MLA announces initiative for Thrizino
BOMDILA, Sep 23: Thrizino- Buragaon MLA Kumsi Sidasow said that he will make all
possible efforts for development of his constituency. He was addressing a meeting
at Thrizino during his 10-day visit to his constituency after being elected as MLA.
Development is possible only in a peaceful atmosphere, he said and appealed to the
people of the circle, especially youths, to maintain peace. He also urged them to
create a homely atmosphere so that Government staff, officers and other developing
agencies could devote themselves in their works without any fear.
Later, the MLA announced Rs Two crore for construction of ADC office cum Residence,
Rs One Crore each for construction of Circuit House and Shifting of Helipad with
link road to helipad and ADC Office cum Residence. Besides, he also sanctioned computers
for Saint Jorge School Thrizino.
Earlier, Thrizino ZPM Sang Dorjee Sidisow urged the MLA for providing banking facilities
by establishing Banks, establishment of Police Station, Post Office, construction
of town approach road and black topping of roads, school auditorium for Govt. Higher
Secondary School, Circuit House, telephone line and early commissioning of installed
mobile tower, arrangement of drinking water supply in Thrizino circle, posting of
JE, WRD to monitor and guide various schemes of water resource department in the
He also requested district heads and other officials to station at the circle HQ
in the larger interest of the public.
Deputy Commissioner R Tashi, who accompanied the MLA , also addressed the meeting
and expressed his resentment over irregularity of teachers.
He said that Village Education Committees (VECs have a greater role to play in this
direction since Govt has entrusted them to manage and monitor respective village
schools for their proper functioning. They should report to the administration in
case of teachers irregularity so that action can be taken against such erring teachers.
He also appreciated the roles Missionaries in educating rural children and district
horticulture department for creating awareness among villagers to take up and cultivate
cash crop like apple, Kiwi, Papaya, orange etc.(DIRPO)
NEDWS support AAPSU rally
ITANAGAR, Sept 23: North East Development Welfare Society (NEDWS) has extended its
support to the movement launched by the All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union (AAPSU)
against the Govt decision to issue PRC to non-APST in Lohit and Changlang districts.
AAPSU is set to launch protest rally on Sept 28.
Bandh against TFC grant
ITANAGAR, Sep 23: Dissatisfied with the answer given by Kurung Kumey deputy commissioner
on release of 3rd and 4th installment TFC share of GPMs and ASMs, All Kurung Kumey
District Panchayat Welfare Committee has called 24 hour panchayat bandh on October
Two as first phase of their agitation to register protest. The decision has been
taken at a meeting held yesterday attended by ASMs and ASM chairman of All Palin,
Chambang, Yangte, Gangte, Tarak-Langdi Panchayat Welfare Committee. It further decided
to go for legal recourse if bandh call does not yield positive result.
Earlier, the meeting formed All Kurung Kumey District Panchayat Welfare Committee
and appointed ASMs Choki Tatung, Dari Sojik and Gangte Tallum as chairman, vice chairman
and general secretary respectively.
“Handover highway road to BRTF”
ITANAGAR, Sept 23: Lendo Ao Welfare Association appealed to the state government
for early handover of NH 52-A Highway Road to BRTF particularly from Banderdewa to
The association stated that the work quality of Public Work Department is not up
to the public satisfaction.
The association lamented over the work culture of various departments. It said that
with exception of Education and Health Departments in some office employees hardly
work for 2 to 3 hours. It appealed them to improve their work culture in the twin
capital while requesting the Chief Secretary to take up some initiatives for smooth
functioning of every department
Vote for Teji
ITANAGAR, Sept 23: All Nyishi Youth Association, Lower Subansiri District Unit, Bharatiya
Janata Party Yuva Morcha and All Arunachal Pradesh Private Driver Union appealed
to the people of the state to vote Toko Teji, who has entered the grand finale of
India’s Got Talent Koj-2.
ITANAGAR, Sept 23: The Arunachal Boogie Woogie team along with the participants felicitated
Toko Teji, Finalist India’s Got Talent Khoj-2” at National Cinema hall yesterday.
It was a great moment for the participants of Arunachal Boogie Woogie 2010 to be
with their icon even though for a few moments only. Teji was impressed with the
performances of some of the participants and later said “I have seen dancers in “India’s
got talent”; you deserve to be there”.
Er. Toko Jyoti, the proud father was also felicitated on the occasion. He was overwhelmed
with the way the people of Arunachal Pradesh has welcomed his son. He thanked one
and all for the love they have showered on his son. He further confessed that he
was initially not happy with his son’s interest in music. But today his music has
made him and the state of Arunachal proud. He appealed the parents to stop discouraging
their children from pursuing their interest in Arts or music.
We should stop imposing our decisions on the children, he said.
He thanked the organizers of the Arunachal Boogie Woogie for providing such a good
platform for the young talents.
Meanwhile, the Third round of Arunchal Boogie Woogie is on Sept 26 at National Cinema
Achu Bagang, President Arunachal Orphan Welfare Association will be the special guest
of the evening. The dancers will perform on old melodies of Hindi Cinema.
ITANAGAR, Sept 23: Pushi Bango Students Union has decided to start the second phase
of bandh call from 5 am 24th of this month to 5 pm 25th of September.
Appeal for Up-gradation
ITANAGAR, Sept 23: Anchal Chairperson 3-Gangte Tarak Lendi appealed to the state
government and the department of Health Services for early upgradation of Gangte
Health Sub-Centre to Primary Health Centre.
She claimed that due to poor medical facilities people are facing lots of medical
related problems in the area.
Union demands resignation
ITANAGAR, Sept 23: Demanding resignation of all MLAs allegedly involved in the DPS
scam, Hirik-Hiru Students Union said that all the accused in the scam be booked immediately.
It further demanded CBI probe in the PDS case and cancellation of trading license
of the persons involved in it.
While urging the AAPSU to raise voice against the burning issue, the union alleged
negative attitude of the state Govt on PDS scam.
Civic Action Prog
DOIMUKH, Sept 23: Under the Civic action programme of 31st Bn. of ITBP, the Commandant
gave away desks and benches to Tigdo Middle School.
Commandant R.S. Chaudhary speaking on the occasion has said that he has sent a proposal
to the government of India for providing infrastructure to the school including toilet,
blackboards and community hall.
The chief guest Tana Bado ZPM Doimukh provided ceiling fans and water filter to the
Speaking at the occasion, he lauded and praised commandant for his commitment towards
Chuku Paji, the head master described the problems of the school and thanked the
31st Bn. of ITBP for its generosity under the civic action programme.
ITANAGAR, Sep 23: The two-day national conference of Nepali Surksha Parishad was
held at Siliguri, Darjeeling recently.
The main aim of the conference was to promote the pristine glories of the Nepali
community living in different parts of the world.
It also discussed on various issues like education, health, terrorism and influence
of western culture etc.
Around 80 delegates from Nepal and different states of the country, including Assam,
Sikkim, Manipur, Nagaland, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh
etc., attended the conference.
Parishad’s Pasighat unit chief secretary Bishnu Bhandari and secretary Sanjiv Chetry
represented Arunachal Pradesh at the conference.
Tawang, Sept 23: 117 RCC in association with SSB and District Hospital, Tawang organized
a Medical Camp in Zemithang circle.
ADC Lumla Lobsang Dorjee, ADC inaugurated the camp.
A team of doctors with Capt. G Purohit, MO 117 RCC, Capt. A.K. Yadav, MO, 90 RCC,
Dr. Arun Singh, MO, Lumla PHC, Capt Nitin Vaish imparted treatment to the patients.
Patients were provided health awareness regarding ill effects of alcohol, smoking,
tobacco, and HIV/ STDs by doctors, and lifestyle modifications were also suggested.
A large number of people from in and around Zemithang circle turned up for treatment.
50 children were immunized during the camp against six killer diseases by the NRHM
team from District Hospital, Tawang.
Keeping in view the national aim of population control and prevention of spread
of HIV and sexually transmitted diseases the camp distributed free condoms and emergency
contraceptive pills. (DIPRO)
ITANAGAR, Sep 23: Pakke Kessang Block Congress Committee (BCC) urged PWD minister
for immediate renovation of Seijosa road from check gate to Goloso, which is lying
in a dilapidated condition for the last 10 years due to lack of maintenance. The
road, which is the lifeline of people of Seijosa area, was further damaged during
last monsoon compelling STS authority to suspend bus services, BCC informed. People
are facing hardship following suspension of bus services due to damage caused to
the buses by worst road condition. Now, neither the STS director nor the station
superintended is ready to provide fund for bus repair, it said while urging STS authority
for providing a new bus.
Tawang, 23 Sept.: Arunachal Pradesh State Pollution Control Board conducted Environment
Public Hearing in respect of proposed Tawang Basin Projects, Stage-II at Sports Complex,
N. Tam, Member Secretary, APSPCB, Itanagar convened the Public Hearing under the
Chairmanship of Karma Leki, i/c District Commissioner, Tawang.
Project affected families, villager, local persons, public leaders including Jambey
Tashi, MLA, Lumla attended the Public Hearing.
ITANAGAR, Sept 23: All Lower Subansiri Students’ Union (ALSSU) office foundation
stone was laid by former ALSSU General Secretary Tania Tajing at Manipolyang, Ziro
in presence of Koj Tachang President of Apatani Students Union along with members
of ALSSU and All Yachuli Students Union.
Bail petition of Apang rejected
ITANAGAR: The Lakhimpur Special Session Court has rejected the bail petition of
former Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Gegong Apang today. Apang was arrested
on August 24 by SIC for his alleged involvement in PDS scam.
The bail petition will come up for hearing at Itanagar Bench of the Guwahati High
Court on Monday.
On Sept 9, the former chief minister was sent to 14 days judicial remand by Lakhimpur
Special Session Court.
ITANAGAR: Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) said that the name of the APCC
president Nabam Tuki has been dragged in a news item without iota of truth under
the caption ‘Questions galore for SIC on PDS scam” published in this daily on Sept
The news item including the name of Tuki has disheartened the rank and file of the
APCC, the party said in a release.
Medical store suspended
ITANAGAR: Director of Health Service, Ex-Officio Drug Controller, Naharlagun in an
order suspended M/S Banderdewa Drugs Store, Banderdewa for a period of six months
due to discrepancies.
The decision was taken after detection of some serious discrepancies during a normal
inspection of medical shop by Drugs Inspector along with Assistant Drugs Controller.
ITANAGAR, Sept 23: All Ha Bango Youth Welfare Association has condole the death of
Nayang Taso (Sioji) who passed away yesterday at Naharlagun hospital after prolonged
illness. Late Taso who was studying in class X in government higher secondary school,
Itanagar was resident of Nayang village of Pipsorang circle, Kurung Kumey district.
Expressing shock over his death, association has prayed for the eternal peace of
the departed soul.
ITANAGAR, Sep 23: All Arunachal Pradesh Workers’ Union (AAPWU) condoled the death
of Gochi Tassang, who was serving as handyman under Rural Works Division, Poma. Tassang,
son of Late Gochi Taluk of Gochi village of Tali, died at his Govt residence at Vivek
Vihar on September 22 after a prolonged illness.
His untimely demise has caused great loss to the Union, who was one of the very active
and dedicated members of the Union, AAPWU in its condolence message said and prayed
for eternal peace of the departed soul.
The members of Sagalee Educated Unemployed Self-Help Group (SEUSHG) and Pape Panchayat
Youth Forum (PPYF) have condoled the death of Nabam Yarang, mother of Nabam Lagi,
president of the SHG and PPYF. The members of both the SHG and PPYF observed few
minutes silence as mark of respect to Yarang and prayed for her eternal peace.