Chief Minister should respect freedom of expression: ACR
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu’s statement that anti dam protesters
are anti Arunachal have evoked strong reaction from Arunachal Citizen’s Right. So
long as the anti-dam protests are democratic and voiced within the ambit of constitutional
democracy – the freedom of right to ex-pression and freedom of right to live - no
Constitutional authority has the right to call them anti-State or anti-government.
In today’s democracy, the State and its government is bound by its best practices
to listen to the voices of its people and not ignore them. After all the government
is of the people, by the people and for the people, it said.
In a press statement on Thursday, Chief Minister had said that anti-dam protestors
are anti-Arunachalee and politically motivated.
Chief Minister should accept and listen to the anti-dam protests in that spirit of
democratic and consensual decision making, said its Chairman Bamang Tago in a statement.
Respecting protests and listening to them is the hallmark of democracy; protests
within the tribal society indicate lack of consensus in decision making.
Arunachal Pradesh, today, is a nascent state, trying to move cautiously towards the
path of growth and development that would bring real and both qualitative and quantitative
change in the lives and livelihood of the tribes and indigenous people of Arunachal
Pradesh. Therefore, development planning, governance and decision making cannot be
imposed from the top by a handful of people in the government and the bureaucracy,
Today, the world over, the international community and country governments have come
forward to protect and conserve our world’s forests to halt rapid change in climate
and emission of carbon; where as in Arunachal Pradesh with one of the highest forest
cover and pristine forests and biodiversity hotspots, is looking towards a specter
of destruction of thousands of hectares of community managed forests and biodiversity
with the proposal of more than 100 large hydro projects coming in, Tago said.
Prices of essential commodities fixed
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: In a laudable move, city administration today fixed the prices
of essential market commodities which would be circulated very soon. The rates have
been fixed after a threadbare discussion with representatives from Arunachal Chamber
of Commerce and Industry and various market welfare committees, said an official
Enforcement committees for each market headed by the concerned administrative officer
with police and representatives of market welfare committees have been constituted
for strict enforcement of the fixed rate. They will visit the market to ensure that
the commodities are sold as per the approved rates. Violators would be fined, the
release said and also appealed to the consumers to lodge complaint in case of violation
of the fixed rates by any vendor or trader.
It is worth mentioning here that soaring prices of essential commodities in the markets
of twin capital city of Itanagar and Naharlagun in the recent times has hard hit
the poor and middle class and it became a burning issue for all the city dwellers.
The Chief Minister yesterday had said that there has to be uniform prices of essential
commodities that was affordable for all.
NCP demands action against Home Minister
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: Nationalist Congress Party has demanded action from the government
against Home Minister Tako Dabi for his alleged anti people activities. In a resolution
submitted to the Governor Gen J J Singh,the party said that Home Minister has discriminated
the people based on political affiliations.
The party’s Nari- Koyu unit further alleged that Home Minister made inflammatory
speeches and threatened jail terms to those who opposed his candidature during the
recent election and threats of discharging Gaon Burahs from their jobs.
The party while demanding resignation of the Home Minister added that proceedings
should be initiated against him for violation of constitutional norms and misuse
of public property.
The party further alleged that Home Minister is missing the services of the Police
department by using them to carry out activities which do not come under their ambit.
The party further gave 15 days time to the government to initiate action.
RGUSU gives VC a week’s time to leave campus
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: Rajiv Gandhi University Students Union has given seven days time
to the Vice Chancellor Prof. K.C Belliappa, to leave the campus. The students said
that students have tolerated “acts of nepotism, favoritism and negligence of duty
for the last 3 years” and that time has come to all this to end. The students alleged
that his inability to execute time bound project has left crores of developmental
funds unutilized in the last three years.
The students further alleged that there were instances of nepotism and favoritism
in appointments of faculty members.
The Union claimed that HRD Ministry and state government is indirectly insisting
that the present VC may be allowed to complete five year terms.
The Union further said that meeting with the committee formed by the state govt to
discuss the imbroglio have not resulted in a positive solution.
NABARD workshop on Commodity Trading
Call for farmer friendly policy
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) organized
a state level workshop for the farmers and NGOs of Arunachal Pradesh to create awareness
on Commodity Trading (Market) at SIRD conference here hall today. Many speakers advocated
for farmer friendly policy.
Briefing about the key issue, NABARD General Manager BG Mukhopa-dhyaya said the workshop
mainly aimed at sentisizing the farmers on commodity exchanges and trading, educating
them on nitty-gritty of trading and marketing and basic information on credit and
marketing facilities. He lamented that farmers of Arunachal Pradesh are not getting
or given the right information in regards to the facilities being extended to them
by the government. He also rued the lack of crop insurance schemes in Arunachal Pradesh.
“We must protect the interest of the farmers to meet the expectations,” he said,
adding that NABARD with the ‘farmer first’ motto is striving hard to promote the
cause of farmers. Mukhopadhyaya said that
“Commodity Markets are markets where raw products are exchanged. These raw commodities
are traded on regulated commodities exchanges in which they are bought and sold in
standardized contracts.” According to him priority areas for farming sector are credit,
technology, and market. He expressed the hope that with the launching of electronic
commodity exchange programme lots of farmers would get benefits.
While giving an overall scenario of agriculture sector in the state, Agriculture
Director T Basar said a fundamental shift of policy is the need of the hour to bring
a change and for being self-sufficient in food. He said that pro-farmer initiatives
should come from the top level. Expressing resentment over inactiveness of the existing
agriculture market boards at state and district levels, Basar advocated for immediate
revamping of the boards to make them efficient and farmer-friendly.
Taking a dig at leading banks, Basar said that farmers had to toil hard to avail
banks loan while some influential parties are availing the benefit on easy way. He
urged bankers to look into the matter and help deserving farmers in getting loans
Meanwhile, Basar urged farmers to avail the benefits from the Krishi Vikash Kendras
(KVKs) functioning in the state to enhance agricultural productivity by way of availing
and getting training facilities and other informations related to agriculture.
Samsuddin Laskar, Managing Director, Arunachal Pradesh Co-operative Marketing Federation
briefed about his department’s effort to convert Arunachal Pradesh from consumer
state to a producing state and transformation of technology from laboratory to land.
APCMF Deputy General Manager A.K. Pasharji and Associate Director of SIRD Rakesh
Srivastava also participated in the programme. (with input from DIPR)
ATA places grievances, welcome move to revamp education sector
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: Assuring cooperation to the state Education Minister to revamp
education sector and welcoming move to enact Education Bill, the Arunachal Teachers’
Association (ATA) has appealed the minister to redress the genuine grievances of
In a memorandum to the Education Minister, the Association said the cabinet decision
taken on Aug 7, 2009 be modified for 50 per cent promotional scope for in-service
AT(A), 25 per cent direct recruitment by APPSC and 25 from among JTs of SSA.
Reminding the earlier representations made during 2009, the Association said that
there should be guest houses/transit camps for teachers at each district headquarters.
It demanded that separate directorate of adult education for the better promotional
scope of the DAEOs be created besides doing justice to the seniors while appointing
HM or VP and regularization of SSA teachers in the state.
Magistrate submits report on Palin
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: A Magisterial Enquiry constituted by the State Govt. for probing
into the incident of fire accident at a private hostel at Palin on February 10 has
submitted its report to the government today.
10 minor children were burnt to death and another 6 seriously injured, including
the hostel owner and the hostel warden. DC, Papum Pare Bidol Tayeng and Principal,
PTC, Banderdewa Chukhu Apa was ordered to conduct the enquiry. During the enquiry,
the Enquiry Officers have examined all possibilities of the fire due to accident
or arson. The Enquiry Officers have examined number of witnesses including the survivors,
parents of the victims, the hostel owner, the warden, servants, public, local administration
and Police at Palin, Itanagar and in Assam, said a release by Tayeng.
Reservation for women will ensure greater participation: Tuki
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: Speaking at the All India Congress Committee meeting in Delhi today,
president of Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee Nabum Tuki has said that passing
of Women’s Reservation Bill in the Rajya Sabha was a historic moment and will ensure
greater participation of women at all level. He appreciated the Congress govt for
paving way for reservation of seats for women in Assembly and Parliament after municipalities
and Panchayat. The people of Arunachal Pradesh in general and the Congress Party
in particular are whole heartedly behind you in support of this Bill, he added.
He further informed that 125th Centenary celebration of Congress Foundation Day has
been started already in Arunachal Pradesh and as per the directives have decided
to organize meetings, seminars in all the District He further added that Congress
Bhawan would come up in all Districts of Arunachal Pradesh within two years time.
Construction committee has been constituted in five Districts, he added.
IWD celebrated at Rayuk
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: Recently International Women’s Day (IWD) was celebrated in Rayuk
village of Palin circle in Kurung Kumey District. It was jointly organized by Arunachal
Citizens Right (ACR) together with Palin based NGO Ringtey Denney Society (RDS) and
Naharlagun based Action Aid Society Arunachal (AASA). The main objective of celebrating
this event in one of the remotest area of state was to bring awareness and promote
rights of the women and to encourage the rural mass. It is worth mentioning that
the residents of this village are Purioks or better known as Sulungs who for decades
has been living under subjugation because of the prevalence and dominance of the
age old tradition and customary practices.
The three NGO’s decided to celebrate the day with a difference by creating awareness
among both women and man. While speaking on the occasion Ribbi Riba from ACR told
the gathering to be united and assertive while demanding the rights provided to them
under the Indian Constitution and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Rima Labia from Ringtey Denney Society stressed on the importance of education in
modern world. According to her the root cause of all evil’s are illiteracy and poverty,
she exhorted on the people to educate their children. She also promised to sponsor
the education of a girl child from Rayuk village apart from the two boy’s she been
providing free education for the last three years.
AASA participant Joy Padi has also stressed for the need of forming an effective
Self Help Group (SHG) to mitigate the problem of poverty. She also assured villagers
of initiating a training of mushroom cultivation for income generation for sustainable
development of the people who are mainly dependent on hunting and farming on a very
ABK bans hunting and fishing
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: Adi Bane Kebang has decided to impose total ban on any type of
fishing and hunting in Adi belt. It also decided to restrict fishing during breeding
The Kebang further concerned over decreasing numbers of birds and animal in the Adi
belt decided to impose ban on hunting of birds and animal during normal time. It
shall be open only in festival period of the society for a maximum period of 15 days
only. Appealing the community to abide by the decision, ABK said defaulters will
be reported to the district administration for action under appropriate provisions
of law. However traditional fishing and hunting has been exempted from the Kebang’s
Governor calls for alternative farming practice, protection of mithun
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: Appreciating the concreted effort of officials of District Administration
and Department of Environment and Forest and Gaon Burahs in preventing forest fire
in nearby hills of Capital Complex, Governor Arunachal Pradesh Gen J J Singh has
said that the initiatives taken is very important step towards preservation and propagation
of precious natural vegetation. He said this while interacting with public leaders,
Goan Burahs, Panchayat leaders and officials of Environment and Forest Department
at Raj Bhavan here.
Realizing the importance of Jhuming amongst the agrarian community as means of livelihood,
Gen Singh proposed for some kind of schemes to discourage the farmers against the
It is the duty of forest, horticulture, veterinary and animal husbandry and agriculture
department to ensure that farmers practicing Jhumming have some means of sustainable
livelihood and do not suffer, Gen Singh pointed. He also asked the forest department
to ensure that every student in the State plants one plant a year.
While suggesting some sustainable alternative means , Governor urged upon them to
take up horticultural farming, medicinal plants and organic tea. As long time measure
on the patches leftover after Jhuming, he went on suggesting for planting of new
variety of teak, which gets matured in thirty years time, after Jhumming.
While appreciating the proposal suggested by the public leaders and goan burahs for
preservation of environment in the State by highlighting the importance of Mithun,
Governor agreed to take up in line of ‘Save Tiger, Save Forest’. Showing enthusiasm
on the proposal, Governor assured to take up the matter with the Prime Minister as
a pilot project. It is a national asset and care should be taken as it is found only
in this part of the world, he said.
Taking part in the discussion, Principal Chief Conservator of Forest (Wildlife) J.L.
Singh informed that to arrest Jhuming, a proposal is on the pipeline termed as ‘Agro-Horti-Forestry’
scheme, which is been prepared to compensate the effected people. Highlighting on
it, Singh said, it will be a joint effort by the departments and the effected people,
wherein highland will be used for aforestation programme and the lowland for terrace
cultivation, such as wet rice cultivation. Earlier, with the help of PowerPoint presentation,
Lala Techi explained in detail on the proposal ‘Save Mithun’ and the socio-economic
importance of Mithun in Arunachalees communities. Due to Jhuming, unregulated extraction
of forest resources, human settlement, forest fire, urbanization and change in land
use pattern, the Mithun habitat is getting destroyed, he said.
President Arunachal Chambers of Commerce and Industries, Techi advocated for demarcation
of areas locally called ‘Lura’ under the project, with proper fencing.
Papum Pare Krishi Vigyan Kendra Programme Coordinator Dr. Taba Heli highlighted propagation
of Mithuns and other initiatives in the Mithun Farms, Sagalee with it’s Sub-centre
at Lichi. Dr. Taba informed that an average Mithun dam yields 1.5 litres milk and
it is equivalent to 3 litres milk of a cross-bred cow. Deputy Chief Wild Life Warden,
C.Loma and Borum Anchal Samiti Chairperson Gyamar Jeri also spoke on the occasion.
(PRO, Raj Bhavan)
Govt lauded on employees arrear
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: The Confederation of Service Association of Arunachal Pradesh (CoSAAP)
expressed its gratefulness to state Govt for honouring its demand by releasing 15
months arrear to the state Govt employees despite financial constraint.
The Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu yesterday announced the decision of the state Govt
to release remaining 15 months arrear for the period of April 1,2007 to June 30,
2008 to the employees within this fiscal.
The financial benefit would immensely boost the morale of the state Govt employees
resulting in good governance in the state, the CoSAAP said and appealed the employees
to reciprocate by working dedicatedly and sincerely.
Meanwhile, Arunachal Pradesh Congress Congress (APCC) and Arunachal Pradesh Secretariat
Employees Association (APSEA) also extended sincere thanks to the CM Dorjee Khandu
led-Govt for releasing final phase of 15 month arrear in cash within this fiscal.
Exhorting the Govt employees to cooperate with the Govt and discharge their duties
sincerely and with dedication, the APCC also thanked UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi,
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Union Finance Minister for extending interest free
loan of Rs 300 crore for implementation of 6th Pay Commission recommendation in state.
“Demarcate Govt land under Nari Sub-division”
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: Nari-Seren Anchal Block ZPM Kenyom Dabi has appealed the parliamentary
secretary, land management to take steps for demarcation and notification of Govt
land of the Nari and Telam townships which were donated by the people for infrastructure
Although the preliminary notification of the Nari township, which is the ADC Hqr,
was made in 1979, final notification is yet to be made due to administration hurdle,
the ZMP said while adding that the map of Telam township was also made in 1984, but
no initiative at sight for notification of the township area.
Nari sub-division in East Siang district being located in sensitive boundary area
bordering Dhemaji district, the demarcation and notification of Koyu EAC Hqs, New-Seren
CO Hqs, Kora Co Hqs, and land of middle, primary schools, football fields and grave
yard is necessary for proper infrastructure development, the ZMP said.
Union calls for posting of DC
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: Koloriang Damin Parsi-Parlo and Sarli Students’ Union (KDPSSU)
has criticized the absenteeism of Kurung Kumey DC and urged government to post a
new DC to set things move.
It further claimed that development process has been retarded significantly in the
area due to absence of a good administrator.
It has further has demanded replacement of the present OC of Koloriang Police Station
by a new one for his alleged failure to discharge duty properly.
The union alleged that the OC has miserably failed to discharge his duty and people
are not satisfied with him. It also urged the higher police authority to deploy more
personnel at the police station to maintain law and order situation smoothly.
ATSU calls for satellite township at Yachuli
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: Arunachal Tribal Students’ Union (ATSU) has demanded immediate
extension of the capital complex satellite township to Yachuli.
ATSU, in a memorandum submitted to chief minister stated that despite of laying the
foundation stone to extend the capital complex satellite township and office of the
director inspector general of police at Yachuli in 1999 for the western divisional
commissioner during the tenure of Mukut Mithi as chief minister, satellite township
status to Yachuli has not been effected till date. It appealed to the chief minister
to initiate and start working to extend the capital complex satellite township for
The memorandum further demanded empowerment of the newly created boundary commission
for settling Assam -Arunachal boundary disputes, a clear cut policy and constitution
of monitoring and vigilance committee on ILP involving administration, police and
EDP in Lohit
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: National Youth Project of Arunachal Pradesh in collaboration with
Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship (Guwahati) organised one day Entrepreneurship
Awareness Programme & 15 days Entrepreneurship Development Programme at Dadunjona
II under Lathao Circle of Lohit District. The programme was sponsored by Khadi &
Village Industries Commission, Itanagar. At least 20 trainees were selected from
the Awareness Camp for the 25 days EDP.
Association calls for reopening of school
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: Palin Area Youth Welfare Association (PAYWA) extended its support
to the Panchayat leaders of Palin Chambang, Yangte, Gangte, Tarak-Langdi circle regarding
immediate disbursement of compensation to the deceased and bereaved family members
of the Palin fire incident.
It further appealed the public of Palin area and victims Parents to cooperate with
the Don Bosco school authority for immediate re-opening of the school.
Training on quality planting materials and nursery management
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: A 3 days training cum demonstration programme on “Quality Planting
Materials and Nursery Management” was organized by Krishi Vigyan Kendra West Kameng,
Dirang, during March 10-12 at Khamkar village, West Kameng sponsored by NABARD, Itanagar.
Sixty delegates including state department official, resource persons, invitees,
KVK officials and farmers of the Khamkar area participated in the programe.
Programme Coordinator (PC) of KVK West Kameng, Dirang Dr. N. D. Singh, , briefed
the roles and functions of the KVK especially in the fields of Front Line Demonstration,
On-Farm Trial and training programme on agriculture and its allied sector in West
He also requested all the line Departments to cooperate with the KVK for the development
of the District farmers.
Inaugurating the programme as Chief Guest, Dr. K.K Baruah, Director of National Research
Centre on Yak, Dirang, West Kameng District, Arunachal Pradesh, encouraged the farmers
to adopt the integrated farming system for additional income generation.
Speaking as guest of honour, N. Phoichulpa, DHO, West Kameng District, Bomdila, Arunachal
Pradesh, stated that lack of good planting materials, marketing and transportation
problem of horticultural produce and economic poor condition of local farmer are
the bottle neck in commercial cultivation of horticultural crops in the region.
DHO, HDO, PC, Arvind Pratap SMS (Agronomy), Miss Toktel Boko SMS (Plant Protection)
and others were the resource persons at the technical session.
Eye camp at Daporijo
Daporijo, Mar 12: The District Health Society of Upper Subansiri conducted a 5 days
Mega Eye Camp at the Community Health Centre (CHC), Dumporijo from March 4. 43(forty
three) patients were operated upon and a huge number of general eye patients also
benefited during the eye camp The camp was organized under the initiative of the
DMO Dr. J. M. Boge and Medical Superintendent Dr. T. Taki.
The camp was inaugurated by T. Bodung, EAC Dumporijo who drew the attention of the
public on the need to take advantage of such camps and also gave his full cooperation
during the camp period.
The DMO explained to the people the importance and benefit of eye camps for 3 (three)
The visiting team included Dr. K. K. Deb, State Programme Officer, Dr. D. Grayu,
eye specialist (District Hospital, Ziro) and their team were welcomed and also thanked
by Dr. T. Taki. An appeal for conducting more such Eye Camps in the near future for
the benefit of the masses was also made. (DIPRO)
FPS appreciates Tassar
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: All Kurung Kumey District FPS Welfare Association appreciated the
Parliamentary Secretary food and civil supply Lokam Tassar for assuring to establish
separate FCI depot at Koloriang and Palin in the next financial year.
‘Fill up vacant posts’
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: All Arunachal Pradesh Unemployed Graduate Youth Association has
appealed all the departments to begin recruitment process to fill up the vacant posts
especially the ‘B’, ‘C’ & ‘D’ category posts during this fiscal and also appealed
the Govt to create new posts to absorb unemployed youths.
Bharta Scout & guide shines
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: State Head Quarter Bharat Scouts and Guides Arunachal Pradesh appreciated
the 48 members West Siang Scouts and Guides along with 4 others for winning grade
A in the Pageant show, state exhibition, integration and Grade B in other 8 activities
in the north east mini jamboree meet held at Tenhril, Mizoram recently.
Frontians in Japan
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: Frontier School, Ziro nominated Bapu Kabak and Leegang Unsheen,
Class X students for Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youth
Proramme Phase –III 2010 which is scheduled to commence from the May 19 in Japan.
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: West Siang District Chess Association has decided to conduct a
district level Chess tournament at Aalo from April 17 to 20 next. The top four finishers
would be awarded cash prizes along with trophies. Further, the winners will represent
the district in the state level competition, according to All Arunachal Pradesh Chess
River rafting by army
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: In order to reach out to the local people of Arunachal Pradesh
and Assam besides meeting the challenges, a 27-member expedition team of the 5 Engineer
Regiment of Dah division led by Captain Rahul Singh is all set to raft down the four
major rivers of the North East, namely, mighty Siyom, Siang, Lohit & Brahmaputra
covering a total distance of 800 km.
The month-long expedition will have two legs one being the white water and another
powered rafting. The expedition is being conducted under the aegis of Army’s Dah
Division by Col Vivek Jaswal, Commanding Officer, 5 Engineer Regiment.
This expedition would encourage locals to indulge in similar adventure activities
besides promoting tourism in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh.
ITANAGAR: Minister for social justice and Empowerment Mukul Wasnik and BJP MP Varun
Gandhi would be the chief guest and guest of honour respectively at Delhi Mopin Celebration
2010, according to an information received from Tali Gongo, president of the celebration
Wanted man arrested
ITANAGAR: One Madan Tanti was apprehended along with two weapons and 250 grams of
ganja by 26 Maratha LI and state police on March 10 during a joint operation. It
is further learnt that apprehended cadre was involved in extortion in and around
Mahadevpur and Dumshi area and wanted in various cases registered in Assam and Arunachal
ITANAGAR: Rajiv Gandhi University has declared the results of M.A. in Hindi, English
and Geography (Semester I), and History and Economics (Semster II) Examination which
was held in December.
City bus service
ITANAGAR: The Aru-nachal Pradesh State Transport has extended JNNURM city bus services
to Naharlagun- Itanagar-Holongi route with effect from today. The service will be
available from 5.30 am to 7 PM.
In a news item under the heading ‘Govt take loan to pay arrear’ Pranab Mukherjee’s
designation was given as Foreign Minister instead of Finance Minister. Inadvertant
error is regreted. - Editor.
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee has appointed its secretary
Kenyom Dabi as acting president of the East Siang District Congress Committee till
completion of party organization election.
Techi Lombu has been appointed as General Secretary Nationalist Congress Party Papum
Pare District Unit.
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: All Papum Pare District Gaon Bura Welfare Association deeply mourned
the sudden demise of Nabam Ragi, GB of Rose village Doimukh circle.
Among others, he is survived 9 sons and 9 daughters.
His contribution to the society and the GBs system would be remembered. Meanwhile,
a memorial service will be carried out at Nonpu village on March 13, release said.
All Yachuli Students’ Union (AYSU) and Ziro-II Collegians Coordination Committee
Itanagar mourned the premature death of Toko Ona who succumbed to her injuries in
a city hospital after a tragic road accident in Bank Tinali here recently.
Late Ona was a B A 1st year student of Dera Natung Govt College and had completed
her draughtsmen in Civil from Industrial Training Institute (ITI), Tabarijo, Upper
Both the organizations pray for eternal peace of the departed soul and bestow enough
strength to bereaved family to bear the irreparable loss.
ITANAGAR, Mar 12: Tamin Elite Society has congratulated Jeli Kayi Tamin for having
qualified for the final round of Indian Idol audition to be held on 23rd of this
month at Mumbai.