ITANAGAR, Sept 28: Heavy rain has caused damaged Nyorch village and washed way
Yupia road at various locations.
However, Borum Panchayat Youth Welfare Association has conducted social service at
Nyorch village and Yupia road and cleared the debris temporarily. On the occasion,
the association hired a JCB for the purpose and appreciated NF Railway Company for
contribution of two tippers during the social service.
The association further informed that fishing, hunting, timber operation, Jhum cultivation
and collection of any natural resources from Borum Panchayat areas has been prohibited.
The violator of this prohibitory order will be imposed fine, it added.
ITANAGAR, Sept 28: Kamrung Panchayat Youth Welfare Association under Mengio circle
of Papum Pare district has urged authority to immediately post subject teachers in
government middle school, old Mengio. Association informed that students are facing
lot of problems due to shortage of teachers.
Committee appeal for Anganwadi centre
ITANAGAR, Sept 28: Senki Valley Colony Welfare Committee has requested concern authority
to create separate Anganwadi centre for their area keeping in mind the growing population
and interest of common people.
Activate BSNL tower, demands BADC
ITANAGAR, Sept 28: Bana Area Development Committee (BADC) has drawn the attention
of BSNL authorities towards non-functioning of mobile tower in the area. According
to the committee construction of BSNL tower at Yangsey village under Bana area was
completed way back in October 2009 but till date it is not functioning. Despite repeated
complain nothing has been done to complete the remaining work of installation, committee
added. Stating that interior places like Bana need mobile service for better communication,
committee has urged BSNL authorities to take urgent steps for early functioning of
the said tower.
ITANAGAR, Sept 28: Pentecostal Christian Fellowship Church is organizing healing
and deliverance crusade at Nirjuly near Dikrong Bridge from October 13-17.
World Tourism Day celebrated
ITANAGAR, Sept 28: Department of travel and tourism management (TTM) and hotel management
and catering technology (HMCT) of Rajiv Gandhi government polytechnic, Itanagar in
collaboration with directorate of tourism, government of Arunachal Pradesh celebrated
world tourism day on 27th of this month. Director tourism, A.K Singh delivered the
opening remarks during the day. Literary activities like quiz, debate and essay competition
was organized during the day.
Capital Bandh called
ITANAGAR: The Arunachal Indigenous People’s Union, Arunachal Volunteer Youth Federation
and Arunachal Youth Association have jointly called 24-hr Capital bandh on October
Four demanding immediate resignation of Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu for his alleged
involvement in multiple corruption, mis-rule. The organisation also threatened to
launch its second and third phase of bandhs which will be of 36-hr capital bandh
and 48-hr state wide bandh respectively if the first phase of bandh call does not
yield any result.
Press, Milk van, Fire brigade, medical hospitals, ambulance, pharmacies have been
exempted from purview of the bandh.
Sange, Kaye nominated
ITANAGAR: The Union Ministry of Consumer Affairs, food and public distribution has
nominated Nima Sange and Karto Kaye as members of the Consultative Committee of the
Food Corporation of India for the state of Arunachal Pradesh recently for a period
of two years.
Water supply affected
ITANAGAR: The entire twin township will be getting affected as the water supply line
of Nahalagun, Nirjuly and Itanagar have been damaged by land slide and flash flood
triggered by the heavy rain since last night.
However, man and machinery has been deployed for early restoration which may take
one or two week’s time for complete restoration.
The EE, PHE and WS Division, Itanagar assuring to provide water tanker service appealed
the residents of capital town to bear with the department for inconvenience being
caused by the natural calamities.
Blood donation Day
ITANAGAR: General Hospital, Naharlagun in collaboration with Arunachal Pradesh State
AIDS Control Society (APSACS) is observing Voluntary Blood Donation Day on Oct 1.
As a part of the programme a voluntary blood donation camp is being organized at
the Blood Bank, General Hospital, Naharlagun.