‘Reconsider absentee report’
ITANAGAR, Oct 7: Former All Tali Area Students Union president today appealed the
Kurung Kumey district administration to reconsider the absentee report against teachers
of Tali-Pipsorang area.
In a letter to the DC, the former president of the union claimed that absentee report
against the teachers are not acceptable as they were engaged in summery revision
of electoral roll during the visit of the Tali-Pipsorang ADEO. He further claimed,
as per resolutions passed by panchayat of Tali-Pipsorang, teachers are arranged from
one school to another under cluster system.
Restore power supply to Mengio
ITANAGAR, Oct 7: The people of Mengio circle have been reeling under darkness
for last one month due to non-supply of power, said All Mengio Students Union (AMSU)
in a release today. The union also has appealed the chief engineer of the power
department to restore power supply to Mengio immediately. General people, particularly
students are facing difficulties to pursue their study due of non-supply of power,
the union added.
DC assures office building for BS&G
ITANAGAR, Oct 7: The 1st West Siang district level unit leaders meet of the Bharat
Scouts and Guides was held at Aalo on Oct 5. Besides other participants, 140 Scouts
and Guides from different units of the district participated in the programme.
West Siang Deputy Commissioner Amjad Tak in his inaugural address as chief guest
assured to construct a permanent building for the district headquarters of the Bharat
Scouts and Guides( BS&G).
Tak, DDSE N Potom and many others speakers lauded the role of the B S&G in nation
building and appreciated the role of unit leaders of the district. DTO Kempi Pakam
presented brief report on Bharat Scouts and Guides activities in the district.
The participants in the meeting including headmasters, vice principals of different
schools of the district discussed various issues pertaining to S&G in the meeting.
ITANAGAR, Oct 7: Chukhu Logi and Doji Tana Tara have been elected as president and
general secretary respectively of Arunachal Students Union Shillong(ASUS). Giogi
Modi has been elected as president of Women’s wing of ASUS.
ITANAGAR, Oct 7: All Arunachal Pradesh Workers Union (AAPWU), West Siang, district
unit has claimed that government staffs of Aalo electrical division is not getting
their salaries on time since the month of April. In this regard workers will organize
a 1st phase of peaceful dharna on 12th October to register their protests.
ITANAGAR, Oct 7: Minister PWD & UD Nabam Tuki and Minister RWD & Tax & Excise, and
Kalikho Pul would be the Chief Guest and Guest of honour at the closing ceremony
of Arunachal State Open Badminton Championship-2010 being played at Raj Bhawan Badminton
hall on Oct 10.
Laa Tallar, one of India’s brightest players is expected to reach the final in the
Men’s Open according to the Chief Referee of the tournament KR.C Singh.
ITANAGAR, Oct 7: Joint Action Committee comprising three organizations namely AIPU,
AVYF and AYA has condemned the arrest of four of their members for organizing bandh
demanding the resignation of Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu. Committee termed their
detention as illegal and said government should stop such atrocity against their
Committee also reiterated that they will go ahead with 3rd and 4th phase bandh call
ITANAGAR, Oct 7: The results of the BA I, II and III year of the Institute of Distance
Education (IDE) held in May-July has been declared, according to a RGU release.
ITANAGAR, Oct 7: Officers and officials of Ziro electrical division has expressed
deep shock over sudden demise of late Punyo Tado, who passed away on 5th October
at Guwahati after a brief illness. Late Punyo Tado born on 10th July 1975 at Hong
village was presently working as upper division clerk under Raga electrical division.
Union threatens stir
ITANAGAR: Exasperated by non-responsive attitude of the authorities towards its demand
for posting of adequate teachers in Govt H Secondary School, Anini, All Idu Mishmi
Students Union (AIMSU) today gave a week’s time to the Govt to solve the teachers
crisis in the school.
Threatening to launch vigorous movement after the expiry of the scheduled time, the
union in a letter to Dibang Valley DC said for the last three years, the GHSS is
running without principal. There is no vice principal of the school for last four
years, the union informed and further added that there are no senior subject teachers
in Hindi, Economics, and Political Science and no regular junior teachers for
Science and Mathematics.
ITANAGAR: The state Govt issued notification enhancing the information fee from Rs
2 to 10 per page under RTI with effect from Oct 1. This was informed by the Arunachal
Pradesh Information Commission in a release today.
State BJYM slams Rahul
New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party Yuva Morcha (BJYM), Arunachal Pradesh unit has
slammed Congress General Secretary Rahul Gandhi for equating the RSS with banned
outfit, Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI).
Describing the Rahul’s statement as unfortunate, the BJYM in a release said today,
such statement aims at hoodwinking the nation on the issue of terrorism. The Congress
leader should know that RSS is a nationalist organization which is contributing in
nation building, while SIMI is a banned organization for its unlawful activities.
During his three-day visit to Madhya Pradesh, Rahul Gandhi Wednesday equated RSS
with SIMI, dubbing them both 'fanatical' and 'fundamentalist’.
MLA pleads for alternative road
ITANAGAR: Expressing concern over the repeated damages of NH52-A road at Karsingsa
shrinking zone, the Itanagar MLA Techi Kaso has appealed to the Govt to conduct survey
for construction of alternative and permanent road from Banderdewa to Naharlagun
without touching the shrinking zone or block point.
The MLA also appealed the Govt and concerned department to allocate special financial
package in order to restore the road link as well as conduct survey work for alternative