Give BRO and GREF due credit

The killing of three civilians working as labourers with General Reserve Engineer Force (GREF) in Jammu and Kashmir during a terrorist attack is shocking and extremely condemnable. As per the report a group of terrorists attacked a GREF camp in Batal area of Akhnoor sector in Jammu district along...

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...

Properly use the fund

The Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Thursday announced that his government will sanction Rs 600 crore to all the 60 MLAs of state irrespective of party affiliation to carry out developmental activities. As per the CM's announcement each MLAs will get Rs 10 crore each which is a huge...

End attack on NE students

The attack on students hailing from North East region continues to take place in various parts of country despite tall assurance from central government. This time an Arunachalee student has been brutally assaulted at Bengaluru by his landlord. The student was even forced to lick shoe of the landlord....

On right track

In recent year the environment clearance has emerged as the major concerns for the Indian industry. Previous UPA regime was accused of using it for blocking many major industrial projects. The environment ministry had acquired notoriety for holding back file when Jayanti Natarajan was heading it. Infact major industrial...

Resolve the differences

It looks like once again another session of parliament will be washed out. The proceedings of both the houses of parliament have been repeatedly disrupted over the demonetisation issue leading to adjournments after adjournment. Since the start of winter session, the parliament has been witnessing uproars from the opposition...

Allow dual usage of ALG

After Ziro, the people of East Siang district are now demanding for construction of civilian terminal in the Advanced Landing Ground (ALG) at Pasighat. The ALG at Pasighat is on the verge of completion but civilian terminal has not been constructed. This delay on the part of Indian Air...

Bridge the gap between West & Muslim world

Once again the terror attack has rocked Europe. This time London came under the attack of Islamist militant. Attacker Khalid Masood drove his car into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge, killing three people – two of whom died at the scene and one who died of his injuries in hospital...

Inspiring stories

The news story about how a red panda was rescued and later handed over to Itanagar Biological Park authorities by a villager of Kebi village under Lower Subansiri district is truly inspiring. According to the report Panda was badly injured by labourers working in the field and if villager...

Pathankot terror attack will test Indo-Pak relation

Just when the peace process between India and Pakistan were getting on right track, the Pathankot terror attack has came as major setback. Initial lead points to the involvement of ISI and Pakistan based Jaish-E-Mohammed. This new development has dampened the spirit of bonhomie which prevailed for some days...

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...

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...

Make plan

The recent sanctioning of the first phase of Itanagar-Banderdea 4 lane highway project is a major boost towards improving the road connectivity within capital complex. The coming up of 4 lane will led to improve in road standard and will also help to project Itanagar as a true cosmopolitan...

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...

Visit of immense significance

Prime Minister Narendra will be starting five nation tour tomorrow onwards. Modi will visit Afghanistan, Qatar, Switzerland, United States and Mexico. His visit to Afghanistan, Switzerland and United States will be of utmost important to India. Modi will reach Herat in western part of Afghanistan tomorrow afternoon. There, he...

Water treaty is need of the hour

For long what India feared has finally come true. China recently announced that it is blocking a tributary of the Brahmaputra River in Tibet as part of the construction of a hydro power project. This has caused great concern among the people of North East India. Majority of rivers...

Large scale migration is matter of worry

In recent year Arunachal is witnessing massive migration of people from rural to urban areas. Due to this large scale migration, the urban areas are getting populated and messy too. Also the ever thinning rural population especially in the Indo-China border area poses serious national security threat. Unfortunately successive...

Time to end feud

The declaration by Union Minister for Civil Aviation Ashok Gajapathi Raju that centre is committed to construction of green field airport in Itanagar gives hope that soon a full-fledged airport will come up in the state. Minister who is in the Arunachal to participate in the digi dhan Mela...

Regional party is better option

The recent decision of 30 rebel Congress MLAs led by Chief Minister Kalikho Pul to merge with Peoples Party of Arunachal (PPA) has given ray of hope to the lone regional party of state. Formed in the year 1977, PPA was shortly in power in 1979 under the leadership...

Global warming is reality

The effect of global warming is having catastrophic affect across the world. Developing countries like India are facing the major wrath of global warming. According to finding by Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) India's temperature has risen by nearly 0.60 degree Celsius over the last 110 years and extreme events...

Resolve the issue

The Arunachal bhawan, Mumbai is once again in news for all the wrong reasons. This time the Arunachal Students Union of Mumbai has alleged that US Roofs, the company which has taken land on lease and developed the property including that of bhawan, is trespassing into bhawan. The company...

Everyone should cooperate

The public hearing for much awaited Itanagar-Banderdewa 4 lane highway project started on Thursday. Many structures which come under Right Of Way (ROW) will have to be removed to pave way for construction work to start. State government as well as Ministry of Road, Transport and Highway have already...

Role of Governor under scanner

The role of Governor is once again in spotlight. Tamil Nadu Governor Vidyasagar Rao has been refusing to invite VK Sasikala to form government even though she has staked claim to form government with support of majority AIADMK MLAs. On 5th of this month Chief Minister O Panneerselvam tendered...

Stop fooling around

Even as state is witnessing serious political turmoil, it is the bureaucrats which are giving ray of hope to the people of Arunachal Pradesh. The political classes are busy in pulling each other's leg, thereby, seriously hampering the developmental process. For the last four month Arunachal has been witnessing...

Insecurity gripping minority communities

In a democratic country like India every religion is respected and people have the right to practice their religion without any fear. Religion is deeply sentimental issue and it is the duty of democratically elected government to show respect to every religion. But few incidents in the last 3...

Crucial visit

The visit of French President Francois Hollande to India comes at a crucial juncture. In recent month both France and India has been victim of gruesome terror attacks. In November last year around 130 people died in a horrific terror attack in Paris city. The attack was carried out...

Be the partner in developmental process

The local residents recently carried out repairing of Nyorak-Nikte road on self help basis. The 24KM stretch of road from Bame to Wak-Yomcha under West Siang district was repaired with the contribution of local people including politicians, officers and public. Likewise in Daporijo, the local residents repaired drain on...

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...

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...

Let judiciary and media remain independent

The appointment of judges for Supreme Court and high court is becoming a contentious issue. Recently Chief Justice of India TS Thankur came down heavily on union government for delaying the appointment of judges. The file for appointment of judges is alleged to be stuck in Prime Minister’s Office...
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