ITANAGAR, June 10: The Tribal Welfare & Development Society (TWDS), Changlang donated
medicines worth of Rs.71,500 to District Hospital Changlang in presence of Changlang
Deputy Commissioner Chanchal Yadav in a simple function held at the hospital premises
Chairman of T WDS N.Changmi handed the medicines over to the Superintendent of the
Speaking on the occasion, the Deputy Commissioner called upon the members of the
NGO to also create public awareness on the importance of education, maintain cleanliness
and good hygiene practices. She also urged the NGO to help the district administration
to eradicate the drugs and opium menace in the district.
The district medical officer and the Superintendent of the district hospital also
spoke on the occasion and appreciated the noble work rendered by the society.
Earlier, the NGO organized a free medical camp last month in Changlang, Yatdam and
DM asks residents to shift to safer places
ITANAGAR, June 10: District Magistrate, Itanagar Capital Complex in an order under
section 133 CrPC, 1973 has suggested residents of Capital Complex living in areas
that are very prone to landslide, mudslide and flooding to move to safer places.
Those people who do not follow the order and are still staying in such areas will
not be entitled to claim any compensation whatsoever in case of any disaster in future,
the order said.
The order has been issued in view of the incessant rainfall triggering massive landslides,
mudslides, flooding, road blockades and house collapse leading to loss of lives and
properties in Capital Complex.
Work for society: Siram
RUKSIN, June 10: Addressing the 15th Annual Meeting of All Ruksin Students & Youth
Union (ARSU) held at Ruksin village community hall today, former Education Minister
Bosiram Siram exhorted the youths and student communities to work for the overall
development of the society.
He also urged them to shun bad habits such as consumption of alcohol, narcotics and
other contraband substances, which have adverse affect on their career building.
Stating that there is no substitute for hard work, he suggested the young students
to inculcate reading habit.
He also appealed to the parents to take proper care of their children and instill
a sense of social responsibility in their minds.
Speaking on the occasion, Chief Councilor (PMC), Denong Tamuk regretted that evil
and unsafe behaviour are deeply rooted among the youth which is hindering education
development in the societies.
Tamat Jonnom said that party politics and organised religions are creating division
among the family men, which is adversely affecting the socio-economic and educational
development in their societies.
South XI wins Summer basketball Tourney
ITANAGAR, Jun 10: South XI won the Summer Tournament organized by All Arunachal Basketball
KV Girls Team emerged the runners up. Oyili Borang of South XI was adjudged as MVP
of the tournament.
Other two participating teams were Synonym and United.
Score: South XI-8, KV Girls-4, United-2, Synonym-0.
Care A Tree
MEDO, June 10: “Trees are an important part of Mother Nature, bringing us a variety
of benefits and comforts. Hence protecting them and promoting greenery of our surroundings
is every person’s responsibility”, exhorted DFO Wild Life Kamlang WLS, Koj Tassar
and the forest officers of Medo while they inaugurated the “Care A Tree Programme”
in Medo as a part of world environment day celebrations. He lauded the Lohit Youth
Libraries, the Medo bazaar members, school and the other voluntary organisations
of Medo for coming together and launching a day long programme to create a green
Medo by people’s mobilisation in Tree planting.
Recalling the motto of the world environment day 2015, he reminded the people of
the disastrous consequences if they remained indifferent to their environment, cleanliness
of their neighbourhood and the rampant plastic and chemical pollution of Arunachal
that earlier could boast of clean earth and water.
Apne library reader activists Mosamlu Manyu elaborated on the basic idea of the Care
A Tree programme. Protecting our neighbourhood and greenery is not government’s responsibility,
but of each one of us. Calling plastic pollution as worst enemy of Arunachal village
and town, she reminded them that Medo was once a salubrious and enchanting little
town. Future generation would not forgive us if we do not do our bit to have it recover
its past green glory.
Medo bazaar secretary appreciated all other members of Medo bazaar for spiritedly
joining the programme and agreeing to ‘Care A Tree’ in the barren Medo market. He
also complimented the young reader activists for spreading the message of caring
for trees among their elders.
Landslides snap Yingkiong-Mariyang-Pasighat road
YINGKIONG, June 10: Surface communication between Yingkiong-Mariyang-Pasighat has
been cut off due to road blockade along NH-513 caused by massive landslides at various
Massive landslides have been reported in Bodak, Padu and Silli village areas which
will take several days to restore the road for normal traffic, said PWD, Yingkiong
Massive landslide has also been reported on Yingkiong-Palling road via Gette, Pugging
and Likor villages blocking the road at many points. The streams and rivulets have
also washed away small bridges and culverts.
Reports are also received from various departments about damage of drains and culverts,
electric lines, water supply channels and pipe lines from Yingkiong, Tuting and Mariyang
town. Damages and loss of agriculture and horticulture crops have also been reported
from different villages of Upper Siang District. DIPRO
BJP’s Mahasampark Abhiyan Workshop
ITANAGAR, June 10: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s Mahasampark Abhiyan Workshop cum
Swachh Bharat Abhiyan for Upper Subansiri and Lower Subansiri district was conducted
at Sinyik Hall, Daporijo on June 8.
As part of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, a cleanliness drive was organised at Daporijo to
clean the road from Cooperative point to Post Office.
Dominic Tadar, State General Secretary, Vijay Sonam, State Secretary cum Pradesh
Sampark Sah Pramukh, Tapen Siga, former BJP State President and ex-MLA, Tapa Dadi,
BJP District President Upper Subansiri, MB Siga, General Secretary, BJP District
Unit Upper Subansiri, Nani Lajie, Pradesh Sampark Pramukh of Mahasampark Abhiyan,
Kuru Tai, BJP Regional President of Subansiri Region, Ramesh Kaddaganchi, State General
Secretary (Org) participated in the workshop.
The programme was also attended by district and mandal level office bearers, party
workers and cadres.
DDMA reviews disaster preparedness
PASIGHAT, June 10: East Siang District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has decided
to organise disaster management exercises soon in the district.
Presiding over a meeting to review disaster preparedness in the district, East Siang
Deputy Commissioner Nidhi Srivastava informed that administration is all set to conduct
the biggest-ever disaster management exercises by conducting mock drills on earthquake
in and around DC’s office and practical demonstrations on pre and post flood safety
measures at Mer and Gadum villages in association with DDMA and defense forces.
DMO Dr. M Perme, and DRCHO Dr. T Gao gave some important health tips and also precautionary
measures to avert or minimise damage during natural calamities.
ZPC Kaling Dai and SP (in-charge) Tab Techi also spoke and shared their suggestions.
The meeting was participated by personnel from army, CRPF, police, medical officers,
PRIs and councilors. DIPRO
Press statement not politically motivated:ABSU
ITANAGAR, June 10: All Bori Students Union (ABSU) has called upon Kaying Payum Area
Development Committee (KPADC) to work together for development of their areas instead
of defending the MLA.
Claiming that there was no any political motive behind the press statement released
earlier, ABSU in a release said that it had just reminded their MLA of his duty and
responsibilities towards the people of his own constituency since the area is still
devoid of basic facilities like electricity, proper road connectivity, proper healthcare,
Meet on NERPAP held
ROING, June 10: To ensure an error free and authenticated electoral roll, a training
on National Electoral Roll Purification and Authentication Programme (NERPAP) was
conducted by District Election Office here today.
The Election Commission of India has given top priority to maintenance of electoral
rolls to avoid any defects and errors such as multiple entries, repeating images,
repeating EPIC number, etc. that still exist. And to avoid this, ECI launched NERPAP
on March 3 this year with a clear timeline and well defined goal.
BLOs were also asked to conduct special camps on every third Sunday of the month
at their respective polling station.
Mary Nanom Taloh, CO, all the EROs, AEROs, and BLOs attended the training programme.
MLA visits landslide victims and Itanagar Mosque
ITANAGAR, June 10: Local MLA and Parliamentary Secretary Techi Kasso alongwith Councilor
(Ward No 5) Taba Yall Nabam today visited Ajin Colony, where two persons of a family
were buried alive by a landslide yesterday.
Both the MLA and the councilor met the wife and son of late Shankar, who were battling
for their lives at RK Mission Hospital here.
The MLA provided some financial assistance to the victim duo as an immediate relief.
The Chief Minister has already announced ex-gratia of Rs. 4 Lakhs to them.
The MLA also inspected all landslide affected areas and appealed to the public to
stay alert and shift to a safer place until the situation improves, informed the
Meanwhile, Itanagar Techi Kaso along with Councillor (Ward 13) Techi Mema today visited
Jama Mosque, Ganga. The mosque faces serious threat from landslide and is in danger
of collapsing anytime. The team took stock of the situation for further preventive
Six arrested in EE office vandalisation case
ITANAGAR, June 10: Nirjuli Police has arrested all the six alleged accused for the
attack on Executive Engineer (Power), Nirjuli division and office vandalisation case.
After being informed about the incident, Police swung into action and arrested Tana
Tamar, Teri Takar, Tana Sanju, Tana Tahe, Nabam Tado Hina and Sanam Tana Tara, informed
City SP Seju P Kuruvilla.
The accused have been remanded to police custody for further investigation.
A case has been registered in this connection under section 448/341/333/427/395/34
IPC r/w sec.3 of PDPP Act at Nirjuli Police Station.
The miscreants had attacked Executive Engineer Ajay Murtem in his office yesterday
evening and also damaged office equipments.
In another incident, Naharlagun Police has arrested one Ratnesh Kumar Pandey on charges
of faking his own kidnapping.
The arrested person, a tuition master by profession of Doimukh, reportedly planned
the fake kidnapping to resolve family problem, the SP said.
A fresh case has been registered at Naharlagun Police Station Under Section 182/195/211
IPC against the person for misguiding the police by giving false and fabricated evidence.
He has been remanded to police custody for detailed interrogation.
DIET building under landslide threat
ITANAGAR, June 10: The nature’s fury has continuously battered the Capital region
over the last week. The District Institute of Educational Training (DIET) at Papu
Nallah is under the threat of landslide on all four sides of the hillock it is situated.
The portion of road connecting to DIET has remained cutoff. One class room block
is on the verge of collapse as a portion of wall has caved in. Last year the residents
of girls and boys hostel and teacher quarters had to be shifted to other buildings
as cracks in the structures developed. The teachers and students at the education
training institute are facing imminent difficulties as examinations are scheduled
on June 16 2015.
Orgs condemn attack on engineer
ITANAGAR, June 10: The Confederation of Service Associations of Arunachal Pradesh
(CoSAAP) has strongly condemned the barbaric assault on Executive Engineer Ajay
Murtem and colleagues by a group of six people and damaging the CCTV camera, computer
and furniture on 9th June during office hour.
CoSAAP urged that the concerned authority to book the culprits under the “strongest
sections of law”. Magistrates should not grant them bail until and unless their pre-planned
intensions are fully investigated and revealed, it added while urging the Home Department
to deploy elaborate security personnel in all Works Department so that repeated physical
assault on Engineers are stopped.
The CoSAAP team headed by its President, Pate Marik has visited the EE Power office
Nirjuli and met the victims who were also assaulted by the group and also met Chief
Engineer (Power) J. Tato.
CoSAAP said that it was a pre planned attack on the employees.
The culprits have also snatched the handbag of the engineer containing lots of valuable
documents and threw it away in the jungle.
The CoSAAP team has also met the OC in-charge of Nirjuli Police Station and appreciated
the prompt action taken by the Police.
The Arunachal Pradesh Graduate Engineers Association (APGEA) and Unemployed Arunachalee
Engineers Association (UAEA) have strongly condemned the assault on Ajay Murtem,
executive engineer, power department. In separate press releases, both the organisations
called for appropriate action against the person involved in such heinous act. “It
is very unfortunate that engineers of the state have been attacked repeatedly. However
no single concrete action has been taken against any perpetrators by the law enforcing
agency so far,” the APGEA stated in a release.
Meanwhile, All Nyishi Youth Association (ANYA) has condemned the assault on the EE
(Power) Electrical Division, Nirjuli, Ajay Murtem and demanded arrest of all the
culprits involved in the incident and to award them exemplary punishment.
ANYA called upon youths to refrain from indulging in such activities which bring
bad name to the society.
It further demanded immediate arrest of perpetrators of the recent Behali incident
and appealed to both Assam and Arunachal Pradesh governments to find a lasting solution
to such problems. The association demanded early completion of the Seppa to Itanagar
road via Sagalee/Rilloh to end dependency on Assam roads.
Meanwhile, ANYA appealed to the concern authorities to extend all possible help to
the landslide affected persons and residents affected by incessant rainfall. It further
urged the district administration to conduct disaster awareness programmes to avert
any disaster situation like landslides.
Call all party meeting over stapled visa issue, ACS tells Govt
ITANAGAR, June 10: After managing to draw the Centre’s attention on the stapled visa
issue by staging a protest rally at New Delhi near the Chinese Embassy recently,
Arunachal Civil Society (ACS) today demanded the state government to call an all
party meeting to discuss over the issue. ACS claimed that no politicians, be it the
ruling BJP in the Centre and Congress in the State have so far come forward to resolve
the long pending issue with the Chinese authorities.
Addressing a press conference here this afternoon, ACS chairman Patey Tayum stated
that the state government should bring all the legislators irrespective of party
into confidence to sign a resolution against the stapled visa issue. Terming stapled
visa issue, as identity crisis of the Arunachalees, ACS Chairman said, people should
come forward to raise this issue.
He further said that the issue is no longer confined in Arunachal rather it has become
a national issue. Tayum disclosed that Indian Forum against Staples Visa has been
formed after the Delhi protest to carry forward the issue, which is being participated
by volunteers from nine states. “ACS is trying to create awareness on stapled visa
among the people of India”, said Toko Mina ACS member.
Earlier in its strong worded representation to the Chinese Ambassador, ACS unequivocally
stated that Arunachal is an integral part of undivided India culturally since time
immemorial. ACS also stated that Arunachal is the 24th State of Union Republic of
India. People in Arunachal have been participating in the democratic exercise of
India in selecting their own state government and the members of parliament.
ACS will be submitting a representation to the Chief Minister Nabam Tuki on the issue
seeking his intervention to expedite for permanent solution so that Arunachalees
should not be deprived in accessing regular Chinese visa.
Killing in the name of revenge
Seppa, June 10: Sometime past 2 AM on June 6, two gunshots rang out near the Bazaar
Line area in Seppa, the headquarter of East Kameng district.
An hour and a half later, the police station received an anonymous call informing
that two persons lay dead at the DUDA tourist lodge near the market. A police team
led by DSP Bomto Kamdak and investigating officer CA Namchoom rushed to the spot
and found one body in room number 108, and another, wrapped in a Chinese blanket,
near the lodge’s entrance gate. Upon searching the bodies, the police found identity
The body with the bullet mark on the head was identified as that of Alang Sario,
22, and the other body, which bore deep gashes and had half of its skull missing,
was identified as that of Chogung Sario, 52.
The police linked the murders to the recent killing of one Choya Lamnio by one Fayang
Sario, who is currently booked under 302/201/34IPC R/W section 27 Arms Act. The two
murdered persons at the tourist lodge were identified as Fayang’s father and brother.
They had been killed in retaliation.
Sources said that on May 17 last Choya, 52, along with five men had gone to Sapapuh
jungle in Khenewa area to collect medicinal plants. The group was carrying an SBBL
gun. Five days later, the party returned to Lamnio village, but without Choya. The
men told his relatives that he had gone missing.
Choya’s son and other relatives went to the jungle in search of the mission person;
but despite their efforts they found no clue of Choya’s whereabouts.
Suspecting foul play by the five men, Choya’s relatives brought them to the Seppa
police station, where one of them confessed during interrogation that he had accidentally
shot Choya with the SBBL gun and later concealed his body in the jungle.
A case was registered and the police arrested all five for the alleged murder of
On the evening of June 5, Choya’s son Pritam Lamnio booked a room in the DUDA tourist
lodge. Some hours later, he along with two or three others brought Chogung Sario
and Alang Sario from Type-I Colony to the tourist lodge in a vehicle owned by one
Atum Lamnio. The father and son were detained at the lodge, apparently on the pretext
of holding discussions under customary law. They were reportedly murdered by Pritam
Lamnio and others with firearms and machetes sometime after two o’clock in the morning.
They then tried to carry away Alang Sario’s body, which bore bullet injuries, to
another location. But on seeing the movement of vehicles on the road nearby, they
left the body near the tourist lodge’s gate. Police said Chogung Sario must have
been attacked with a dao while he was asleep as there was no sign of struggle in
Pritam Lamnio, Senia Lamnio and Atum Lamnio have since been arrested for the duo’s
murder and booked under 302/34IPC R/W section 27 Arms Act.
“The vehicle used by the accused during commission of crime has been seized and investigation
is going on for recovering the firearms and the machetes,” Kamdak said.
Tibetan Home Minister visits Bomdila
Bomdila, June 10: Home Minister, Tibetan Govt in Exile, Gyari Dolma has expressed
gratitude to the Govt. of India and the people of Arunachal Pradesh for the humanitarian
assistance extended to the Tibetans in the State in a meeting with the Tibetan community
She also advised the Tibetan refugees, that they must at all time comply with the
law of land.
J. Wangdi, Chairman, DOKAA (Chos-Rig) GoAP, representatives of Bharat-Tibetan Sayog
Manch, Indo- Tibetan Friendship Society, Education Support Group (Sheyon Gyapkyor),
senior monks of Tawang Monastery and public of Tawang were also present in the meeting.
APYC condemns demand for CM’s resignation, President’s Rule in state
ITANAGAR, June 10: Arunachal Pradesh Youth Congress (APYC) strongly condemned the
demands made by some organisations for imposing President’s Rule in the state and
resignation of the Chief Minister.
“These newly-floated organisations, without understanding the meaning of President’s
Rule and its implications on the State, are singing to the tune of the Bharatiya
Janata Party. This clearly shows that the demands of such organisations are politically
motivated and tinged with ulterior motives,” APYC said in a release.
Interestingly, our State has often witnessed mushrooming of such opportunistic organisations
during political upheavals. These organisations can mislead certain sections of the
society but not the Governor, it said.
The organisations should back their allegations with facts and figures, instead of
beating around the bush. The Congress Party and State government will welcome the
instituting of any inquiry if these organisations come up with evidence for their
allegations, the youth Congress said.
The Congress Party will not protect any of its leaders if they are found guilty,
it said and appealed to these organisations to exercise the minimal self-restraint
before going ahead with baseless allegations.
The allegations over non-payment of salaries to government employees are baseless.
Barring a few categories of employees engaged in centre-based projects, the salaries
of all other employees are being disbursed on a regular basis. Student’s stipends
are also being disbursed regularly, it said.
Moreover, there are appropriate bodies to raise these questions, if there is indeed
any foul play.
“We must understand that all the ongoing projects were sanctioned by the UPA Govt.
Some of the projects are halfway complete only because of the fact that the remaining
installments have not been released after the BJP-led Govt came to power at the Centre”
the release said.
The APYC appealed to all the stakeholders, including students' unions, civil society
groups and NGOs, to stand hand-in-hand in these testing times of heavy rainfall and
floods in every part of the state, and strive together to overcome the odds posed
by nature. Indulging in cheap political blame-games will not yield anything, it added.
The associations should engage themselves in social services to prove their existence,
instead of seeking to indulge in political crossfires amongst the political parties,
the release added.
Valedictory function of North East NSS festival
Nararlagun, June 10: Manipur emerged as the best team in the week-long North East
National Service Scheme (NSS) Festival which concluded at NERIST, Nirjuli today.
Suraj Kumar Oinam of Manipur was adjudged as the best male NSS volunteer while Arunachal’s
Koj Mary was chosen as the best female NSS volunteer.
About 300 NSS volunteers from all the eight North Eastern states participated in
the festival which started on June 6.
Parliamentary Secretary for IPR and Education, Bamang Feliex who attended the valedictory
function, urged all the participants to share ideas, knowledge and cultures through
such programme to know each other better. He further urged the participating youths
to spread the message of peace, love and brotherhood among the people of the region
and the country.
He also highlighted the role and relevance of NSS in making the world a better place
to live in.
Earlier, he released the Festival Souvenir.
Earlier Secretary Education, Marnya Ete in his speech said NSS is a student Youth
Service programme which aims at arousing social consciousness of students with overall
objective of personality development through community service. The NSS festival
will be very helpful for NSS volunteers of North East to understand each other better.
He advised the participants to take back whatever knowledge they have acquired to
their respective state and tell them to their fellow citizens.
Director Higher and Technical Education, Tejum Padu while sharing his seven years
experience as NSS Programme Officer, said, the NSS volunteers can play a crucial
role, if they wish, in transforming the society. Describing NSS as strength and force
of the nation, he urged the NSS volunteers to stand together in nation building.
CM calls on Sonia
NEW DELHI, June 10: Chief Minister Nabam Tuki called on Congress President Sonia
Gandhi and Vice President Rahul Gandhi at New Delhi today. He was accompanied by
cabinet ministers Pema Khandu and Thangwang Wangham and legislators Karya Bagang,
P.D Sona, Phurpa Tsering, Jambey Tashi, Dikto Yekar and Nyamar Karbak.
The Congress President advised the delegation to diligently work towards overall
development in the State.
She also discussed various issues pertaining to strengthening the Party at the grassroots
in planned manner and called for proper co-ordination between the Party and the Government.
There were also detailed discussions on the Party’s plans to celebrate the 125th
Birth Anniversaries of Jawaharlal Nehru and Dr. B.R Ambedkar.
The delegation invited the Congress President to visit the state and she assured
that she would make a visit to Arunachal Pradesh soon.
Later in the day, the delegation called on Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi and
discussed various issues related to the Party.
In the meeting, it was decided that the Vice President would attend a Joint Convention
of Congress frontal wings Arunachal Pradesh Youth Congress, Arunachal Pradesh Congress
Seva Dal and NSUI in the state in September this year.
A ‘Lesson’ to terror groups, says India while Myanmar denies claim
New Delhi, June 10: A day after Army carried out the first of its kind surgical strike
in Myanmar, Government today said India's response is a "lesson" to all militant
groups that it will not hesitate in going beyond its borders to eliminate terrorists.
As the pre-dawn cross-border operation appeared to signal a possible change in India's
counter-terrorism approach, the Government also said it has "zero tolerance" towards
terror and terror organisations.
In the first such cross-border operation, special forces of the army in coordination
with the air force yesterday carried out a surgical strike inside Myanmar, killing
insurgents of the groups believed to be responsible for the ambush in Manipur that
left 18 soldiers dead. A total of 38 insurgents were killed in the strike, according
to latest reports.
Elite commandos of the army in coordination with the air force went a few kilometres
inside Myanmarese territory to destroy two camps of insurgents hiding there after
their attacks in Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh last week by suspected NSCN(K) and
Meanwhile, Myanmar today denied media reports that Indian forces had attacked militants
inside its territory and said it would not tolerate rebel groups using its soil to
Zaw Htay, Director of Myanmar's presidential office, said: "According to the information
sent by Myanmar Army battalions on the ground, we have learned that the military
operation was performed on the Indian side at India-Myanmar border," he said.
"Myanmar will not accept any foreigner who attacks neighbouring countries in the
back and creates problems by using our own territory," he added. PTI
The incident of assaults on government officials continues unabated in the state.
In the latest such incident, yesterday Executive Engineer Power department, Nirjuli
division was assaulted by a group of people. The incident took place in the evening
hour at his office. As per the report, group of seven boys attacked him and also
ransacked office over a work order issue.
Today police arrested all the accused and have put them behind the bar. The incident
has been condemned by everyone. Every time such incident takes place condemnation
pours in from cross section of the society. However apart from condemnation, no concentrate
action takes place. After few days everyone forgets about the incident and moves
on. The criminals also get bail easily which further emboldens them. But the question
is how long such casual attitude towards crime will continue? Besides ensuring stringent
punishment to the criminals, the society also needs to socially boycott such outlawed
persons. Unless elders come out and properly guide the young generation Arunachalees,
the situation will only get worse in days to come. People of Arunachal should understand
that violence is not the solution to the problem. They should seek legal help to
fight if they feel discriminated.
---- Readers Forum ----
Retrospect and then comment
In response to the title “Give them a chance too” which was published on 3rd June’2015
in your esteemed daily. We would like to apprise that, whatever published was not
authentic as well as do not reflect the ground reality of GHSS Rumgong.
According to one Nini Tapak, the reasons for the results of school being poor was
because of poor teaching as well as irregularities by the subject teachers.
Here we would like to clarify that we have never neglected our teaching whatever
subjects/topics is assigned to us. Moreover all the teachers are well qualified &
produce good pass percentage for last couple of years. In such a scenario, how can
you say that our teaching was poor? And there is no question of irregularities of
subject teachers as we have taught regularly in every possible way.
Second reason was non completion of syllabus. In this regard, last year there were
only 4 subject teachers (PGTs) i.e., in English, Hindi, History & Geography. The
English (PGT) was on maternity leave and the three subject teachers have completed
the syllabus on the scheduled time & some teachers have done revision too.
Third reason was some teachers never turn up to the school throughout the year.
Surprisingly, the above reason has shocked and disheartened us as it questions sincerity
& dedication. If there was/were any teacher(s) who did not turn up throughout the
year then let us know the fact. We ask you who was/were those teacher(s).
Fourth reason was some teachers teaches the students for 2-3 weeks & goes off on
leave. In this connection, there is a provision for every govt. employees that he/she
can avail leave. Accordingly, we hardly applied for leave, only in case of exigency,
since most of the teachers belonged to far off places. In addition to that we have
always resumed our respective duty on time.
According to Tapak, in class 10, there were 35 students, 8 were able to pass. Actually,
there were 31 students & 8 students have qualified but that doesn’t mean that rest
have failed instead they have been placed in EIOP. Further, according to him in class
12 there were 42 students, 19 passed, 10 compt. &13 failed but the fact is, there
were 44 students, 27 passed, 07 compt. & 10 failed.
Therefore, instead of blaming & criticizing the teachers of GHSS Rumgong, Tapak must
retrospect and ask what he has done for the good cause of school & its students.
So, we definitely would like to ask the writer how many times he has gone to the
authorities for filling up the vacant positions of subjects teachers in Economics(PGT),
Pol/Science (PGT),Maths(TGT),Science (TGT), Pol/Science (TGT),Economics (TGT),History(TGT)
Teachers of GHSS
This release is in response to your article published on 4th June 2015 captioned
“BJP Dismisses NYP Claim”. In this connection we would like to clarify that NYP is
sincerely monitoring and working for the success of the Community Horticulture Farming
for Livelihood Generation project covering 125 villages in Anjaw district sanctioned
by NABARD. Our staff and beneficiaries are working together for the success of the
project. The project will be implemented over six years in 2 phases covering 1016
tribal families in Anjaw. In the first phase 656 families are being assisted for
development of one acre plot of land for cultivation of horticulture and large cardamom
crops. As per terms and conditions of sanction, financial assistance is released
in 6 monthly intervals based on physical requirements as per the approved plan. The
project was launched on 2nd December 2014 and in the first implementation during
6 month we have been able to complete all the assigned work such as distribution
of apple, orange, kiwi, plum and large cardamom to all the 656 beneficiaries. Also
have organised various trainings, exposure visits in Gujarat and Dirang-Bomdila-Tawang
for identified farmers. Other interventions like distribution of water purifier fly
shuttle loom, PVC pipe etc will commence shortly. Regarding press statement
of NYP that we had provided market linkage to cardamom farmers in the year 2011-12,
Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh certified the achievement of sale of Rs. 1.76 crore by
the members of the 2 farmers clubs in Goiliang.
We are sharing all information with District Administration and submitting regular
reports to NABARD office (financing agency).
NABARD is monitoring the project closely and the misuse of funds or any other shortcomings
will not arise. NYP head office is also looking after all the activities directly.
As per the monitoring of the project is concerned, there is a project monitoring
committee in this regard and the program reports are addressed in the meetings of
the committee. We assure that we will leave no stone unturned to bring overall success
of the project in Anjaw.
National Youth Project
Need for revolutionary shift towards natural and organic foods
This Maggi debate turns to be an eye opener!
Best food for human health: Natural or industrially processed? Artificial Chemically
Contaminated or godly gifted naturals?
This health hazards posed by Maggi is just the tip of iceberg. Human body is a natural
body and the natural foods in its unaltered state are the best for health without
any harmful effects. Because, this is naturally created body, Mother Nature has the
best composition of needed chemicals in the form of endowments of natural foods compared
to the artificially created varieties for its healthiness. The Super science & Technology
of Mother Nature is the perfect one to give perfect food produce.
This Maggi controversy is just tip of the iceberg. All the industrially processed
are definitely inferior and hence potentially harmful to health of natural body.
Human Science lacks perfection and the yardstick of healthiness of any industrially
altered food will keep on changing but the potential risk and damages to human health
is absolute. Human Science lacks perfection to manufacture food items that is without
harmful side effects. Human Science & Technology will never ever reach the perfection
to trace all the harmful effects of industrially processed foods on human health
but health hazards can be minimised tremendously with perfection. Proponents of human
development and those in authorities across the globe need to infuse indispensable
change in management of food resources.
All the food processing industries and products need to be gradually phased out from
human civilisation to reap revolutionary benefit in human and public health. That
way, agriculture & horticulture will also need drastic changes in its approach towards
localisation in production and distribution within proximity to areas of human settlements
so that garden fresh food items are readily made available without need for processing.
Farming techniques need to gradually shift towards artificial chemical free organic
farming. The foods that is available to human today all around the world are factually
akin to dangerous slow poison being contaminated with harmful artificial chemicals
during production, processing and storage. The focus need to be towards production
and distribution of organic, natural food items. And that is where the field of agriculture,
horticulture that is seriously underestimated assumes the greatest importance and
challenge to human civilisation and its propagation. On its part, the people, consumers
can imbibe wisdom towards healthier natural and organic foods to stay healthier.
Obviously, the huge number of people engaged in food processing and allied industries,
distribution & trading will be hurt, but those can be productively relocated if the
changes are gradually infused. A revolutionary shift towards natural and organic
foods for human will reap tremendous health benefits for the humanity.
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