Hali passes away
ITANAGAR, Oct 19: Toko Hali, father of Toko Puna, Yachuli ZPM, passed away on October
8 at his residence, Yachuli.
He is survived by his wife, five sons and three daughters.
He was born on February 2, 1950. He served as a medic and was also a social worker.
The relatives and friends present during the funeral service prayed for the eternal
peace of the departed soul and extended their condolence to the bereaved family members.
Amongst others, former minister Neelam Taram, Yowa Topu, Dr Tana Tath, T R Nabam,
Er Byabang Tugu, JT Obi CO cum BDO attended the funeral service.
Society appeal for action
ITANAGAR, Oct 19: The Sajolang (Miji) Elite Society has condemned the brutal murder
of Late Sonam Nabam by some miscreants at Bomdila recently.
The Society appealed the District administration to take action against the culprits
and give them exemplary punishment.
The Society members extended their condolence to the bereaved family and pray to
the almighty god to give them enough strength to bear the irreparable loss. They
also prayed for eternal peace of the departed soul.
ITBP civic action programme
ITANAGAR, Oct 19: Commandant of 31st Bn. ITBP Yupia, R.S.Chaudhary under its civic
action programme contributed carpet to Govt. M.E. School Tigdo.
Earlier, on September 23, the 31st Bn.ITBP provided furniture to the school and ZPM
Tana Bado, who was chief guest, provided ceiling fans and water filters.
Meanwhile, Headmaster of the school, Chuku Paji appreciated to commandant and ZPM
for their kind gesture. The commandant has assured to do something more for school.
Mini market opens
ITANAGAR, Oct 19: All Capital Complex Tempo Welfare Association has appealed the
administration to extend all possible support to the Lagun Mini Market, near Lagun
Bridge Naharlagun which was formally opened on Oct 18. The Association said, the
new mini market for selling vegetables, meat and fish will be proved beneficial for
daily wage earners and others poorer section of the people.
ITANAGAR, Oct 19: All Arunahcal Pradesh Handicapped Welfare Society (AAPHWS) has
appealed the education minister to conduct interview for recruitment of trained teachers/
resource persons for imparting education to disabled students under SSA schemes.
‘Rectify pay anomalies’
ITANAGAR, Oct 19: Arunachal Teachers Association (ATA) Lower Subansiri district unit
has discussed various important issues regarding AT ‘A’ particularly and teachers
fraternity as a whole in its meeting held at Ziro on Oct 16 last. After threadbare
discussion, the meeting unanimously adopted resolutions demanding immediate rectification
of pay anomalies of A/T ‘A’ and promotional reservation quota from 25 per cent to
50 per cent for in-service AT A teachers.
Lower Subansiri district unit ad-hoc committee (A/T ‘A’) of ATA Ziro unit was also
constituted in the meeting with Joram Jerjo as president, Habung Tadii as vice president
and Punyo Chada as secretary.
NYK National Integration Camp
ITANAGAR, Oct 19: Nehru Yuva Kendra (NYK), Aalo is organizing National Integration
Camp at Aalo from October 25.
The programme is sponsored by Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, GOI.
Youths from NYK from Bihar, West Bengal, Nagaland, Meghalaya and Assam would participate
in the week long camp.
SBYWA to join rally
ITANAGAR: Siyom Bango Youth Welfare Association has decided to participate in proposed
rally against PDS accused to be organised at Aalo on October 25th jointly by Galo
Students Union and West Siang District Students Union.
APCC demands enquiry
ITANAGAR: Taking strong exception to the clash between civilians and security personnel
where in many civilians were reportedly beaten up by the CRPF personnel and scores
of citizens arrested on Oct 16 night at Pasighat during Durga Puja celebration, Arunachal
Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) urged upon the East Siang district administration
to constitute an enquiry committee to unearth the truth behind the whole episode.
Condemning the arrest and assault on innocent people, the APCC said it is really
unfortunate that the law enforcing personnel are taking laws into their own hand
which is also condemnable.
The APCC appealed the people of Pasighat to maintain peace and tranquility and urged
administration to restore normalcy and ensure that such incident do not occur again
in near future.
AKKDSU calls bandh
ITANAGAR: Reiterating its demand for cancellation of the Govt order for re-introduction
of head load carriage system of PDS items and introduction of air dropping in remote
areas of Kurung Kumey district, the All Kurung Kumey District Students Union has
decided to call 24 hours capital bandh on Oct 29.
ITANAGAR, Oct 19: All Arunachal Pradesh Registered Contractor Association (AARCA)
has appointed Bamang Raman as its Kurung Kumey district unit general secretary.
ITANAGAR, Oct 19: Tassar Tadu and Byabang Pingam have been selected as Chairman and
Secretary of the newly formed Kurung Kumey District Panchayat Raj Co-ordination Committee
unit Palin in a meeting held at Palin recently.
Chopa Cheda, Mama Rigam and Bukhe Flago have been elected as President, Vice President
and General Secretary of newly formed Arunachal RTI Activists.
D Mite, Sango Mallo and Yania Niji have been re-elected as president, vice president
and general secretary of police colony women welfare association, Vivek Vihar.
ITANAGAR, Oct 19: Suphatta Namchoom, Ningroo Nakaseen Maio and Sengkhun Manchey have
been elected as new president, vice-president and general secretary of All Tai-Khampti
Singpho Students Union.