DDCA scam haunting finance minister

The alleged financial irregularity under Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA) is starting to haunt finance minister Arun Jaitely.  The opposition parties are demanding his resignation over the allegation. Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad today urged Jaitley to resign, so that investigation is done freely. He added that finance...

A good beginning

The Clean Arunachal campaign which began yesterday across the state is a very good initiative. The campaign will run till 13th February culminating into statehood day celebration on February 20. Ever since the campaign began normally dirtied streets of capital complex looks cleaner. People are voluntarily turning up in...

Protect capital road

The illegal encroachment along with illegal earth cutting is the main culprit for causing damage to the capital road. Despite several orders and notices issued by the capital administration, the capital dwellers blatantly continues to violate order and indulge in illegal earth cutting. Chief Minister Kalikho Pul on Sunday...

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...

Interesting days ahead in Rajya Sabha

The result of the recently concluded Rajya Sabha election point towards more balanced upper house. Congress has been using its numerical strength in Rajya Sabha to corner government on various issues and also blocking the passage of important bills like GST. However BJP has managed to pull of victory...

Performance of NHIDCL worrying

For year the North East region in particularly Arunachal Pradesh has been struggling with poor road connectivity. Border Road Organization (BRO) which was earlier entrusted to improve road connectivity in the region has failed to complete most of the project. BRO has been bogged down by lack of modern...

A clarion call to unite against terrorism

Reiterating that India has a policy of zero tolerance to terrorism, Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave a clarion call to international community to fight terrorism in South Asia during the concluding session of G20 Summit. In an apparent reference to Pakistan, Modi said "one single nation in South Asia...

Properly investigate the alleged encounter

The killing of 8 SIMI under trial terrorists in an alleged encounter at Bhopal raises several questions. The 8 men were gunned down after they escaped from Bhopal central prison in a daring jail break. Since the report of alleged encounter emerged few unverified and disturbing videos about encounter...

Something to cheer about

Finally there seems to be some good news for the Indian Airforce (IAF). The depleting strength of IAF is going to get boost with induction of Rafale fighter jets which is expected to start in the next three years. Air Force chief Arup Raha has shared that within three...

Media should be cautious in reporting terror

Once again the role of media in covering the terror attack is being scrutinized post Pathankot terror attack. Some of the security experts alleged that non-stop coverage of terror incident helps terrorist and their handlers. In social media people demanded for banning of NDTV alleging that channel aired crucial...

Spare educational institutes

The land encroachment issue in capital complex area is once again back in the news. On Monday Papum Pare deputy commissioner Pooja Jain took note of the rampant encroachment in Doimukh sub-division. The young officer instructed the Doimukh SDO to prepare and submit the list of encroachers at the...

Sad time for Indian democracy

The new twist in the Uttarakhand crisis has given ammunition to the Congress party to launch blistering attack on BJP and central government. Uttarakhand High Court on Tuesday ordered a floor test to prove majority by former Chief Minister Harish Rawat on 31st of this month. Giving a new...

Monsoon woes

The onset of monsoon over Kerala is likely to be slightly delayed this year. The India Meteorological Department recently stated that southwest monsoon is likely to set over Kerala on 7th June. The normal monsoon onset date is June 1 when it reaches the state. The late arrival of...

Be cautious

After assuming the office, Chief Minister Kalikho Pul has been pushing hard to revive the hydropower projects stuck in various stages. Pul has been meeting central leaders to expedite the pending projects. Several projects, the MOU/MOA for which was signed during late Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu's era are stuck...

Big decision

The iconic anti-AFSPA activitist Irom Sharmila on Tuesday ended her 16 year old hunger strike. She didn't eat for 16 years in protest against alleged army atrocities in Manipur and has been demanding for repeal of Armed Forces Special Power Act which gives undue power to army. Sharmila also...

Strengthen internal security

Just days after India conducted surgical strike against terrorists inside Pakistan occupied Kashmir, the terrorist attacked army base at Baramulla on Sunday night. One BSF jawan was martyred while another injured after terrorists carried out an attack on BSF and adjoining army camps. India had anticipated such response from...

Waiting for promise to turn into reality

In the last one year several union ministers have visited state and made promises after promises. But the situation remains same and Arunachal is yet to experience the fruit of those promises. Ever since BJP came to power at centre and Congress in the state, the development has taken...

Probe will clear the air

Congress party is relentlessly targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi over Birla-Sahara diary case. Led by party vice-president Rahul Gandhi the grand old party is picking up the issue even at the cost of own party colleague and former Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit. The diaries contain corruption allegation against several...

Time to introspect

Once considered the most peaceful state these days Arunachal is in news for all the wrong reasons. Incidents of crime especially related to children are growing which is matter of deep concern. School and home, which are believed to be the safest places for children, are becoming unsafe. Many...

A good beginning

Police modernization is one of the major issues concerning the state of Arunachal Pradesh. State police has been confronting problems like lack of modern equipment and constant interference from the political bosses. Such is the apathy of police force that even they struggle for the fund to run the...

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...

Allow dual use of ALG

After Ziro and Aalo, the advance landing ground (ALG) has been made operationalize at Mechuka. On Sunday Indian Air Force (IAF) re-activated the Mechuka ALG in a simple function. This will mark new era in the India’s effort to catch up with neighbouring China in the military preparedness. Mechuka...

Let NEDA be agent of development

The north east democratic Alliance (NEDA) which is an initiative of BJP will finally take shape on Wednesday. Party president Amit Shah will hold meeting with leaders of non-Congress parties at Guwahati. NEDA is an ambitious project of BJP president Amit Shah. It is a grouping of non Congress...

No compromise with quality

The pathetic condition of road leading to Rajiv Gandhi University is becoming matter of deep embarrassment for the state government. Irked by the non-responsive attitude of concern authorities towards the problem, the members of Rajiv Gandhi University Students Union (RGUSU) recently conducted protest rally. They also meet Chief Minister...

Decisive fight begins

In 2014 when ISIS emerged as major terrorist group after capturing large swathe of areas in Iraq and Syria it shocked the whole world. Since then it has gained notoriety for brutual killing and spreading their presence across the world. ISIS has managed to attract fighters from across the...

Shun bandh culture

In a welcome change, the denizens of capital complex defied the recent capital bandh and carried on with normal life. This should send out a strong message to those unions/associations who take citizens for granted and randomly organize bandh call in capital region. For the personal profit of few...

End the confrontation

The confrontation between Itanagar Traffic Warden (ITW) and authority concern is refusing to die. ITW which has launched whistle down strike even took out a protest rally on Thursday seeking immediate fulfillment of their demands. They started their indefinite agitation on Monday and placed demands which include regularization of...

Timely visit

The visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Russia assumes huge significance. Starting from the cold war days, Russia is India’s tried and tested friend. However in recent year India has warmed up to western world in particularly United States of America and has drifted away from old friend...

NE states still waiting for good days

Central government today unleashed another round of major infrastructure projects. Govt. of India cleared six road projects and one port sector project with estimated project cost of around Rs 9,672 crore. It included four National Highway projects, one each in the state of Maharashtra and Himachal Pradesh and two...

Exciting days ahead

India’s immediate neighbour Myanmar on Tuesday witnessed a historic day. Myanmar's Parliament elected Htin Kyaw as the country's next President, the first civilian leader after more than 50 years of military rule. Htin Kyaw is a close ally of Aung San Suu Kyi, whose National League for Democracy (NLD)...
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