YUPIA, Jan 10: The first ever Galo Day was celebrated in a befitting manner here
Colourful traditional dances presented by women and cultural troupes were the main
attractions of the celebration.
Galo Welfare Society President Papum Pare, Dr. S Ronya highlighted the objectives
of the Galo Day celebration in his address.
Both Tana Yayo and Tai Kaye appreciated the Galo Community for organising the first
ever Galo day at Yupia and advised to maintain unity among various tribes through
The celebration was attended by Doimukh ZPM Tana Yayo and Papum Pare Deputy Commissioner
Meanwhile, the Galo people of the Capital Complex today celebrated the 15th foundation
Day of Galo Welfare Society (GWS) at Mopin-Solung ground Itanagar in a befitting
During the celebration, the GWS president Dr Emi Rumi declared the 15th October of
every year as Nyirmen festival day (also known as recreation day of Galo) in addition
to Mopin. This festival has been seen celebrated in Aalo during early 70s.
Among others, MLA Er Tumke Bagra and founder GWS secretary general AT Kulo were
present as chief guest and guest of honour on the occasion.
The achievement reports of GWS for 2013 and 2014 were presented by its secretary
general Mokir Ori. The audio album produced by Moi Bado and lyrics by Er. Henkar
Rokom Bado was released on the day by the Chief Guest. The book authored by Moi Bagra
called IDENTITY (an insight into Galo Tribal world) was also released by the guest
11 Wonders beat Emergency 11 in inaugural match of B Pertin Memorial T20 Cricket
PASIGHAT, Jan 10: The 11th Bakin Pertin Memorial T20 Cricket Tournament (BPMTCT)
began at Borguli Village playground under Mebo Sub-Division, East Siang district
The inaugural match was played between defending champion 11 Wonders and Emergency
11 in which the former beat the latter by nine run.
Kiran Osik of the winning team was declared man of the match for his unbeaten 44
runs and 3 wicket haul.
Kaki 11 will meet Nansum in the first match tomorrow while Bogong A will be up against
Sigar Village in the second match, informed organizing committee.
19 teams from all over the district are participating in the tournament. The final
will be played on January 26.
First weekly from Namsai launched
NAMSAI, Jan 10: Namsai Review, the first English weekly from the district was launched
in a glittering function on the occasion of Purvottara Buddha Mahotsava 2015 at Poi
Pee Mee Ground, here today.
The weekly newspaper was launched by Minister Agriculture, Horticulture Chowna Mein
in presence of Associate Editor Indian Express Samudra Gupta Kashyap, Deputy Commissioner
R K Sharma and other prominent personalities. While congratulating the editor of
the weekly, the Associate Editor of Indian Express said that it is a good start indeed.
“I am glad to dedicate Namsai’s first newspaper to the people of the district in
particular and the state as a whole,” he said.
Indrajit Tingwa is the Editor of the newspaper. (Courtesy: Chow Bilaseng Namchoom)
Short film competition
ITANAGAR, Jan 10: With an objective to promote creativity of film makers of Arunachal
Pradesh the Frontier Films Itanagar is organising a one minute duration short film
competition on the theme ‘Itanagar Traffic’. The winner will be honoured with Frontier
Films Award along with a cash prize of Rs.10,000 which will be given away on the
occasion of News & Views Award on 20th January 2015. The last date of submission
for entries is Jan 17th 2015, for further information one may contact 09862219208.
Apprehension over deletion of Religion Column in ST forms
ITANAGAR, Jan 10: A delegation of Janjati Suraksha Manch, IFCSAP and AVP met Leader
of Opposition Tamio Taga and discussed various issues such as double benefit under
minority schemes in the state, implementation of Arunachal Pradesh Freedom of Religion
Act 1978 and need of strong anti-conversion law in the nation.
During the discussion JSM Convenor, Taba Hare expressed discontentment over deletion
of Religion Column in ST Application forms and other documents of Government of Arunachal
Pradesh without any notification since last few years without which the religious
status of an applicant can not be identified and religious census carried out. “We
filed application through RTI to know reason behind deletion of the religious column
but no reply has been received yet from the authority concerned,” he said.
Earlier, the JSM submitted a memorandum to the Prime Minister in the last week. Similar
memorandam was also submitted to the Governor and the Chief Minister, the JSM release
PPA for restoring NEC to its earlier model
ITANAGAR, Jan 10: The People’s Party of Arunachal (PPA) said that the North East
Council (NEC) with its head office in Shillong, Meghalaya should be restructured
and restored to its earlier model where any serving Governor of any State in the
Region was Chairman.
Under the current model, any DoNER Minister would automatically become the Chairman
of the NEC and functions from Delhi. This way, the functioning of the NEC has been
badly affected, PPA president Kahfa Bengia opined in a release.
“NEC is normally considered as Regional Mini Planning Commission and hence, it is
more appropriate going back to its earlier model by reappointing any serving Governor
of any State in the Region as Chairman of it. In this way, the NEC can be effectively
administered retorted, said party CWC chairman Kamen Ringu.
BSG state council meeting held
ITANAGAR, Jan 10: Secretary (Education) R K Mishra called upon all sections of the
society to contribute for Scouts and Guides in the state by any means to develop
the future citizens of our state.
Chairing the 17th State Council and Executive Committee Meeting of Bharat Scouts
and Guides (BSG), Arunachal Pradesh unit at state BSG Training Centre, Naharlagun
yesterday, Mishra said that scouting and guiding are non formal education based on
“The greatest contribution to education in the 20th century was made not by an educationist
but by a scholar who founded the scout movement,” he said quoting eminent scholar
G B Show.
He also advocated for creating state fund which will be used for the development
of young scouts and guides activities in the state.
The meeting was attended by the Director HIgher.& Technical Education, Director of
Secondary Education and Dy. Directors and Principals and Vice Principals, Assistant
Director, BSG, NE Region, Guwahati, Assam and representative of NHQ, BSG, New Delhi.
Be self reliant, SHG members advised
ITANAGAR, Jan 10: A meeting was organized under the banner of North East Multipurpose
Development Society regarding formation of Self Help Group, Farmers Club, bank linkage
etc. under the banner of North East Multipurpose Development Society at Naharlagun
Convenor of the meeting P. Handic advised the beneficiaries to work hard and be self
Resource person Taba Aya, Manager, Apex Bank Naharlagun highlighted motto of meeting
and encouraged the beneficiaries sincerely work for success. More than 100 beneficiaries
attended the meeting.
National Integration Camp inaugurated
ITANAGAR, Jan 10: Integrity in diversity is the intellectual development and cultural
background of the India, said Namsai Deputy Commissioner RK Sharma after inaugurating
the National Integration Camp organized by Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan in Coordination
with Krishnapur Progressive Youth Club at Krishnapur yesterday.
He exhorted the youths to come under one umbrella to understand, share and exchange
their culture, traditions, ethnic values and to create the feelings of oneness brushing
aside their caste, creed and religious differences for development of the country.
Extra Assistant Commissioner, Lekang HN Dubey appealed to the youths to maintain
unity, Integrity and adopt the path of non-violence.
Pailo Mihu, District Youth Coordinator appealed to the delegates to understand each
other and spread the message of unity and brotherhood
Delegates from Assam, Sikkim, West Bengal and host Arunachal Pradesh presented colorful
cultural programmes during the inaugural function. Various literary, Games and Sports
and cleanness drive, site seeing etc will be conducted during the six day NIC which
started on January 8.
Social Service conducted
Daporijo, Jan 10: A mass social service under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan was organised
by the Tamin Elite Society (TES) from BRTF road via Super Market to Golden Market,
Daporijo today. The members of Tamin Elite Society, Urban Development department
staff and general public along with Deputy Commissioner Komkar Dulom and UPO Giluk
Belo participated in clearing the garbage and clogged drains along the road.
The DC lauded the efforts of the Society in conducting the social service and called
for such efforts to be continued to make the town clean and beautiful. DIPRO
Khandu inaugurates tourist lodge at Dapo
DAPORIJO, Jan 10: Menle Botom Tourist Lodge located at APP BN Colony near Subansiri
River was inaugurated by Minister for Tourism, UD and Art & Culture, Pema Khandu,
during his visit to Daporijo on 6th and 7th January 2015.
MLA Daporijo Dikto Yekar, MLA Chow Zingnu Namchoom and Deputy Commissioner Komkar
Dulom accompanied the Minister during the function. An inspection of the tourist
lodge and damaged CC Steps in between the lodge and Subansiri River was done by the
The Minister also inspected the ongoing CC pavement road construction from Post Office
junction to M/S Tabom Kena shop being constructed under Infrastructure development
of township road phase-I and the Vendors’ markets at New Market and Medical Colony
(near DUDA office) being constructed under Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation (HUPA)
on Jan 7th. Khandu appreciated the quality maintained in the construction being undertaken
by the UD department.
Meanwhile, Dosh Dasi an entrepreneur running the Menle Botom Tourist Lodge made a
request for early and complete renovation of the Tourist lodge. It was informed that
the management committee of the tourist lodge has undertaken to organise a District
Level Painting Competition related to tourism in consultation with district administration,
education department and department of tourism.DIPRO
We are ready to talk but not ready to negotiate: Ujum
ITANAGAR, Jan 10: Breaking her overdue silence on her 72 hours hunger strike in protest
against the Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) and the state government
over APPSCCE 2013-14 paper leak issue, Ujum Perying today said that they are ready
to talk with the government but will not negotiate on the issue until their demands
are met. “I feel privileged for not taking food for the last three days for a good
cause” Ujum said while appealing youths to join in the fight.
Appearing firm on her and the Consultative Committee stand, she stated that, “We
are ready to talk but not ready to negotiate”, while clearing an air of doubt that
Consultative Committee may come to the negotiation table.
Encouraging fellow aspirants, she reassured, “Don’t think Ujum is feeling weak rather
I am feeling delighted and encouraged by overwhelming support from the people”. This
time we have ample evidences against the commission that they did wrong, if we let
this opportunity go, it will not come again” she added.
She made fervent appeal to the people to join hands in the fight against corruption
with the aspirants adding that the battle is not only for aspirants but for the future
generation. She exhorted that support through social media, SMS and press releases
are not enough but people should be present physically at the hunger strike to send
a strong message to the authorities.
Meanwhile, the supports are still pouring in from all quarters. All Galo Students
Union (AGSU) President Jorik Bagra participated in hunger strike and expressed solidarity
to Ujum and aspirants in their fight. Apatani Students Union (ASU) also extended
its support to the team. In a release ASU appealed to the people to extend their
support to the aspirants.
Meanwhile, in an important development, Ujum Perying late this evening decided to
extend the hunger strike for another 24 hours if the state Govt does to take steps
to redress their grievances till 10 am tomorrow (Jan 11).
ITANAGAR, Jan 10: Consultative Committee of APPSCCE (M) 2013-14 has brushed away
the press statement given by CM’s Office and reiterated that the Chief Minister is
very inaccessible to the aspirants represented by the Consultative Committee.
“We flatly make it clear that neither Israel Perme nor any member(s) of the Consultative
Committee had met the Chief Minister on November 22, 2014,” the Consultative Committee
informed in a release.
A press statement by the CM’s Office today termed misleading, concocted and false
the information given by the Consultative Committee that the members of the committee
were denied appointment with the Chief Minister. The press statement claimed that
there are records that the aggrieved civil service examination aspirants under the
banner of the Consultative Committee had met the Chief Minister twice and had placed
“Till today, we have met Bamang Tago twice only--first on September 16, 2014 during
the initial protest and second on November 22, 2014 when the Enquiry Report was reportedly
misplaced,” the Consultative Committee claimed.
“Till date, we met the Chief Minister once only and that was on September 23, 2014.
Prior to this we went up to the CM’s door but we were denied appointment with the
CM. We had to go for rally and dharna only to have an appointment with the CM. We
also tried to meet the Chief Minister again on November 22, 2014, but we failed.”
“We request the CMO not to mislead the people and let the truth prevail that the
CM has been very inaccessible to the aspirants represented by the Consultative Committee.
However, we do not comment on whether he is inaccessible to the general public or
not,” the Consultative Committee said.
Regarding the offer made by him “to do whatever possible within the framework of
laid down rules of the Commission concerned and the Central Government norms”, we
will only say that you had your time to turn that “offer” in to “reality” well within
the Constitutional jurisdiction.
“It is unfortunate that the CMO is trying to come clean on such petty issues while
sidelining the very core issue. Also why is the CMO interested on Israel Perme and
Ujum Perying although there were eight members in the team which met the CM on September
23?, queried the Committee.
“If the CMO is really concerned then why not the CMO do come clean on the very issue
of question paper leakage incident, questioned the Committee.
The dilly-dally tactics that the CMO is adopting by instituting SIT will only hamper
the state in the long run. We are on the very side of the Govt. and we are fighting
so that the bureaucrats recruited through APPSC are talented ones, who can serve
the govt. and public honestly by transforming the programmes and policies of the
government into reality, the release added.
You are not alone, BJP says to aspirants
ITANAGAR, Jan10: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) State Unit today publicly announced
that they are with the struggling APPSCCE aspirants in their fight against the Commission
and state government.
Expressing solidarity with Ujum Perying and the aspirants, BJP state unit general
secretary Dominic Tadar said, “You are not alone, we are with you all”. Tadar along
with party members including former minister R K Khirmey joined Ujum in the hunger
strike this morning. Later addressing the media persons at Press Club, BJP Chief
Spokesperson R K Khirmey reaffirmed his party’s stand on the APPSCCE paper leakage
issue and informed that BJP will appraise the Governor on the issue for early redressal.
Condemning the Commission over the issue, Khirmey said that youths will have no faith
on the Commission if the state’s highest body does such mess.
The BJP further strongly opposed the installation of prepaid meters of electric department
saying that Arunahcal is not yet feasible to install prepaid meters.
Coming down heavily upon the state government for its alleged haste in installing
prepaid meters in Itanagar, the BJP state unit claimed that the manner the state
government is rushing in installation is very confusing. “The metropolitan cities
like Delhi and Mumbai have not installed prepaid meters, why the Arunachal Government
is in haste to install it, questioned the BJP state unit.
Further, the BJP state unit demanded the government a white paper on the total cost
involved in procuring the prepaid meters. The party clarified that it is not against
technology rather it agreed that prepaid meter is good for revenue generation; however
it said the party is against it because the public is opposing it. It further informed
that BJP state will raise the issue in the ensuing state Assembly. Earlier it also
condemned the IRBN personnel and youth clash at Boleng, claiming that the incident
had led to indiscriminate lathi-charge on innocent people by the police personnel.
It also demanded the government to recall all IRBN personnel from Boleng and to let
Meanwhile, Kime Paka (Mowb-I) C sector Colony Development Committee has also opposed
the installation of prepaid electric meters in the colony saying that meters are
defective and charge exhorbitant bills.
Centre assures all out support to Arunachal development
CM expects Centre’s proactive role in green clearances
NEW DELHI, Jan 10: Union Minister of Power & Coal Piyush Goyal assured that the Government
of India would leave no stone unturned to support the Arunachal Government towards
various development activities initiated by the state government. The Minister also
lauded the efforts of the state government to further the Power sector in the state
particularly with reference to the activities for streamlining the Hydropower activities
with the intention of making Arunachal Pradesh the Powerhouse of the country.
While felicitating Chief Minister Nabam Tuki at the 2nd Economic Times Power Focus
Summit at New Delhi Friday evening, Goyal termed Tuki as a distinguished leader who
embodies the collective aspirations of the people of Arunachal Pradesh and has been
passionately working towards ushering in multifarious development in the Frontier
State. Goyal also offered to visit the State soon to discuss overall issues related
to the Power sector in the State.
A trophy and a Certificate of Merit were awarded to the Chief Minister on the occasion.
In the closing session of the 2nd Economic Times Power Focus Summit, Tuki delivered
the Keynote address on the theme ‘24X7 Power to All’. At a distinguished gathering
including the Power and Energy Ministers of Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and West Bengal
and also several experts and industry representatives, the Chief Minister termed
the availability of Power as a matter of right and that the onus was on the policy
makers to meet their responsibilities in working towards a reasonable framework for
realizing the Energy needs of the Nation - at the same time protecting the larger
Environmental Concerns to the maximum possible extent.
While giving an overview of the Hydropower potential of Arunachal Pradesh, Tuki outlined
the efforts made by his Government to develop an ecosystem for furthering the Hydropower
activities in the State. To this end, he mentioned that the State Government has
been giving special focus to introduce Hydropower education and training for the
development of skilled manpower in the Hydropower sector.
The Chief Minister expressed concern that a large chunk of public focus has been
only on the negative aspects of Hydropower. Less account has been taken of the benefits
of Hydropower and the knowledge and willingness which exists within the expertise
to anticipate, mitigate and/or compensate for the negative aspects. He observed that
whether it is the state, or the public or the Hydropower industries - none is gaining
from this tirade of negativity and it is time that adequate awareness is created
and brought to the knowledge of the people to overcome this.
The Chief Minister expected a proactive approach from agencies such as Union Ministry
of Environment & Forests and Climate Change to rationalize the norms for expediting
Environment and Forest Clearances.
“The regulatory constraints arriving out of environmental concerns, laws, fiscal
policies will have to be addressed proactively by the government of India so as to
not miss the global race,” he said.
On the part of the state governments, Tuki opined that they will have to adopt a
global approach by accepting Hydropower as a long term benefactor, as a clean power
and largest economic driver. He emphasized that effective rehabilitation schemes,
wider public consultations and grass-root participation in rehabilitation will go
a long way in securing these desired objectives.
“With India embarking on the mission “Make In India” – we have very limited time
in expanding and sustainably harnessing the Hydropower potential. Harnessing the
potential of my State will trigger an investment of about Rs 4-5 Lakh Crores, which
will lead to increased industrial growth, employment generation besides catering
to the power requirement of the country as well as some of its neighbors,” Tuki said
in his keynote address.
He called for concerted effort of one and all including the central government, the
state governments and the power developers to be ensured for full growth of this
sector and invited developers, industry experts and other stakeholders to participate
in this development journey of Arunachal Pradesh.
“In a democratic society, discussion, debate and dissent are catalysts and not barriers
to growth. These are experiments through which we can achieve consensus and unanimity.
I am hopeful that with the active intervention of the Government of India, it will
be possible to untie the regulatory bottlenecks. And with the full involvement of
the state governments in seeking public acceptability, the projects will lead India
towards equitable growth and economic prosperity,” the Chief Minister added.
Also present with the Chief Minister were Secretary Planning Sonam Chombay, Resident
Commissioner V. Abbraham and other officials.
DIG Shanliana unveils comprehensive plan for crime control
PASIGHAT, Jan 10: Deputy Inspector General of Police (Central Range), L.H Shanliana,
in his first meeting on Jan 9 with the SPs unveiled a comprehensive plan for crime
The meeting was convened by DIG Shanliana after he took charge as the DIG (Central
Range) here yesterday. The meeting attended by East Siang SP Devendar Arya, SP Siang
D. Jini and Commandant 5th , IRBn Vijayanta Arya.
The DIG emphasised on teamwork and people-friendly policing in coordination with
all segments of the society. Solving undetected cases and ensuring speedy probe in
sensitive cases would be the priority for the police force, Shanliana assured with
the high-ranking officers. He also spoke at length about strategies to tackle law
and order problems. Police would ensure public safety and focus on crime prevention
and detection. Crime probes would be completed in an efficient and speedy manner.
On traffic regulations, the DIG opined that common mindset needed to change first.
Every effort would be made and all the resources available would be utilized to maintain
peace and tranquillity, Shanliana stated and further urged the public to register
their grievances fearlessly.
Hailing from Mizoram, Shanliana belongs to the 1998 batch of IPS. He started his
career in Mizoram Police Service in 1982 and had joined Arunachal Pradesh Police
on Sept 2014 before being posted as DIG (Central Range) Pasighat. DIPRO
Site verified for Engineering College at Toru
TORU, Jan 10: Education, Textile and Handicrafts Minister Tapang Taloh and Parliamentary
Secretary Education, IPR& Printing Bamang Felix visited the proposed site for establishment
of the Engineering College sponsored under Rashtriya Ucchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA)
at Toru today which is approximately 25 kms away from Itanagar.
After taking stock of the availability of land for the college, the Minister expressed
his satisfaction on availability of land donated by local citizens. Taloh lauded
the people for coming forward and donated land for establishment of first engineering
college under RUSA. Interacting with the local residents of the area, he said that
they should feel happy that such premier institute is coming up in their area and
such developmental activities must be welcomed with open minds and hearts thereby
creating a conducive atmosphere for its successful establishment. Pointing out the
benefits of such institute, he said that it will not only bring development in the
area but also change the socio and economic conditions of the people.
Addressing the gathering, Parliamentary Secretary Education Bamang Felix said that
the college is a great gift for the people of Toru circle and they should give their
full cooperation in the establishment of the Engineering College which is totally
sponsored project of Govt of India under RUSA. He further said that the proposed
area is very suitable for establishment of the college. Felix also assured the local
people that the coming up of such premier institute will have life changing effects
on the lives of the local people with coming up of many more facilities like job,
education, health, banks, water and power supply and others. He also called upon
the people to know their responsibilities towards its people and society and instead
of making unnecessary unions and associations, constitute development committees
to oversee and spearhead the development activities in their respective areas which
creates development friendly atmosphere and fulfills the needs of common people.
ZPC Nabam Aka expressed her thankfulness to the Education Minister and Parliamentary
Secretary for their cooperation on establishment of such premier institute at Toru.
ZPC Aka who is also the local ZPM of Toru circle assured that full cooperation would
be given in setting up of the college at Toru.
Later, Taloh visited the Laptap Sericulture Centre and also visited the Tei Bida
legendary rock which has foot prints of human and animals (mithuns) called Taa-Shi
legne. Among others Director Higher Technical Education Dr. Tejum Padu, A. Jongkey,
Deputy Director, Sanjay Bengia, Deputy Director (T), Minto Ete OSD (RUSA), M.Bam,
Architect, Education Engineering Wing, SDO Gyati Taji, EAC Akon Regon and panchayat
leaders were present on the occasion.
Rashtriya Ucchatar Shiksha Abhiyan is a centrally sponsored scheme launched in 2013
which aims at providing strategic funding to eligible state with higher educational
Preparations on for Aarti Mahotsava
PASIGHAT, Jan 10: Preparations are afoot to conduct first ever Sarvajanik ‘Aarti
Mahotsava’ at Komolighat of Siang river near here on the occasion of Makar Sankaranti
on January 15.
The organizing committee is working day and night to give a new look to the area
by cleaning the riverbank.
The four-day festival is being organized under the initiative of Makpak Peyang, a
Councilor of Pasighat Municipality, with an estimated cost of Rs 50 lakhs.
Councilor Peyang, who is overseeing the preparation works informed that 30 pundits
from different Indian communities have been invited to perform Aarti puja.
Councilor Peyang is optimistic that the Siang river basin at Pasighat will become
a place for exchanging ideas and feelings among people of the country besides fostering
unity and integrity.
He appealed to all sections of the society irrespective of their caste, creed and
religious affiliation to join the festival.
A reception committee has also been constituted with East Siang Deputy Commissioner
as chief patron and Municipal councilor Makpak Peyang as organizing secretary for
smooth conduct of the festival.
The organizers are expecting participation of around 50,000 people from across the
The local people have demanded the local administration to ensure peaceful conduct
of the celebration by making elaborate security arrangement during the festival.
‘Longding is a peaceful district’
ITANAGAR, Jan 10: Longding Pumao MLA Thangwang Wangham has said that Longding is
a peaceful district and there is no major law and order problem so far. He was reacting
to the statement of a student’s union.
When asked about the allegations of improper monitoring of the scheme under MLALAD
fund, Wangham, who is also the civil aviation minister, said that schemes are being
monitored and implemented properly.
He also urged the students to cooperate with the administration in ILP checking.
Regarding alleged exorbitant price rice in essential commodities, the MLA further
said that grievances if any should be placed before the District Consumer Forum under
Consumer Protection Act.
Meanwhile, the senior Congress leader of Longding Tingjem Wangsu refuted the allegations
leveled against Longding Deputy Commissioner by the Longding District Students' Union
Saying that the allegations are not based on merit and records, Wangsu, who is also
president of Longding Block Congress Committee said that the law and order situation
is under control and district police and executive magistrates are in action for
effective ILP checking. Payment of compensation and re-survey of complaints of affected
land owners will be completed soon, Wangsu said.
While clarifying various other points raised by the union, the Congress leader further
said that a committee has already been doing its job regarding fixation of market
price. Regarding improper monitoring of schemes under MLALAD fund, Wangsu said that
schemes under MLALAD are implemented in the district as per Govt guidelines.