ITANAGAR, Mar 20: BJP has announced its second list of candidates, including that
for the prestigious Itanagar constituency, for the April 9 assembly elections in
The list of 17 candidates was cleared by BJP Central Election Committee, chaired
by party's national president Rajnath Singh at New Delhi yesterday, Party spokesman
Techi Necha said in Itanagar today.
Former Congress minister Atum Welly has been named as the candidate for Pakke-Kessang
constituency in East Kameng district, while youth leader Tame Phassang for the Itanagar
Nabam Tade will contest from Sagalee, the constituency of Chief Minister Nabam Tuki,
while former ministers Roding Pertin, T L Rajkumar and Thajam Aboh have been nominated
as party candidates for Dambuk, Khonsa East and Khonsa West, respectively.
Other candidates include, Lhakpa Tsering (Dirang), Dorjee Khandu Thungon (Kalaktang),
Tai Chiji (Nyapin), Lompak Paksok (Dumporijo), Tumke Bagra (Along West), Yumto Jini
(Along East), Kento Rina (Nari-Koyu), Malo Linggi (Roing), Chow Arina Manpoong (Namsai)
and Sira Ong Singpho (Bordumsa).
The party had earlier declared 36 candidates in its first list on March 16 last.
ITANAGAR, Mar 20: The State Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in a release clarified that
the party’s official candidate for the 28th Likabali (ST) Assembly constituency is
Gumke Riba. The party regretted for wrongly mentioning the name of Dr Nyada Mara
as the party’s candidate for that assembly constituency in earlier edition of this
ITANAGAR, Mar 20: The two Reading FC coaches, who are currently in Arunachal Pradesh
on a six months coaching/training programme, will conduct a football coaching camp
for players between 10-15 years age at RG Stadium, Naharlagun from March 24 to 29,
according to an Arunachal Pradesh Football Association release.
PPA candidate for Ziro-Hapoli announced
ITANAGAR, Mar 20: People’s Party of Arunachal (PPA) president Nikh Kamin has declared
Nani Opo as the party’s candidate for 17 - Ziro - Hapoli Assembly constituency for
the April nine Assembly election.
Meanwhile, the party in a release today clarified that the name of Dr Ijum Ado, the
party’s candidate for 31- Aalo East constituency has been wrongly published as Ijum
AAP fields candidate for Likabali
ITANAGAR, Mar 20: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Arunachal Pradesh unit has decided to field
Kiri Dini Bogum from 28 Likabali Assembly constituency. The party is likely to declare
some more candidates for assembly elections. Earlier, the AAP had announced the
name of Habung Payeng, former information Commissioner as candidate from 1-West Arunachal
Gurumurthy emphasizes on account maintenance by parties
AALO, Mar 20: The Central Expenditure Observer for six Assembly constituencies -
Aalo East, Aalo West, Rumgong, Liromoba, Likabali and Basar, Pradip Gurumurthy today
urged upon all Assistant Expenditure Observers, District Expenditure Monitoring Committee
Officers and Media Certification Monitoring Committee Officer to go through the ECI
guidelines to make the election smooth and hassle free.
While briefing on the roles of officers of various elections related committees in
a meeting at DC office here, he asked them to especially focus on maintenance of
prescribed registers and ensure that all political parties maintain their accounts
properly. Regarding illegal movement of cash, liquor or gifts in kind, Gurumurthy
asked all the officers to submit their reports daily basis even there is no seizure
of illegal materials or cash. DIPRO
Directives from tax and excise dept
ITANAGAR, Mar 20: All the bottling plants, bonders, wholesalers had been directed
to install CCTV camera in their respective premises on or before March 14. This
‘action points’ were taken up in a meeting held under the chairmanship of the Commissioner
Tax and Excise, GoAP with representatives of all liquor industries, bonders and officers
of tax and excise of headquarter on March 11 last in connection with the forthcoming
Parliamentary and Assembly elections in the state. Other directives of the concerned
department said “no unauthorized direct sale from manufacture/ bond to consumers,
important permit for importing liquor consignment from outside state and within state
to be restricted, limit of 6 bottles IMFL and 1 case of beer per head to consumer
be strictly enforced. All instructions already issued to Superintendent (Tax & Excise)
be complied with strictly in letter and spirit. DIPR
DC holds meeting with ANSU representatives
ITANAGAR, Mar 20: A meeting was held today in the office of Capital Complex Deputy
Commissioner Mige Kamki with the representatives of All Nyishi Students Union (ANSU)
in presence of Papum Pare DC Ashok Kumar and S.P. Kuruvilla, capital SP.
Kamki explained the enforcement of Model Code of Conduct and made it clear that it
was not the responsibility of the district administration to provide security for
student’s election except for maintenance of law and order around the venue. However,
in view of the ensuing Lok Sabha and Assembly elections, all orders, instructions,
guidelines and laws of ECI will apply wherever relevant, he said and advised students’
body to abide by election laws in force. DIPRO
Filing of nominations for simultaneous polls gains momentum
26 including three MP candidates file nominations
ITANAGAR, Mar 20: The filing of nominations for both Assembly and Parliamentary elections
gained momentum as 26 candidates including three candidates for Parliamentary elections
filed their nominations today for simultaneous elections in the state.
According to Nirvachan Bhawan sources, Ninong Ering, INC and Tapir Gao , BJP filed
their nominations for Arunachal East constituency, while Kiren Rijiju BJP filed
his nomination from Arunachal West.
For Assembly elections, former minister Atum Welly, (BJP) filed his nominations from
Pakke-Kessang, while former Chief Minister Jarbom Gamlin (INC) filed nominations
Other Congress candidates who filed nominations are- Phurpa Tsering, (Dirang), Nabam
Rebia (Doinmukh), Gojen Gadi (Basar), Tatung Jamoh (Pasighat West), Bosiram Siram
(Pasighat East), Gum Tayeng (Dambuk), Karikho Kri (Tezu), Chow Tewa Mein (Chowkham),
Zingnu Namchoom (Namsai), Chowna Mein (Lekang), Phosum Khimhun (Changlang South),
Thinghaap Taiju (Changlang North), Newlai Tingkhatra (Kanubari) and Thangwang Wangham
BJP candidates Gandhi Sakrinsow filed nominations from Thrizino-Buragaon, Japu Deru
from Bomdila, Ngurang Pinch from Doimukh, Tapen Siga from Daporijo and Bai Gadi
NCP candidate Taba Nirmali filed nominations from Yachuli, while PPA candidate Wanglam
Sawin filed nomination papers from Khonsa East.
LS poll candidates to have open debate session
ITANAGAR, Mar 20: In an endeavor to create awareness among the denizens on election
manifesto's of various political party and leaders, for the first time in the state,
the Association of Democratic Reforms (ADR) headed by State Coordinator, Arunachal
Election Watch, Dr Nani Bath in collaboration with Arunachal Civil Societies(ACS)
a registered NGO is going to organize an open debate session ‘Know your Leaders’
on March 30 next at Banquet hall for all the contesting candidates of Parliamentary
elections, informed, Member ADR cum Assistant Professor(RGU), David Gao.
Addressing the media persons at Arunachal Press Club yesterday, Gao informed that
the ADR was established in 1999 by a group of professors from the Indian Institute
of Management (IIM) Ahmedabad. ADR is non-governmental organizations that analyze
and evaluate every election process, including the profile and information on
assets of every contesting candidate. The initiative taken by both ADR and ACS is
a beginning towards the new era of representative democracy in the state, he said.
Speaking on the occasion, ACS Chairman Patey Tayum informed that the debate would
be open for every political party or any candidate who are going to participate
in the ensuing parliamentary election. The platform will be helpful not only to leaders
but also to the general public to know about their candidates and their approach
before the election, he said adding bureaucrats, Scientist, entrepreneurs, Social
workers, and academicians will also interact with the candidates.
Saying that election manifestos play a vital role in any election for the party and
also for the concerned leader, ADR member, Jimsi Tassar, who is assistant professor
of Arunachal Law Academy, said “during the session people will not only take note
or analyze the manifestos of those candidates or party but ADR and ASC will also
urge them to put some vital issue on women, social, education and others to be
enlisted in their list, which have been scrutinized after proper consultation with
all the apex body of various CBOs.
Besides ADR members and Chairman ACS P Tayum, Vice- Chairman, Arunachal Civil society
(ACS), Karge Bassar also spoke on the occasion.
Large quantity of INC flags, liquor, CGI sheets seized
ITANAGAR, Mar 20: The Flying Squads along with police personnel today seized large
quantity of liquor, cash and other materials from various parts of state.
In Capital Complex, the City Police and Static Surveillance team along with CRPF
seized 79 bags containing 2,37,000 flags of Indian National Congress (INC) from Banderdewa
The flags were being carried in two separate trucks and each of 79 bag contained
3000 flags (Approx).
Vehicle checking was also carried out by City Police at different points in Capital
Complex area. A total of 126 vehicles were challaned for violation of various sections
of MV Act and Rs.16,600 realized as fine from the traffic violators.
ROING: The flying squad team of Parbuk Administrative Circle led by Kamin Darang,
CO Parbuk raided several shops and vendors along the Meka - Shantipur road yesterday
evening. The team seized 144 quarter bottles, 2 half bottles, 14 full bottles of
IMFL and 96 Beer bottles and 8 beer cans from the shops who were selling it without
valid license. The seized items were videographed and deposited in the police station,
BOMDILA: The Static Surveillance Team (SST) this morning seized a total of 1400 pieces
of CGI sheets loaded on a truck entering the district at Bhalukpong, while police
personnel seized 9 Daos and 12 bottles of liquor in Thrizino-Buragaon area.
The Town Magistrate and Superintendent Tax & Excise along with the police today sealed
4 Wine Shops in district headquarters Bomdila for non-compliance in installing of
CCTV cameras. CHANGLANG: The flying squads and police personnel have seized total
cash amount of Rs. 1, 22, 500 and liquor 922.825 Ltrs worth Rs. 1, 19, 856 only in
different locations of Changlang district so far.
TEZU: Excise officer with Magistrate and police personnel today conducted surprise
raid at Alubari Ghat, Gohain Gaon, Digaru, BRTF Camp, TCP, Airfield Area, and in
hotels and restaurants around Tezu and seized 133 IMFL bottles, 48 beer bottles,
11 acne beer bottles. While checking at Salangam and Cement Factory area at Tezu,
Flying Squad Team seized 41 beer bottles, 17 IMFL bottles and 24 bottles of Bacardi
In the meantime, Lohit District Election Officer Dr. B.M. Mishra has appealed all
the citizens of Lohit District to refrain from taking any bribe and in case, anybody
offers any bribe or is having knowledge about the bribe or cases of threat/intimidation
of electors, then he should inform on the Toll Free Number 18003453606 of the 24x7
Complaint Redressal Cell of the District. DIPROs
UGC-funded workshop held
‘Choose a career by choice, not by compulsion’
ITANAGAR, Mar 20: Career Counselling Cell of Dera Natung Govt. College, Itanagar
organized a workshop on “How to Face Examination for Better Success” as well as on
“Various Career & Employment Opportunities” on March 19.
Speaking on the occasion, Secretary, Health and Family Welfare and Cultural Affairs
Indira Malo dwelt upon the topic Career in Civil Services, Health Services, Defence,
Corporate Sector & MNCs. She advised the aspirants to choose a career by choice,
not by compulsion. It should come from within and not imposed by parents or society.
She exhorted the aspirants of Civil Services examinations to be more serious and
sincere in their preparation as this is the most prestigious examination. She further
elaborated on huge employment opportunities in Health Services, Defence, Corporate
Sector & MNCs.
Dr. Joram Beda, Secretary, Department of Tourism shared his views on ‘How to Prepare
for Civil Services and other major Examinations’ conducted by UPSC as well as on
‘Career in Tourism & Hospitality Sector’. He cautioned the aspirants to be very careful
while choosing Civil Services as a career and that it must base on genuine aptitude
and interest through an honest introspection of one’s potentials and capabilities
otherwise an overestimation or wrong assessment of oneself may cause frustration
and may ruin one’s life. He advised aspirants to choose a career judiciously. He
emphatically pointed out that there is no short cut route to success. Hence, one
must prepare with utmost devotion, determination and sincerity paying good amount
of attention to development and proficiency of writing skill, which is essential
for cracking Civil Services or any Competitive examination. He further added that
there should be wise selection of optional because choosing correct optional helps
in boosting confidence and prospect of success. He also highlighted career opportunities
in Tourism & Hospitality Sector.
Dr. Joram Begi Director, Higher & Technical Education spoke on Career in Education
at state, Nation and Global level as well as various Government services and Banking
services. He comprehensively dealt with wide range of employment opportunities in
education at state, nation and global level terming it as one of the biggest employers
focusing at eligibility norms, requisite qualifications for recruitment of teachers
at different levels besides dealing with career in other Government services.
Giving tips on How to face examination? he advised students to remain cool, calm
Tomer Ete, Principal of the college spoke on How to Face RGU Examinations for Better
Success?.He patted the aspirants for their career-consciousness and also lauded the
endeavour and hard work done by the co-ordinator for the grand success of the programme.
Dr. S Khandu, Vice Principal of the College, spoke on How to Prepare for Entrance
Examinations of JNU, BHU, NEHU etc & Admission procedures for Master Degree programme.
Earlier in his welcome address Dr. M. Q. Khan , the co-ordinator of the Career Counseling
Cell appreciated the aspirants for their active and massive participation. He called
upon the aspirants to reap optimum benefits of the Free Intensive Coaching Programme
funded by the UGC. He further informed that the coaching on all components of General
Studies was conducted from 16th September to 6th November, 2013 while on General
English and other optional subjects, coaching held from 7th November onwards exclusively
for the aspirants of APPSCCE(Mains). While Coaching for another batch for the post
of junior grade officials on complete syllabus of General English, Elementary Mathematics,
Reasoning, General Studies etc has been going on since 3rd January, 2014.
Hundreds of aspirants and a host of teachers attended the programme. All the resource
persons and the coordinator answered to the various queries, doubts and confusions
raised by several aspirants during the programme.
BJP projects a wave of change in state
ITANAGAR, Mar 20: “Now the wave of change amongst the electorates is smoothly sailing
across the country; and is more positively indicating in the state for a progressive
and secured Arunachal” said state BJP president Tai Tagak while addressing the press
persons at BJP city Office this evening.
Earlier, the state BJP president was addressing the party workers at the office premise
officially disclosing the party’s candidature to Tame Phassang for the 13th Itanagar
Assembly Constituency and specified that Arunachal Pradesh is an isolated state with
lack of development. “We need an expansion and extension of development through emotional
communication with a true political will”.
Itanagar and its adjoining cities as a capital of the state indicate certain parameters
of development in the state. Hence, utility of available fund and resources for development
and controlling of corruption must be taken care of by any public representative
and must ensure a sense of security amongst the local residents, opined party candidate
for Itanagar, Tame Phassang while addressing the supporters at the occasion.
Phassang further expressed the need of subways for smooth movement of traffic in
the state capital. “State has yet to mechanize a sub plan for the capital cities”
Meanwhile, responding to the questions of media persons, Tagak said that “the assembly
was dissolved in a midnight exercise and the current political chaos is a result
of this midnight exercise.”
“Why Raj Bhawan could not communicate the people of the state whether there is a
care taker government, why 144 CrPC is required in every places of the state, whether
the state is kept under President Rule or not, people want to know all these queries,”
he further questioned.
Among others, Party Vice President cum spokesperson Techi Necha, city BJP president
Tarh Tarak besides the party candidate Tame Phassang were present on the occasion.
The Way Ahead: Multi Media and e-Modular Leaning at ODL
RONO Hills, Mar 20: The Institute of Distance Education, Rajiv Gandhi University
organized a two-day workshop on March 19 & 20. Looking at the need to expand the
ways of teaching in the distance mode, “The Way Ahead: Multi Media and e-Modular
Leaning at ODL”, was designed as a workshop to introduce the concepts of the new
methods of teaching that are fast becoming the preferred choice amongst the learners.
The workshop intended to impart basic training to contributors of IDE in development
of educational multi media products and innovate the teaching-learning process for
In his inaugural address at the conference hall of the RGU Dr. Ashan Riddi, Director,
IDE expressed that it is very important for the state to meet the international standards
and for this new areas should be explored. He hoped that the workshop would be the
first step towards this vision.
RGU Vice Chancellor (i/c) Prof. K C Kapoor addressing the gathering, emphasized on
the new approaches of learning and more specifically modular approach. He explained
the process of modular design and how the same can minimize the distance between
teacher and student in the ODL mode. ‘Modular approach will bring revolution in leaning’
he stated as the learners play an active role in this method of teaching.
Dr. Ankuran Dutta, Program Officer, CEMCA and a Resource Person for the workshop
also spoke on the occasion. Dr. Anamika Ray, Assistant Professor, Dep’t of Mass Communication,
Guwahati University, Resource person for technical session was also present.
The inaugural session was followed by technical sessions. Dr. Dutta took first session
on ‘Recent trends in Open and Distance Learning’. Dr. Anamika Ray conducted the second
technical session on ‘Educational Audio Material Production. The final session on
day one was on ‘Educational Video/Multimedia Production’. On day two, Moyir Riba,
Assistant Professor, IDE and workshop director conducted the technical sessions that
were divided into content development, production and postproduction. Technical support
to the workshop was extended by the dep’t of mass communication, RGU. The outcomes
of the workshop were two educational audio tools and two educational videos.
Successive Govts failed to address problems of Pasighat West
RUKSIN, Mar 20: So many elections have gone and leaderships changed, but the perennial
problems of Ruksin area under Pasighat-West constituency remained unsolved. Even
though successive state governments have spent huge amount of fund in Ruksin area,
but the benefits of development is yet to reach the densely populated villages under
Basic amenities, including rural road connectivity, water supply, improved technologies
in agriculture and allied sectors are still eluding the rural areas spreading in
three circles Ruksin, Bilat and Sille-Oyan.
Ruksin area located at vulnerable inter-state border with Assam is still lagging
far behind other places in development front, which is causing a great deal of dissatisfaction
amongst the people. The senior citizens of the area have blamed their elected MLAs
and MPs for showing utter negligence towards development of the most important inter-state
Renovation of 14 km Mirem-Mikong-Jonai (MMJ)) road, functioning of the Industrial
Growth Centre at Niglok, establishment of full-fledge BDO office at Ruksin HQ, construction
of drain in Ruksin township, functioning of Gram Panyayat offices, improvement of
health care service in local hospitals and establishment of a fire brigade at Ruksin
are some of the many long pending public demands, which the elected leaders have
miserably failed to deal with.
Locals said though there is an SDO office at Ruksin, a lot of Sub-divisional offices
are yet to be set up and this is forcing the common people to go to Pasighat for
official works like payment of treasury challan, obtaining necessary documents like
Permanent Resident Certificate (PRC), Caste Certificates etc.
Locals opine that the much-hyped MMJ road and other rural development issues are
related to the winning prospect of an MLA contesting from Pasighat-West constituency.
“Indifferent role of the elected MLAs have made our life miserable. Time has now
come to elect the candidate, who can assure a time-bound action plan for solving
our perennial problems”, the local citizens avowed.
NHPC distributes scholarships worth Rs 47.22 lakh to 579 students
ITANAGAR, Mar 20: NHPC’s Subansiri Lower Project today distributed scholarship amongst
579 students drawn from various schools in project vicinity under its Corporate Social
Responsibility- Sustainable Development (CSR-SD) Scheme. Scholarships worth about
Rs 47.22 lakhs were distributed among the students from 44 schools out of which 39
schools were from Lakhimpur and Dhemaji districts of Assam and five from West Siang
and Lower Subansiri districts of Arunachal Pradesh.
The scholarships ranging from Rs 6,000 to Rs 12,000 were awarded by Rakesh, Executive
Director of Subansiri Lower Project at a glittering function organized at Gerukamukh
complex of the project which was attended by the guardians and teachers of the recipients
besides other senior officers of NHPC and local administrations.
Speaking on the occasion, Rakesh reiterated NHPC’s commitment towards bringing all
round development in the nearby areas of its operations. He stressed on the need
for better education for a healthy and prosperous society. He expressed his willingness
for providing every help to the students in their quest for pursuing higher education.
Most of the recipients of this year’s scholarships were also the beneficiaries in
the previous year when scholarships worth approximately Rs 40 lakhs were distributed
amongst 532 students. The students are selected based on their economic background
and their educational performance in the preceding years duly verified by respective
On the occasion, Ronel Kumar, GM (HR), Anurag Srivastava,GM (Civil) and GK Singh,
Chief (HR) also addressed the gathering.
Capacity building prog on biotechnology
ITANAGAR, Mar 20: A four day’s capacity building programme on “Methods in Molecular
Biology” started at College of Horticulture & Forestry, Central Agricultural University,
Pasighat in the Department of Basic Science and Humanities under Institutional Biotechnology
The objective of training programme is to refresh the faculty members and research
scholars of different domains of agriculture, horticulture and allied disciplines
by creating biotechnological awareness and popularizing the biotechnological knowhow
among the scientists, researchers and faculty.
In his inaugural speech, Dr. A K Pandey, Dean, College of Horticulture & Forestry,
CAU, Pasighat discussed about the role of Biotechnology in country’s fight against
food and nutritional security giving examples of golden rice and green revolution.
He urged the scientists of the different departments to use the biotechnological
tools and techniques for production of quality planting material.
27 participants, including, faculty members, scientists of All India Coordinated
Research Projects, Project Fellows and Research Scholars, from different Department
of College of Horticulture & Forestry are attending the training.
In his key note address, course director Siddhartha Singh lightened the objectives
of the four days training programme as well as the mandates of establishing Biotech
Hubs in NE Region and importance of biotechnology tools in diversity analysis.
All the faculty members, technical staff of the College of Horticulture & Forestry,
Pasighat were present in the inaugural programme.
The training is sponsored by the Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science
& Technology, Government of India.
After a hectic parley, the miffed BJP patriarch LK Advani this evening agreed to
contest election from Gandhinagar parliamentary constituency. Earlier report had
indicated that Advani wanted to contest from Bhopal and was unhappy with the decision
of BJP parliamentary board to nominate him from Gandhinagar. Such was his intensity
of anger that many senior leaders including BJP Prime Ministerial nominee Narendra
Modi, Sushma Swaraj, Arun Jaitley and Nitin Gadkari meet him to placate veteran leader.
Though BJP may claim that it is internal matter of party and that all is well, but,
incident clearly shows the deep division among senior leaders. The Advani camp still
does not seem convinced with working style of PM Nominee Narendra Modi. Despite,
best effort by PR team of party, the differences between Advani and Modi camp always
crops up in public arena causing immense embarrassment to party. With election just
few days away, BJP will have to first fight internal wrangling before taking on electoral
battle. If party is not able to contain internal fight, it may have serious repercussion
and perhaps may cost BJP badly in the parliamentary election.
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