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2009

Byaling reviews health schemes, seeks cooperation

ITANAGAR, Nov 12:  Health and  Family Welfare Minister Tanga Byaling today stressed on the need for change in attitude of doctors and nurses in tackling patients in Govt. Hospitals. “It is often seen that the doctors and nurses  instead of providing healing words and touch, seen scolding and neglecting the poor patients which further aggravates the disease” Byaling said while  taking stock of the  current status of various programmes of the health department in a two-day review  meeting of the health activities  which begins today at DHS Conference Hall, Naharlagun.

While seeking cooperation and guidance from all concerned for full implementation of the people oriented health programmes, the health minister said to streamline the manpower positioning, there is a need to follow the guidelines.  Every medical personnel must cooperate to attain universal access to health care services, he said.  

On state 15% matching share to NRHM, he opined that the share should be provided in time.

He further said that transfer and posting should be done as per sanctioned post and not as per convenience. In case of shortage of doctors, the posts are to be created as per need. He also made a mention of internal fight among the colleagues on seniority and promotion and requested all concern to refrain from recurrent legal interventions.

Further, he expressed  his concern over private practice by the  Govt. doctors which directly affects the patients’ care in the government hospitals. Acknowledging the less fund allocation to the health sector, he assured that with the cooperation from health officials, the matter would be taken up with the higher authority at the state and central level.

The Director of Health Services, Dr. T. Basar, hoped that under the  able guidance and leadership of the health minister, the Health department will further progress. He also urged all the participants to give correct inputs of various programmes to the Minister.

Dr. D. Padung, State Nodal officer (NRHM) gave a brief power point presentation on NRHM highlighting the genesis, objectives, strategies and ultimate goals of NRHM. He also dwelled on the importance of ownership of the program at all level especially at the community level. He further highlighted the different components of NRHM, existing health facilities, need for rationale posting of existing manpower so that maximum health facilities are made functional to provide quality health care services. He impressed upon the participants and the health minster on the mismatch of health facilities notified by the state government and the health facilities recognized by Government of India. He also presented on the issue of 15% state matching share for NRHM from 2007-08 and the data showed that the matching share is required to implement all the approved activities under NRHM.

Dr. K. Nishing, Jt DHS (NVBDCP) cum Addl. DHS gave a brief presentation on the status of Malaria cases and the efforts being made in curbing the disease in the state through IEC activities. He pointed out that though malaria is highly endemic in the state, the department could reduce the mortality as compared to earlier years through widespread implementation of vector control activities. He also informed the house on sporadic cases of Japanese Encephalitis in Changlang and Lohit districts.

Dr. G. Tatu, Dy DHS (P&D) through power point presentation elaborated the state fund allotment to the health department during the year vis-à-vis previous few years. It was amply made clear to the health minister that the budgetary allocation of the health department has not increased as required causing hardship in allotting funds for different activities. He also informed that few post for District Hospital, Anjaw have been sanctioned by the state Government during the year.

Dr. M. Jini, Chief Medical Officer, General Hospital, Naharlagun gave a presentation on the status of General Hospital and pointed out that the hospital needed more sweepers in order to maintain the cleanliness and hygiene of hospital especially for the new block. Staff Nurses are required in more numbers if the hospital has to run and provide quality health services, he added. There is also a need for more and modern equipments for cancer operation and special fund for cancer medicine, he said. He also expressed his desire to have a separate wing for eye and cancer patients. He also presented the almost approved 350 bedded hospital master plan to the Health Minister  and the vision to have a 500 bedded hospital with 50 student capacity Medical College and 50 student capacity Nursing School in near future.

Anshu Prakash, Commissioner (Health & FW) appreciated  the progress made under NRHM with a special mention on the success of PPP model where NGO partners run 16 PHCs across the state including one CHC at Deomali in Tirap district. He apprised the Minister on the current status of positioning of Medical Officers in Sub Centres, ANM in the hospitals which is against the norms thereby depriving the PHCs of having the services of the Doctors and ANM at the sub centre. He pointed out that the state has the best doctors, nurses and technicians, the only drawback being lack of proper work culture and missionary zeal.  While appreciating the Minister, he  requested all to work harder under the able leadership and guidance of health minister.

 

Dabi for peace in Tirap and Changlang

Itanagar, Nov 12: The Arunachal Pradesh government will hold talks with both the factions of the NSCN at regional level if necessary for establishing peace in troubled Tirap and Changlang districts of the state, Home Minister Tako Dabi said here today.

''We should try to make NSCN understand our problem and ask them to leave our territory so that people could leave peacefully,'' the State Home Minister commented while interacting with high-level police officials at police headquarters.

He said the Centre, which has been initiating peace parleys with the various underground outfits active in the region at the national level, should involve all the Chief Ministers and Home Ministers of the North-eastern states in the process.

Both the NSCN factions active in Tirap and Changlang districts are reportedly harassing the locals in their recruitment drive and extortion bids.

''We must put our sincere efforts to solve the insurgency problem in these districts so as to give them (NSCN) a message that our people want peace for ever,'' he added.

On the contentious border dispute and law and order problem in the inter-state boundary between Assam and Arunachal Pradesh, Dabi said he would like to take up the issue with his Assam counterpart after due concurrence from our chief minister.

Our mission should be for establishing peace and harmony between the people living in the inter-state boundary,'' he said and hoped that Assam would certainly reciprocate to it.

Suggesting for developing better understanding between police officials of both the states,

which he said would pave the way for containing various crimes along the inter-state boundary.

''Politicians from both the states sometimes create confusion in the name of boundary dispute for their vested interests,'' he commented, adding the decade-old boundary dispute between both the states could be resolved mutually. UNI

 

Bomdila accords warm welcome to Dalai Lama

BOMDILA, Nov 12: The Dalai Lama was accorded  warm reception at Bomdila helipad by the local, MLA cum Chairman District Level Reception Committee, R.T. Khunjuju, Kumsi Sidisow, MLA,  Deputy Commissioner, Superintendent of Police Bomdila, Monks of Thubchog Gastsel-Ling and Gaden Rabgyal-Ling Monastery, public leaders and devotees today.  His Holiness landed at Bomdila this afternoon by Jagson chopper from Tawang via Dirang.

Gates were erected in all sectors of the Bomdila township  alongwith Phan (Budhist religious flag) to welcome the Dalai Lama. The whole Bomdila township wore a festive look  as the people made queue along side the road from Helipad to Thubchog Gastsel-Ling monastery  to welcome  the His Holiness.

My dream has been fulfilled and I am so happy that I have seen His Holiness; it is like a dream , said one old man  after arrival of His Holiness at Bomdila.

Tomorrow Dalai Lama would perform long life initiation and long life ceremony at Buddha Stadium Bomdila where about ten thousand devotees are expected to attend the programme. He would also attend public programme at same stadium.

Earlier, at Dirang His Holiness has sanctified Thupsang-dhargye-Ling monastery and planted a tree. While sermonizing devotees at Dirang stadium His Holiness has categorically stressed on four noble thoughts of Buddhism. There is no big and small religion in the world, every religion is same and we need religious harmony in the world for well being of all living creatures, he said. We should avoid egoistic attitude which cause serious impact of human being, the XIVth Dalai Lama taught the large devotees.  

 Tawang report adds : Earlier, Tawang people gave a tearful send-off to the Living God, the Fourteenth Dalai Lama. It was a moment of both joy and sorrow when the Dalai Lama took off in a Helicopter at 1100 hrs today. Joy because the wish to see their living God came true and they were enlightened by teachings of the His Holiness; sorrow because today the five-day visit of His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama in Tawang District came to an end.

Before departure His Holiness visited Sheou Village, Manjushree Vidyapeeth, Khinmey Gonpa and Serjey Jamyang Choerkhorling.

He attended prayer in the Dukhang (main prayer hall) of the Tawang Monastery and gave His blessings to the monks and people present. Enroute His Holiness planted saplings at Tawang DC Bungalow where he had planted tree in 1959 on entering India from Tibet. his Holiness had planted tree at the residential complex of Deputy Commissioner during His visit in 1997 and 2003 also. Thereafter His Holiness performed ritual at the Old Market Gonpa. He spent some 20 minutes there and took some time out for a photo session with the officers of the district administration and their family members.

Continuing his journey of stopover blessings, His Holiness laid down the foundation stone of the hostel building and the infirmary of the Manjushree Vidyapeeth, an orphanage building run by the Lamas. The Manjushree Vidyapeeth also completed its 11th years of caretaking the orphans and in the Word of Blessings by His Holiness, the Dalai Lama  explained about teacher-student relationship. He asked the teachers to create a sound atmosphere in the classroom so that the pupils could take interests in studies. He also asked the teachers to share their knowledge with the students.

A huge gathering waited for the His Holiness to arrive in Khinmey Gonpa and the Serjey Jamyang Choekhorling. The long awaited consecration of the statue of Guru Padma Sambava of Nyingmapa Sect was ritually performed with the offering of Mandalas. His Holiness gave a special ‘darshan’ to the people coming from far flung areas especially from Bhutan in the Serjey Jamyang Choekhorling.

Standing on the road sides with ‘khadas’ in hands was a picturesque gargantuan gathering of devotees and followers on every supposed stoppages and routes His Holiness was taking. DIPR

 

AAPSU welcomes Dalai Lama’s visit to Arunachal

ITANAGAR,  Nov 12: The All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union has expressed its desire to welcome Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama with open arms and hearts in the state capital on November 14.

The AAPSU president Takam Tatung in a communiqué stated that “His Holiness is a special guest of India and Arunachal being an integral part of the country will be accorded warm reception to the world renowned spiritual leader.”

He further said the Dalai Lama who is on a spiritual mission in the state since November 8 and who is scheduled to visit Itanagar on November 14 will be accorded warm welcome by the denizens of the state capital especially by the apex students’ organization.

 Meanwhile, the five members delegation of AAPSU  led by its president Takam Tatung called on state chief minister Dorjee Khandu at his Secretariat office and submitted a copy of memorandum which was earlier submitted to President Pratibha Devisingh Patil, Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh, UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, Leader of Opposition L K Advani  and many other national level leaders.

Chief Minister, reportedly, perusing the memorandum appreciated AAPSU’s stand on various issues especially Chinese repeated claims over the territory of Arunachal.

 

Siram visits BSG Hq.

ITANAGAR, Nov 12: Education Minister,  Bosiram Siram along with Commissioner Education Hage Khoda, Vice President BSG cum Director, School Education Tapang Taloh, DSE cum State Chief Commissioner BSG Hage Tatung, JDSE cum State Secretary BSG and DDSE (Planning) N Nyori visited state Headquarter, Bharat Scouts and Guides, Polo colony today.

On the occasion, Siram extended his greetings to the BSG for observing Centenary year of Scouting in India and appreciated the working pattern of BSG, Arunachal Unit.

Meanwhile, he assured to extend all possible help for development of Scouting and Guiding in the state, and to initiate necessary steps for link road from Polo Colony to State headquarter, BSG.

 Khoda also appreciated the BSG for their selfless services of Scouts and Guides for the society.

Meanwhile, State organizing Committee C Lowang thanked Minister and his team for their visit  and  presented Annual Action Plan 2009-10 and detailed reports of Scouting and Guiding in Arunachal Pradesh.

 

PIC gathers momentum at Doimukh

DOIMUKH, Nov 12: As part of the 4 -day Public Information Campaign on Bharat Nirman in Papum Pare a day-long special publicity programme was organized at Doimukh today.

During the programme various centrally sponsored schemes including PMGSY, NREGA, NRHM, Accelerated Rural Water Supply, SSA and Mid Day Meal Scheme were highlighted through lectures, interactive sessions, quiz contests and theme based songs.

Speaking on the occasion Chagam Dolo, BDO, Doimukh,  said that his block is lagging behind in  implementation of the NREGA. The job card holders in the block have so far got only 19 days work in the current financial year, he informed and strongly pleaded for enhancement of minimum wages under NREGA.

Bamang Tasung , Assistant Engineer, PHE, Doimukh informed that Swajaldhara Programme has recently been launched in Arunachal Pradesh.

 Referring to total sanitation in Doimukh and its adjoining areas Tasung exhorted the people to shun the habit of defecation in the open.

Detailing the activities under NRHM, Dr. Nabam Takang, Medical Officer, Community Health Centre, Doimukh said that infrastructural facilities in health services are gradually expanded. He said that Rogi Kalyan Samitis and Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHA) have been involved to make NRHM more meaningful and effective. Traditional Indian system of medicine is also being promoted in state, he observed.

On PMGSY S.Cheda, JE, RWD, Doimukh opined that monitoring system of the construction of roads under this Yojana has to be more effective to ensure better quality of roads. He claimed that there has been total transparency while implementing the projects under PMGSY. Even common people can monitor the progress of work on internet. Speaking on SSA and Mid Day Meal Scheme,  K. Putlee, Coordinator Cluster Resource Centre, Doimukh said that Mid Day Meal Scheme has helped in reducing the number of school  dropouts but there is much scope for improvement so far its implementation is concerned in remote rural areas.         

Nabam Ragi, President of Papum Pare District Gaon Bura Association and Nabam Dormo, Secretary of the Association also addressed the gathering. Both of them emphasised the need for disseminating detailed information about various welfare schemes of the Govt. at the grassroot level. According to them a proper monitoring mechanism has to be evolved for better implementation of developmental schemes. The Chairman of Doimukh Anchal Samiti, Nabam Vijay lauded the Ministry of I&B and its media units for their effort to inform common people about various developmental and welfare activities of the government.

On third day of the campaign organised by PIB ,  DFP, DAVP, and Song and Drama Division in collaboration with the District Administration of Papum Pare, a day long special publicity programme will be held at Nykum-Dapo ,Ground ,Banderdewa tomorrow.  Source

 

10 budding talents on exposure trip to Kolkata

ITANAGAR, Nov 12: The scene now shifts from the city of landscape to the city of joy when 10 promising artists board a train to Kolkata on November 23 next to enrich their talent.

The young talents of the state will leave for Kolkata on November 22

to participate in a workshop cum training to be held at the Victoria Memorial Hall there on November 24-25. The entire event, organized by the Directorate of Research in close tandem with the Victoria Memorial Hall, Kolkata, is now into its final leg.

Besides getting tips from experts on nuances of art in workshop and training programme, the local talents will also get an opportunity to hone their skills in painting through visits to some of the museums upfront and art galleries as well in Kolkata, the cultural capital of India.

Earlier, they were screened from talent hunt through district and state level competitions on landscape painting. The search for upcoming faces got off to a start with contests organized in different districts across the state and culminating at the JN State Museum in the state capital to pick the 'final ten'.

The budding artists—all school-goers—from standard VIII to X, who have made it to the Kolkata sojourn are Swastik Maity (Itanagar), Nong Perme (Pasighat), Tachu Dobin (Daporijo), Rasap Taku (Seppa), Dipankar Bora (Pasighat), Nikkar Bui (Kaporijo), Habung Arun (Ziro), Gegong Doni (Itanagar), Bipa Haisa (Changlang) and Yahang Suyang (Khonsa), according to the order of merit.

Here, a mention must be made of the Director of Research, Tage Tada, who has taken all pains to make the entire show a success.

"I was planning for quite some time to organize an event in order to provide local youngsters with an opportunity to show their talent in the field of painting. Finally, I made date with success by organizing a talent hunt which is going to culminate with an exposure trip to Kolakata. I must thank the Victoria Memorial authorities for their every possible support. It wouldn’t have been possible without their help," Tada said.

"The Kolkata trip will go a long way in honing the skills of artists-in-the-making," he signed off on a confident note.

 

19 shortlisted in the Citizens Category of the RTI Awards

New Delhi, Nov 12: National RTI Awards has announced the names of 19 finalists in citizens’ category. These are those individuals who made maximum public impact through the use of RTI. These have been shortlisted out of a total of 1130 nominations received in this category.

Take the case of Subhash Agarwal, a cloth trader based in Old Delhi. His RTI request started a nationwide debate on whether Supreme Court and High Courts judges should reveal their assets and liabilities. This RTI eventually led to apex court justices disclosing their assets on the Supreme Court website. Similarly an RTI filed by another shortlisted citizen activist, Professor Rajeev Kumar, has forced the IITs to disclose the details of their selection procedure, stating off debate on how to improve the system.

Some RTI applications have had such a powerful impact so as to awaken the government from its deep slumber. For example, Prashant Kumar Dubey, one of the finalists, used the RTI and the media to make child malnutrition one of the most important social, political and electoral issues in Madhya Pradesh. Another RTI journalist, Shyam Lal Yadav, used the RTI Act to reveal expenditure incurred by the UPA government on foreign trips made by its various union ministers. The issue raised many eyebrows, eventually prompting Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh to write letters to his ministers asking them to curtail expenditure on foreign travel.

However, the struggle of these activists has been not without their share of troubles. For example an RTI filed by Akhil Gogoi, a social activist of Assam and one of the finalists, had exposed a 1.25 crore scam in the Sampoornai Gram Rozgar Yojana (SGRY) and Rs 60 lakh scam in the Indira Awas Yojana in Gamariguri block of Golaghat district. This exposure had led to people protest against the corruption in the administration of government schemes. As the result of this, Gogoi had to face the wrath of those who had been benefiting from the corrupt practices.

The names of the final winners out of these nineteen would be announced by the jury in a press conference on November 27, 2009. The jury consists of Actor and Film Maker Aamir Khan, Indian Constitution Expert and Senior Advocate Fali S Nariman, Former Chief Election Commissioner J M Lyngdoh, Author and Media Personality Madhu Trehan, renowned Dancer and Social Activist Mallika Sarabhai, Chief Mentor of Infosys Narayana Murthy, NDTV Chairman Prannoy  Roy, Ace Badminton Player and National Badminton Coach Pullela Gopichand, Editor and CEO of Dainik Jagran Group Sanjay Gupta, Former Chief Justice of Supreme Court and Chairperson of National Human Rights Commission Justice JS Verma and Santosh, a firebrand RTI Activist. The award ceremony will take place on December 1, 2009. The award consists of Rs. two lakh, citation and a trophy.  

 

Arunachalee doctor brings laurels to country

ITANAGAR, Nov 12: An Arunachalee doctor, Dr Tana Takum has brought laurels to India as well as Arunachal Pradesh by winning “Outstanding Presentation” award at the 5th TEPHINET (Training Programmes in Epidemiology and Public Health Interventions Network) scientific conference (Asia Pacific region), held at Seoul, South Korea from Nov 4 to 6 last.

(From P-1) The research papers of Dr Tana Takum which bagged the award were -- 1) Determinants of childhood immunization services, Papum Pare district, Arunachal Pradesh, Northeast India, 2008. 2) Measles outbreak in an urban locality, Papum Pare district, India, 2007.

More than 300 scientific papers were presented in the said conference organised by WHO, TEPHINET and Korea Centers for disease control and prevention.  India was represented by National Institute of Communicable Diseases (NICD), New Delhi and National institute of Epidemiology, Chennai in the said conference.

The trip of Dr Takum was sponsored by Centre for Disease control (CDC), Atlanta, USA and National Institute of Epidemiology, Chennai.

Dr Tana Takum is a senior medical officer (SMO) working with the state Health & family welfare department and presently posted at CHC Kimin. He is a Master in Applied Epidemiology (MAE) graduate from the National Institute of Epidemiology (NIE), Chennai (an Indian council of Medical Research institute). He thanked Government of Arunachal Pradesh, Health department officials, faculties of NIE, Chennai and Family & friends for the success.

 

4th EDUSAT training prog on RS, GIS & GPS ends

ITANAGAR, Nov 12: Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS), Dehradun successfully completed the 4th EDUSAT Training Program “ On "Basics of Remote Sensing (RS), Geographical Information System (GIS) and Global Positioning System (GPS)".

The EDUSAT centre of the Rajiv Gandhi University, Rono Hills, Itanagar enrolled 17 participants consisting of M. Phil and Ph D Research Scholars and some faculties from the different departments for the training program. Out of 17, only 6 participants, namely,  Dr. Gibji Nimachow (Asst. Prof. Geography), Dr. Jawan Singh Rawat (Scholar, Geography), Dr. Dhruba Sharma (Scholar, Life Science), Ms Oyi Dai (Scholar, Botany), Miss Doli Tesia (Scholar, Geography) and Tasso Loder (Scholar, Geography).

The training program is conducted by the Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS), Dehradun, National Remote Sensing Centre and ISRO Department of Space, Government of India in collaboration with Consortium for Educational Communication and University Grant Commission, New Delhi sponsored by National Natural Resource Management System (NNRMS).

 

North East Tamchon Football Trophy

ITANAGAR, Nov 12:  ZOD.FC  pipped SSPP (Paite) 3-2 while  Wung United  humiliated Nirvana Bodo 7-1 in league level matches of the 3rd North East Tamchon Football Trophy, 2009 played in New Delhi today.

On the end of the 12th day’s play, Tahamzang United  was leading the point table  with 12 points in group ‘A’, UEF Delhi with 7 points in group ‘B’, Chandel United and Thadou Athletics with 7 points each in group ‘C’ and ZOD FC with 10 points in group ‘D’.

Meanwhile,  ASUD FC  (Arunachal Pradesh) were out of the title race with one win and as many draw and lose (4 pts.).

Altogether 16 teams are participating in the tournament organized by Tangkhul Naga Society, Delhi under the sponsorship of Oil India Ltd, Ongc, Punjab National Bank, Steel Authority of India Ltd.

 

Green Mount School celebrates annual week

ITANAGAR, Nov.12: Green Mount School is celebrating its annual week festival. Numerous activities like sport, cultural and literary are being conducted as part of the celebration. Education minister Bosiram Siram has consented to be chief guest for the valedictory function to be held on 14th November coinciding with children’s day.

 

Children Day

ITANAGAR, Nov 12: MLA Tapen Siga has consented to attend the Children Day celebration as Chief Guest at Jeram-Battak government Primary School, Daporijo on November 14.

 

LMC reviews schemes in Lower Subansiri

ZIRO,  Nov 12: The District Level Monitoring Committee (DLMC) of Lower Subansiri district today reviewed the physical and financial achievements on various schemes and projects under PM Package, ACA, SPA,RIDF, NEC NLCPP etc. under Lower Subansiri district in a review meeting held in the office chamber of DC here.

The meeting in particular reviewed schemes undertaken by PWD,WRD, Hydro-power department, WRD, Power(Elect) Dept, PHED and others based on the status report of schemes as submitted by the executing officers.

On reported writing of letters by some members to the Executing Officers seeking details of scheme, Lower Subansiri  Deputy Commissioner, Sadhana Deori, who presided over the meeting, advised the members to avoid writing letters which will take longer time and hampers the progress of the scheme, rather suggested them to sort out problems if any with the executing agency through discussions and physical contacts. She further asked the members to give adequate time to the officers while seeking details of schemes so that they can present a comprehensive status report.

An extended meeting of the  Executive Engineers of Ziro, PWD and Yazali, PWD Divisions with their Assistant Engineers will be held on 19th of this month.

The meeting was attended by Zilla Parishad members, SDO Raga, Circle Officers of Yachuli and Pistana and District Head of departments. DIPRO

 

Students’ leave for educational tour to Hyderabad

ITANAGAR, Nov 12: Twenty students of Arunachal Pradesh and two school teachers left for educational tour to Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh on Nov 12  from the headquarter of the 25th Battalion Indo Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) in Tezu. The tour has been sponsored, conducted wholly by the 25th battalion ITBP under Civic Action Programme,  Layak Chand Deputy Commandant of the battalion informed.

The basic idea behind conducting the educational tour is to give them proper exposure. While traveling it is natural that the students would interact with cross section of people and gradually they would be able to understand the diversity of the country, Deputy Commandant further stated.   

Sanjeev Kumar Singh, Commandant 44th battalion ITBP who flagged off the ITBP bus carrying the students up to Tinsukia said that ‘this is indeed very good opportunity for the students of the region as they would be able to see renown historical monuments at Hyderabad.

    Seven students from Darang Higher Secondary School, West Kameng, three students from Government Higher Secondary School Tezu, and eight students from Indira Gandhi Government College Tezu will be escorted by assistant commandant and four other jawans of the ITBP during the educational tour to Hyderabad. The students will stay at Hydrabad for about a week and wind up tour on 23rd November.

ITBP conducted similar educational tour in 2008 to Delhi and the tour was exclusively for the girls.

 

Chalo Loku festival

ITANAGAR: Nokchop Khoiyang and Mewang Lowang have been selected as President and General Secretary of Chalo Loku festival organizing Committee, Khonsa. The Festival will be celebrated on November 25.

 

ATA thanks Education Minister

ITANAGAR: Arunachal Teachers’ Association, Papum Pare District Unit thanked Education Minister Bosiram Siram for his assurance to ATA, CEC’s demands.

The ATA Unit expressed hope that the Education Minister would maintain transparency and improve the quality of Education in the state.

 

Vatsalya Mela

ITANAGAR: Chairperson, Central Social Welfare Board, New Delhi Prema Cariappa would attend the NGO’s meet and  inaugurate Vatsalya Mela  at State Guest House, Naharlagun on November 16.

 

ALSSU supports AAPSU

ITANAGAR: All Lower Subansiri Students Union has expressed solidarity to AAPSU in their fight against Chinese claim over state of Arunachal Pradesh. In a press issued by the union, they urged Buddhist spiritual leader His Holiness Dalai Lama to visit other districts of state to spread message of love and peace.

 

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