ITANAGAR, Jul 9: Taking cognizance of the fact that the Deputy Commissioner and the
Superintendent of Police of West Siang are themselves complainants in the assault
case on the district magistrate which occurred recently at Aalo, the state govt in
an order today has transferred the case to the SIT.
This has been done keeping with the principle of the conflict of interest and with
view to ensure a fair and unbiased investigation as the district magistrate himself
has a personal involvement in the case.
ITANAGAR, Jul 9: The residents of Papu-I & II villages conducted a mass social service
in the locality areas and repaired the damaged road by filling the path-holes and
clearing landslide debris and road side weeds.
The people of both the villages urged the PWD, Naharlagun division to maintain the
road properly and regularly.
The social service was organized under the banner of Papu Village Welfare Committee.
Association demands teachers
ITANAGAR, Jul 9: All Palin Chambang Yangte Gangte Tarak Langdi Youth Welfare Association
(APCYGTLYWA) has appealed for posting of a full-fledged Headmaster at Govt.Sec.School
Yangte, Chambang, Gangte,Tarak-Langdi and a regular Principal for Palin Higher Secondary
School. It further said that no school fees be collected from the students as per
the recommendations of RTE.
The Union called on Chief Minister Jarbom Gamlin and Education Minister Bosiram Siram
to give adequate support to the poor students of the area who are in dire need of
good academic atmosphere.
Assn demands complete ban on earth cutting
ITANAGAR, Jul 9: Achung Yumlam led All Nyishi Youth Association (ANYA) has appealed
to the Capital Complex district administration to impose blanket ban on illegal
earth cutting during rainy season along the capital road side and thickly populated
areas in order to avoid any disaster. It further said that the order should be imposed
from April to September during rainy season.
Illegal and authorized earth cutting during rainy reason resulted in road and drain
blockage. There is every possibility of natural calamity due to earth cutting, the
Association further said.
2nd state level Tiger seven soccer tourney
ITANAGAR, Jul 9: The second edition of state level Tiger Seven Soccer tournament
will begin at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, Naharlagun from July 10. Sports Authority of
Arunachal Pradesh chairman Tungri Effa and director, sports and youth affairs D
K Dinglow would attend the inaugural ceremony as chief guest and guest of honour
In the inaugural matches, Gora Makik Sporting Club will play All Black while BT
-XI will face Nyokum Youth Sports Club.
Altogether, 20 teams are participating in the tournament.
Hepatitis B campaign
ITANAGAR, Jul 9: All Arunachal Pradesh Youth Organisation (AAPYO) has decided to
conduct its first phase of Hepatitis B awareness campaign in Kurung Kumey district
from July 23. The Organsiation deferred the earlier schedule from July 10 to July
23 due to some unavoidable circumstances.
Free equity cars
ITANAGAR, Jul 9: Jiyo Aur Jine Do (JAJD) has delivered 11th and 12th free equity
car under its micro-saving promotional policy to Balo Wee, Itanagar and Tassar
Yama of Palin village. AAPSU president Takam Tatung handed over the keys to the car
owners in a simple ceremony today. Tatung also formally inaugurated the official
website of the JAJD-- www.jiyoaurjinedo.org
The guest of honour Gimi Tarak, advocate, also delivered free motorcycle keys to
the outstanding performers ( 2nd to 5th) in promoting micro-saving.
ITANAGAR, Jul 9: All Tatung Welfare Society (ATWS) has felicitated the student toppers
of Class X and XII from among the Tatung society in a felicitation function held
ITANAGAR, Jul 9: A new organization, titled, All Arunachal Pradesh Paatey (Tiger)
Organisation was formed today with Rillang Chege, Thutan Nima and Togo Rebe as president,
general secretary and vice president respectively.
Another organisation, namely, All Arunachal Pradesh Unemployed Tribes Union (AAPUTU)
was also formed yesterday with Hamu Tagu and Otem Perme as its president and general
ITANAGAR, Jul 9: All Capital Complex Unemployed Union (ACCUU) today renovated and
painted the statue of Pehelwan situated along national highway near Itanagar.
The union expressed gratitude to those who extended support to its social works
for renovation of the structure. Meanwhile, the union appealed to the state Govt
to carry out early maintenance of the Pehelwan statue for attraction of tourists
in Capital Complex.
Eviction at Balijan
ITANAGAR: Under the direction of Deputy Commissioner, Papum Pare the local administration
of Balijan evicted illegal encroachers from Govt Higher Secondary School, Balijan,
who encroached upon the school campus illegally. Similar types of eviction drive
will be carried out in other circles of PapumPare shortly. (DIPRO)
Friendship volleyball tourney
ITANAGAR: A Border Area Friendship Volley Ball Tournament will begin at Hollongi
from August 3. The main aim of the tournament is to promote peace and harmony along
both side of Assam-Arunachal boundary area. Winner of the trophy will be awarded
with cash amount of Rs 20,000, while Runner Up will walk away with Rs 10,000. The
aspiring teams may submit their entry on or before July 30.
Dada wins Gold in Wrestling C’ship
ITANAGAR: Dada Riba of new Riba village, Dumporijo circle, won Gold Medal under
42 kg category in recently held Sub-junior National Wrestling Championship -2011
at Kanyakumari, Kerala.
He was a student of Sangay Lhaden Sports Academy, Itanagar and is presently pursuing
his study at Army Sports Institute, Pune, Maharashtra. He has also been selected
to participate in the India Camp beginning from July 11 at Pune.
Blood Donors Day
ITANAGAR: The valedictory function of the month-long observation of World Blood Donors
Day will be held at the conference hall of Directorate of Health Service, Naharlagun
on July 14 next, informed Arunachal Pradesh AIDS Control Society in a release today.
Workshop on NSS
ITANAGAR: The Directorate of Economics and Statistics is organizing a three days
training workshop on 68th round National Sample Survey (NSS) in the conference hall
of the directorate from July 12.
Now animals encroach Govt infrastructure
ITANAGAR, Jul 9: Alleged encroachment of Govt land is reported from everywhere from
the state. But this time, Govt properties were encroached upon by domestic animals
in Pumao circle headquarters in Tirap district.
According to All Pumao Circle Students Union (APCSU), the Pumao Circle HQ was established
28 years ago and infrastructure like CO office cum-residence, health sub-centre,
police station etc were also constructed years back. After the 28 years of establishment,
no Govt staff was posted there, except 2/3 SSA teachers at the ME school, the union
claimed. The union further said that most of the infrastructures built for the circle
headquarters collapsed without any sign of Govt activities. Instead of Govt staff,
domestic animals of Pumao take shelter in these buildings.
Unlike other circles of the state, Pumao remains underdeveloped till date, the
On the other hand 25 km Longding-Pumao road constructed more than a decade ago
is in dilapidated condition. The road is going from bad to worse and it has developed
potholes and remain unfit for vehicular movement.
The Union appealed the state Govt not to belie the hopes and expectations and undo
the gross injustice inflicted upon the Pumao people by making the circle HQ functional
for all practical purposes.
Kaso inaugurates Govt primary school
ITANAGAR, Jul 9: MLA Techi Kaso has inaugurated the Govt Primary School, I G Park
Forest Colony as chief guest today.
Papum Pare DDSE T T Tara and Social forestry DFO Kenjum Rina attended the inaugural
function as guest of honour and special guest respectively. The chief guest advised
the gathering to maintain discipline as good citizen and nurture their children
in right direction. He also called upon the youths to avoid bad habit like drug use.
While responding to six-point memorandum, the MLA assured to look into the demands
for development of the sector.
VHAAP blood donation
ITANAGAR, Jul 9: The Voluntary Health Association of Arunachal Pradesh led by Dr.
Biman Natung has organized blood donation camp at RKM Hospital today where they have
donated 23 units of blood in the hospital.
The RKM authorities said that it is the highest ever donation made by any voluntary
organization in current year. The authority of hospital has appreciated the VHAAP
for the noble venture. The hospital authorities have given certificates to all donors.
The venture was sponsored by APSACS Naharlagun.
Union against opium
ITANAGAR, Jul 9: All Ozakho Students’ Union (AOSU) appealed to the Ozakho villagers
to desist themselves from taking opium and its selling.
The students union in its recent meeting held at the residence of the chief of the
village appealed to the villagers to invest their money in educating their child
to make their future bright instead of spending it on opium consumption.
It informed that a campaign against opium and unauthorized selling of Indian made
foreign liquor was conducted in the village and also framed strict rules to prevent
easy access of those items. The ASM and Chief of Ozakho also addressed the meeting
and assured their support and cooperation to the union in their move to make the
village alcohol and drugs free.
The meeting was attended by the villagers, panchayat and public leaders, youths and
students of Ozakho.
Claims over school encroachment
ITANAGAR, Jul 9: The parent body of Govt. M.E school Mani, in a release, strongly
reacted to the press statement given by All Papum Pare District Student Union (APPDSU)
regarding encroachment of the school boundary which was published in local dailies
few days back.
Welcoming the initiative of the district students’ union and its interest to solve
the encroachment of school land of the entire Papum Pare district, the president
of Doimukh branch GB Association as well as GB of Mani village, who is also vice
chairman of the school managing and development committee (SMDC) said that APPDSU
should have visited the spot and consulted with panchayat leaders, GB and SMDC members
to find out the real fact of the allegation before going to the press.
It appealed to the student union to have spot verification and discuss the issue
with the members of SMDC, panchayat leaders, GB and intellectuals of the village
to find out the ground reality.
It also refuted the allegations of physical assault on headmistress and attempt of
burning down the school building. “It is purely false and fabricated story told to
the students union by the headmistress,” the release said.
It is pertinent to mention here that APPDSU has decided to take up the encroachment
issue in the larger interest of the school and students community of the school.
Besides, the present headmistress has fixed the admission fee ranging from Rs. 3000
to Rs. 5000 for old and new admission which is serious violation of Right to Education
Act and direction of the sate Govt. for free education, the release claimed and appealed
to the students union to take up the issue seriously.
It also questioned conduction of two types of examination in a single sitting. in
Meanwhile, APPDSU informed that it has held a threadbare discussion with the School
Managment and Development Committee (SMDC) yesterday at the residence of the SMDC
chairman. It was mutually agreed by both the parties in the meeting that the School
Managing & Development Committee would further initiate to amicably solve the school
The settlement would be made as per the official school map of 1996 within short
period of time without hampering school activities.
However, it was also agreed that the APPDSU would take its own course of action if
the SMDC fails to solve it within the expected time period.
APPDSU further clarified its stand that the union was not interested in the personal
issues of the teaching staffs of the school and locality. The only agenda of the
union is to save the school land from the illegal encroachment and create an environment
within the school campus that is conducive for teaching and learning.
The Union further cautioned that any political interference or politicizing the issue
will be viewed seriously.