Trump divides America

The emergence of Donald Trump as nominee for Republican party for the US Presidential election has deeply divided the opinion of American people. Ohio Governor John Kasich yesterday dropped out of the presidential race after struggling to gain traction against Donald Trump. Kasich's departure comes a day after Trump's...

Take action against willful defaulters

Ever since Vijay Mallya issue came to forefront, banks and government agencies across the country are working hard to recover money from the loan defaulters. Several steps have been initiated to recover money as well as ensure punishment to the willful defaulters like Mr Mallya. Today Minister of state...

Let CBI investigate the Tawang incident

The event which unfolded at Tawang on Monday will be talked for years by the people of Arunachal Pradesh. First time in the history of Arunachal two people died while several others got seriously injured due to the police firing. State had never witnessed this kind of police violence...

Intimidation of press is wrong

It is becoming a habit for the politicians to try intimidating press when journalists don't tow their line. Across the world journalists face hostilities from ruling establishment for raising issues which makes them uncomfortable. Situation is worse in the states like Arunachal Pradesh. Apart from hooligan elements, the press...

Success matters

Yet another scheme was launched today by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Under this Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana, free LPG connections will be provided in the name of women members of BPL households. In the first year, one crore and fifty lakhs such connections will be given and the target...

Teachers should be regularly paid

Once again the contractual teachers working under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) is on the streets demanding immediate release of their pending salaries. The SSA teachers alleged that they have not been paid their salaries since January last. On Thursday massive number of teachers took out protest rally from Akashdeep...

Investigate the allegations

As per the report in local dailies, the Adi Students Union (AdiSU) has alleged that in Namsai district power department is using live tree instead of electric poles to supply electricity in the area. This is shocking news considering the fact that government is pumping in huge amount of...

Fast track the probe into chopper deal

The Agusta Westland Chopper scam is starting to haunt Congress party. Ruling BJP is targeting party President Sonia Gandhi in this case based on the judgment passed by an Italian court. The court has observed that there is a reasonable belief of corruption in the helicopters deal. The deal...

Big task ahead

In an interesting development, Government of India today made startling claim alleging that Naxals operating in the tribal belt have close links with Maoist organisations in Philippines and Turkey and get support from several organisations in Europe. This disclosure was made by Minister of State for Home Haribhai Parathibhai...

Traffic congestion is a big concern

Easing traffic congestion in capital complex has become biggest concern for the capital administration. Ever since national highway got damaged near hotel PYBSS, the traffic had to be diverted causing immense trouble to the capital dwellers. This incident exposes how much capital complex is dependent on NH-415. There seems...

Drastic measures is need of the hour

In the last few days heavy rainfall has caused mayhem across the state. In Tawang district so far 18 people have died due to landslide related incident. 16 labourers lost their life in a hotel construction site at Tawang. The hotel is believed to be owned by a local...

Let parliament function smoothly

The new session of parliament will commence on coming Monday. The session is expected to be explosive. As its election year with states like Tamil Nadu, Kerala and West Bengal going through an election process, the parliament session will be used to trade heavy political punches. Both opposition and...

All eyes on SC

In a major blow to the centre, the Uttarakhand High Court on Thursday quashed the imposition of President' rule in the state. Ordering restoration of the Harish Rawat government, the court asked the ousted Chief Minister to prove his government's majority on the floor of the Assembly on April...

Politics of uncertainty

In last few days state BJP leadership have given enough hint indicating that PPA MLAs might join BJP to form the saffron government in the state. Both leader of opposition Tamiyo Taga and new BJP president Tapir Gao has spoken about possibility of BJP being part of Kalikho Pul...

Be sensitive towards emotive issues

The draught situation in the country is getting worse with each passing days. Situation is especially grim in the state of Maharashtra. As per the report situation in Maharashtra's Marathwada region has worsened with only 3 per cent water left in its dams now. This is a drastic decline...

Wrong timed

Even as defence Minister Manohar Parrikar is on an official visit to neighbouring China, the Chinese state media is virtually mocking the India. State-run Global Times in an article while mocking India's recent decision to sign logistic agreement with US writes that India wants to be the "most beautiful...

Is Kashmir drifting away from India?

Kashmir valley is once again experiencing massive anti-India protests. Violence has gripped valley forcing Centre to immediately augment the security grid by sending additional central armed police forces (CAPFs). Union home ministry is sending 3,600 additional CAPF personnel to the Valley. Of these 12 companies (1200 personnel) were sent...

Garbage management – a big challenge

As the population grows, waste management is emerging as the biggest issue concerning the urban areas of Arunachal Pradesh. District headquarters along with capital complex is struggling to deal with waste management. Situation is especially bad in capital complex. Urban Development Department and Itanagar Municipal Council (IMC) has miserably...

Gear up for monsoon fury

Even before monsoon sets in, few days of heavy rainfall have caused massive destruction across the state. In capital complex landslides have caused to the national highway. The roads have started to wear out in multiple stretches. Going by the present trend, it looks like capital road will not...

Take action against loan defaulters

Ever since liquor baron Vijay Mallya left London after report emerged that he has defaulted loan to the tune of Rs 9,000 crore, the issue of ‘loan default’ has taken centre stage in the public discourse. While politicians is busy blaming each other on the Mallya issue, it is...

Everyone should support medical college project

Chief Minister Kalikho Pul recently informed that Govt. of India has released funds for establishment of Arunachal State Medical College cum 500-bedded hospital at Naharlagun. Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare JP Nadda told this news to the Chief Minister when the latter called on him at Delhi....

Something is wrong

The students are usually considered to be the future of any society. For a young state like ours, a lot depends on young generation to shape the future of state. Unfortunately the event of last few days paints a worrying picture. After report of students trying to burn down...

Recurring of financial crisis is not good for the state

The issue of financial overdraft is once again in news for all the wrong reason. Ever since Commissioner Finance Ashish Kudra wrote to Assistant General Manager, SBI, Itanagar informing that only salary bills are to be cleared from state exchequer, a hue and cry has broken out. Latching on...

Wrong direction

The National Institute of Technology (NIT) Srinagar is embroiled in controversy for the last few days. The whole problem started last Thursday after West Indies knocked India out of the World T20. Some Kashmiri pupils allegedly celebrated with firecrackers and shouted "anti-national" slogans after India lost the match. Enraged,...

Woes of farmers

Even though large part of India is facing drought like situation the government of India does not seem keen to address this burning issue. Situation is reported to be quite worse in the states like Orissa, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Haryana. Report of farmer committing suicide...

Diversion tactics

As the country battles slow economy and agriculture woes, the ruling elites are using several tactics to divert the attention of the citizen. Of late nationalism has emerged as biggest weapon for BJP and its Sangh allies to divert attention of public from real issue concerning the plight of...

Different route

In last few days Chief Minister Kalikho Pul visited various ongoing infrastructure projects within capital complex. These projects have been progressing at snail pace. He has visited civil secretariat, assembly building, Tomo Riba State Hospital, etc. Pul is also taking initiative to revive the medical college project at Pachin,...

Poor execution of work

Just few days of rain has started to cause damage to the capital road. This is giving sleepless night to the capital dwellers as actual monsoon is yet to hit the state. In many stretches, the potholes have developed. Ironically the repairing of capital road has been completed only...

Chaotic end

The financial year 2015-16 ended yesterday. Utter chaos was witnessed during the last minute rush. There was virtually stampede like situation in the finance department and chief minister's office. Long queue was witnessed outside the office of secretary finance. Infact serious allegation of red-tapism has been leveled against senior...

Illogical ban

The issue of cow slaughter which ruling BJP has made huge subject of political discourse since coming to power at centre is returning to haunt them. BJP imposed ban on sale of cattle for slaughter in many states including Maharashtra and Haryana where it won the state election. With...
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