Tender public apology resign: APYB to Rijiju

ITANAGAR | Feb 15 | Strongly criticizing Union MoSt (Home Affairs)  Kiren Rijiju for his irresponsible tweet, Arunachal  Pradesh Youth Brigade (APYB) today demanded his public apology and sought his immediate resignation on moral ground for religious polarization with political & communal agenda for his own vested interest. Such unbecoming attitude was unfortunate and unacceptable, the APYB, in a release, adding it will not be tolerated by state people and people’s sentiments should be respected by him. “Hindu population was decreasing in India as they never convert people, while minorities are flourishing unlike…

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Suggestions for Budget evokes vast responses

ITANAGAR | Feb 15 | Chief Minister Pema Khandu’s initiation to bring in mass  participation in Budget 2017 has generated overwhelming response in social media. The proposed budget to be unveiled on March 6 next had invited public suggestions through his official facebook page to encourage their participation and bring greater transparency has received constructive suggestions in volumes. People can either submit their suggestions directly in the comment box or can mail it to prcellarunachalcm@gmail.com and the post on CM’s Minister’s official facebook page to make the budget inclusive and…

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SBI gets GoI nod to be a global player

NEW DELHI | Feb 15 | Seeking The Centre today gave green signal to the plan of merger of SBI and its five associate banks eying the global market. “The Cabinet had earlier in-principle cleared the merger proposal followed by approval by  boards of five bank and the Cabinet gave its go ahead signal after considering the recommendations of the boards,” Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said.  The SBI associate banks are: State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur (SBBJ), State Bank of Mysore (SBM), State Bank of Travancore (SBT), State Bank of…

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Artistes enthrall tiny tots (P) Street show on Feb 18-19 Cap:Esha hota jab dil chahta

NAHARLAGUN | Feb 15  | “Got no wings, got no parachute, but I am gonna fly higher”, sang K 4 Kekho to the enticed audience. At a time where we are wondering at the direction of our now generation, the attitude of the young musicians was very refreshing. The Boulevard of Colours (BOC)  artistes on request joined the Valentine’s Day celebration at Gyan Mission, Itanagar and Oju Welfare Mission here. The crew visited Gyan Mission and interacted with the children. The crew along with the artistes also visited the Oju Welfare Mission…

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Rangoon shot in Arunachal

Scintillating Alvida wins hearts MUMBAI| Feb 15 | The intense but heartbreaking song Alvida, of Rangoon film shot in  Arunachal Pradesh, released on Valentine Day, has won the hearts.  The soulful song, voiced by ace singer Arijit Singh, written by Gulzar and composed by Vishal Bhardwaj, brings to light, the pain of separation between lovebirds Julie and Nawab. This emotional song reflects the darker shades of relationships that Saif Ali Khan, Kangana Ranaut and Shahid Kapoor share with each other. The casts and crew are going all out to promote…

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Papum Pare

Councilors' role vital in NUHM: DMO NAHARLAGUN | Feb 15 | Papum Pare DMO Dr. Tasso Kampu has urged ward councillors to play a proactive role in for proper implementation of National Urban Health Mission (NUHM)  programmes. Addressing a district health society (DHS) organised day-long training for local urban bodies, ASHAs and  MAS here on Tuesday, she encouraged all participants and stressed on effective service delivery to  the vulnerable people in slum areas for them to avail all health facilities like JSY, JSSK, PMSMA, RI, MI etc from nearest health facility….

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Principles matters, not party

Since Chief Minister Pema Khandu-led 33 lawmakers embraced BJP on 31.12.16, most of the Congress held assembly constituencies in the state has been witnessing the party cadres changing allegiance to the Lotus brigade. State’s first chief minister Prem Khandu Thungon is father of turncoat politics, which has become a regular phenomenon. Right from India’s second longest serving chief minister Gegong Apang to his bete noire Mukut Mithi and former CM, late Kalikho Pul sailed in turncoat boats aimed at Kisa Kursshi ka. But has it yielded any benefits is a…

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Low fund flow due to failure to upload work reports to MIS: DC

AALO | Feb  15 |  Meager fund was flowing from GoI due to failure in uploading work progress reports in management information system (MIS), West Siang DC-cum-DDCMC member secretary Gamli Padu today said. Chairing  district development co-ordination and monitoring committee (DDCMC) meeting, conducted by DRDA here today, he stressed on timely uploading of work reports to MIS percentage in different blocks.   The review meeting should be conducted on time to share views with elected representatives, PRI leaders and executing agencies to take stock of the completed and ongoing schemes. He…

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