APPDSU educational tour
ITANAGAR, Oct 18: All Papum Pare District Students’ Union (APPDSU) has decided to
conduct phase wise educational tour cum awareness campaign in the district from Oct
Meanwhile, the meeting also decided to start its first phase of campaign from Mengio
The awareness campaign will focus on importance of health and hygiene, value of quality
education, cordial relations between teachers and students, parents and teachers’
and also highlight on the RTE, social and school boundary issues.
It will organize debate, essay writing, drawing, sports and cultural competition
to explore the hidden talent of the students of the district and distribute studies
and sports materials during the campaign.
State government appreciated
ITANAGAR, Oct 18: All Arunachal Pradesh Workers’ Union appreciated the state government
for revision of minimum rates of wages of contingency/casual employees/workers in
However, the union lamenting over the recruit rules for the group D post (pre-revised
classification) said that instead of 25%, the government should have kept 50% of
vacancies reserved for contingencies/casual workers for recruitment/promotion in
the group D Post.
Arunachal Bachao rally
ITANAGAR, Oct 18: Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, Arunachal Pradesh will organize Arunachal
Bachao and Jammu Kashmir Bachao mass procession rally at Itanagar on October 23.
It appealed the people to join the proposed mass rally.
DC reschedules tour
Seppa, Oct 18: East Kameng Deputy Commissioner, Tope Bam has rescheduled his tour
to Chgayang Tajo from 20th Oct to 26th Oct next.
The DC along with all the heads of department of the various departments would visit
all the govt. offices including Schools and PHC.
After this the team shall have meeting with the public of the area to discuss about
the matter pertaining to the development of the area.
Meanwhile the SDO, Chayang Tajo has asked all the govt. officials, the public, PR
leaders and the well wishers to attend the meeting positively. DIPRO
ITANAGAR, Oct 18: Lagun Mini Market has been opened near Lagun Bridge today.
Inaugurating the market, All Capital Complex Contractors Welfare Union president
appealed to the road-side vendors to set up their business in the market. He also
urged them not to throw away garbage in the nearby Lagun River.
T Takar Memorial tournament
ITANAGAR, Oct 18: Late Techi Takar Memorial Football and Volleyball tournaments will
begin from Nov 24. This was informed by the organizing committee of the tournament.
Late Takar was a former minister and represented then undivided Sagalee constituency.
ESDP on computer
Koloriang, Oct 18: 42 days Entrepreneurship skill Development (ESDP) training programme
on Computer Basic Application at M/S Indian Computer, Koloriang Kurung Kumey for
25 beneficiaries for uneducated Youth and Drop out students is being organized by
Rural Development and Heritage Society, sponsored by Ministry of Micro, Small and
Medium Entrepreneurship (MSME) Govt of India, branch office Itanagar Arunachal Pradesh.
This was informed by Tamchi Niania, Chairman, Rural Development and Heritage Society.
ITANAGAR, Oct 18: Sangrik Hapa Colony Welfare Committee, which constructed link road
from State Gazetteer Office to its colony on self-help basis, in a meeting on October
15 last, has decided to approach department concerned for construction of culvert,
drainage system and boulder for the roads. The meeting further decided to approach
the departments concerned for providing electricity, drinking water facility and
other basic civic amenities in the colony.
Union demands action
ITANAGAR, Oct 18: All Sagalee Students’ Union (ASSU) strongly condemned the recent
alleged murder of Nabam Sonam of Bobia village, Leporiang, at Bomdila.
While demanding immediate arrest of the culprit and prepare charge-sheet against
him, the Union also demanded Bomdila Police to ascertain the actual cause of the
crime and make it known to the union.
ASSU alleged that release of the accused and allowing them to roam freely indicate
of high handedness and criminal conspiracy in the murder. It threatened to take its
own course of action in case the authority fails fulfill its demand within a week
from October 18.
ITANAGAR, Oct 18: Kurung Kumey District Panchayat Raj Co-ordination Committee (KKDPRCC),
in its meeting held on October 16 last has unanimously resolved to cooperate and
join hands with the Arunachal Pradesh Panchayati Raj Coordination Committee in every
aspect of movement against the State Government for early devolution of financial
power, functions and functionaries (F3) to PRIs. It also resolved to rectify the
system and mode of implementation of various schemes in the district for ensuring
implementation of those schemes through proper channel.
ITANAGAR, Oct 18: Education Minister Bosiram Siram and AAPPTF Chairman Takar Goi
have consented to attend as chief guest and guest of honour in the inaugural function
of the All Arunachal Pradesh Public Transport Federation, East Siang District unit
office on October 24.
ITANAGAR, Oct 18: All Arunachal Pradesh State Transport Employees’ Welfare Association
rising day will be observed on October 27 at Naharlagun.
AJ demand arrest
ITANAGAR, Oct 18: Expressing deep shock over the death threat to the Associate Editor
of this Daily, Tongam Rina, Arunachal Jagriti, an NGO today appealed the police and
vigilance departments to launch operation to nab the person who dared to throttle
the voice of the press and a senior journalist.
Describing the death threat to a journalist as cowardly act, it also appealed the
authorities to provide security to the press fraternity so that they can play their
role as the fourth Pillar of democracy.
ITANAGAR, Oct 18: The 3rd triangular (Dui, Bangte and Bokam) schools sports-cum-cultural
and literary competition will be held at Govt Middle School, Bokam, Palin in Kurung
Kumey district on Oct 30 and Nov 1.
Palin MLA Takam Tagar and ZPM Techi Azad would attend the opening ceremony of the
meet as chief guest and guest of honour respectively.
ITANAGAR, Oct 18: Black Bear Foundation Trust (BBFT), Seppa expressed shock at the
sudden demise of Chilu Doka, Programme Director of BBFT, who died in a tragic road
accident on Dirang to Bomdila road on October 12.
He was a sincere and dedicated social activist, his sudden demise has caused an irreparable
loss to East Kameng District in particular and the Nyishi society in general.
The members of the trust prayed for the eternal peace of the departed soul and bestow
enough strength to bereaved family members to bear the irreparable loss.
All Leporiang Students’ Union expressed shock on the sudden demise of a class XII
Students of Government Higher Secondary School Sagalee, Nabam Sonam, who has been
murdered near construction site of FM Radio New Bomdila on October 12.
The union demands the concerned authority to immediately arrest the culprits.
The members of the union observed two minute silence and prayed for the eternal peace
of the departed soul and extended its condolence to the bereaved family members.
Capital Complex Upper Subansiri Christian Revival Fellowship mourned the untimely
demise of Tako Kamda, who died at Vallore on October 13.
The members prayed for the eternal peace of the departed soul and conveyed its condolence
to the bereaved family.
ITANAGAR, Oct 18: Duleng Tekseng, Teteng Pangkam and Toru Modi have been elected
as president, vice president and general secretary of Arunachal Teachers’ Association
(ATA) Upper Siang District Unit.
ITANAGAR: In a tragic event, Ringku Jamikham, who was working as Assistant Manager
with Dawnlit Post, died in a freak accident at Naharlagun on the night of Saturday
He was 28 years old.
Nokai Wangjan, Machine Operator of the Daily, who was pillion riding with Late Jamikham
was injured and is recuperating at RK Mission Hospital, Itanagar. Press fraternity
has mourned the death of Jamikham. The Arunachal Press Club and Arunachal Pradesh
Union of Working Journalist have announced exgratia to the next of the kin of the
The amounts will be handed over to their respective families tomorrow.
CS at Changlang hospital
CHANGLANG: A team of doctors led by Dr. Tape Kaye, Dr. Kamlom Mossang, both trained
under NRHM along with Dr Minsing Ngemu, MO, Nurses T. Mamai, H. Munya, R. Zongsam,
N. Mossang, of District Hospital, Changlang had successfully conducted its first
caesarean section operation on Oct 16.
Both the baby and the mother are doing well.
Deep water fishing at Ganga lake
ITANAGAR: A team of senior fishery scientists led by Dr M P Remesan from the Central
Institute of Fisheries Technology (ICAR), Cochi, Kerala will conduct an experimental
gill netting operation (deep water lake fishing) in Ganga Lake on Oct 19 and 20.
The Institute has provided the gill nets free of cost to the state fisheries department.
The department can now use the net in Ranganadi reservoir and Sally Lake for deep
water fishing, according an official release.
ITANAGAR: While lauding the director of Fire Services, DC Srivastava and SSA Rajya
Mission for implementing 5 % reservation for meritorious sportspersons in group ‘B’,
‘C’ & ‘D’ posts, Arunachal Karate-Do-Association (AKA) calls on other departments
to follow suit.
ITANAGAR: Henge Ori(Eshi) has cleared UPSC examination for Central Police Force(Asstt.
Commandant) held on Sept 2010. He will be inducted as Asstt. Commandant under any
wings of CPF. He is son of Kirsen Ori and hails from Yigi-Kaum Village of West Siang.
An Agriculture graduate from CAU-Imphal, he is presently serving under SPG-New Delhi.