Don’t turn glacier into death field

The death of ten soldiers in an avalanche at Siachen has come as big shock. The tragedy has once again put spotlight on Siachen, which is considered the highest battlefield in this world. One junior commissioned officer (JCO) and nine jawans of the Army's 19 Madras Regiment died after...

Worrying sign

The insurgent group has again hit the army hard in Tirap district. As per report an Assam Rifles convoy was ambushed in Tirap District in which one Army personnel lost his life and nine others were injured. Though no group made any claim, the police sources believes that in...

Don’t ignore traditional ally

In recent year the relation between age old friends India and Russia has been tested due to growing proximity between India and US. Since cold war days Russia’s has been India’s trusted friend and has supported India at various international platforms. Off late India has developed massive military tie...

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...

Gracefully accept verdict

Arunachal is once again heading to a major political crisis. The Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered the restoration of former Chief Minister Nabam Tuki's Congress government in Arunachal Pradesh. A five-judge constitution bench pronounced the verdict on a bunch of petitions dealing with discretionary powers of Governor Jyoti Prasad...

Gracefully accept verdict of SC

Arunachal's political battle has finally reached Supreme Court of India. Yesterday Apex Court referred to a Constitution bench several petitions arising out of certain orders passed by the Gauhati High Court in the ongoing political battle in Arunachal Pradesh. Matter is now being heard by a five-judge Constitution bench....

Avoid religious politics

The mixing of politics and religion can have devastating effect on the society. For long Arunachalees have been fearing that dirty religion centric politics which is largely practiced in mainland India might one day enter state. The fear seems to be coming true as Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC)...

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...

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...

PWD has failed Arunachal

Recently PWD Minister Gojen Gadi informed that under-construction Civil Secretariat and Assembly Complex is targeted to be completed by February 20 and August 2016. He informed this while inspecting the progress of work. Both these projects have missed deadline on many occasions much to heartburn of everyone involved in...

Stop patronizing criminals

The death of young police officer Bomto Kamduk during the line of duty at Chayangtajo under East Kameng district has deeply shocked the people of state. The incident raises several questions at various fronts. Police knew very well about the background of Tagyung Yangfo, the absconding criminal who is...

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...

Sincere effort

The department of tourism, government of Arunachal which has roped in Bollywood superstar John Abraham as brand ambassador will be launching TV commercials on Arunachal Tourism featuring the actor. The ad will be telecast in few popular TV channels from January 31 onwards. This is a very good initiative...

Implement the order in true spirit

Capital complex deputy commissioner Sandeep Kumar Singh on Monday issued fresh notice prohibiting all kinds of earth cutting whether in private or government allotted land within the Capital Complex with immediate effect till 30/10/2016. The notice warned that violators shall be imposed hefty fine. In the last two year...

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...

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...

Dalits at the receiving end

After religious minorities, its Dalit community who is now target of Sangh Parivar. Across India atrocities on Dalits is increasing day by day. On July 11 a shocking video of seven Dalit men being brutally beaten up by a group of gau rakshaks for allegedly skinning a dead cow...

Bangladesh on edge

India’s immediate neighbour Bangladesh is fast emerging as hot bed of Islamic militancy. The list of those who have fallen victim to attacks by Islamist militants in Bangladesh is growing. Secular bloggers, academics, gay rights activists, and members of religious minorities including Shia, Sufi and Ahmadi Muslims, Christians and...

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...

Let us take pledge against bandh culture

After a long gap capital administration took a firm step against bandh culture by arresting the bandh callers. Capital DM remanded 12-day judicial custody to the president and general secretary of an organization for calling bandh in capital complex. Earlier DM had declared the banh illegal and warned of...

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...

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...

Capital complex deserves a good quality road

After much delay, the re-carpeting cum repairing of capital road has started in several stretches. Though the quality is still questionable, the very sight of PWD starting the repairing work has given lot of happiness to the dwellers of capital complex. The Itanagar-Banderdewa road is in dilapidated condition. Large...

Take everyone along

As the NDA government completes two year in office, celebration are going on across the country to mark the occasion. Several ministers are visiting various parts of country and holding press conferences highlighting the achievements of Modi government. A gala event was held at India Gate, New Delhi on...

Fate of NEDA remains unknown

The fate of North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA) in Arunachal remains unknown as the former allies PPA and BJP are engaged in a bitter war of words. NEDA which comprises of 11 regional parties of North East was launched by BJP to unite the anti-Congress parties. Party President Amit...

A big gamble

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in a surprise move yesterday declared union minister Sarbananda Sonowal as chief ministerial candidate for the assembly poll in Assam to be held in April this year. The decision to project Sonowal was surprising and caught many off guard. The announcement was made at...

Visit of immense significance

Starting tomorrow Prime Minister Narendra Modi will begin tour of three nations namely Belgium, US and Saudi Arabia. The visit to Brussels comes just days after Belgium capital was hit by multiple terror attacks. Mr Modi will take part in India-EU summit where he will take forward the ongoing...

Monsoon fury

As the monsoon fury intensifies the flood situation is also getting out of control in various parts of state. While plains and foot hill areas are battling flood, the hilly parts of state is facing wrath of landslides. Flood is creating havoc in districts like East Siang, Namsai, Lohit,...

Situation is going from bad to worse

In yet another horrific act, the Pakistani troops killed three Indian soldiers and mutilated body of one of them at Machal sector under Kupwara district, Jammu and Kashmir. Reports said the militants who crossed over into this side of Line of Control mutilated the body of one soldier before...

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...
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