed to the head of various works departments to modify the packing system
of tender works so that every registered contractor can get opportunity.
Meanwhile, AARCA president has appointed Mangam Tassap as vice president (Protocol),
Jenita Riba and Charu Anna as the associations’ Women’s wing president and vice president
ITANAGAR, Nov 2: All Arunachal Pradesh Colleges Forum(APCF) is organizing one day
social awareness seminar on theme "Self reliance for educated unemployed youth of
the state" on 15th of this month. To be held at Arun Subansiri hotel, seminar will
be attended by education minister Bosiram Siram as chief guest and AAPSU President
Takam Tatung as guest of honour respectively.
Meanwhile APCF has appealed to all unemployed youths from various discipline to attend
ITANAGAR, Nov 2: Lishi Lel and Toko Lento were appointed as president and general
secretary of Arunachal Pradesh Tribal Junior Engineers’ Service Association, which
was formed recently.
Maintain transparency: CCRCA
ITANAGAR, Nov 2: The Capital Complex Registered Contractors Association (CCRCA) has
said that genuine enlisted contractors have been deprived of their right to work
due to corruption and political interference on NIT and awarding contract works.
The Association appealed to the authorities concern to issue tender for implementation
of works under centrally sponsored schemes and district de-centralized fund with
transparency and quality work apart from judicious utilization of fund.
NBCC women conference
ITANAGAR, Nov 2: Nyishi Baptist Church Council (NBCC) is going to conduct the 17th
NBCC women conference at Town Baptist Church Chandranagar with three days programme
from Nov 12.
Rev Halli Likha Ama, Pastor TBC, Naharlagun and Hau Niang, missionary of Indian Evengelical
mission would be the main speakers.
ANYA team visit Upper Subansiri
ITANAGAR, Nov 2: A team of All Nyishi Youth Association (ANYA) central executive
body headed by it president Taring Mama and general secretary Tadar Bingley conducted
a three-day tour to Upper Subansiri district from Oct 27 to 29.
During the tour ANYA convened a meeting at Daporijo on Oct 28. The Nyishi Elite Society,
Upper Subansiri chairman Talum Babla and others, All Nyishi Students Union, Upper
Subaniri unit general secretary Jumta Hankar, panchayat leaders and senior officers
of Nyishi community attended the meeting. The members present mandated the existence
of the ANYA and hoped that the Association will work for the cause of the Nyishi
community in the district. On Oct 29, Mama inaugurated the office of ANYA Upper
Subansiri unit at Daporijo in presence of ANSU-USU president and general secretary.
Bike lifter nabbed
ITANAGAR, Nov 2: A team of Banderdewa police has arrested a bike lifter, namely,
Joydev Singh from Harmuti area, Assam and also recovered one black colour Pulsar
bike. A case no 31/10 U/S 379 IPC has been registered and investigation is on, according
to police sources.
Aalo, Nov 2 : While presiding over the Governing Body Meeting of DRDA in DC’s Conference
Hall yesterday West Siang ZP Chairperson Jarsa Gamlin said that all the relevant
papers of various programmes needed to be made available to the concerned Zilla Parishad
Members and Anchal Chairpersons block-wise and scheme-wise ahead of the meeting.
DC cum CEO DRDA Amjad Tak said that NREGA being an act, it is mandatory to provide
a minimum of 180 days employment to the people in a year and implemented in true
PD DRDA Emar Ete explained the annual Action plan 2010-11 under all Centrally sponsored
schemes. He urged all the BDOs that the MIS reports & returns be properly maintained
and on-line reporting of interior blocks be corrected.
Sr. Accounts Officer, DRDA Aalo highlighted the Physical and financial achievement
The Budget was approved.(DIPRO)
ITANAGAR, Nov 2: Expressing strong resentment over some teachers’ reluctance to join
duty at their posting place at Secondary school Sakiang (Mengio), All Mengio Students’
Union (AMSU) urged the Papum Pare DDSE not to release their salaries until and unless
they join duty.
Not a single teacher has joined the school till date even after issuance of transfer
order by DDSE’s office which has affected academic studies of students of the school,
While demanding the DDSE not to cancel transfer order issued against those teachers,
AMSU threatened that it will launch own course of action if they fail to turn up
or join duty at the earliest.
BJYM flays state Govt
ITANAGAR: Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha Arunachal Pradesh has criticized the state
Govt for its alleged failure to maintain law and order problems in the state.
The broad-day light bank robbery in Capital, Namsai clashes, China’s claim over
Arunachal, dilapidated road condition, and Assam-Arunachal boundary problem and PDS
scam are some of the example which expose the failure of the present state Govt,
the BJYM said in a release today.
The Morcha also decided to organize district-wise ‘Save Arunachal’ rally to create
awareness about the corruption and misrule of the Government. However, the BJYM urged
the state Govt to find out solution to the burning issues of the state.
ITANAGAR: Free Coaching for APPSC Viva Voce Examination 2010 for ST/SC and Minorities
was inaugurated today by Prof. Amitava Mitra, Registrar, Rajiv Gandhi University.
Around 20 successful candidates in Mains 2010 participated in the class.
According to university communiqué, candidates willing to join the coaching may do