End this disruptive tactic

Both the houses of Parliament were today adjourned sine die marking the completion of the winter session. In the entire session Lok Sabha passed 14 Bills registering 104 per cent productivity while the Rajya Sabha passed only nine bills witnessing 46 per cent productivity. During the entire session both...

Shameful incident

India has been deeply shamed by what happened at Bengaluru few days ago. A 21-year-old Tanzanian woman student was allegedly beaten up and stripped by the mob in a case of mistaken identity after a woman was mowed down by a car in Bengaluru on Sunday night. The incident...

Don’t divide people on religious line

These days’ non issues are being made as issue and real genuine issues are not discussed in public domain. Strangely at a time when farmers are dying due to bad crops the country is discussing whether chanting of Bharat Mata Ki Jai should be made compulsory. Recently Mohan Bhagwat, the...

Don’t allow misuse of fund

Chief Minister Kalikho Pul who is currently in Delhi meeting various central leaders seems to be making concerted effort to bring in more developmental fund to the state. Pul during his meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed him to sanction Rs 12,000 crore for reconstruction of the disaster...

Good job

The decision of Itanagar police to conduct raids in the Indira Gandhi Park and arrest those responsible for dirtying the park is commendable. Yesterday police conducted surprised raid and arrested 19 youths along with beer bottles. These youths were allegedly drinking beer inside the park, thereby creating nuisance and...

Pinning hope on new leadership

There is a common observation that Arunachal Pradesh, being a late starter, needs faster development so that the hilly state steps forward at par with other developing states of the country. But the political commotion in recent past, involving the national political parties, has exposed Arunachal in bad light...

Rajbhawan in spotlight

In the last few days a kind of stand-off has developed between centre and Governor JP Rajkhowa. Speaking to Assam based media Rajkhowa shared that a private person had asked him to resign citing health ground. Another central minister also confirmed to him that a decision has been taken...

Citizens at receiving end

As the tension between India and Pakistan increases the citizens on both the sides are bearing brunt of it. Continuous cross border firing is making life miserable for the people living along the line of control. Civilian casualties have been reported from both the sides. The worst hit is...

Disturbing news

The report that students of Government Polytechnic College, Roing boycotted the semester examination alleging non-completion of syllabus due to shortage of teachers is matter of deep concern. The news not only embarrasses the department of higher and technical education but also raises many serious questions about its functioning. In...

Use best available technologies

In the last 10 days several soldiers have lost their life due to avalanche in Jammu and Kashmir. Five soldiers who were successfully rescued in Machhil sector of north Kashmir's frontier district of Kupwara on Saturday succumbed to their grievous injuries on Monday at Army Hospital in Srinagar. The...

Suspense over Naga accord continues

It is time centre make public the Framework Agreement signed between government of India and NSCN (IM) on August 3, 2015. Due to suspense over nature of agreement, lot of rumours keeps on circulating which has potential to destabilize the North East region. Few days ago Thuingleng Muivah, General...

BJP looks unstoppable

By convincingly winning the recently concluded Municipal election in Delhi, BJP has once again outsmarted opposition parties and are continuing their winning spree. Though it is just a Municipal election, considering the fact that Delhi voters usually set tone for rest of the country, the result cannot be simply...

It’s better to be prepared

In the last few days North East region has been rocked by series of earthquakes. On Monday, a strong quake measuring 6.7 on the Richter scale hit Tamenglong in Manipur. This was followed by many small and medium aftershocks. In Manipur many people lost lives. The earthquake also caused...

Don’t compromise with quality

After waiting for months finally the re-carpeting cum repairing of capital road is going on in full swing. PWD (Highway) is concentrating in re-carpeting of national highway passing through urban areas in Itanagar and Naharlagun. In the last monsoon, the condition of NH 415 severely deteriorated. People of capital...

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...

India’s future lies in secular nature

India has always portrayed itself as ideal democratic country where everyone is treated equally. Since independence despite all the wrong, the whole world admired India for its unity in diversity. The country's founder who framed constitution has ensure that every Indian feel part of this growing country. India has...

Ugly side of sport administration

The controversy over Ravi Shastri's snub as India head coach has deepened with Sourav Ganguly, one of the members of the Board of Control for Cricket in India's Cricket Advisory Committee, expressing disappointment with his remarks. Earlier Shastri in an interview to a media house created a flutter when...

Long pending demand

The new education minister Honchun Ngandam has given ray of hope to the unemployed youths of state by stating that in future recruitment of teacher will be conducted by Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission. He said education department will hand over responsibility of conducting teacher recruitment to APPSC at...

Keep political differences aside

Ever since Indian army claimed that it had carried out surgical strike in Pakistan occupied Kashmir dismantling terror launch pad a massive political row has broken out. What should have been successful military operation are being highly politicized by the politicians. After Uri attack which led to death of...

Conflict between NATO & Russia

The standoff between West and Russia is brewing and pose serious threat to international peace. Tension is especially escalating in the Baltic region. Russia which has been expressing concern over expansion of NATO into its former soviet territories has been building up massive military infrastructure in the region bordering...

Modi in advantage

As the last day for depositing old notes of 500 and 1000 ends today, there is still uncertainty over how government will deal with the after effects of demonetisation. In a sudden move on November 8 Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the scrapping of 500 and 1000 notes which...

Hydro potential yet to be tapped

The tapping of hydro potential of Arunachal seems to be focus of the present central as well as state governments. Additional Secretary, Ministry of Power, BP Pandey who was recently on a visit to the state, meet Chief Minister Pema Khandu and discussed about several pending hydropower projects. Major...

Ban cow vigilante group

The cow vigilante group which has been creating havoc in the country in the garb of cow protection has been put on alert by Supreme Court of India. SC has sought response from six states, including Rajasthan, on a plea seeking a ban on cow vigilante groups there. A...

Junket tour in guise of promoting tourism

In order to promote Arunachal tourism a team of officials, tour operators and cultural troupe is travelling to Thailand on last week of this month. The tour organized by the department of tourism is part of Arunachal Tourism Road Show-2017. Strangely government is sending senior IAS officers like Chief...

Need of hour is long term solution

After a gap of few months, the issue of non-payment of salaries to teacher working under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan(SSA) keeps on surfacing in the local media. The Arunachal Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Teachers’ Association (AASSATA) today claimed that SSA teachers have not been paid salaries since October last year. AASSATA...

Important election

The Election Commission on Friday announced the schedule for the forthcoming Assembly elections in four States and one Union Territory. The States are Kerala, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Assam and Puducherry. Assam will go to poll in two phases on 4th and 11th of April. Tamil Nadu, Kerala and...

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...

Judiciously use fund

It has become matter of embarrassment for the people of Arunachal to see successive state governments begging central government for every single rupee to fund the developmental project. Our ministers keep running to Delhi with folded hands seeking fund. But unfortunately they have not properly used the fund. Governments...

Difficult time for Europe

Terror has once again strike France. Atleast 84 people are believed to be killed and scores injured in the Bastille Day attack in Nice. The 31-year-old, Tunisian-born Frenchman Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel with a record of violence but unknown to counter-terrorism agencies drove the rented heavy truck for 2 km (1.5...

Good move

The disastrous performance of Indian contingent in the recently concluded Olympic Game at Rio has received criticism from every corner. A country with population of 1.25 billion won only two medal. Dismal performance of athletes along with shameful behavior of Indian officials including that of union sports minister Vijay...
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