NYK conducts Sports Meet at Anjaw
ITANAGAR, Nov 6: Nehru Yuva Kendra, Tezu conducted Inter School Games &Sports Competition
under Panchayat Yuva Krida Khel Abhiyan at Hayuliang, Anjaw on November 2 and 3.
110 students of eight Schools of the district took part in the events which included
track and field and badminton.
The competition was inaugurated by Anjaw ZP Chairperson B.Tega while the Hayuliang
ADC distributed prizes to the winners.
ERCC, UCCC win in U-19 inter club ranking tourney
ITANAGAR, Nov 6: East Region Cricket Club (ERCC) Tezu defeated Nirjuli Legends Cricket
Club (NLCC) by 7 wickets in league level match of U-19 Inter Club Ranking T20 Cricket
tournament played at Naharlagun cricket ground today.
Electing to bat first after winning the toss, NLCC made a paltry 66 runs losing their
all wickets. In reply, ERCC reached the target in 10.1 over losing three wickets.
Jony Mai, who contributed 12 run and took four wickets, was adjudged the man of the
In another match of the day, United Capital Cricket Club (UCCC), Itanagar beat Deccan
Youth Cricket Club, Naharlagun by four wickets. Takar of UCC was declared man of
the match. He made 28 runs from 27 balls and took one wicket.
‘A’ Sector Youth Cricket Club, Naharlagun will meet Papum Poma Cricket Club, Balijan
in tomorrow’s first match at 8 am while Eleven Stars Cricket Club will play against
Nirjuli Market Welfare Youth Cricket Club in another match of the day to be held
at 12.30 pm.
Takam Pario visit constituency
ITANAGAR, Nov 6: Palin MLA Takam Pario was on a three-day visit to his circle, Palin
from Nov 1 to 3.
While addressing the gathering on the occasion of triangular sports meet at Bokam
Govt Middle School, Pario called upon the students to participate in such co-curriculum
activities. He also asked the students to give top priority on study and maintain
discipline and respect the elders and teachers.
Palin CO Pisa Tarak, who accompanied the MLA, suggested that such sports should
be organized in bigger away with participation of all the schools of the area every
two years to save money and study time of the students.
Palin ZPM Techi Azad also spoke on the occasion.
Earlier, ASM Donik Tagi, Ajmi submitted a ten-point memorandum to the MLA.
Later accompanied by Govt officials, the MLA inspected the proposed site of Primary
Health Centre, ADC headquarters, Pania.
The MLA also addressed a meeting conducted at Jorung, the project site of 50-bedded
Hospital. Meeting was organized particularly to discuss 2nd phase of the 50-bedded
project work. While lauding the former MLA Balo Raja and Late Jimi Tassar for bringing
the project, he appealed the opposition party to give him free hand for proper implementation
of ongoing development projects. It would be possible to accelerate development in
the area with the cooperation of the opposition party, he said.
The hospital is a major development project not only for Palin segment but also for
entire Kurung Kumey district; he said and called for implementation of hospital project
with quality works. He also appealed to the people to maintain peace and tranquility.
He further called upon the contractors to obtain proper work order and implement
the works as per guidelines of the department concern.
Among others, panchayat leaders and Govt officials also spoke on the occasion.
Congress celebrates 140th birth anniversary of Deshbandhu Chittaranjan
ITANAGAR, Nov 6: The 140th Birth Anniversary of freedom fighter Deshbandhu Chittaranjan
Das was celebrated at Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan here on Nov 5. The function was organized
by the Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee Vigilance Cell to mark the 125 years
of the Indian National Congress.
The programme started with floral tribute paid to the portrait of Chittaranjan Das
by APCC vigilance cell convenor T K Murtem.
Speaking on the occasion, RD and Panchayat Minister Takar Marde recalled the remarkable
contribution of Late Deshbandhu in freedom struggle of the country.
Marde, who is also vice president of the APCC, appealed to the party workers to follow
the path shown by great leaders who gave up their lives for the cause of the country
and its people.
APCC general secretary Minkir Lollen while recalling the contribution of late Deshbandhu
said apart from reaping the fruits of freedom of the country, each and every people
should take the responsibility of maintaining peace and harmony in the state and
the country as a whole.
APCC secretary A T Kullo briefed on the life history of Late Deshbandhu.
Large number of Congress leaders including APMCC president Yari Dulom, APCC spokesman
and advisor to CM, Vishal P Nabam, APCC secretary Byabang Nukh, APCC legal cell chairman
Advocate Kholie Tado, APCC Public Grievances Cell chairman Haryom Bam and Congress
office bearers took part in the celebration.
More research needed to identify freedom fighters
ITANAGAR, Nov 6: Paator Gumin Heritage Preservation and Research Foundation, Kebang
village appreciated and extended supports to the demand of War Memorial Action Committee
for erection of memorial stone in memory of the freedom fighters of Siang valley
as part of centenary celebration of Pasighat town.
However, the PGHP&RF suggested that the names of freedom fighters should be inscribed
after proper research so that all the deserved freedom fighter’s names be included.
It further suggested that along with the research done by War Memorial Society and
PGHP&RF, Adi Baane Kebang should spearhead the research activities by constituting
a research committee in collaboration with government agencies like departments of
research and tourism to identify the genuine freedom fighters of the Siang Valley.
Orientation prog on RMSA held
ITANAGAR, Nov 6: An orientation cum workshop on SEMIS under Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha
Abhiyan was held at Naharlagun yesterday.
The orientation programme was attended by all the secondary and higher secondary
school principals, headmasters and in-charge head masters of government and private
schools along with all block resource centre coordinators and cluster resource coordinators.
Speaking on the occasion, DDSE cum RMSA Chairman T T Tara advised the concern authorities
of the districts to submit the accurate information on time for preparation of annual
work plan and budget.
Resource person and state co-ordinator RMSA KK Pandey highlighted about RMSA and
urged all the principals, headmasters and in-charge headmasters to take proper care
while projecting data or information.
District Coordinator, RMSA Papum Pare District Gollo Tatang informed that the district
is fully prepared for implementation of the schemes under RMSA.
ITANAGAR, Nov 6: Taniang Youth Welfare Association, in a release, informed that two
houses were burnt down in a fire accident at Raiga village under Gungte circle on
November 2 last at around 12.30 pm.
The Association urged the authority to send a team of PI and AFA to visit the spot
and assess the damages for providing necessary help to the victims.
College Day celebration
ITANAGAR, Nov 6: Donyi-Polo Government College, Kamki (DPGC) is going to celebrate
its 13th Annual College Day celebration from Nov 17 to 20.
Aalo PWD Superintendent Engineer Markar Bam and Executive Engineer, electrical division
Modam Jini have consented to attend the celebration as chief guest and guest of honour.
While Chief Engineer PHE Itanagar T. Ketan and Superintendent Engineer, Aalo Electrical
division Rokom Bado have consented to attend the valedictory function as chief guest
and guest of honour respectively on Nov 20.