Govt not to tolerate bandh culture
ITANAGAR, Oct 2: The State Government would not tolerate any sorts of bandh call
anymore which infringes the fundamental rights of each and every citizen, stated
Home Minister Tako Dabi.
"No sensible citizen will ever tolerate such Bandh call in Capital Complex or in
any other parts of the state," Dabi said while asserting that Government will demonstrate
befitting action, if necessary, against bandh organizers as decided in the recently
held all party meet.
"If any grievances are there, it should be dotted down in the form of memorandum
to the Government and resolved across the table," the Home Minister said. He hoped
that "The organizations, unions and associations, who are time and again making announcement
of bandh calls, will restrain themselves and will ensure smooth day to day functioning
of common masses."
The Home Minister, meanwhile, informed that ‘clear-cut’ instructions and directives
have already been given to the Government machinery for maintenance of law and order
during Durga Puja. "The Home Department is determined to place security personnel
in every nook and corner of the twin capital cities of Itanagar and Naharlagun in
particular and all the districts in general, where Durga Puja will be performed."
Dabi said adding that all the citizens irrespective of caste, creed and tribe should
enjoy the festival and get the blessings of Durga mata.
Changing of SIC team crucial for proper investigation in PDS scam: NYC
ITANAGAR, Oct 2: The recent reports in the media have exposed in totality the lacunae
and anomaly in the ongoing investigation in the Public Distribution System (PDS)
scam by the Special Investigation Team (SIC) and the partiality of the state government
of Arunachal Pradesh, said Nationalist Youth Congress National General Secretary
Mongol Yomso today.
Mentioning the media report, the NYC leader said it is very disturbing to know that
one of the biggest scandals to ever hit the whole of northeast India is being handled
by person of dubious records. This clearly indicates the cavalier attitude of the
Arunachal Pradesh government toward such a sensitive issue. This raises lot of questions
about the sincerity and integrity of the government towards an issue that has larger
public ramification, he said.
Why the Govt has handpicked an officer like M S Chauhan, with dubious service records
to handle such an important case? Why particular leniency and favoritism was there
for the said officer by the erstwhile Home Minister Jarbom Gamlin? Why the Dorjee
Khandu government is so keen on retaining him as the officer heading the SIC team?
– These are some logical questions that come to mind of the people, Yomso said.
The NYC leader further wonders that out of 96 accused named in the PDS scam why
the SIC has arrested only former Chief Minister Gegong Apang and objected granting
of bail by the court? Why it did not object the bail petitions of the other accuses?
This clearly indicates that Apang is politically victimized and M S Chuahan serve
as a convenient tool in this whole game plan, Yomso said.
Stating that law is equal for all, the Nationalist Youth Congress vehemently condemned
this episode and demanded equal treatment to all the suspects in the PDS scam.
Since the manning of the SIC team is the prerogative of the state government, why
the state government is not changing the SIC team with officers of proven integrity,
competence and caliber rather than officer of proven incompetence such as Mr. M S
Chauhan? the NYC further questioned and demanded replacement and reconstitution of
the SIC team to expedite the investigation of the PDS scam to bring the crucial
issue to a conclusion. NYC also appealed to the people of Arunachal Pradesh to join
hands and demand for changing the SIC team.
Transport federation oppose bandh
ITANAGAR, Oct 2: Central executive committee of All Arunachal Pradesh Public Transport
Federation (AAPPTF) in an emergency meeting held today with its federal units All
Arunachal Pradesh Maxicab Association (AAPMA), All Truck Welfare Association (ATWA),
City Service Maxicab Association (CSMA), All Tourist Taxi Association (ATTA), Arunachal
Tempo Welfare Association (ATWA), All Auto Richsaw Welfare Association (AARWA), All
Arunachal Bus Welfare Association (AABWA) and All Capital Complex Tata Mobile Welfare
Association (ACCTMVIWA) unanimously decided to opposed the proposed band call given
on October 04 by three organisations and also decided to ply their vehicle as usual.
Further, AAPPTF said that the proposed bandh call is totally against the interest
of the public and will affect the developmental activities and economy of the state
particularly Transporters and daily wages earner. Meanwhile, the AAPPTF Secretary
General Dobing Liyak Sonam, appeal the public to co-cooperate with the vehicle operators.
AAPYO urges Govt to take action
ITANAGAR, Oct 2: All Arunachal Pradesh Youth Organization (AAPYO), a neutral organization
of the conscious youths of the state, has expressed serious concern over the multi-crore
PDS scam with involvement of 96 accused persons including 44 Govt employees.
Demanding equal punishment to all the accused in the PDS scam, the organisation also
questioned why the authorities has failed to take action against all other 95 accused
and why action is being taken only against former Chief Minister Gegong Apang who
is a ‘father figure of the state’.
Regarding the proposed 24 hours bandh call given by the three organizations on Oct
4, the Organisation also asked the Govt why it has not taken any measures yet to
call off the proposed bandh.
It appealed the state Govt to take some important steps in order to prevent such
type of activities in the state for smooth functioning of the state Govt machineries
(In our yesterday’s issue it was wrongly mentioned that ‘the AAPYO has supported
the bandh’. The inadvertent mistake is regretted.--Editor)
56th Wildlife Week begins
ITANAGAR Oct 2: Weeklong programme to mark the 56th Wildlife Week 2010 started with
colourful note when the state Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu flagged off the ‘Walk
for Wildlife’ from Akashdeep market here this morning. Enthusiast and wildlife lovers
thronged the event in thousands to carry the walk rally. Organised by the Department
of Environment & Forest, Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh, the weeklong programme includes
numbers of wildlife awareness campaigns, seminars etc.
Khandu, who is on a mission to save the wildlife and had been continuously advocating
for the same on every given opportunity has called the civil societies, NGOs and
the local citizens to bring awareness for safeguarding the wildlife. Khandu on several
occasions has warned the violators of wild life Acts with stern action accordance
to Wildlife Preservation Act.
Young, Old, businessman, service holders and members of All Arunachal Pradesh Youth
Organisation (AAPYO) joined hands to mark their support towards preservation of wildlife
through the walk for wildlife. PRO to CM/source.
Make the educational system dynamic: Education Minister
ITANAGAR, Oct 2: The Education Minister Bosiram Siram invited the All Arunachal
Private Schools’ Association(AAPSA) to address the seminal issues of transforming
the existing educational system into a truly dynamic system with a mission to educate
all. He was addressing the delegates on the 4th Annual general conference of All
Arunachal private School’s Associations held at Royal International School at Papunallah
on the 2nd of October.
The minister also lauded the initiatives taken by the association such as orientation
programmes for teachers and heads of schools and leadership programmes for school
going children with an objective to foster relationship among private schools. He
also highlighted the achievements of the state government in passing the Arunachal
Pradesh Education Act and framing the State Right to Education rules. He exhorted
AAPSA and the state education department to concentrate on human resource development
and said, “I promise to stand beside AAPSA always in their endeavour for the upliftment
of education in the State.
Former Minister of Education R K Khrimey who was the guest of honour at the function
in his speech stressed on the need for education to create the National feeling among
the students while at the same time ensuring local cultural rootedness.
Rev. Fr. (Dr) Jerry Thomas SDB, Principal of Don Bosco Institute Jorhat animated
on the theme ‘Educational Leadership’.
AAPSA which came into existence in 2008 has initiated several orientation and leadership
programmes for heads of schools, teachers and students. It has also conducted a talent
search programme from 26th to 29th October 2009 at Royal International School, Papunallah.
20 schools and about 450 students participated in the programme. The upcoming AAPSA
talent Search 2010 is going to be a mega event. It will be held from 27th to 30th
October 2010 at Don Bosco School, Jully.
Shillong Chamber Choir wins ‘India’s Got Talent Khoj 2'
Mumbai, Oct 2: Meghalaya’s Shillong Chamber Choir Saturday won the talent reality
show India’s Got Talent Khoj 2 and bagged Rs.50 lakhs in prize money. They also got
a Kawasaki 250cc Ninja bike.
It won the title after defeating Toko Teji, a drummer from Arunachal Pradesh who
came second and Bir Khalsa, a Sikh Martial Arts Group from Punjab came third.
The finale, aired on Colors, consisted of nine acts including Fictitious Dance Group
from Mumbai, Harihar Das - the popping and locking professional from Orissa, Sonjoy
Mondol group from Kolkata, Manas Sahoo and Group - sand artists from Orissa, Diwakar
and Sonia - the dancing twosome from Mumbai and a rock band from Kolkata - Underground
The show, which went on air about three months ago, was judged by actresses Kirron
Kher and Sonali Bendre along with director Sajid Khan.
Social service to mark Gandhi Jayanti
ITANAGAR, Oct 2: The 141st birth Anniversary of the Father of the Nation Mahatma
Gandhi was celebrated in befitting manner in the state today.
North East Development Welfare Society, Itanagar along with staff and students of
Donyi Polo Mission School For Hearing Impaired, Chimpu conducted social service at
school compound on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti today. Besides drawing competition
amongst the students of the institution, numbers of tree sapling were also planted
to mark the day.
Is Arunachal heading to gain celebrity status in the field of corruption ?
ITANAGAR, Oct 2: These days whenever one opens any Arunachal based newspapers, it’s
PDS scandal and PRC issue which are hogging the headlines. Both being sensitive and
emotional issue are very dear to every Arunachalee. With PRC order being revoked
by state government, hopefully this issue will die a natural death. But still many
questions remain to be answered. State government very lately explained to us that
PRC was issued on humanitarian ground to non-APSTs living in Lohit and Changlang
There seems to be no clear cut policy on the part of state government to deal with
this emotive issue of granting PRC to non-APST. Tribal people of Arunachal naturally
fear that issuing of PRC to non-APST will make them minority in their own land. If
state government does not take local people into confidence, they will never accept
such kind of order in future too.
Another issue which hurts the sentiment of majority Arunachalees is PDS scandal.
Lot of thing has been said and written about rupees 1000 crore (figures keep juggling)
PDS scandal. Literally political game is being played using this issue. But what
about those poor people for whom these PDS items were meant for. They never received
those food items and even today they are facing many problems as food grains are
not reaching to them on time.
What mistakes they have done to be treated like this? These poor and innocent people
living in interior places were denied of their basic right to food. People staying
in interior places like Tali, Parsi-Parlo, Takshing , Anini and other remote areas
of state look up to PDS items to sustain their livelihood. But with all hullabo
about PDS scandal, most of the Arunachalee are losing faith on Public Distribution
System. It’s tough to blame any particular person or politicians, but I guess we
all are to be blamed for this mess. The mistakes have been committed and Arunachal
as a state is paying heavy price for it. Today central government and Food Corporation
of India always look upon us with suspicious because of the present PDS scandal.
National media which rarely focus their attention on Arunachal except during Chinese
flirtation over state had a field day by bashing about Arunachal using PDS scandal.
Already there is talk on the street that hydropower could be the next big scandal
coming out of Arunachal. With no transparency regarding MOAs/MOUs signed with private
developers, many Arunachalee fears that upfront money received are being distributed
among selected groups. It’s time civil societies, student unions and NGOs exert
pressure on government to come clean on hydropower. Or else one day in future we
may have to hide our head in shame, when Arunachal gains celebrity status in national
level for being the most corrupted state of India. Already PDS scandal has done enough
damage to the reputation of this beautiful state, we can’t afford to have another
scandal of such magnitude. Also not many people are happy with construction of mega
dams in their area. Especially people of Siang belt and Dibang have been bitterly
opposing construction of mega dam in their areas. Despite opposition, state government
in coherent with private developers wants to go ahead with construction, which I
guess is not a right policy.
What many people are missing is that issues like PDS scandal, hydropower and issuing
of PRC to non-APST are giving birth to generation of frustrated youths. There is
growing frustration among present generation Arunachalee youths cutting across the
tribe legion. Such wrong policy and high level corruption is making them angry but
they also feel helpless as things are out of their reach. Anti-social elements may
use these kinds of opportunities to track such frustrated souls and repercussion
can very dangerous for this state.
National Himalayan Trekking Expedition-2010 from Oct 05
ITANAGAR, Oct 2: The preparation for the National Himalayan Trekking Expedition-2010
in West Kameng and Tawang District from October 05 to November 05 organized by Arunachal
Mountaineering and Adventure Sports Association (AMASA) is in full swing, informed
AMASA President cum programme Director Tsering Wange over phone from Guwahati this
The AMASA members will be available at its base office at Brahmaputra Lodge, Guwahati,
Assam to receive the participants of the trekking expedition, who are coming from
different parts of the country.
Besides this trekking expedition, the AMASA which stand to foster friendly relations
between the urban and rural youths, promote inter-state contracts and national integration,
instill among the youth a sense of adventure and awareness of environment and to
organize and conduct collective outdoor adventure activities will release its Souvenir
“Tashi Delek-NHTE 2010” on October 7 coinciding with the flag off ceremony of National
Himalayan Trekking Expedition.
The Souvenir covers article and write-up on Arunachal Tourism, Adventure Sports,
local culture, tradition and environment of the state. For further detail of the
trekking expedition visit www.amasa.in, the web site of the AMASA is also link with
its media partner of the trekking expedition The Arunachal Times (www.arunachaltimes.com).
Day to Day Itinerary
Day 01 : Reporting & Registration at Guwahati Base Office. Night halt in Guwahati
Day 02 : Drive to Bomdila 340 km. Depart 8 am Arrive 5 pm. Night halt in Bomdila
Day03 : Orientation and drive to Dibin 73 km. After lunch trek 4 km to Matho Village
Day04 : Trek to Pangma 7500 ft. 14 km. Night halt in Pangma Village Camp.
Day05 : Trek to Chander 9200 ft. 7 km. Night halt in Chander Village Camp.
Day06 : Trek to Namthung 5000 ft. 10 km. Night halt in Namthung River Camp.
Day07 : Trek to Dirang 5500 ft. 7 km. Night halt in Hot Spring Tourism Camp.
Day08 : Drive to Tawang 10000 ft. 145 km. Night halt in Tawang Hotel.
Day09 : Drive to Bhalukpong 600 ft. 285 km. Night halt in Bhalukpong Hotel.
Day10 : Drive to Guwahati 240 km. Program ends)
BOOGIE WOOGIE team to take part in travel Congress
ITANAGAR, Oct 2: The Arunachal Boogie Team is leaving for Tawang on Oct 3 to participate
and perform at Arunachal Travel Congress being organized by All Arunachal Pradesh
Tour operators Association wef 3rd to 5th October 2010. The team is being led by
Kipa Ajay, Chairman, Organising Committee of Arunachal Boogie Woogie with 5 (five)
dancers from the top 10 finalist of the competition. The tour would give the dancers
of Arunachal Boogie Woogie to expose their talents to a larger audience.
Meanwhile, the 4th round of the dance competition is scheduled to be held on 3rd
Oct 2010 (Sunday) from 5 pm onwards at national Cinema Hall Naharlagun. The special
guest of the evening will be Taba Ajum, a young energetic Journalist of the State.
The evening will be also attended by a noted Assamese Film Director who is likely
to select a few dancers from the Arunachal Boogie Woogie for a Song sequence in his
Govt decision on PRC welcomed
ITANAGAR, Oct 2: The indigenous people of Lohit and Changlang districts has welcomed
the decision of state government to cancel their earlier order of issuing permanent
residential certificate(PRC) to non-APSTs in the two districts. In a press statement,
All Tai Khampti Singpho Students Union (ATKSSU) and All Mishmi Students Union (AMSU)
the two student bodies of Lohit and Changlang have appreciated support of every Arunachalee
in the last few days.
“We are thankful to AAPSU, civil societies, NGOs and every student organizations
of state who came out strongly against government decision to issue PRC to non-APST.
Without their support, we could not have got success in our fight against this cruel
decision,” two unions said in a release. Though happy with government decision to
revoke order, the two student unions stated that tribal people of Lohit and Changlang
want an apology from members of cabinet sub-committee on PRC for committing such
mistake. “Their favourable decision to grant PRC to non-APSTS made life miserable
for local people of two districts. Also by now it quite clear that Supreme Court
has never given any order in this regard. Committee should apologize to people of
Arunachal for lying to us and for working against interest of local people,” the
two unions demanded.
Meanwhile they have also demanded immediate cancellation of land lease agreement
penned with non-APST in Lohit and Changlang districts. “Lease agreement of Tezu
town where non-APSTs are living in large number is expiring very soon. Like this
there are many other places where non-APSTs are staying in leased land. We request
government to cancel these agreements for the benefit of local indigenous people,”
union added. ATKSSU and AMSU has also appealed to apex student body AAPSU to look
into the matter of non-APST people enjoying right to vote and become members of Panchayat
samiti in Lohit and Changlang districts. Nyapin, Sangram , Phassang Students Union
has appreciated AAPSU, ANSU, ALSU, DSU and other student organizations for fighting
massively against government’s decision to grant PRC to non-APST in Lohit and Changlang.
Terming cancellation of PRC order as victory for indigenous people of Arunachal,
NSPSU hope AAPSU will continue to fight for interest of local Arunachalee in future
APB&OCWW Board and workers awareness campaign concludes
MIAO, Oct 2: The Arunachal Pradesh Building & Other Construction Workers Welfare
Board’s awareness campaign cum meeting concluded at community hall Miao amidst huge
gathering of workers from various Blocks from Dayeng, Kharsang and Bordumsa today.
Addressing the workers, APB&OCWWB Chairman Jalley Sonam, Chairman, highlighted about
the various regulations made by the state government for the welfare of the workers
and advised the workers to enroll their name in the Board to avail the benefits.
He appreciated Circle Officer, Kharsang and Officer Incharge Police Station Kharsang
A.J. Lungping and C. Longri for their support and cooperation during the visit to
Geoenpro and also appreciated Kharsang Oil field.
He further appreciated Additional Deputy Commissioner T. Mara for his cooperation
and guidance to the workers of Miao
Later, the team also visited Namchik Opencast Coal Mines, Kharsang and briefed about
the objectives and aims of the awareness campaign with Assistant Manager, Namchik
Opencast Coal Mines Mukul Chandra Baruah.
Sonam suggested the officer to give priority to local youth of the state while placing
Security Guard and Safety Mining Officer job in the company and advised the authority
to deposit the 1% cess amount to the Board on earliest means.
Meanwhile, Baruah assured to deposit 1% cess according to the relevant rules of
Cess Act 1996.
Amongst other, Ojing Darung, Secretary, APB&OCWWB and Sanu Tamang, Zonal Secretary
Eastern Zone, AAPWU, Techi Tara, Working President, AAPWU, Tana Yakung, General Secretary
(Women Wing), AAPWU also participated in Awareness campaign at Miao and Coal Mines.
ATSU decries irregularities
ITANAGAR, Oct 2: The Khonsa-Lazu RGGVY project continues to illusion people as the
project is yet to illuminate the area due to non execution/ implementation of the
The project with an estimated cost of Rs. 6,42,42,992 was first awarded to one Pappu
Tayel alias Vijay Kumar Tayel, proprietor of M/S Halder Enterprises, Tinsukia, and
later on, the offer was cancelled and Pappu Tayel alias Vijay Kumar Tayel was arrested
and black listed for producing fake bank guarantee documents against the project,
All Tirap Students’ Union (ATSU), informed.
Again in February, 2010, ATSU said, the project was directly awarded to one DP Bajaj,
proprietor of M/S DP Bajaj (I.V), Uday Nagar, Bokaghat, Assam by Er. Ashok Kumar
Singh, EE Electrical division Deomali without floating any tender notification in
local dailies. However, Bajaj was disqualified for the work for failing to submit
bank guarantee even after signing of acceptance letter (LOA), ATSU informed.
ATSU, in its press statement, further stated that after termination of DP Bajaj,
Er. AK Singh again awarded the project work to M/S KT Enterprises, Naharlagun without
proper notification. Unfortunately, the M/S K T Enterprise too failed to produce
valid documents of bank guarantee and the project is still longing for a bonafide
and efficient hand to see proper implementation.
While demanding for publishing re tender notification in local dailies against the
said project for proper implementation, ATSU appealed to authority concerned to take
legal action against the erring EE responsible for all irregularities resulting in
delay in implementation of the project.
Death of Tanung Mize mourned
ITANAGAR, Oct 2: On behalf of all the members of the Jering Matkir Society, the central
executive body of the JMS condoled the sad demise of late Tanung Mize, who was one
of its senior most and prominent members. It is, indeed, an irreparable loss for
the Society and the Adi Community in general.
In a condolence message the Society said Tanung Mize was one of the best traditionalist
and oral historian not only in the Jering Matkir Society but also in the whole Adi
community. He was very well known for his prowess in Adi Ponung and Kebang. His wealth
of knowledge in these areas was immense.
Hailing from Pangkang village, he was also one of the prominent public figures in
Pagin- Boleng area of East Siang district. He held different posts in various capacities
in his long public life. He was an active member of Adi Baane Kebang too. He was
one of the key members who revived the Adi Baane Kebang that culminated in the landmark
Doying Gumin conference in Pasighat, the society said.
Tanung Mize is survived by two sons and four daughters namely: Nalong Mize, Former
Adviser, Chief Minister, Arunachal Pradesh, Doctor Tenzing Mize, Medical Officer,
Ms. Aroty Mize, Educationist, Mrs. Yaming Mize Kombo, Wife of Katan Kombo, Public
Leader, Dr. Pema Diky Mize, Ph.D, Assistant Professor, Rang Frah Government College,
Changlang , w/o Mr. Tabong Sitang and Ms. Joymoti Mize, Advocate, New Delhi.
Jering Matkir Society extends its support to the grieving family members of Tanung
Mize during this trying time. The Society prays to the almighty for eternal peace
of the departed soul.
Open badminton championship
ITANAGAR, Oct 2: Bamang Felix, MLA Nyapin Sangram has consented to grace opening
ceremony of Arunachal State Open Badminton Championship-2010 as the Chief Guest.
Techi Lala, President, Arunachal Chambers of Commerce will be the Guest of honour.
Tournament will start from 6th October and end on 10th Oct 2010.
NSUI delegates to attend training prog
ITANAGAR, Oct 2: Arunachal Pradesh National Students’ Union of India office bearers
are attending the training cum pro-election programme at Guwahati Assam on October
Support to bandh withdrawn
ITANAGAR, Oct 2: All Palin, Chambang, Yangte, Gante and Tarak-Langdi Students Union
and Koloriang, Damin, Parsi-Parlo and Sarli Students’ Union (KDPSSU) have withdrawn
their support to the proposed bandh call given by the AKKDSU on Oct 4. In separate
press releases, both the unions said that there are no genuine and supporting points
to move a bandh. Both the unions also urged the Govt to maintain transparency in
smooth functioning of the PDS.
Upper Subansiri BJP calls
ITANAGAR, Oct 2: Bharatiya Janata Party Upper Subansiri District unit said that the
local public leader should urge the department concerned to disclose the total fund
allocation under SPA/SCA/ACA in Dumporijo area.
He further said that authorities should also disclose the total amount paid to
contractors or suppliers under SPA,SCA schemes in order to maintain transparency
in Govt functioning.
Most of the works under SPA, SCA, ACA have been executed last year but bills are
still kept pending, the BJP unit claimed. Information that damages caused to the
PWD executive engineer office, JE quarters on Sept 28 last under Dumporijo division,
the BJP unit claimed that it was the result of outburst of frustration of the SPA/SCA/ACA
contractors “whose 60 per cent of the bill was cut off while making payment.’
Follow recruitment rules, says ADPSTA
ITANAGAR, Oct 2: Arunachal DIET Pre-Service Teachers’ Association, (ADPSTA) has
appealed the authorities to follow the recruitment rules and guidelines of the state
Govt and National Council of Teachers Education, New Delhi while recruiting the A/T
A in the state.
There is specific mention the guidelines that minimum qualification for recruitment
in A/T A post is class XII passed with two years diploma course in DIET, the Association
pointed out and said that it will oppose illegal for the posts of A/Ts (A).
Mobile mystery in Sagalee !
ITANAGAR: In a bizarre situation today, a person allegedly became senseless after
he received call from a mysterious number at around 11:30 in the morning.
Informing about the incident, All Papum Pare District Student’s Union (APPDSU) president
Nabam John claimed that the victim, Nabam Pada of Nakar village under Sagalee after
receiving call from no. 9477623309 became unconscious and had to be rushed to the
Sagalee Medical Centre for immediate recuperation. He was released after spending
2 hour in the hospital. According to John, Tada had claimed that when the call came
from that number, the network section of the screen turned into three colours that
of red, green and blue.
John further informed that Tada claims he doesn’t remember what happened to him after
receiving the call.
APWS foundation day
ITANAGAR: ZPM Nabam Yaka and Anchal Chairperson Nabam Yakum have consented to attend
the foundation day celebration of the Arunachal Pradesh Women Welfare Society at
its Sagalee Branch on October 10.
ITANAGAR: The results of the B A II year and III year examinations of the Institute
of Distance Education (IDE) held in May-July last have been declared, according to
a RGU release.
ITANAGAR, Oct 2: Tok Botum, President and Tao Tebin, Secretary, of Arunachal Pradesh
Catholic Union (APCU) has expressed shock and sadness at the sudden demise of Sija
Mugli, BA III year (History Honours) student of Don Bosco College who passed away
on 30th September. They have offered condolences and sympathy to the family members
of bereaved soul.
ITANAGAR, Oct 2: Tana Yapu has been appointed as Women Wing Vice President of CEC,
ITANAGAR, Oct 2: Nirjuly Market Welfare Committee condoled the sudden demise of Ram
Babu, who died yesterday after a brief illness at General Hospital, Naharlagun.
The members of the committee extended its condolence message to the bereaved family
Meanwhile, all the shops of the Nirjuly market remain closed till 3 pm today in mark
of respect to its member.