ITANAGAR, Jan 08: Onuk Paron, Otem Darang and Raja Tamuk have been selected as president,
general secretary and vice president of All Rengging Youth Welfare Association.
ITANAGAR: All Arunachal Pradesh Government Departmental Labours Union while taking
serious note over the proposed survey for construction of approach road within IG
Park, Itanagar said that the proposed road would dismantle the labour barrack, where
11 families of department of forest are presently residing.
It strongly appealed the concerned authority not to dismantle the labour barrack.
ITANAGAR: Dr. Dirang Piji has been appointed as Chairman of Nyokum Yullo Celebration
Committee, Seppa-2011 while Radak Dada would be the Secretary.
ITANAGAR: All Nyishi Contractor Association is organizing awareness camp on HIV/AIDS,
Drug abuse and voluntary blood donation camp cum cultural programmes at Dollungmukh
on January 9 and 10.
ITANAGAR: MLA Techi Kaso has consented to attend as chief guest in the inaugural
function of health sub centre and newly upgraded upper primary school at Lobi on
The programme is being organized by Lobi Welfare Committee.
Abide by boundary demarcation: AYSU
ITANAGAR: All Yachuli Students’ Union in a letter to concerned district authority
regarding boundary dispute in between people of Joram village and Ziro-I said that
after the untoward incident in 1992, people of Yachuli area including Joram village
and Ziro-I have solved the boundary dispute amicably through traditional customary
It appealed the concerned authority, people of Ziro-I and Joram to abide by the boundary
demarcation of 1992 and further urged people of both Ziro-I and Joram village to
maintain peace and harmony and congenial social atmosphere in the area.
ITANAGAR, Jan 8: All Arunachal Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Teachers’ Association (AASSATA)
has decided not to support the phase wise agitation announced by Arunachal Teachers’
Association (ATA) in protest against non-fulfillment of its various demands, including
appointment of Director Elementary Education (DEE) from among senior cadre of the
Joint School Education Directors.
AASSATA, in a release said that the decision to appoint an administrative officer
to the post of DEE is the prerogative of the Government as per laid down rules and
A gazette notification from Government of India (GoI) has already been issued regarding
holding the post of DEE/DSE by IAS officers, it said. Further, "the present Directorate
of School Education needs a massive administrative overhaul and streamlining to put
the educational administration of the state on the right track, it added.
"To think that by getting a director (DEE) from among its own cadre will mitigate
all the grievances of ATA is a wrong assumption because it will only be ‘old wine
in a new bottle," AASSATA felt.
However, it supported ATA’s demand for 50 per cent reservation in promotion of AT
to JT, provided 50% of the vacancy is reserved for regularization of SSA teachers
by reviewing the earlier cabinet decision on the matter, it added.
AASSATA further supported the ATA’s demand for rectification of pay anomalies of
ATs. It further wanted to know what the School Education Directorate was doing all
AIPU demands renovation of Itafort
ITANAGAR, Jan 8: Arunachal Indigenous Peoples’ Union taking serious note on the deteriorating
condition of Itafort today urged the Department of Research and Department of tourism
to look into the matter and renovate Itafort as early as possible.
It claimed that despite lack of beautification, preservation and proper management
of the remnant, the Itafort remains a major tourist attraction.
It further demanded the concerned authority of Food Corporation of India (FCI) to
immediately release the remaining PDS rice quota to all the districts and remote
areas of the state without delay.
It also demanded the home minister to initiate immediate action to trace out and
nab the culprit involved in the abduction of Sanjoy Kumar, supervisor of Arunachal
Pradesh Mineral Development and Trading Corporation Limited, who was abducted from
Kharsang, Changlang District on November 24 last.
Further, urging the owners of coal mining company to provide all necessary help to
victim’s family, it appealed the abductor to come forward to negotiate and release
Sanjoy on humanitarian ground.
10-member squad for National Games
ITANAGAR, Jan 8: Arunachal Karate-Do- Association (AKA) has announced a 10-member
team comprising four men and as many women and two officials for the 34th National
Games to be held at Jharkhand from February 12 to 26 next.
The players are selected on the basis of performance of 23rd AIKF Senior National
Karate Championship held at Chennai last year.
The squad: Men: Talum Moya Anekam (61 kg), Likha Rajan (67 kg), Tam Tapak (75 kg),
Nobin Jamoh (84 kg), Women: Rei Yadi (55 kg), Chunnu Sangno (61 kg), Debia Yakap
(68 kg), Yomken Noshi (68 kg).
Sensei Lankung Marik and Deben Sharma are the team manager and coach respectively.
AAPSU calls for better sports facility
ITANAGAR, Jan 8: All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU) while lauding the
lifters Yukar Sibi and Soram Hitlar Tagru’s stupendous performance in national and
international events in the recent past demanded the sports mentors in the state
to provide the necessary infrastructure and other facilities to the sports persons
of the state for better performance.
AAPSU president Takam Tatung said that given the right platform and support, the
sportspersons of the state would excel in all fields.
Describing them as role models for younger generations, Tatung said that the duo
despite being from a very isolated part of the state deserves hearty congratulations
for their outstanding performance and also for their hard work to utilize their energy
in the most constructive way.
Both Sibi and Tagru hail from remote Tali area of Kurung Kumey district.
The duo had won three gold medals each in the just concluded 6th National Youth and
Junior Weightlifting Championship at Yamauna Nagar, Haryana. Before this, Sibi had
won two gold medals in Penang, Malayasia and Tagru a Bronze in the same event.