BOMDILA, Apr 29: Arunachalee pugilists grabbed 7 medals, including 3 gold, on the
penultimate day of the 25th North East Games here today.
Out of the five finalists, three pugilists won gold while two had to content with
silver medal. Kumar Beyong won the yellow metal in Mens’ 52 kg Fly-weight category
while Lakeeya Soibam and H Tonibala Chanu struck Gold in 57kg feather and 51 kg Fly-weight
Dani Tamang and Y Jibanilata Devi lost their final bouts and had to content with
Silver medal in 81 kg Light heavy-weight and 54kg Bantam weight category respectively.
Semifinalists Rajiv Wangsa and Lopsang Tashi bagged Bronze in Light Welter weight
(64 kg) and Welter kg (69) categories.
RD and Panchayati Raj Minister Takar Marde gave away the medals to the winner of
boxing at Buddha Stadium Bomdila. He will also be the chief guest of the closing
ceremony of the Games tomorrow.
In Archery, Bipin Singh clinched the Gold in Men’s individual Olympic round while
the quartet of A Suraj Singh, Bipin Singh, Ashok Biswas and Doi Riba won the Men’s
team Olympic round. Genung Tekseng, Sorang Mami, Maselo Mihu and Lide Loye won bronze
in Women’s team Olympic round while Sorang Mami in Women’s individual Olympic round.
In Wushu events held at Rupa, Arunachal team bagged a total of 5 Gold, 10 Silver
and equal numbers of Bronze medals in Taolu while 3 Silver and 7 Bronze medals came
from Sanshou. Kishani Chetiya, Jema Brama, A Basumatory and L R Devi won Gold in
individual events while S Y Chanu and Padmini in dual event.
Recommendations on Chakma-Hajong refugee issue kept unheeded
The Confidential Report on Chakma-Hajong Refugee (CHR) problem of Arunachal Pradesh
2007 submitted to the Chief Minister in 2007 reveals how the State Government has
locked such sensitive issue in a cold storage even after the 10 points recommendation
put forth by the core committee on its 15 page report on CHR problems.
The 10 points recommendation was propounded 4 years ago, before the M’Pen Riots,
before the encroachment of reserve forest and community land by the CHR in such colossal
By going through the recommendation we will find that the laxity and irresponsible
act by the state Govt has led the CHR issue to such enigmatic proportion. If the
state Govt had only acted to the recommendation then perhaps the CHR issue would
had amicable conclusion by now.
The following are the 10 points recommendation made by cabinet committee on the 15
pages report that was headed by Finance Minister Setong Sena, the then Speaker of
Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly along with Nabam Tuki, Kipa Babu, Ngurang
Pinch, Kamlung Mossang, Chowna Mein, Karikho Kri, Chow Tewa Mein, Chow Pinthika
Namchoom, C C Singpho, Phosum Khimhoon, and Wangnia Pongte as its core members.
1. It transpires from the interaction/proceeding that there no apparent objection
on granting of Indian Citizenship to CHR in conformity with the Rules/Acts and Constitutional
provisions by the Govt. of India (GoI), but no land possession/settlement right be
given to these refugees in the state of Arunachal Pradesh without previous approval
of the State Government in terms of Bengal Eastern Frontier Regulation Act, (BEFRA)
2. To revive the Core Committee of CHR imbroglio headed by Chief Minister of Arunachal
Pradesh the committee also suggests that the State Government pursue the GoI for
constitution of tripartite committee consisting of Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh, representatives
of CH and GoI to be headed by a Central Minister of Ministry of Home Affairs, GoI
to discuss and decide all this vexed CHR issue and find out an acceptable solution.
3. The committee also suggests issue of inner line permit to CHR in accordance with
the BEFRA 1873.
4. The committee also suggests for creation of a separate department to deal with
the refugees and interstate boundary issues.
5.The committee is also of the view that the state should conduct a special survey
on CH inhabited areas to find out the exact number of CHR inhabitants as on date
and also settled during 1964 to 1969 and illegal migrants thereafter. While conducting
special survey, the state machinery be asked to prepare dossiers of each CH family,
their originally allotment and present occupied area and present status of those
land and pending court cases if any.
6.In order to protect the political interest of the indigenous people of Arunachal
Pradesh it is suggested that steps may be taken so that lone general assembly constituency
is not earmarked in the CH inhabited area
7. Steps may be taken to evict the unauthorized CHR from the various reserve forest
areas in accordance with the provisions of various forest acts and laws and also
to pursue Court for vacation of interim relief given to CH in the form of stay.
8. As demanded by the AAPSU, all criminal cases pending against the former/present
students in connection with the agitation against the CHR should be withdrawn/closed
by the government.
9.The committee is of the opinion that an acceptable solution has to be tuned rather
than keeping this vexed problem pending for decades. Therefore, the committee is
of the opinion that these CHR be confined to original settlement areas and be placed
under administrative control of an ADC. And following further course of action to
be initiated are recommended herewith
• The original settlement areas be demarcated on ground by erecting CC pillars fencing
and also be notified through Arunachal Pradesh Gazette to avoid any future legal
• The original settlement areas could be leased out for certain period and can be
renewed subject to their satisfactory performance in maintenance of peace and other
etc. but no permanent possession right on the land be given to CHR. While doing so,
the practice being followed in case of Pvt/PSU like plywood factories, industries,
NEEPCO, NHPC, OIL/Coal/SEZ sectors etc, could be followed.
• The GoI to provide special financial package for creation of infrastructures including
rehabilitation grant and clear assurance for continued budgetary allocation for maintenance
to meet up recurring expenditure for settlement area.
• Even if they (CH) are declared as Indian citizens by GOI these refuges shall have
to remain as non-APST and under any circumstance, no repeat, no APST status be given
for any purpose.
• These CH shall have no right to purchase/possess any immovable property outside
notified settlement area in terms of section 7 of BEFRA, 1873.
• Inconformity with BEFRA, 1873, the Chin Hills Regulations, 1896, shall automatically
govern these CH people. (The writer can be reached at [email protected])
North East Regional Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference
Evolve a common strategy to enhance regional tourism: Governor
ITANAGAR, Apr 29: Arunachal Pradesh Governor Gen JJ Singh urged upon the members
of North East Regional Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (NERCPA) to evolve
a common strategy to enhance regional tourism through tourist packages involving
different states of the North East region. It should be evolved in such a way that
people of the region derive socio-economic benefit out of it. Governor Gen Singh
said this while addressing the closing function of the 13th annual conference of
the NERCPA here today.
NERCPA been successful in getting several Restricted Area Permit procedures exempted
to harness the potential of its unique cultural heritage, its pristine environment
and to develop tourism in the region, the Governor observed. Singh, however, quoting
First Prime Minister of India Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru’s remarks, said “we have to
ensure that development is not forced on the people. It should be at a pace which
they can absorb.” Our citizens should be active partners in the growth process,
Gen Singh said to the members of Parliaments and State legislators of the region.
Stating that the most important task of a legislature in a democratic regime is to
give legitimacy to the government by providing representation to the citizenry, Governor
said, the Legislatures are the strongest pillar of the Indian democracy and we all
want this institution to be further strengthened. Legislatures represent a permanent
and independent link between the populace and the government. As people’s representative,
whatever decision you take should be with an ultimate aim of ensuring that the fruits
of development reach the poorest and the most down-trodden sections of the society,
he added. No development in any form is possible without full support and ownership
of initiatives by the respective Members of Legislative Assemblies. However, once
we have that, development will be sustainable and we will be able to meet the objectives
we set for ourselves. For that we have to ensure equality amongst the stakeholders
and also ensure their right to influence and right to control. It will help in pin-pointing
responsibility, increase motivation and enhance team work and productivity and instill
strong commitment in all, Governor said.
Governor hoped that NERCPA, as it has been in the past, will continue to promote
knowledge on constitutional law amongst the people of the region and also further
strengthen the time-honoured traditions of parliamentary democracy.
Touching on the achievements of the association, Governor pointed that it is due
to the initiative of NERCPA that the Guwahati Airport has become a full-fledged International
Airport and named as Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport, after one of the most
revered leaders of the Northeast region. The Association’s stress on improvement
and opening of trade routes including Pangsau Pass in Arunachal Pradesh will have
a direct and positive impact for the North-Eastern region by fully exploiting the
potential of the Look East Policy, he said. Opening of connectivity routes like the
historic Stillwell road, which I have been strongly advocating, will provide huge
opportunities for boosting trade and commerce activities in the whole northeast region.
As timber would be the main item of import from Myanmar, this would also help revive
many of our wood-based industries, especially of Assam, Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh
which had to be shut down following the Apex Court’s restrictions on timber operations
in 1996. Governor also mentioned that increase in flow of central funds to the whole
North-Eastern region and establishment of a unique institution called North East
Regional Institute of Parliamentary Studies, Training and Research in Dispur in Assam
are some of the other important achievements of the association.
Underscoring the importance of financial autonomy of the Legislative Assembly Secretariat,
Governor said, financial autonomy of the Legislative Assembly Secretariat is absolutely
mandatory. It will help the State Legislatures to achieve confidence, ability, freedom
and supremacy to run a Legislature in accordance with constitutional provisions.
But, he added, we should try and evolve a national consensus on the issue before
a final decision is taken, otherwise there can be confusion.
On NERCPA members’ proposal to hold a Regional Seminar on Legislature Audit Interface,
Governor pointed that such seminars will definitely help in ensuring speedy disposal
of audit paras and suggest ways and means to do it within a fixed time frame.
Earlier, in his welcome address, Chairman of NERCPA Charles Pyngrope, Meghalaya Legislative
Assembly Speaker congratulated the delegates and participants for their thought proving
discussion and debate. The conference has delved into the relationships between the
Legislature and the Constitutional Audit, he informed.
Expressing gratefulness to Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar, Pyngrope said, her presence
has enhanced the prestige and importance of the conference.
Deputy Speaker of Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly Tapang Taloh also spoke
on the occasion.
NERCPA Vice Chairman, Wanglin Lowangdong, Speaker, Arunachal Pradesh Legislative
Assembly, NERCPA Secretary Gauranga Prasad Das, Principal Secretary, Assam Legislative
Assembly, Speakers of Assam, Mizoram, Nagaland & Sikkim, Deputy Speakers of Meghalaya,
Mizoram, Sikkim & Arunachal Pradesh, Parliamentary Secretaries, MPs, MLAs and Secretaries
of Nagaland, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Sikkim & Arunachal Pradesh along with other guests
and invitees were present on the occasion. (PRO, Raj Bhawan)
Awareness camp marks
World Veterinary Day
ITANAGAR, Apr 29: A team of veterinary doctors have conducted free vaccination cum
live stock treatment programme at Jote – Poma area in Papum Pare district as a part
of World Veterinary Day celebration today.
The team visited various villages under Jote-Poma to create awareness against various
emerging live stock disease and offered free treatment and vaccination to around
150 live stock on the first day of the programme.
The veterinary doctors will continue its programme and conduct live stock disease
awareness camp at Poma on April 30. ZMP Nabam Sukia will attend the awareness
camp as chief guest. Veterinary director Hage Tabin is also expected to participate.
Meanwhile, veterinary department has appealed the live stock owners of Poma area
to avail the opportunity of free live stock treatment and vaccination camp.
The World Veterinary Day is being celebrated with two –day programme by Arunachal
Pradesh Veterinary Association (APVA) in collaboration with department of Animal
Husbandry and Veterinary.
Pawan Hans to deploy two
new choppers soon
By Staff Reporter
ITANAGAR, Apr 29: Pawan Hans Helicopter Services limited (PHHL) will soon press into
service two new choppers in land-locked Arunachal Pradesh.
The orders for the two 24-seater MI-172 new helicopters have already been placed
and expected to be delivered by December next, PHHL Executive Director Sanjiv Bahl
disclosed here today.
“Ensuring comfortable flying with all safety parameters to the people is our prime
concern”, Bahl said during an interaction with media at Hotel Arun Subansiri here.
Denying long service period of the chopper as the factor responsible for the mishap,
Mahal claimed that even choppers prior to 90s are still giving excellent service
because of proper maintenance. He, however, did not ruled out possibility of human
errors in the tragedy.
Bahl accompanied by R P S Mahal and Deepak Kapoor, general managers (Operation and
Engineering) arrived here last evening to instill confidence among the people in
the aftermath of April 19 tragic chopper crash at Tawang, which claimed 17 innocent
lives and injured 6 others.
The PHHL had to face public as well as government‘s ire after the crash. The Pawan
Hans authority was held responsible for tragedy.
PHHL officials expressed its gratitude to the state Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu
for positive approach towards their new assurance. PHHL executive director revealed
that they assured state chief minister for better and safety service of chopper during
their meeting at Guwahati yesterday. The PHHL further informed they appealed the
state government for the better fire safety service at every heliport. The PHHL team
are likely to visit every heliport in the state to study the safety measure.
The PHHL under its cooperate social responsibility is contemplating to undertake
various activities including training on cutting, tailoring, beauty parlour and computer
education for the illiterate youths of the state including financial assistance for
education of the weaker section.
“We are seeking name of ten students from the state to promote awareness of helicopter
operation and maintenance among them and all the expenses for their week –long stay
at Mumbai will be bear by us”, the executive director added.
‘Culture and religion are inseparable’
ITANAGAR, Apr 29: The Indigenous Faith & Cultural Society of Arunachal Pradesh (IFCSAP)
youth wing said that culture cannot be separated from religion as culture comes from
religion and the culture of a tribe or community is based on religion. The IFCSAP
Youth Wing was reacting to the statement of Power Minister Jarbom Gamlin during his
Mopin festival at Gemo village in West Siang district on April 20 last. The Minister
reportedly advocated that religion and culture are two different entities and advised
the people not to mix them.
Terming the statement of Gamlin as unfortunate, IFCSAP youth wing general secretary
Nyamo Doje in a release today maintained that religion cannot be separated from culture.
During the festivals the priest performs religious activities like rituals while
ponung dance is a cultural activity performed during Mopin, he claimed.
Expert team impressed with biodiversity conservation activities in Apatani valley
ITANAGAR, Apr 29: An expert team of National Biodiversity Authority, Chennai on Biodiversity
Management Committee has conducted three days visit to Apatani valley from April
26 to 28 last.
The team included Dr. G Ramachandran, Chairperson, Expert committee on BMC, K S.
Sugura, Member Secretary, Karnataka Biodiversity Board, G Sai Prakash, Conservator
of Forests, Maharashtra, Dr. V. A. Nambi, Principal Scientist, Biodiversity, M.S.
Swaminathan Research Foundation, Chennai, Dr. P. Chaudhry, Director SFRI cum, Member
Secretary, Arunachal Pradesh Biodiversity Board, Itanagar and Dr. K.P. Raghuram,
Technical Officer, National Biodiversity Authority, Chennai.
Expressing satisfaction over the interest shown by the people of Apatani Valley in
conserving Biodiversity in a meeting held with biodiversity activists at Ziro on
April 27, Dr. G. Ramachandran assured that the committee would recommend the suggestions
of the activists to National Biodiversity Authority for necessary action.
Responding to their queries, Dr. P. Chaudhry, informed that the Arunachal Pradesh
(Biodiversity) Rules, 2010 are likely to be notified by the State Government soon
and the formation of Biodiversity Management Committees in all the villages of the
state will be initiated once the Rules are notified.
Earier, Rubu Buker, Chairman, Nature Care and Disaster Management Society, Ziro,
narrated the activities initiated by his Society to mobilize the people of Apatani
Valley for biodiversity conservation.
Lower Subansiri Deputy Commissioner Nila Mohanan stressed the need of preparing peoples’
Participating the discussion session of the meeting, representatives from different
villages requested the visiting team to provide technical and financial support to
the biodiversity activists.
A poster on Biodiversity entitled “Our Biodiversity Our Wealth” prepared by Dr. Kenjum
Bagra, Research Officer, Arunachal Pradesh Biodiversity Board was also released on
The meeting ended with distribution of saplings of Taxus wallichiana and Michelia
champaca by the visiting dignitaries as a part of GOI-UNDP-CCF-II Project being run
by G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and Development, NE Unit, Itanagar.
UPA achievement rally on May 2
PASIGHAT, Apr 29: The Education Minister Bosiram Siram today informed that the Congress
functionaries are preparing to organize a mega rally/public meeting on May 2 next
at Pasighat to make aware the common people about the achievements of the state Congress
government and the UPA government at Centre. He was attending a meeting with the
DC, SP, HODs and local leaders at the Siang Guest House conference hall.
Both the state and union governments are committed to enhance the welfare and well-being
of common citizens, Siram claimed. The state Congress party under the leadership
of Dorjee Khandu and UPA at the centre came to power to translate the mandate of
the people with clean agenda of governance, he added.
The minister also informed that former MP Dr. Col. Dhaniram Sandil CWC member and
Sanjay Bapna, AICC General Secretary and state CM Dorjee Khandu, Home Minister Tako
Dabi, PWD minister Nabam Tuki and Dy. Speaker Tapang Taloh will also be present on
The CM will inaugurate BLT road and all the dignitaries will visit the construction
site of Ayush and finally join the public meeting at the general ground. Taking privilege
Siram also informed that the turbines/machineries of Yambung hydel will be completely
replaced immediately to provide uninterrupted power supply to the Pasighatians.
Early this morning the minister accompanied by the SP Alok Kumar, HODs and BCCI President
Tobuk Dai visited all the places to chalk out final plan for the rally. DIPRO
NSUI chalks out strategies
ITANAGAR, Apr 29: National Students’ Union of India state unit and college units
in its developmental meeting held here today chalked out strategies to strengthen
the organization in the state.
Addressing the meeting, National Secretary Taranga Gogoi said that NSUI is a strong
student organization in the country; it works for the development of North Eastern
States at Centre.
He appealed to the students of Arunachal Pradesh to take active participation in
state unit NSUI activities for the greater interest of students’ community and development
of the state as a whole.
NSUI state unit president Kafa Bagang urged the National Secretary to initiate IInd
Phase NSUI election in remaining districts and colleges to strengthen the NSUI in
What did they do with our money?
On dated 18th April 2011, we on behalf of Kargu Kardi Student’s Union (KKSU) had
alleged the Water Resource Department, Basar Division of mismanagement of fund allocated
in the financial year 2010-11. We had stated that an amount of Rupees 64.00 lakhs(approx)
was allocated in the Tirbin, Yomcha and Kamba section under the WRD Sub Division
Aalo, out of which only an amount of Rupees 30.00 lakhs (approx) has been used to
pay the outstanding bills of the MIP/MIC contactors. It was distributed in such a
way that it was insufficient even to meet the half the amount of the bill of a contractor
and we also appealed the concern department to reflect the use of such huge amount
of fund in the white paper rather than to keep the common people in confusion.
The mentioned department has out rightly violated the AOP provision in 2010-11 fiscal
years by not making payment to the contractors accordingly. In spite of our demand,
the department has failed to show any kind of explanation so far.
We once again appeal the RWD Basar division for the white paper reflection and let
the public know how the fund allocated was used without clearing the outstanding
bills of two to three years or more.
In addition to that, we would like to appeal for the early completion of all the
PMGSY Schemes going on in our jurisdiction. So far most of the works are going in
a very slow face and the half constructed roads are adding the trouble for the public
of the concerned area. It has been learnt that the concerned department are extending
the duration of the work/project completion for reasons unknown to us. We appeal
the department not to further, extend the duration for the completion of the project
and let the work be completed on time and the defaulters should be dealt with accordingly.
Binya Ronya (President)
KKSU, (on email)
Towards safe driving
A passenger Bus, from Itanagar to Guwahati Bearing Regn. No.ARO4-2460 met with an
accident on 27/4/2011 at around 12pm to 1 am, about 30 kms away from Tezpur towards
Guwahati. But I do not see it reported in any local newspapers. About 6 people were
injured serious enough to be taken to the hospital by an ambulance which arrived
swiftly after about 25 minutes. Most of the passengers sustained minor injuries,
and I thank God that no one died in the incident.
It is immaterial whether it is reported in the newspaper or not. But the incident
provoked a serious thought in my mind about “safety”.
Many of us have a perception almost akin to superstition that; accidents are inevitable.
It is perceived as something pre-destined to happen where someone should die. It
is scary. We don’t care to ponder much as to why and how such accidents happens,
specially those involving many helpless passengers. After such incidents it is irritating
as well to question or be questioned why and how things happened; when one is shocked
and bearing the brunt of the outcome, which can be devastating. But the knowledge
definitely helps us in averting such accidents in the future.
Luxurious seat, video entertainments, air condition system and double suspension
comforts etc which are common these days are business hoodwinks to make us pay more,
they never make the traveling safe in any way.
In order to make mass commuting safer I seek to earnestly suggest the following points
which I believe is pragmatic, if we the consumers insist and if the appropriate authority
step in and address them.
Credentials of Drivers to be compulsorily posted, at least in the ticket counters
of every passenger ferrying parties, clarifying his experience in driving, fitness
to drive and specially about alcoholic habits which is very common among driver,
and a cause for many ghastly accidents.
Lives of passengers to be insured and accidents to be covered by appropriate insurance
Specific speed limit and appropriate stoppage to be designated as per requirement
of the journey.
No heavy luggage like brief cases and other lethal tools or substance, when accident
occurs be allowed inside the sitting area.
Mechanical fitness certification for every trip.
These few points came into my mind, when I evaluate the incident as a passenger of
that fateful Bus. We can not leave our lives in the hands of careless drivers, mechanical
deficiencies and the system the transporters go by. It is us only who can ensure
our safety. Let us always be discerning consumers and guarantee safe traveling. These
points and the like can be enforced by the APSTC, Town municipality, Transport Associations
or by any Consumers forum for the general be hoof. Let us do it.
Help us to fight against fire mishap
I on behalf of Dumporijo Town residents would like to draw a few lines in your daily
esteem regarding fire service. The people of Dumporijo are crying for better fire
service station. Because the present fire station situated in main Daporijo town
is 16 KM from away. When fire incident takes place at Dumporijo the fire service
team cannot reach in right time and by the time they reach the whole thing gets burnt
down. So Dumporijo need establishment of fire service station at the town to fight
any fire disaster in better way.
Therefore, I would like to appeal to the Pnachayat leaders, MLA of Dumporijo and
state government for kind cooperation for immediate establishment of Fire station
at Dumporijo town for safety of poor people.
All email and surface mails must be accompanied with contact numbers and full postal
address. Do keep writing but please make sure that letters are short and to the point.
Siram mourns Nyodu’s death
PASIGHAT, Apr 29: Education Minister Bosiram Siram has mourned the death of Tamar
Nyodu, Principal of Govt Higher Secondary School, Likabali, who breathed his last
at General Hospital, Naharlagun yesterday.
Late Nyodu is still within us and would be remembered for ever for his dedicated
services as a great academician, above all as good human being, the minister said
in his condolence message.
Siram prayed for his eternal peace of departed soul and strength to the bereaved
family at the time of sorrow. All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union (AAPSU) and Galo
Students Union (GSU) condoled the death of late Tamar Nyodu. Late Tamar leaves behind
3 sons and his wife.
AAPSU President Takam Tatung while expressing sympathy with bereaved family urged
student communities to remember contribution of late Tamar in education field. GSU
also prayed for eternal peace of departed soul.
State women football team to participate in national level C’ship
ITANAGAR, Apr 29: Arunachal Pradesh Women football team consisting of 22 members
including coach and team manager will participate in the 19th Senior National Women
Football Championship to be held at Bhilai, Chattisgarh. The championship which begins
on 25th April will end of 17th May.
Team is being lead by Tapor Maying, Dolang Oni and Kipa Bharat as manager, assistant
manager and coach respectively. Team Arunachal will play their first match on 3rd
of May against Haryana while their second match will be against host Chattisgarh
on 5th May.
Union slams NE games organizers
ITANAGAR, Apr 29: While the Arunchalee players are striving hard to grab more medals
in the ongoing North East games, All West Kameng Students Union slammed the organizers
of the games for its ‘poor management’.
The union president and general secretary in a joint press release alleged that the
organizers failed to provide vehicles to ferry the players in different venues of
the games. It claimed that many players are falling sick because of unhygienic food
and improper accommodation in this cold region. The union appealed to both the
state Govt and games organizers to be well-prepared before hosting such kind of mega
Awareness prog on women empowerment
ITANAGAR, Apr 29: Uku Una Welfare Society in collaboration with the union ministry
of Labour and Employment, will organize an awareness programme on women labour, rights
and empowerment at general ground Yupia on 1st May.
M Karga, district planning officer, Papum Pare and Gyamar Jeri, chairperson, Anchal
Samity member, Borum Panchayat will be chief guest and guest of honour respectively
for the day.
JAJD distribute 8th car under equity scheme
ITANAGAR, Apr 29: Jiyo Aur Jine Do, a micro financing empowerment organization has
delivered its 8th car to Bamang Yaha of Ganga village, Itanagar under its community
micro-saving promotion policy.
One of the Board members of the JAJD, H Aruni handed over the key to Yaha in a simple
function at its head office here today.
ITANAGAR, Apr 29: The All Papum Pare District Students’ Union (APPDSU) today said
that the controversy regarding the construction of mini indoor stadium at Sagalee
Govt Hr Sec School has been solved.
APPDSU president Nabam John in a release today said that it has obtained assurance
from the competent authorities that the stadium, after completion, will be handed
over to school authority and it will be used by students and staff of the school.
John appealed the students community and general public not to be confused on this
ITANAGAR, Apr 29: Unemployed Arunachalee Engineers’ Association (UAEA) has appealed
to the Arunachal Pradesh Engineers Service Association (APESA) and competent authority
of various engineering working departments not to allow deputation of service engineers
in any other engineering wing departments. The union said that such policy
of deputation deprives large number of unemployed engineers of job opportunities.
Annual Day of KV
ITANAGAR, Apr 29: Professor Tamo Mibang, vice-chancellor, Rajiv Gandhi University
and Er Techi Rotu, executive engineer, APPWD will be chief guest and guest of honour
respectively for 38th annual day celebration to Kendriya Vidyalaya No. 1, Itanagar.
GT Memorial Football trophy
ITANAGAR, Apr 29: The 1st ever Giogi Taya memorial football trophy will kick start
on 30th April. Capital MLA Techi Kaso will be the chief guest on the occasion. Pani
Taram District Fishery Development Officer, Sikka Gapak, President ANSU and Bamang
Mangha, social worker will be guests of honour for the opening ceremony. Tournament
is being organized by Giogi Brother’s Society, Itanagar.
ITANAGAR, Apr 29: All Puroik Welfare Society, East Kameng district unit has expressed
deep shock over premature death of late Mitri Tsering. Late Tsering passed away on
27th of this month at RK Mission hospital, Itanagar.
She was dedicated lady constable working under Arunachal Armed Police Battalion (AAPBN)
posted at Seppa. APWS members prayed for peace of departed soul and to give enough
strength to the bereaved family members.
All Hano Racho Welfare Society, Ziro deeply mourned the untimely demise of Hano Rakesh,
who died in a tragic road accident near Kaziranga, Assam on April 25.
Rakesh, a driver under Arunachal Pradesh Mineral Development and Trading Corporation
Ltd. died on his way to Kharsang in Changlang district on official duty, the society
Meanwhile, the Society urged the authority concern to immediately release the ex-gratia
and also appealed for Govt job to one of the family member of late Rakesh on compassionate
ITANAGAR, Apr 29: Tame Kesse Bagang has been appointed as Chairman, District Ex Servicemen
Cell APCC, East Kameng District.