ANINI, Feb 6: The Ambolin bridge over Dri River that was washed away on March 18,
2010, has been rebuilt finally. With the reconstruction of the bridge, lifeline
of Anini, the normal road communication along the Roing-Anini highway has been restored.
The sixty meter bailey bridge is situated nine km away from the district headquarter.
Since last eight months, there were pressure from all quarters on the Border Roads
Organization (BRO) to restore the road link as early as possible.
All Idu Mishmi Students Union (AIMSU) in a statement today thanked Mukut Mithi, Rajya
Sabha MP for his consistent effort in pursuing at the ministry level for early restoration
of the Bailey bridge.
However, expressing apprehension on the quality of work, AIMSU Secretary Rajiv Mihu
has demanded for an investigation team to assess the quality of work done on the
“It has been observed that the quality of work by BRO is not satisfactory”, said
the union. “We are unsure if this newly built bridge will last again?”
Acknowledging the effort put by District administration in restoring essential services
in Anini, the union has appealed all the Govt officials posted at Anini to return
back. Since several months, the town faced continues power cuts.
On Jan last, Anini DC Abu Tayeng with his team undertook a social service at Chini-Fra
250 KW Hydel and had successfully restored the normal power supply to the town.
Follow the ideals of ‘The Lady with the Lamp’ : Byaling
PASIGHAT, Feb 6: Follow the ideals of "The Lady with the Lamp" said the state health
minister Tanga Byaling today on the occasion of Capping Ceremony of 41st batches
of ANM trainees of Training & Research Centre Pasighat, held at the general hospital,
Pasighat Audio-Visual Auditorium.
He further said that nursing is one of the important aspects of health care services
and trainees should extend their best services to the society and the needy patients
He advised the trainees to maintain dignity and added that people always reward those,
who serve the society with dedication, sincerity discipline. While congratulating
the Jt. Director Health Services (T&R), Pasighat Dr. Kabang Lego and his team of
doctors and staffs for achieving ISO Certification, the minister commented that the
Pasighat General Hospital was the best in the state and known for its cleanliness
and esteemed services.
Byaling appealed the doctors maintain same tempo and sincerity in delivering services
to humanity. He suggested the authorities to take care of infrastructural development
on priority instead of equipment upgradation and also to utilize all the developmental
funds judiciously and assured to extend his helps as health minister for betterment
of the hospital in future too.
Guest of Honour, Education Minister Bosiram Siram congratulating the trainees for
successful completion of their training said that nurses are in high demand in the
state and the entire country for their noble services.
Though a nurses cap is a part of uniform and profession, it bears prestige, universally
recognized as a symbol of mankind and allows the patients to quickly identify in
the hospitals, Siram commented.
Taking privilege on the occasion, Siram urged the youths to dream big and work hard
to realize their dreams instead of taking the path of agitation and bandh calls.
Siram further said that mere acquiring a degree is useless unless a person gains
quality education to qualify in certain specific area.
Earlier, the Deputy Commissioner Onit Panyang stressed on cleanliness, dedication,
sincerity and devotions.
He said uniform gives a professional look and the growth of population is compelling
to strengthen the nursing profession for better health care services in the country
and he hoped that the nursing institute of Pasighat should develop further so that
a good reputation can be made in the region.
Jt. Director Dr. K. Lego briefed the history of the hospital and Secretary (H&FW)
Itanagar Kaling Tayeng and Advisor to CM Nanom Jamoh also spoke on the occasion.
All together 66 trainees were capped and took oath on the occasion.
Among others, the Director NRHM T. Tapak, SP Alok Kumar (IPS), ADC S.C. Debnath,
Dr. T. Taloh (DMO), Medical Supdt. Dr. O. Moyong and Brig. Kushal JP Arunachal Power
Ltd were present.
Mobile office at the doorstep of people
DAPORIJO, Feb 6: With the motto of serving the people at their doorsteps, the Upper
Subansiri DC A Abhayankar, DMO D Bagra, DDSE O Panor and various heads of departments
and officials took the administration to Siyum, Limeking (Orak), Nacho and Taliha
circles from Feb 2 to 5.
At Siyum, the public appreciated the efforts of the district administration in bringing
the Govt offices at their door steps. They also got an opportunity to air their grievances
during a public meeting at Pagenalo.
Infrastructure development of the Siyum ADC headquarter, proper functioning of health
centre and schools in the area and fixation of fare of private cabs plying on the
roads were some of the important points which were discussed in the meeting. 16
ST Certificates, 12 PRC certificates, 2 learner’s driving licences were issued, 17
gun licences were renewed and 2 new vehicles were registered during the mobile office
At Limeking (Orak), the heads of the departments addressed the public in a meeting.
While informing about the development activities in their area, they pointed out
vast scopes for animal husbandry and tourism potential in the area. The mobile
office issued 27 ST certificates, 15 PRC certificates, 10 learner’s driving licences
and one duplicate GB certificate.
At Nacho, the gaon burahs made a request for provision of new red coats and an increase
in the honorarium in a meeting with the Govt officers and officials.
The mobile office issued 45 ST certificates, 49 PRC certificates, 6 learner’s driving
licences and one duplicate GB certificate. 11 gun licences were also renewed.
At Taliha, the public of Taliha circle highlighted the difficulties in procuring
LPG cylinders and also pointed out communication problems due to defunct BSNL mobile
tower. The people also appealed the administration to intervene for reopening of
the Rural Bank branch there. 145 ST certificates, 121 PRC certificates, 22 learner’s
driving licences and 1 duplicate GB certificate were issued and 14 gun licences were
renewed in the mobile office. The DC A. Abhayankar, admiring the natural beauty
of the district said that there was a huge potential to develop tourism in the area.
He enjoined one and all to refrain from hunting and stressed on preservation of
wildlife of the area. He also appealed the public cooperate with administration
for their own benefit and to see the district prosper.
Emphasis was also laid on the need for education of children and maintenance of health
and hygiene by the people of the area. The DC also stressed on the need for maintenance
of law and order and advised the Gaon Buras play active role in maintaining law and
order in the villages.
Along with the mobile office of the district administration, health and awareness
camps on the Total Sanitation Campaign were organized by the officials of respective
department. A total of 146 patients were checked and free medicines provided to them
by the medical team. Students in various schools were provided with notebooks and
pencils and books, teaching aids and sports equipments. The DC also inspected mini
hydel projects at Limeking and Ayangmori and other projects underway in the area.
NSFK Asian Karate-do-championship
Tapak among six Arunachalees to represent India
ITANAGAR, Feb 6: Karate player Tarh Tapak, winner of many a medals at national and
regional level competitions, is among six Arunchalees selected to represent India
at NSFK Asian Karate-Do-Championship to be held at Colombo, Sri Lanka from February
25 to 27 next.
Tapak, an Indo Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) jawan presently posted at Dehradun, won
many a medals at national and regional level competitions since 2003.
He won a gold and a silver medal each in 2003 and 2004 edition of All India Karate
Tournament conducted by Japan Karate Association of India in Mumbai and a silver
at Panaji, Goa in 2005. He bagged a gold in 19th North East Sports Festival at Guwahati
in 2005, a gold and a bronze in 21st edition of the sports festival held in Gangtok,
Sikkim, in 2007, 3 gold in All India Black Belt Open Championship held in Orissa
in 2007, a silver in South Asia Karate Championship at Manipur in 2007. He also won
2 silver and a bronze medals in All India Karate-Do-Championship during 2007-2010,
and last year, he won a bronze in 24th NE Games held in Shillong.
He is also a member of the state Karate team for the 34th National Games beginning
at Ranchi, Jharkhand from February 12. Other members selected from Arunachal Pradesh
for the Colombo event are, Dongro Dodum, Tage Saa, Ellah Menjo, Chunnu Sangno and
(Correction: The name of Tarh Tapak was wrongly published as Tam Tapik in an earlier
news item published on February 4)
Hemphu Lokhimon enlightenment day celebrated
ITANAGAR, Feb 6: Along with the rest of their community, the Karbi community of
Kokila area under Balijan circle celebrated the 52nd enlightenment day of Hemphu
Lokhimon, a religious and spiritual guru at Kokila Karbi Lokhimon temple in a befitting
Speaking on the occasion as chief guest, Parliamentary Secretary, Industries, Nabam
Rebia advised the Karbi people to promote and preserve own tradition and culture
and also urged the Karbi and Chakma communities living in the area to maintain peace
He further advising them to grow more vegetables calls for preservation of flora
and fauna and assured all possible help to the Karbi and Chakma communities of Kokila
and Holongi of Arunachal Pradesh.
Meanwhile, responding to an appeal, Rebia suggested the Lokhimon temple committee
to draft or prepare an estimate for the renovation and development of the temple
and added that the movement of Karbi people regarding ST recognition and issue of
PRC will be taken up with the higher authority.
Further, taking serious note over the poor road connectivity, he said “the village
road connectivity is shown as connected in record”.
However, he expressed his desire to construct proper road connectivity under a centrally
sponsored scheme and also assured to take up the proposed recreational centre at
Chakma area with the higher authority.
ZPM Kabak Takam also appealed the Karbi community to maintain peaceful co-relation
with the other communities living in the area.
The ZPM assured to construct a public toilet near Lokhimon temple within March and
further assured for creation of Anganwadi centre at Kokila and a new school in Chakma
village of Balijan circle.
He further lamented over the non fulfillment of developmental assurances and commitments
made in Kokila village in recent past by many public leaders and urged the leaders
to cooperate and extend help to the villagers in developmental activities.
The Karbi and Chakma cultural troops presented cultural items on the occasion, besides
these literary and sports events were also conducted to befit the celebration.
Many government official, PRIs, GBs, public and students attended the programme.
Phurpa reaches out to remotest area
DIRANG,Feb 6: True to his election agenda of all-round development in his constituency,
Dirang legislator Phurpa Tsering undertook a tour to most remote and far flung area-Mandala
Phudung accompanied by West Kameng District deputy commissioner Rinchin Tashi, all
heads of departments from Bomdila and Dirang, and other senior public leaders of
Mandala-Phudung comprises of three villages Phudung, Dungmandba and Menchang, Khellong
and Bhambrok and is the most remote and far flung village that had been devoid of
attention and development.
Announcing a comprehensive package for all round development of the villages, Phurpa
announced for construction of a new girl’s hostel at M.E School Menchang under MSDP,
Inspection Bunglow at Phudung, renovation of Primary School at Dungmanba, construction
of link road from IB to village, and maintenance of regular water supply among others.
Stressing that fruits of development should percolate down to the grassroots, Phurpa
appealed, ‘Let us not politicize development agenda and we should all join hands
together irrespective of party lines for our better tomorrow and future’.
West Kameng deputy commissioner Rinchin Tashi emphasized on health, education and
preservation of wild life. ‘Change is inevitable and local people of the area should
phase out traditional jhum cultivation system and focus more on cultivation of cash
crops which is more feasible and remunerative in the area’, he opined. Appreciating
the local MLA for his special attention on development of the village, ASM Dorjee
Tsering informed that now PDS items including rice and sugar were made available
at their doorsteps unlike earlier times. ‘Earlier we used to go down to Dirang which
is at a distance of 67 kms to collect our PDS items spending a considerable amount
as transportation cost. Also, now we have regular water supply at our village, he
informed, while urging for posting of a Hindi teacher at M.E School Menchang and
construction of a PHC in the village.
On the occasion, all the HoD’s highlighted their departments and schemes available
while senior public leaders including both the ZPM’s also spoke about the need of
development truly percolating down to the grassroots irrespective of party lines.
Also, a civic action programme by SSB, BOP Phudung that involved distribution of
school stationeries and play items, and a medical camp including Dental check up
by CHC Dirang was also organized for the first time in the area which was a huge
hit with the villagers.
Eachu Memorial Football Tourney
ITANAGAR, Feb 6: The Inter-state Tadar Eachu Memorial Foot Tournament-2011 got under
way at NERIST play ground, Nirjuli yesterday.
The NERIST students from various states of the North East and other states are representing
their respective state in the tournament being organized by the NERIST Arunachal
Pradesh Students Association (NAPSA).
In the inaugural match Arunachal team defeated Maghalaya by 2-0. Duge Lollen and
Moji Diyum scored the goals for Arunachal team. The NERIST dean of student affairs
H S Yadav and chairman of the NERIST hostel management council Deepak Jarjharia were
the chief guest and guest of honour respectively in the inaugural function of the
tournament. The family members of Late Eachu were also participated.
Late Tadar Eachu was the first batch student of NERIST in 1986. He passed away in
1989. The tournament is being sponsored by E & K Enterprise, Naharlagun.
Awareness camp on environment
ITANAGAR, Feb 6: All Arunachal Youth Association (AAYA) in association with its Lower
Subansiri district unit organized a tree plantation cum awareness campaign on illegal
hunting, fishing and tree felling at Govt Hr Secondary school ground, Yazali on
The chief guest of the function Nila Mohanan, Lower Subansiri DC, called upon the
pachayat leaders, gaons burahs and youth to play a crucial role in preserving the
flora and fauna of the state. “We should not damage the environment in the name of
development”, she said.
“We are the main enemy of environment,” said the guest of honour and DFO Hibu Tadi.
He exhorted the youth and villagers to save environment.
Forest Range officer Raya Plago spoke on the climate change while AAYA president
Yuwa Bullet stressed on the need of mass tree plantation programme in all the districts
to fight global warming and ecological imbalance.
The association with active cooperation from Forest department and Arunachal Parayavaran
Rakshak Sanghathan (APRS) distributed sapling to the public to mark the occasion.
An evening with former Chief Election Commissioner
Ajay K. Tripathy
Naveen Chawla, former Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) of India, was probably the
odd-man-out in the notice boards of India’s premier Medical College on Feb 4. Here
at the Christian Medical College (CMC), Vellore our boards are always full with information
related to medicine, surgery and public health as well as the distinguished visiting
faculties of health-related field. By the time I reached the historic Norman Auditorium
of CMC, it was packed, however, I managed to get a seat. One sitting besides me,
a hardcore medical student, could not withhold his anxiety and asked me what is the
relation of election and medicine? Before I could respond; his girl-friend sitting
besides him whispered election means democracy and health means complete wellbeing
of the people and not just medicine, surgery or physical health.
Since there was a controversy before Chawla becomes the CEC, mainly due to BJP’s
objection, so I was thinking that we are going to meet a difficult person. However,
soon after his arrival he humbled everyone by apologizing for being little late as
he could not say no to the sisters, followers of Mother Teresa, who waited for him
on the way. Dr. S. Bhattacharjee, Director of the institute while introducing the
speaker mentioned that Mother Teresa once addressed the CMC community from the same
dais and it’s a pleasant coincidence that the author of Mother Teresa's biography
would also be doing it.
In his address the former CEC mentioned the procedures of conducting general elections
and the technicalities associated during polling as well as before and after the
elections. He appreciated how the Commission learnt from several good and innovative
practices being initiated by the young officers at district levels while conducting
general elections. I’m sure while telling these he had in his mind about the highly
appreciated Tirap-model of conducting election by Mr. Ankur Garg in Arunachal Pradesh.
Being a retired IAS officer; Chawla perfectly knew that delivering lecture in CMC
is not that difficult than handling questions of the genius. First to ask was a MBBS
final year student and he shoot three questions about dynasty politics, age-limit
of politicians & politicians’ qualities. Chawla’s answer on these issues was beyond
the imaginations of many. He neither gave any mathematical solution nor hold any
fixed opinion, however, he strongly emphasized that more educated and clean people
should join politics if we are serious about our young democracy to prosper.
What made us more serious was his appeal on reducing plastic-waste and saving the
planet. Chawla, of course, could not suppress his appreciation after inspecting world’s
best bio-medical waste management system at CMC, Vellore. Regarding a question on
two-party system, he smartly referred the answer to the constitution of India and
how it was evolved.
I entered the auditorium with listening mood, due to viral fever; however, before
the vote of thanks began senior Professors gave me the microphone to put the last,
but not the least, question. Chawla took nearly ten minutes in responding to my question
on complex issues related with the public-funding for political parties to contest
elections. The former CEC preferred the need of revising the upper-limit of election
expenses by political parties, from time to time, than putting additional burden
to the taxpayers of India in this regard.
(Tripathy is a Health Economics and Policy scholar at CMC, Vellore. He can be reached
at [email protected])
Anini and her never ending problems
I would like to share, the problems again with the people of Anini. I am amazed about
the insensitivity of our MPs or MLAs towards the never ending problem of the people
for whom they are elected. The lone Government Higher Secondary of the district is
running without adequate Senior Teachers since last 15 years. The post of Principal
and Vice Principal are vacant for many years. Despite verbal assurance from the Education
Minister and the visit of Director, School Education to Anini bore no fruit till
today. This is not just an accusation, anyone can check with the official records.
The District Hospital is being run with a skeleton staff and a lone Doctor without
any medicine. Most of the patients die on the way while going to Roing for further
diagnosis and treatment. Recently, the AIMSU also locked the DMO’s office for about
a week in protest but it hardly created any impact on the local leadership or state
leadership. People can only expect miracle for their treatment.
The condition of the power supply is same despite all the assurance and visits of
Seeing the strategic importance of Anini Internationally, as our AAPSU friends has
rightly said, the BRTF Road to Anini should be immediately improved. The BRTF Anini
road quality is the worst of all in the whole state. But, that seems a distant dream
for us because just to complete a bailey bridge (Which is built overnight during
emergencies) took almost a year.
One most important appeal, I want to make to His Excellency, The Governor of A.P.
and Chief Minister and the entire machineries of the state government including the
power developers in the district to stick to the original plan of proposed 2 lane
highway under SARDP to Anini, as it will lessen the total distance of 70 – 80 kms.
This will enable the road to be cut through hard rock thereby resulting in all weathered
road presently going through all sinking zone. Any objection arising out due to deviation
of road from any other area, a link road to National Highway the road which already
exist may be broadened and converted to 2 lane. The level and gradation of road has
to be ascertained depending on coming up of Hydro Power Projects.
Why our local representative is keeping mum? Why does he fear in addressing the problems
of his own constituency? Is leadership all about having enough money, getting ticket
of ruling party for guaranteed win and doing nothing for 20 years because we have
only 3500 voters and one can do the same in every election?
Truly, we are very much indebted to all, specially to the individual writers, NGO’s,
the Editors of various dailies and specially Takam Tatung, President AAPSU and his
team for continuous concern and care showered to the cause of people of Dibang Valley.
I must also earnestly request, the Idu Mishmi brethren to understand that, our development
graph is going backward. Also our Idu Mishmi brethren who are in the ruling party
are equal sufferers. Instead of obstructing and spreading rumor regarding the students
and public protest as instigated by the opposition, I request them to raise voice
and impress upon state leadership to solve the crisis on humanitarian ground.
Anini, (on email)
Politics as a business
This is in response to “Callous letter” dated 3rd January written by ASM Yemsing
Tapok appears to be an ardent supporter of Tabin Taki, so he has condemned the write
up of Angel Tamut.
The Writing of A. Tamut besides being very mature, regarding Tabin Taki deserves
appreciation for his guts to call spade a spade. Indeed today in our state, political
leaders are dealing Politics as a business, not for the cause of public. See the
present state of affair of our government. Attempts after attempt is made by its
own soldiers to topple the government. But the soldiers being always hungry shall
return home to eat the crams of bread that shall be thrown to them. Nothing serious,
Politics is a lucrative business for them. Modus operandi is simple; Make hues and
cry, take money to stay silent.
Indeed leaders who are not constant in a single party should be out rightly rejected
by the public.
Tabin Taki is also such a political personality of Pangin Boleng. He too often changes
party. This time he quit NCP under health ground and immediately joined BJP. Tomorrow
he will switch over to another party telling that he has catch cold.
Opposition leader in democracy should be steadfast and defendable. Optimism and vigilance
should be their watchword.
Far from that, the recent maneuver of Tabin Taki is apparently Political Opportunism.
He resigned from NCP on health ground, but instantly joined BJP. Is BJP going to
make him healthy? Public may be silent, but not fool.
I wonder what face Taki would present before the public of Pangin-Boleng.
Khabang Tapok seems to be wrong in coining Tabin Taki as “a moon blooming from crescent
to full”. In fact from his recent venture, he is very fit to be called as a total
eclipse. Defending an immoral person is also an immorality, because purposeful wrong
act cannot be justified with circumstances.
Nirjuli, (on email)
Is BJP a diagnostic centre?
It is in response to the letter dated 03 Feb’ “A callous Letter” written by one
Khabang Tapok. I would like to inform Mr. Tapok that I write in my real name.
Secondly, the reason of my making the assertion of Political Opportunism against
Tabin Taki was simple. Taki gave his resignation from the primary and active membership
of NCP party citing health ground only. Accordingly he quit the post of State Unit
General Secretary (Election). There was no other problem whatsoever as per his statement.
If his health were so poor as to compel him to jilt the NCP, why did he join BJP
at once? Is BJP a diagnostic centre? Any prudent man would call quitting a party
without any grievances OR reason whatsoever and joining another party right away
as “Political Opportunism”.
But unfortunately it is an acceptable Politiking culture to Khabang Tapok, the ASM
of Yemsing village. He believes such flexibly switching across parties as “dawn lit
to new season of progress”. I congratulate Khabang for the progress and prosperity
he shall reap, but I as a prudent man shall always call such act as Political Opportunism.
What I have written is based on the statement and conduct of Taki, nothing less nothing
more. The sequence I cited about Taki’s frequent shifting of political allegiance
in past were absolutely true. Regarding Khabang’s allegation that I have written
the letter under the pressure of some vested interest Political leaders, I kindly
inform him that Politics is not my bread and butter. I simply love to write about
wrongs, and that’s what I have done about Taki. There is nothing personal; wrong
means wrong, public knows that. Why should we take up writing in favour of someone
silly? That shows that you don’t have impartial opinion. Taki is a frequent party
jilter, is a truth howsoever bitter that may. His being perpetual in any party cannot
I would like to appreciate the All Arunachal Pradesh Students union for lodging strong
protest against issue of stapled visa by the Chinese embassy. We hope that the meeting
of All Arunachal Pradesh Student Union’s delegation with Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan
Singh will solve the decades-old Chakma-Hajong problem, and insurgency problem in
Tirap and Changlang districts.
And we hope that the central government will put its sincerest efforts to solve the
stapled visa issue at the earliest.
Bajrang Lal Pancharia
Naharlagun, (on email)
Apropos to news published on Feb 3rd and 4th on sexual abuse of children of VKV Jairampur
school is heart touching and condemnable from all section of the societies. This
is the rarest of rare of news for the Tribal people of state. It is practice of un-natural
sex and most of tribal people dont know what kind of sex abuse is this. The culprits
should be booked as per the law of land and punish them with equal pain suffered
by the child.
The school is for learning good things and prepare children for future challenges.
Parents send their school to hostel with a better hope for the future.
Therefore, I would like to request the school management teams of VKV and VKV School
parents Association to look into the matter seriously. All Girls boarding school
of VKV in Arunachal Pradesh should be handled by women staffs only.
N.Tamar, (on email)
Where is NE?
This is in reference to Kajal Chatterjee's letter "Rabindra and his legacy" (4 Feb).
I do not have anything to say against Rabindranath Tagore. We all are aware of his
nationalism, Universal brotherhood, global peace and upliftment of human values.
We all salute this great man.
My only question to Kajol Chatterjee is that why in the National Anthem written by
Tagore, there was no mention of Assam or any NE State?
Itanagar, (on email)
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.
Illegal hunting, fishing banned
ITANAGAR, Feb 6: The Gaon Burahs, Panchayat leaders and general public of Keko Panchayat
under Pakke Kessang circle in East Kameng district in a recent meeting held
at Keko unanimously resolved not to allow the outsiders to carry out illegal hunting,
poaching, fishing and collection of forest products within the Pakke-Kessang valley
right from Khodaso to Lumtah. The meeting also prohibited use of guns, .22 rifles
and air guns by unauthorized persons. It also banned use of chemical, blasting materials
and poison in the valley.
The members present in the meeting also stressed on maintaining peaceful co-existence
among the villages with proper demarcation and maintenance of village boundary.
Award for Bagang
ITANAGAR, Feb 6: ChayangTajo MLA Karya Bagang has been nominated for North Eastern
Golden Achiever Award and Mahila Shree Award by the Friendship Forum of India, New
Delhi. The Awards are conferred to prominent individuals in recognition of their
outstanding contributions as politicians, social workers and other choicest fields.
Bagang will receive the Award in a glittering function to be held at New Delhi on
Feb 13. The Awards carry Gold Medal with the certificate of excellence and certificate
Hostel burnt to ashes
ITANAGAR: A privately run hostel was burnt to ashes in a devastating fire mishap
at Kamba near Donyi Polo Government College, Kamki, at around 6.20 pm yesterday.
Six students have lost their all belongings in the devastating fire accident out
of which 3 students, namely Henrik Bam, Dagi Ori and Mopi Doke have lost their educational
documents, according to All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU).
A private residence of Tumge Noshi, G.B of Ruyi Village was also burnt to ashes in
the fire accident.
More than 80 college students were residing in the hostel, AAPSU said and urged the
authorities concerned to provide immediate relief to the victims.
All West Siang District Students’ Union also appealed to the West Siang DC as well
as the state government to immediately provide relief package to all students, owner
of the private hostel and the private residence.
Meanwhile, Hirik-Hiru Students’ Union (HHSU) informed that when the fire brigade
arrived the houses were already gutted. It demanded the state government to establish
a fire brigade station near Kamba police station considering frequent occurrence
of fire accident in the area. HHSU also appealed to the district administration to
provide immediate relief to all the victims.
ITANAGAR: The XIIth election of the All Nyishi Students Union will be held at Seppa
in East Kameng district with five-day programme from Feb 17.
PWD and UD Minister Nabam Tuki and Lok Sabha MP Takam Sanjoy would attend the inaugural
function as chief guest and guest of honour respectively on Feb 18.
Weightlifter and gold medal winner Yukar Sibi, drummer and 1st runner up in the India
Got Talent Khoj-2 Toko Teji and APPSC topper Honi Bayang will be felicitated on the
occasion as youth achievers from the Nyishi community.
Goi passes away
ITANAGAR: The Galo Welfare Society West Siang unit, the Memo Ao Welfare Society and
Paktu Welfare Society deeply mourned the demise of Goi Bagra, who died yesterday
at Higi Bagra after prolonged illness.
Late Higi served the society as ZPM, Aalo from 1981-83 and was also a great orator
and contributed a lot for development of Aalo Township.
ITANAGAR, Feb 6:Ha Tatu and Rechi Kagung have been selected as chief patron and
convenor of the All Kurung Kumey Karate Do-Association.
ITANAGAR, Feb 6: Nyamo Bagra, general secretary, All Arunachal Pradesh Public Transport
Federation (AAPPTF), West Siang district unit, has resigned from the post alleging
improper functioning of the Federation and its failure to fulfill the objectives.
Meanwhile, Jumjo Ete has been appointed as new secretary general of All Arunachal
Pradesh Public Transport Federation (AAPPTF), West Siang district unit.