I do appreciate the apex students’ body, All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union and
All Nyishi Students Union for registering protest against the Govt decision to grant
PRC to non-APST. But I am very surprised to see these students bodies are maintaining
silence over the PDS scam involving 96 accused including Pema Khandu, son of chief
minister Dorjee Khandu, four sitting MLAs and Govt employees.
It is also more surprising that action is being taken against only former Chief Minister
Gegong Apang, who ruled the state for over 22 years. Why such big corruption scam
is not handed over to CBI for proper investigation?
People have great expectation from AAPSU from the beginning for its resolve to fight
against social evil called corruption, but they have failed to raise voice against
I appeal the state Govt to drop the sitting MLAs and suspend the officers who are
allegedly involved in the PDS scam.
Common public are still the law makers of Arunachal!
I would like to congratulate people of Arunachal for the recent withdrawal of PRC
to Non-APST. This proves that we, the common public are still the law makers of this
state and not any political leader who have been elected by us. Beware corrupted
leaders if any! Our victory against PRC to Non-APST was just the beginning. We still
have some unfinished business in terms of the Dam issue and PDS scam. We will come
to that too very soon and surprise you all.
Secondly would like to impress upon the fact as published in your daily, dated September
3, 2010, in which it was told that Former MLAs Kipa Babu and Takam Sorang have appealed
to S H Kapadia, Chief Justice of India to direct CBI to take over the multi-crore
PDS scam for free and fair investigation. Now, I want to put a question before both
our leaders that what happened to the appeal? It’s well known to us that Indian system
works like a snail. So, I would like to request both the Former MLAs to resend the
letter again with the list of accused which includes sitting MLAs. Also, last but
not the least; submit a copy of “The history of perpetual probation of High Court
appointed SIC SP M S Chauhan”. And we assure both our leaders that they are not alone
in this fight, but we all are with them and will fight together to punish the culprits.
God bless us! God save Arunachal!
T.Tamo (on email)
One can only hope
In regards to Taba Ajum's article on 2nd Oct'10, I would like to re-phrase the title
as "Arunachal Pradesh has succeeded in gaining celebrity status in the field of corruption".
What could be more shameful for a state, when it is on national news for, gobbling
up public wealth, worth not in hundreds but in thousands? Especially when the scandal
allegedly includes veteran politicians like Gegong Apang and the likes. To top it,
we have the ongoing situation on the PRC and hydro project issues among others.
However, despite the grave intensity of the PDS scam, being a concerned citizen,
I notice a lack of action on government's part in handling the same.
One can only hope that in the coming future, Arunachal Pradesh is not termed as a
Synonym for Corruption.
XYZ (on email)
Shortcut to success
I would like to place my deep concern over the recent trends of our youth's taking
the shortcut way of getting popularity and making cash out of it. I guess they have
manipulated the real dictionary meaning of associations/organisations by their actions.
I could see people from my age group talking about cash, politics, and elections
while we are busy learning the things and with the books. It starts from school level
with the General Secretary (GS as they terms it) elections. So what do we expect
from these group? If they really want to do something for our place then why dont
they analysis these problems by learning and educating themselves first. With so
many Associations, unions, and societies we are still lagging behind. So why don't
we invest in education instead ?
Within my own friends circle many feel that since there is no employment opportunities,
the best bet is to take up politics as career.
It is really disheartening to see them so hopeless. So I would like to appeal all
my fellow youths that there are many more options not just politics. We need to educate
ourselves first then we will know what to make out of it.
Pune (on email)
The contractor’s demand (Local contractor demands cancellation of tender) seems to
be untenable. I am not the authority to refute the allegation. But I thought as a
citizen I can express my unsolicited opinion. If the tender notice was published
in national media, the contractors from our state can also certainly bid. Our contractors
should look for avenues in national level also as they have rightly pointed out that
they are at par with any contractors of the country. The department will certainly
impose stringent regulation as per rules in order to get the work done in time with
least cost. Package wise distribution of work may not be always feasible in all cases
in the interest of the successful completion of the Project in time.
If there is any default in completion of work in time the department will be held
responsible by the people. Opening of tender at New Delhi should be appreciated.
In this way the people will not have the excuse to blame the department for illegally
allotting the work to any un-deserving contractor. Someone bidding for such a high
value work should be able to bear the expense to visit New Delhi.
Certainly the department will be cautious as the media is ever vigilant in highlighting
any lapse. Take the case of NH-52A. The department is facing un-precedent public
hue and cry. It will certainly try to avoid such a scenario.
The public only knows how to blame the department. They seem to be oblivious of the
hurdles faced by the state government departments unlike the public dear BRTF. If
the department is truly serious in getting the work done it shouldn’t compromise
in anything whether it is internal or external matter. It should preferably have
a PR cell to keep in touch with the public. If it is not possible the government
can consider winding up this department for good.
A Citizen (on email)
We are a bunch of lazy, arrogant fellows!
Apropos the letters on the use of term Arunachalee, I would like to add my point
of view. Arunachal Pradesh is the home to many tribes and sub tribes. Our mother
tongue is neither Hindi nor English or Assamese for that matter. The name Arunachal
Pradesh was given by the then PM of India Indira Gandhi which means 'the land of
rising sun'. We,the people of Arunachal Pradesh didn't name it. So this name is geographical.
It is not a historical name or something which we can be proud of.
A reader has pointed out that the people of Nagaland is called as Nagas. But we don't
call the people of Madhya Pradesh as Madhyalee. It's in the central region of India
hence the name. And I really don't feel proud to call myself Arunachalee. Just that
my home is in Arunachal. We are a bunch of lazy, arrogant fellows who find it very
easy to put the blame on others for every single mess.
I would rather prefer the term People of Arunachal Pradesh.
We live in a state named by someone from outside.
Next time, let’s think thrice when we stand before the EVM
There is an old saying that goes, when you point a finger at someone, the remaining
fingers are pointing back at you. How many of us have ever realized this holding
true in the present 'day to day affairs' of Arunachal Pradesh ? I am certain that
every one of us know the involvement of the 'already named' political leaders in
'the infamous scam' long before the SIC divulged the truth. So the question now is;
who is responsible for their instatement in power? Who elected the 'tainted', 'now
on bail' leaders, whose resignations are being demanded now? What were we doing when
the largest democracy accorded us the right to exercise our franchise 'free and fair'
? Who elected the leaders under whose very nose the PRC to non-Arunachalees were
about to be granted much against the will of the real citizen ? Who elected the representatives
who never attend even assembly sessions, not to mention raising genuine issues pertaining
to the state or at least from their respective constituencies? It’s too late as of
now ! The cat has licked the spilt milk. The only consolation now is, knowing that
even the elite, more literate masses in more developed states commit this same mistake
'again and again'.
Next time, let us think 'thrice' when we stand before the EVM. Let us elect leaders
who will solve our boundary problem, not sell our food grains, raise issues for the
Lisu or Yobins, and not try to grant PRCs to Martians. Let us also remember to elect
leaders who do wrong things to us and then warn us not to complain and to call bandhs
and instead ask us to complain in written so that they can throw the memorandum away.
Folks, let us not spill the milk again.
Dr Bengia Abo
We don’t want bandh anymore
What to say of the current situation? It’s really frustrating to see large numbers
of unregistered organisations/unions being formed in the our state especially in
the capital complex area on everyday basis. Although they are capital based self-styled
organisations, they use the word Arunachal in their nomenclature which is really
disheartening to see. Let me tell the general public something regarding such activities.
Actually, it’s very easy to form unions/organisation in our state. All we need do
is collect some friends or like-minded lazy people, occupy your wishful executive
post, give the press release the other day, raise voice through the media(not through
the common masses) demanding near impossible things from time to time. Do we know
why bandh calls given by any self-styled organisation succeeds even when the administration
declares it illegal? It’s because of us. We the people only are solely responsible.
Nowadays, most of the people like to stay well informed through the newspaper, news
etc. All they do is give their bandh date through the media. The business communities
be it tribal or non-tribal fearing damage to their properties down their shutters,
govt. employees and students simply take it as a holiday. Months ago, when AdiSU
(Adi Students Union) had called a Pasighat Bandh against the Lower Siang dam project,
the district administration headed by Onit Panyang along with police and paramilitary
forces had successfully forced the shopkeepers to keep the market open. The same
thing can be done here. There are enough Security personnel in the capital area starting
from ITBP,IRBn,CRPF,APPBn and our very own city police. Cosaap has already rejected
the bandh call. If the govt. acts tough, the unnecessary bandh calls can easily be
thwarted. Calling a bandh demanding the CM's resignation just because his son is
involved is totally uncalled for. I am not supporting Mr. Khandu, he may be directly
or indirectly involved but that has to be proven in the court of law. If these organisations
or any organisations have any proof reagarding the CM or any person holding office
of power,they make it public through the media. Call a bandh,rallies etc regarding
important issues like the arrest of all the 96 accused, dropping of accused parliamentary
secretaries, handing of the mulit-crore PDS scam to the CBI, the general masses will
surely support it as was witnessed in the recent AAPSU rally against the PRC issue.
Also,the administration should put a check and do something concrete against these
numerous new self-styled organisations and community based groups mushrooming in
our state. For the whole of the students and youths, there is AAPSU.As for different
tribes, there is AIMSU, GSU, ANSU, ATKSSU, ATSU, Adisu etc. The district based student
unions are the branch student unions of the AAPSU. Also,every tribe has a society
for common welfare of its people like NES,GWS,TWS etc.. Now where and whats the need
of organisations like capital youth organisation, All Arunachal Youth
Organisation, Arunachal Youth Organisation, All Abotani Clans Welfare Association,
A IPU, AYVF and numerous others.I think the readers column page will be full if start
making a list. Please,Please,Please we dont want any more. Please Govt, ban them
and frame a law halting such formations so that all those self-proclaimed public
leaders intending to form such unions be discouraged. If they really want to serve
the people why don’t to join the existing unions/organisations where people are elected
to its every post.
Marlik (on email)
Thank you Arunachal Times for covering the PDS scam. The Arunachal Times is the true
mirror of our state. So don't let the PDS scam get swabbed. Keep reporting every
day regarding PDS, so that one day we all Arunachalee may wake up specially our student
brother in protest against the Khusi-khusi government led by khusi-khusi leaders.
A concern citizen,
(on email) Pasighat
This is no solution
With reference to the news item under the headlines “APCF plea to Govt” published
in your esteemed daily on Sept 30, we would like express our opinion that if any
move is being taken to raise the age of superannuation of Govt servants from 58 to
60 years, it is laudable and appreciable as such move will encourage the Govt employees
to improve work culture, thereby accelerating development process in the state.
We can not deny the unemployment problems in the state. But for solution to unemployment
problems, we have to create pressure on both central and state Govts for formulation
of policies in favour of large number of the unemployed youths of the state. The
unemployment problems are not related to superannuation age of the Govt employees
who are rendering dedicated service for development of the state.
Therefore, the 15-days ultimatum served by the Arunachal Pradesh College Forum to
the Govt against any move to raise superannuation age should be withdrawn.
Tahe Tana Tara
Students, DNGC, Itanagar
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ITANAGAR, Oct 3: The members of Anya Self Help Group constructed a new hanging bridge
over Lagun Nallah at Upper Damsite through a two-days mass social service at Tigdo
Colony, Damsite, Naharlagun on Oct 2 and 3. The bridge will now connect Upper Damsite
with Tigdo Colony and Transport Colony, Naharlagun.
The bridge over the Lagun Nallah was washed away on Sept 7 by flash flood. Though
the people constructed a bamboo bridge over the nallah, it was again washed away
on Sept 27 night. The repeated washing away of the lone bridge had created lots of
problems for the inhabitants here. At last the women members of the Anya SHG took
the initiatives for construction of bridge on self-help basis.
Tigdo colony was one of the worst hit areas during the flood of June 2008. The
flood had washed away many houses and many had to start their life from scratch once
again. Now even after 2 years, the situation remains the same.
AASYA rues lack of sports infrastructure
ITANAGAR, Oct 3: All Arunachal Pradesh Sports Youth Association (AASYA) rued lack
of sports infrastructure in the state.
Criticizing the State Government for giving sports little importance as compared
to other sectors, it appealed for developing sports infrastructure to build sportspersons
of national and international calibre. Sportspersons in Arunachal Pradesh are handicapped
by good infrastructure and that is why we failed to produce sportspersons who can
compete in prestigious sporting events like Olympics, Commonwealth Games, Asian Games
The association, in its release, went on to say that punching bags of our karatekas,
boxers are banana trees and soil bags and their indoor stadiums happened to be the
tree shadows! Despite of all these odds, some sportspersons are consistently performing
well at national and international level only due to their dedication and love for
sports, it said.
The association also described the construction of swimming pool at Ganga Lake as
unnecessary saying that people of Arunachal Pradesh do not need swimming pool to
learn swimming as there are numerous rivers where they can learn it.
The association, meanwhile, appealed to the authority to ease the procedures of finance
to sports persons taking part in national and international level competitions to
avoid last minute cancellation for want of money.
Orgs cries foul over PRC issue while NCP welcomes
ITANAGAR, Oct 3: All Lekang Youth Student Union (ALYSU) has opposed the State Government
repealing the decision to grant PRC to non-APSTs of Lohit and Changlang districts.
Expressing shock over sudden lifting of PRC order granted by the Government to non-APSTs
of those two districts, the students union criticized the State Government for succumbing
to the pressure of students organizations.
The Government should have thoroughly examined the various news items that appeared
in various local medias opposing PRC to non-APSTs and also the status of those tribes
like Deori, Mishing, Kachari, Moran, Ahom, Adivasi, Yobin etc., who have been living
in those two districts permanently since time immemorial, before revoking its decision,
ALYSU said. It appealed to the AAPSU, various NGOs and organizations/associations
to survey the places where those tribes are living to know the real fact instead
of spreading confusion and misunderstandings among fellow citizens on the issue.
"Students organizations of various districts other than Lohit and Changlang may not
be aware of very existence of those tribes, but All Tai Khamti Singpho Students Union,
which well aware of them, should not have raised such ‘baseless issue’ against its
neighbouring tribes and communities of Lekong circle of Mahadevpur," it added.
Lohit and Changlang Development Forum, a non-political organization fighting for
rights of non-APST living in Lohit and Changlang district has expressed concern over
state government’s decision to cancel their earlier of granting PRC to non-APST.
In this regard Forum is going to organize rally at Mahadevpur town on 5th October.
The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) welcomed the decision of the State government
to revoke its earlier decision to issue permanent residential certificate (PRC) to
non-APSTs of Changlang and Lohit districts.
Estimates Committee reach East Kameng
SEPPA, Oct 3: The Estimates Committee of Legislative Assembly to East Kameng district
took stock of implementation of various Govt funded schemes, such as SSA, Old Age
Pension and NRHM at Seppa township and its adjacent areas yesterday.
The team led by committee chairman Dr. Tangor Tapak along with local MLA Tapuk Taku
inspected NRHM building at PHC Pakoti where the team enquired about the numbers of
health workers and availability of medicines at the PHC.
Dr. Tapak, suggested for procurement of the required equipments for the PHC and also
advocated for timely conduct of the immunization programmme against polio and hepatitis-B.
The team also visited Sebibo Middle School and interacted with the beneficiaries
of Old Age Pension. The team also made a short visit to some other schools like SSA
School at Nyari Welly Model Village, Pacha middle School, Ty-II Secondary School,
water treatment plant at Kakukao and interacted with the officials of the executing
While visiting District Hospital Seppa, Dr. Tapak suggested the DMO to submit utilization
certificate to get another scheme. He also suggested him to take initiative for uninterrupted
electricity supply in the hospital.
Earlier the team visited Pacha Micro Hydel project and asked the engineers present
about the condition of the hydel.
The team was accompanied by Kego Essi, project director, District Rural Development
Agency, deputy director ICDS, DMO, DRCHO CDPO. DIPRO
CRPF Challenger Football Tournament
ITANAGAR, Oct 03: IRBn football team and Bamang Taji Football Club won their respective
matches against Veteran Football Club and Akom United Sports in the Challenger Football
Tournament being held at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium today.
IRBn grounded Veteran Football Club by 8-1 goals while Bamang Taji Football Club
defeated Akom United Sports 3-2.
Model Village Football Club will play against Capital Complex Sporting Club tomorrow
at 3 pm. The winner of tomorrow’s match will play against IRBn Football Team in the
semifinal. Another semifinal will be held between G4 Football Club vs BTFC. Both
the semifinals will be held on October five.
The tournament is being organised by 138 Bn CRPF as a friendship gesture under its
Civic Action Programme.
Rousing reception awaits Teji as he returns home
ITANAGAR, Oct 3: Having conquered the hearts of lakhs of viewers with his passion
and extra-ordinary drumming skills Toko Teji, the pride of Arunachal is set to return
home on Monday afternoon by the helicopter service.
“Teji has won the hearts of the people of the northeast. He is everyone’s star, not
just of Arunachal”, said Arunachal Citizens Right Chairperson Bamang Tago who had
volunteered as Teji’s ambassador. He said that across the region wherever he went,
people have expressed their love and support to Teji and admired his devotion to
his art. “He is a winner for the people of north-east”, Tago said.
After a very closely fought finish in the grand finale of India’s Got Talent Khoj-2,
where Teji was declared the Runner-Up from hundreds of acts that had auditioned in
the talent hunt running for months, he will be welcomed back in his hometown by his
supporters and well wishers. Father Supdt. Engineer Toko Jyoti said that he was happy
despite Teji not winning the title. “What is important to me is that he followed
his dream…that itself is an achievement.”
“He has not lost…it is not a small thing to reach the finals of such a contest. He
is perhaps the first Arunachali to get our state a trophy of this kind. He is really
cool!” said Yajum Roji, a student who had seen all the three road shows that Teji
had performed recently.
“It is only because of Teji that Arunachal is a name that people across the nation
will recognise. Even among the northeast states, we were known only because of China’s
claim over us. But now we are a proud home state of this talent, “ said Tarh Natung,
General Secretary, Arunachal Chamber Of Commerce and Industries. He also expressed
his thanks to the people and the business community for having supported Teji.
Kipa Ajay of Arunachal Boogie Woogie said that for them, Teji was still a winner
and it will be the effort of the dance competition to bring out many Tejis from the
state. Arunachal Boogie Woogie had felicitated Teji during his recent promotional
After his arrival, Teji will attend a felicitation function at his parental home
at Naharlagun where he is expected to meet his well-wishers and interact with them.
The Make Teji Win Campaign has invited everyone to be at the helipad to show support
to this young talent and welcome him back to the state.
Arunachal Travel Congress begins at Tawang
Tawang, Oct 3: The 3-day Arunachal Travel Congress began here today organized by
Arunachal Pradesh Tour Operators Association under the aegis of State Tourism Department.
The convention is being attended by Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu, Tourism Minister
Jarbom Gamlin, Parliamentary Secretary Tsewang Dhondup, Advisor to CM Kiren Rijiju,
MLAs Alo Libang, P.D. Sona and Secretary Tourism Bandana Deori.
The convention will mainly focus on sustainable tourism development in Arunachal
Pradesh in particular and North East as a whole.
Resource persons from Help Tourism, Silliguri, West Bengal, Regional Director GOITO,
Guwahati, Assam Tour Operator Association, NABARD, FGA, SAATO, etc are also participating
in the 3- day convention.
Rectification of pay anomalies
ITANAGAR, Oct 3: Education Minister Bosiram Siram has given the green signal for
rectifying the assistant teachers’ pay anomalies.
The assurance came from the minister after a delegation of ATA new executives called
on the minister here on Oct 1 and submitted a representation demanding redressal
of two-point demands – correction of pay anomaly from 5th CPC and reservation of
50 per cent JTs’ posts for the serving AT(A)’s.
Education Minister also assured to reconsider the matter of promotional avenues,
the Association said. The minister informed the delegation that although it was clearly
mentioned in the recruitment rule notified in April 2009 that out of 100 per cent
JT, 50 per cent post will be kept for promotional avenues for AT(A) and 50 per cent
for direct recruitment, it was, however, reduced to 25 per cent after a Cabinet
decision on 7th August 2009, the Association informed. Later, ATA and AT(A) Central
Adhoc Committee after having a threadbare discussion decided to defer the “ultimatum”
served to Govt demanding a “white paper” regarding 50 per cent post for promotional
avenue by October 10 and correction of pay anomaly by October 30 to December next
after getting the assurance from the Minister.
2-day Gandhi Jayanti celebration ends
ITANAGAR, Oct 03: Two-day Gandhi Jayanti celebration at Dera Natung Govt. College
Itanagar concluded today with a seminar on the topic- ‘Gandhi, Khadi and Self employment.
The programme is sponsored by KVIC, Itanagar. A debate competition was also held
to mark the occasion.
The main attraction of the programme was the 18-language dance programme which was
presented by the Dr. S. N. Subba Rao, a National Awardee on National Integration.
All Nyishi Contractor Association in collaboration with Department of Cultural Affairs,
Directorate of Research, Itanagar conducted cleanliness drive at Sothern gate, Itafort
yesterday to commemorate the Gandhi Jayanti.
ANCA General Secretary Jotam Toko Hannan appealed the people to preserve the lone
historic monument and alleged that huge money is being spent by various departments
particularly the engineering department but no adequate fund is being placed under
SPA or other means for the infrastructural development of the historic site.
The association assured the department to carry out such social activities to preserve
the fort in near future.
Amongst other Incharge Director of Research Batem Pertin, Archeological Officers
Kaling Lego and Tao Takar, ANCA President Rab Kara Jeel and other executive members
took active participation in the social service.
NSS Unit of Arunachal Law Academy along with staff of ALA also observed Gandhi Jayanti
On the occasion the volunteers took a pledge to work for a better society and also
conducted a rally to spread the message of Ahimsa, perseverance, peaceful cooperation
and voluntariness as envisaged by the father of the nation.
Besides these, the volunteers conducted social service at Naharlagun Bazar to mark
SDP begins at Khonsa
ITANAGAR, Oct 03: The National Youth Project (NYP) of Arunachal Pradesh has launched
36 days skill development programme on Handloom for the unemployed women of the Tirap
district from Oct 1. Altogether 25 unemployed women are participating in the NABARD
Tirap district Deputy Commissioner W.Lowang who was the chief guest of the inaugural
function stressed on the need of the self-employed venture on cottage industry, handloom,
can and bamboo based programmes.
Presiding over the function Assistant Director of Textile and Handloom C. Raj
Kumar called upon the trainees to take full benefit of the programme and also assured
all possible support.
Khonsa ZPM Wanglo Gosak requested NYP and NABARD to conduct more such programmes
for awareness among the rural people on the need of small and cottage industries.
ITANAGAR, Oct 03: Kurung Kumey district magistrate has declared tomorrow’s 12-hr
Kurung Kumey bandh called by All Kurung Kumey District Students Union (AKKDSU) demanding
re-introduction of air dropping of PDS item in remote areas of the district as illegal.
All necessary actions will be taken by the administration to deal with any situation
that may arise out of the bandh call, the magistrate cautioned.
Meanwhile, All Palin, Chambang, Yangte, Gangte and Tarak-Langdi Students Union today
said that it has not withdrawn support to the bandh call given by the AKKDSU on Oct
4 and taken measures to make the bandh call a success.
Regretting over the statement published in the local media regarding withdrawal of
support to the bandh, president and vice president of the union in a joint press
release said it was a wrong statement issued by an individual of the union and not
collective decision of the union.
PI passes away
SEPPA, Oct 3: Nyang Yangfo, wife of Tabing Yangfo, Political Interpreter under Deputy
Commissioner East Kameng district is no more. She died after a brief illness yesterday
morning and her mortal remains was put to rest this afternoon at her Seppa residence.
She is survived by five children and husband. Meanwhile, the Yangfo Welfare Society
has expressed deep condolence over her demise and remembered her contribution as
a reserved yet stoic member of the Society. The Society observed two minutes silence
and prayed for eternal peace.
ITANAGAR, Oct 03: Joint Action Committee of AIPU, AYA and AVYF in response to the
state government’s decision to thwart the bandh call termed it as unfortunate and
The Chief Minister, instead of stepping up the welfare measure towards back ward
state of Arunachal Pradesh, along with his political hooligans are trying to put
off our voices of good governance, corruption free government in the state, it said.
The Joint Action Committee appealed all citizens including Bazar Welfare Committees
of the state capital to cooperate with them during the 24 hours capital bandh call
on October 04.
Meanwhile, Medical institutions, Pharmacy, ambulance, Vehicles of paramilitary forces,
Magistrates on duty, Milk Van, Press and Media persons have been exempted from the
purview of the bandh.
ITANAGAR, Oct 03: The flash flood on September 27 and 28 has damaged micro Hydel
near Row Nalla, Daporijo to Siyum BRO Bridge over Row Nallah and also destroyed various
Paddy and WRC field at Rava and Biockching Jobe village including domestic animals,
informed All Siyum Youth Club.
It appealed the government to immediately restore the damaged micro Hydel, bridge
and provide PDS ration items and relief material to the affected people immediately.
Declare interview result
ITANAGAR, Oct 03: The sports quota candidates from All Arunachal Sports Youth Association
appealed the concerned authority to declare the result of the recently held physical
and viva voce test under APP, APPBN and IRBN.
ITANAGAR, Oct 03: The Popi Sarmin Society which has remained defunct for many years
has been revived in conference held at Naharlagun yesterday with Habung Tago as its