Govt terms NSCN (K) statement as misleading and crafted with ulterior political motive
ITANAGAR, Mar 9: Three days after the NSCN (K) called for withdrawal of support by
the MLAs and ministers belonging to Tirap and Changlang from the Dorjee Khandu led
government, the state government has come out with a statement that the government
would “not cow down to such acts of subversion”.
The government statement issued by the spokesperson Jarbom Gamlin, termed the whole
issue as misleading, mischievous and one crafted with ulterior political motives
of creating confusion among people.
The particular matter has been taken seriously and shall be enquired into thoroughly
and the guilty shall be dealt sternly as per the provisions of law, said a statement
from the government spokesperson.
The Government is relentlessly working towards the inclusive development of the entire
State in equable terms and shall not keep any stone unturned in the process. It is
devoted to the peace and tranquility of the State including the districts of Tirap
and Changlang, the message added.
The statement appealed the media to play an even larger role in meeting the aspirations
of the state through the fundamental objectives of journalism by serving the people
with news, views, comments and information on matters of public interest in a fair,
accurate and unbiased manner.
Legislators of the State, including those from Tirap and Changlang have re-affirmed
and re-assured their strong support to the ruling Congress Government in the State
under the able leadership of the chief minister Dorjee Khandu which is instrumental
in launching a development revolution in the state during the last four years. The
ruling government in the State is united and marching ahead to accelerate the pace
of development in the state, the statement added.
It further welcomed the solidarity demonstrated by the people, civil societies, NGOs
and the political parties of the State across party affiliation, towards the greater
interest of the State.
It may be recalled that the NSCN (K) in an email to this daily and Assam based media
houses on March 6 had called for withdrawal of support of Tirap & Changlang MLAs
and ministers from the Dorjee Khandu led Congress government.
Tirap and Changlang legislators question authenticity of NSCN (K) mail
ITANAGAR, Mar 9: Ten MLAs from Tirap and Changlang wrote to the Governor appealing
for highest level of investigation about the authenticity of the letter sent by NSCN
(K), published in this daily and Assam based media houses, to avoid any disruption
in the continuing development process and for maintaining peace and tranquility in
Tirap and Changlang.
NSCN (K) under the signature of S.S. Khaplang, President Government of People’s Republic
of Nagaland had written a mail to this daily and others directing all elected representatives
of Tirap and Changlang District to withdraw support from the present Government headed
by Dorjee Khandu on March 6.
“While authenticity of the source of the letter are to be ascertained, we the elected
representatives of Tirap and Changlang District feel that some politically motivated
group are involved in publishing such letter taking into account the vulnerable situation
in these two districts. We apprehend and have enough doubt that it is surely a handy
work and political game of few politically vested interested group” it said.
Tirap and Changlang district cannot function in isolation and the elected representatives
of these two districts are governed by the rules and regulations of the political
party like all other legislators of the state, it said.
The reported notice to the legislators of Tirap and Changlang Districts is not at
all a good sign in the democratic process and should be a matter of great concern
for all. It is not all understandable why every time the leaders and the people of
Tirap and Changlang are victimized and sandwiched for no fault of theirs, it said.
We would like to put forward an appeal to all sections of the society to support
the peace loving people and its leaders of these two districts instead of issuing
intimidating releases in the press which may be detrimental towards ushering peace
in the two districts, the representation further added.
The signatories of letters are Wanglin Lowangdong, Speaker, Setong Sena, Finance
Minister, Honchun Ngamdam, Horticulture Minister, parliamentary secretaries Wangki
Lowang, Tinghap Taiju, Thangwang Wangham, Phosum Khimun, MLA Kamthok Lowang, Chairman,
AP MD & TC Kamlung Mossang and Yumsen Matey, Chairman, DoTC.
Siru-Rijo tourist lodge and tea factory inaugurated
Gamlin decries “dependence syndrome”
AALO, Mar 9: The much awaited tourist lodge and tea factory located at picturesque
Siru-Rijo Tea Garden was declared open amid cheer and mood of optimism on March
7. The Tourist Lodge and Tea Factory were inaugurated by Power, Tourism and Parliamentary
Affairs Minister Jarbom Gamlim and Gojen Gadi, Parliamentary Secretary Tourism respectively
in a glittering function. Addressing a large gathering, Gamlin said that full-equipped
Tea Factory is not only a commercial venture of an individual but a step towards
promotion of small and marginal tea growers in the district.
What ails our people today is their dependence syndrome on two things -- service
and supply order from govt. -- without using their minds and hands on production
sectors. Every drop of bank and govt. loans with subsidies made available to the
people should be utilized for permanent income generating schemes, he said. Citing
few instances of enterprising Self Help Groups in few areas of the state, the Minister
stressed on forming SHGs on that successful lines.
The Guest of Honour Gojen Gadi disclosed that efforts have been made to bring many
other historical places of the areas under the tourist circuit. Lauding the efforts
of the Gangkak couple to create a beautiful world in a countryside and the lone tourist
destination in this backward area, Gadi said we are all part of this development
and the trend set by the couple is an eye-opener to embark upon many more such enterprising
business that encompasses common feeling besides generating employment to different
genre of people. The special guest Jarsa Gamlin, Chairperson West Siang Zilla Parishad
said that Tea Garden is not only an individual asset but an eluding destination for
all of us and it should be our endeavor to contemplate and contribute in its growth.
The Minister and Parliamentary Secretary assured to look into two point memorandum
pertaining to opening of Medical sub-centre and upgradation of EGS centre to Primary
School at the garden.
The Managing Director Tugo Gangkak and Director Yayum Gangkak narrated the chronological
events leading to establishment of the full-pledged Tea Estate and appealed people
of the area to cultivate tea in their respective areas for production and distribution
through time to time training available at the garden. DIPRO
SSA teachers demand monthly payment of salary
ITANAGAR, Mar 9: All Arunachal Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Teachers’ Association, Kurung
Kumey District Unit appealed the state government to change the present salary disbursement
policy and disburse the salary monthly.
The SSA teachers, who are rendering their service particularly in the remote areas
are facing lot of problems due to the irregular salary disbursement, the Association
unit said. They further claimed that the state government had announced 50 per cent
pay enhancement but the enhanced amount is not distributed to SSA teachers till today.
Authority has not even disbursed the salary of SSA teachers for the last three months,
the association further said.
AASSATA Kurung Kumey Unit appealed the state government to look into the matter and
release the pending three months salary immediately.
Itanagar gets fishery Awareness centre cum Aquarium
NAHARLAGAN, Mar 9: Parliamentary Secretary for Fisheries J K Panggeng inaugurated
a fishery awareness centre cum aquarium on Wednesday at Fishery Complex in the directorate
of fisheries amidst presence of director Tage Moda and all officers and staff of
the department. The project was sponsored by the Central Govt and completed in two
It is worth mentioning here that the Govt. of India has sanctioned one project
namely Awareness Centre-cum Aquarium House during 2008-09 amounting to Rs.24.52 lakh
only on 80: 20 basis. The state share was Rs.4.9 lakh and the remaining amount of
Rs.19.62 lakh has been the central share. DIPR
AR promotes sports activities in Tirap
ITANAGAR, Mar 9: Youth being the building blocks of any society are required to
be groomed and their energy has to be channeled in right direction for overall betterment
of the society. Keeping this in mind, the 19 Assam Rifles has been focusing on sports
activities for the benefit of the youths in Tirap district.
The AR unit had identified Lapnan village for promotion of sports activities among
the large number of school and going children and sanctioned sports equipment like
Cricket, Volley ball, Football and Badminton accessories.
The sports equipment was handed over to the youths in a ceremonial function organised
at Lapnan village. Colonel Naveen, Vir Chakra Commandant 19 Assam Rifles presided
over the function. While interacting with youths of the village, Colonel Naveen motivated
them to take active participation in sports activities, as it helps to keep one self
physically and mentally fit and helps in building up character.
The villagers thanked the unit for this initiative and assured that the sports equipment
will be utilized for benefit of the youths in the village.
Army provides hand pumps to villagers
ITANAGAR, Mar 9: The 26 Battalion of the MARATHA LIGHT INFANTRY of Lohit Brigade
under the aegis of Dah Division has installed a total of 20 hand pumps in remote
villages of Namsai sub division, namely, Rangali Bil, Menkeng Miri, Tengapani and
Dhone Kona in Lohit district today under its “Operation Sadbhavana”, a project by
the Indian Army to reach out to and meet the aspiration of the local people.
The hand pump dedication ceremony was attended by L Borang, ADC, Namsai Sub Division,
Lt Col DN Mallick, Second in Command, 26 MARATHA LIGHT INFANTRY, S Sen Gupta, EAC
Namsai, Gaon Burahs and a large number of children.
Addressing the gathering on the occasion, Borang lauded the role of Army authorities
for wellbeing of the local populace under its Sadbhavana project and called on
the public to maintain these assets responsibly. As per Army spokesperson the provisioning
of hand pumps was to meet the basic and urgent need of the people to have a clean
drinking water supply. He said that Army will continue the projects which are beneficial
to the society in feature.
A team of young man and woman presented cultural programme during the occasion. The
high level of synergy, mutual trust and cooperation was noticed between locals, civilian
and Army authorities during the event.
Capacity building programme
ROING, Mar 9: Lower Dibang Valley Deputy Commissioner Y W Ringu inaugurated a one-day
seminar cum capacity building programme on orange and ginger crop at Anchal Samiti
Hall here today.
The programme was organized by North Eastern Regional Agricultural Marketing Corporation
(NERAMAC) Ltd. (A Government of India Enterprise), facilitated by Guwahati based
NGO Jeevan Initiative and sponsored by Union Ministry of Food Processing Industries
with a motive to bring entrepreneurship in food preservation, processing and marketing
in the region.
In her inaugural speech as chief guest, Ringu exhorted the progressive farmers and
technical staff present to take full benefit of the capacity building programme and
also to bring back the imparted knowledge to the fellow farming community and fields
for optimum production of crops by adopting the improved technology. She also expressed
hoped that the programme would be helpful in solving marketing bottleneck faced by
the farmers of the district in marketing orange and ginger crops. She further requested
NERAMAC to organize such more programme in future too.
Chiliko Meto, Zilla Chairperson of the district attending as guest of honour lauded
the effort of NERAMAC for organizing such programme in time as the district is expecting
high yield of orange fruits in coming 10 years as many orange orchard are being grown
with ample of land available for production. He hoped that the building of bridge
over Brahmaputra at Dollah would greatly facilitate marketing of agriculture produce
from the district. He exhorted youth to take up agri-horti cultivation like orange
and bamboo plantation, ginger and turmeric cultivation for self sustenance instead
of contract works which is a just temporary business.
Ashok B Angadi, Senior Marketing Manager highlighted the aims and objectives and
the works of the NERAMAC Ltd. Sushmit Mitra, Faculty, Eastern Institute of Management
through power point presentation impressed upon the house present about the marketing
linkage and processing of agri-horti products especially orange and ginger.
SKS Gautam, DHO, T Basar, DAO, Panchayat leaders and progressive farmers participated
in the programme. DIPRO
International Women’s Day celebrated at Wakro
WAKRO, Mar 9: His Holiness Swami Sri Sri Anubhavananda Saraswati extended an assistance
of Rs Fifty One Thousand to the Anu Shiksha Seva Trust. Art of Living (Aol) Teacher
Rama Tiwari handed over the contribution received from the Mumbai based Sat Bhavana
Trust (SBT) patron Ramesh Vyas of Lonavala to AVB Principal Seema Arandhara on the
eve of International Women’s Day celebration.
Shyam Jaisingh, Trustee, SBT in his communication to Anugrah conveyed that Swami
Sri Sri Anu was keen to assist the rural Arunachali children on a regular basis.
Swamiji had contributed Rs Sixty thousand in the previous year.
AoL teacher Rama Tiwari speaking on the 100th International Women’s Day celebrated
in the Brahmamoyee Hall, appreciated the Apnes for their spirited performances and
appreciated KGBV Wakro girls. She called upon the girls to prepare themselves well
for living a meaningful life and shouldering personal, family and social responsibility
as they grow up. Rama formerly a scientist with the CSIR and also a successful entrepreneur
before taking up responsibility as AoL teacher is also conducting a six days wellness
program for the people in the Brahmamoyee Hall in Wakro as part of the Women’s Day
celebration. She further announced that the Art of Living Foundation will conduct
a wellness yoga program for the girls of the KGBV and that AoL teacher Kishan Agarwal
is already on his way to Wakro to start the course for the school children.
KGBV girls presented a skit on the life of Dhanvanti Rama Rao, nation’s first family
planning activist and founder of Family Planning Association of India. The Apnes
performed an inspiring skit on Rukmini Devi Arundale, founder of Kalakshetra, who
worked for the revival of Bharatanatyam. The RAS ( a scheme by ASSET in gratitude
to print media houses in Arunachal and the Indian Army) beneficiary girls of Govt
Secondary School Wakro presented a moving skit on the life of Anu Tai Wagh, who
with Tara Bai Modak is the founder of the Anganwadi movement. Science Editors Dr.
Amrita Karnik and Arun Narayanan of Mumbai, Apne Library patrons will lead plantation
program to mark the weeklong celebration. The VT-AWIC Library felicitated Teacher
Anura for her creative play on Selfless Service and teacher Naku for her active support
to children in skit program.
Awareness Training of Farmers’ Clubs Conducted
ITANAGAR, Mar 9: The Rural Development Society (RDS), Daporijo in collaboration with
NABARD, Itanagar conducted an awareness training programme of Farmers’ Clubs at Daporijo
Circuit House on March 7. Members of the 6 Farmers’ Clubs in the district participated
in the programme.
DC in-charge G. Ete, appreciating the efforts of RDS in creating awareness among
the farmers, said that all the concerned departments and financial institutions should
extend their full support and cooperation towards bringing about an economic advancement
of the people of this backward district.
He requested the farmers to do away with their old mindset and adopt the changes
and new techniques taught during training programmes so that they could gain knowledge
and prosper economically.
P. Bagbi, president, RDS (Daporijo) giving a brief overview of the achievements,
stated that after completion of 1 year of the establishment of 6 Farmers’ Clubs,
20 Kishan Credit Cards have been issued by the AP Rural Bank, Daporijo and 4 training
programmes conducted with support provided by NABARD,KVK and departments of Agriculture,
Industry and AH & Vety.
The representatives from the government departments and banks also addressed the
farmers present and advised them to reap maximum benefit from the opportunities provided
to them. The farmers were also requested to be diligent in repayment of loans availed
by them from the banks, so that the future generation of farmers would not have to
face any problem in availing loans.
Officers from departments of Industry, Agriculture, Fisheries, Krishi Vigyan Kendra
(Maro), representatives from AP Rural Bank (APRB), SBI Daporijo attended the programme.
RDS also organized a 3 days Water Quality Testing Training Programme in the office
of the Block Development Officer C.D. Block Baririjo on March 8. The speakers at
the Training, which was sponsored by PHED’s communication and capacity development
unit (CCDU), were Paktin Bagbi and Majin Dui. DIPRO.
U/Subansiri dist unit of AAPLDC&SKA formed
ITANAGAR, Mar 9: The Upper Subansiri District unit of All Arunachal Pradesh Lower
Division Clerk and Store Keeper Association (AAPLDC & SKA) was formed in a recent
meeting at Daporijo with Tarak Kenam, Lomya Dulom and Puto Ginglo as president,
vice president and general secretary respectively. Kine Koku has been appointed as
the association’s Women wing president.
The district unit will extend its support to various demands of the central committee,
including the demand for upgradation of Grade Pay of LDCs and SKs from Rs.1900 to
2400. It also urged the central committee to submit a memorandum to the Govt. for
amendment of rule to stop direct recruitment of UDCs.
School annual day celebrated
ITANAGAR, Mar 9: The 4th Annual day-cum Parents day of Jubilee English school, Lekhi
was celebrated successfully amidst huge gathering of parents, guardians and well
wishers on May 7.
The school had been celebrating its annual-cum parents day since 2007 as a thanks
giving ceremony to the parents and guardians for their co-operation with the school
The student of the year 2010-11 award was awarded to Ganga Ram Tawe class-VI, son
of Dongo Tawe, Seppa town and the best student award was presented to Gyammar
Aneer class-III, daughter of Sikap Gyammar, Kakoi village. Both the awardees were
given a trophy each and scholarship for the coming session 2011-12.
Gary Seiboi Kepgen, the principal expressed his satisfaction over the quality education
and the improvement of the student both in study and discipline. He also conveyed
his happiness to all the parents for their support and trust in him and the school
authority in bringing forward the school.
Thousands benefit from health mela
ITANGAR, Mar 9: A three-day Multi Specialist Health Mela under NRHM successfully
organised at District Hospital, Changlang from March 5 to 7.
A team of specialist doctors consisting of Dr. Tarik Doke, Surgeon and Dr. T. Koyu,
Anesthetist from General Hospital Pasighat and 5 Specialists from Civil Hospital,
Margharita offered treatment and operated upon large number of patients.
In addition, Dr. Taba Khanna, Eye Specialist, other doctors Dr. T. Kaye, Dr. K.
Mossang LSAS, Dr. Minshing Ngemu, Dr. P. Dutta, (DRCHO) along with GNM and ANM
from District Hospital, CHCs and PHCs actively participated in the Health Mela.
Dental, Ayurvedic and Homeopathic services were also provided free of cost during
the health mela.
During the health mela, tubectomy operation were conducted upon 78 patients. Apart
from this each case of Caesarian, Harioraphy, Hydrocode, Cystolithotomy operation
was successfully done. Other major achievements were appendix operation-2,Cataract
operation-13, Minor Eye operation-4, Minor (Gynae) operation-7. Altogether 1836
patients were offered treatment as OPD patients. Besides these, there were 61 cases
of Ultrasography and 73 X-day done.
‘East Kameng review’, a bi-annual magazine released
SEPPA, Mar 9: The ‘East Kameng Review’, a bi-annual magazine of East Kameng District
was released by Deputy Commissioner Tope Bam at his office chamber todayin presence
of PD, DRDA Kego Essi, DPO, Vijay Sonam, other officers from various departments.
The magazine which would publish twice in a year by DIPRO, Seppa would reflect the
socio-economy of the district, the traditional and cultural practices besides highlighting
the various developmental activities under taken in various departments.
While releasing the first edition of Magazine, the DC, Bam said that the magazine
would let the people know about the activities going on in the district in a nutshell.
He also extend his congratulations to DIRPO, in-charge, Jabu Lapung for his noble
effort of bringing out the magazine.
He also extended his thankfulness to all the MLAs of the district for extending financial
assistance from their MLAD fund for the publication of the magazine.
Meanwhile DIPRO in-charge, Jabu Lapung assured that the magazine would be more informative
in the next edition with wide coverage of all the issues and happening in the district.
Misappropriation of Govt. fund alleged
ITANAGAR, Mar 9: A group of Panchayat leaders of Seijosa and Dissing Passo circles
have lodged a complaint with East Kameng deputy commissioner against former Pakke
Kessang BDO for allegedly misappropriating Govt fund to the tune of 1.35 crore granted
under SPA during 2009-10.
The complaint lodged by the Panchayat leaders mentioned misappropriation of fund
meant for construction of 4 units of classrooms at Govt. Sec. School, Darlong, construction
of road from Baliso to Upper Digalmukh-II, construction of gravel road from Baliso
to Upper Digalmukh-III and improvement of Lake at Seijosa by the then BDO. They alleged
that bill for all the mentioned works have already been drawn and paid in full without
executing any works.
“This is an explicit case of misappropriation of Govt. fund meant for the welfare
of the common man,” they said in a release, and demanded the DC to investigate the
ZIRO, Mar 9: Lower Subansiri Deputy Commissioner, Nila Mohanan, in an order has
prohibited the dumping of construction materials, fire wood and other debris along
the public roads of Ziro township area.
The dumping of such materials along the road adversely affects the smooth movement
of people and vehicle through the town and causes great public inconvenience, the
order said. It is the responsibility of the persons taking up construction activity
or collecting firewood to store the required material or clear the debris resulting
from the same without causing public nuisance, it further added.
The order has given seven days time to remove such materials along the roads by
the concerned persons after which it will be cleared away by the District Administration
without further notice.
In yet another order, the DC has banned unauthorized sale deed, gift deed, succession
application, guardianship application etc. in readymade form in the vendors and offices
of different departments.
She pointed out that such forms from the vendors have full of errors and the content
does not fulfill the requirements of law and objective for which purpose it is made
by the person concerned. Such legal documents like affidavits, sale deeds, gift deeds,
succession applications etc come through legal practitioners only, the order added.
AHDC welcomes shifting of office
ITANAGAR, Mar 9: All Hong Development Committee, Ziro welcomed the shifting of division
office of Rural Works Department to its permanent office at Manipolyang which was
one of the long pending demands of people of Hong village.
The committee requested all the officers and staff of the division office to be stationed
at Manipolyang as the staff quarters are lying vacant since long with a caution not
to indulge in encroachment of the donated land to the Government.
It reiterated its demand to the district administration not to allot any government
land to any individual or group for purpose other than the government establishment
till the master plan of the town planning is finalized. It urged the Project Director,
District Rural Development Agency, Ziro to initiate planning to establish residential
buildings for the officials of the office of the DRDA, Ziro and the Deputy Director,
Urban Development, Ziro to start functioning of UD Guest House at Dillopolyang immediately.
Union pleads for arrest
ITANAGAR, Mar 9: The Arunachal Pradesh Workers Union (APWU) Changlang district branch
has urged the police authority to immediately arrest the culprits involved in
alleged murder of Chukam Khimun, a B A 3rd year student of the DNG college. The
body of Khimun was reportedly recovered from I G Park on Feb 23 last.
Expressing deep shock at the unfortunate incident, the union also appealed to the
civil societies and Govt agencies to fight for justice to the bereaved family and
early solution to the murder mystery.
ITANAGAR, Mar 9: All Arunachal Pradesh Government Departmental Labour Union in a
letter to Chief Minister said that the proposed Dharna against Arunachal Pradesh
Building and Other Construction Workers Welfare Board, Chairman Jalley Sonam has
The AAPGDLU said that due to communication gap, there was a misunderstanding between
the two organizations. However, all the misunderstanding against APB&OCWWB Chairman
Jalley Sonam has been resolved in a cabinet meeting of AAPGDLU, said a release.
Fill up vacant posts of engineer: UAEA
ITANAGAR, Mar 9: Unemployed Arunachalee Engineers Association (UAEA) appealed all
the concerned department of the state government to immediately advertise the vacant
posts of the engineer before May.
It further said that private hydropower developers in the state failed to maintain
the MoA and MoU signed between the Private Developers and the State Government till
today. If the company could not maintain the MoA and MoU, they should not be allowed
to work in the state, it added. The Association further demanded 25 per cent reservation
of the posts for the unemployed mechanical and electrical engineers of the state
in hydro power sector.
6 traders booked
ITANAGAR, Mar 9: The mobile inspection team of Legal Metrology and Consumer Affairs
department has booked six traders for violation of weights and measures law during
its surprise check conducted at Ganga Market area today.
Out of the 6 offenders, 1 trader was booked for using unverified electronic weighing
machine for commercial transactions with a intention to manipulate weight of commodities
delivered to consumers and earn undue profits. He was also detected for keeping
in stock measuring tapes for sale without possessing valid dealership license from
the concerned authority. Another trader was found selling cold drinks (Pepsi) at
price exceeding printed price (inclusive of all taxes) besides selling Chinese goods
having no mandatory declarations of the authorized importer of such goods and thereby,
committed breach of the packaged commodity rules .
Another trader was booked for selling shoes in packaged form without MRP and other
declarations as required under the rules and the rest 3 traders were booked for
keeping hardware and kitchenware items in packaged form without display panel on
them for sale, according to official release.
Playing housie, dice banned
ITANAGAR, Mar 9: Papum Pare District Magistrate has banned gambling activities such
as playing dice and organizing housie etc. in public places within Papum Pare district
to maintain law and order with immediate effect. The prohibitory order has been promulgated
by the District Magistrate Under Section 144 CrPC.
“It has been observed that gambling activities such as Dice and Housie are being
played/organized within the district by some individuals and organizations creating
law and order situation.”
“Anybody found violating the order would be dealt with seriously and prosecuted as
per law,” the order said.
Withdraw directive: Nocte Chiefs
ITANAGAR: The Nocte Chiefs Council called on the NSCN (K) to withdraw their directive
to avoid any disruption in continuing the development process and also for marinating
peace and tranquility in the district of Tirap and Changlang. Members of the Legislative
Assembly are democratically elected leaders who represent the people of their respective
constituency for the development of the area and people. Such an act may send wrong
signal to the public and damage the image of leaders as well as the people, it said
in a statement.
ITANAGAR: Intandem, a local NGO in association with the SIDBI and Development Commissioner
(handicraft), Govt of India is organizing the 3rd Arunachal Expo at A –sector ground,
Naharlagun from March 11 and 25.
Various artisans from all over the India are participating the 15 days exhibition,
according to a release.
Workshop on bibliographies
ITANAGAR: Department of Public Libraries Government of Arunachal Pradesh is organizing
training cum workshop on compilation of bibliographies on North East Indian Language
at State Central Library Conference Hall, Itanagar from March 15-17.
Did they really follow the formalities?
It was shocking to learn from your daily that the district administration of Papum
Pare has completed its formalities for Trans Arunachal Highway.
I would like to draw the attention of authority concerned about the inappropriate
handling of compensation pertaining to the project.
Why the compensation package estimate was not prepared as per actual field condition
and according the Detailed Project Report Projected of the Ministry of road Transport
As per the EE, APPWD, NH Division, Doimukh letter addressed to the Deputy Commissioner
vides his letter No. NHD/TAH/Compensation/2010-11/58-59, Dated 2nd Feb 2011 the payment
has to be done as per actual quantity of work done after proper verification from
the District Administration. Why the Executive Engineer, NH Division, Doimukh did
not take the pain in projecting the DPR according to the practical ground condition?
Why the stretches of Pappu - Yupia- Hoj- Potin, where there is no standing structures,
cultivation and other assets have been depicted in the DPR to misguide and ask for
compensation from the Ministry of Road Transport and Highway?
As per the Director, Ministries of Road Transport and Highway D.O. No. 12011/34/2008/Ar.P/BRO/SARD/NE(Pt.)
dated 19th March 2009 had written to the CS for properties Identification for uniform
application & determination of the compensation. Whether it has been brought to the
knowledge of Director MoRTH & DoRTH by the Chief Secretary that whatever the compensation
has been paid up-to-date by his officers from the Administrative and Technical departments
are correct and free from all the encumbrances. If not why?
Why instead of OBT, SPT, MIBT buildings, RCC buildings with huge plinth area has
been depicted in the Detailed Projected Report?
Whether district administrations is sure that they have physically verified every
cases of compensation which has to be paid and whether grievances of common, poor
& deprived people have been taken into account.
Why has the field survey book data immensely varies from the data for which the Compensation
has been paid and does not synchronies with the field data of the respective chainages?
Why at various stretches chainages has been overlapped and same stretches has been
paid compensation twice over.
Why the Government Assets like Culverts, Retaining wall, electric poles, RCC posts,
Pipe line, electrical units has been taken into consideration for compensation whereas
the compensation for the assets concerned has already been given to the respective
heads of account of the Department.
Improve the website
The Arunachal Times is one of the favorite newspapers of the state. I would like
to thank Arunachal Times team for their tremendous effort in bringing the news and
events from grass root level till apex.
I would like to mention one thing that some students like me who are studying outside
the state are unable to get the paper on due time so we become unaware of some of
the important advertisements and notifications. Last time also my form for APCS exam
was rejected because of late submission of form. So it’s my request to you to see
to this matter. It will be good , if your paper include one advertisement section
in your website. Not only this you can modify your site by adding some more international
news and sports section etc.
In today’s internet world where everyone is trying to run ahead of time, we need
to improve ourselves otherwise, we will be lagging behind and ignored.
Never ending water crisis
I would like to highlight the problem being faced by the people of P sector, Itanagar.
Arunachal Pradesh is known for abundant natural water resource but it’s been more
than a one and half month; People of ‘P’ sector are facing scarcity of water.
It’s because of the massive road construction works from Rajbhawan helipad to ‘O’
Point Tinali which has affected many individuals’ properties and totally destructed
the water pipe line of ‘P’ Sector.
PHE Department is not doing enough to provide water. Just imagine how a single Truck
containing of 10000 litres of water could provide water to whole P sector. The problem
of water is really a major one.
The aggrieved peoples of ‘P’ sector appeal to the concerned Department to take a
swift action to redress the problem.
Itanagar (on email)
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