Saaya calls for qualitative education

YAZALI | Nov 29 | While stressing on qualitative education, Transport Parliamentary Secretary-cum-local MLA Likha Saaya today underscored role of teachers in preparing the students to become worthy citizens of the nation. In his inaugural address to  52nd annual sports’ day of GHS School here, he  exhorted the students to have  good relation with the teachers. Saaya as chief guest announced Rs five lakh from his MLALA development fund for construction of an assembly shed & installation of separate transformer of the school. Speaking as guest of honour, former RGUSU president v…

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ITBP DG visits state to review deployment level

ITANAGAR | Nov 29 | ITBP Director RK Pachnanda has emphasized on vigilant role of the forces in ensuring the security of the nation. Pachnanda recently visited NE Frontier HQ here on a mission to review security preparedness and deployment level in NE states, according to official sources. He discussed operational and administration matters with NE Frontier IG, Battalion HQs and formation commanders of NE region.  Battalion commanders briefed him about deployment and gave operational demonstration and interacted with the jawans. Before his departure, he inspected few sensitive locations and discussed about typical…

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APCC condemns stripping of students

ITANAGAR | Nov 29 | APCC today vehemently condemned the stripping  incident of 88 students of New Sagalee-based Kasturba Gandhhi Balika Vidayalaya recently. Such heinous act of teachers by tempering with the children’s dignity is not only against the Constitution of India but may affect their developing capacity, APCC said in a release. The teachers have the onerous responsibility to discipline the students, mould their attitudes and characters. Thus, undressing the students was not a corrective measure but a coercive one. Imposing such punishment in school is total violation of child rights and…

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NES accuses CM of ill remark against Pario

  By Staff Reporter ITANAGAR | Nov 28 | The Nyishi Elite Society (NES) on Tuesday has sharply reacted to a purported statement of Chief Minister Pema Khandu against opposition People Party of Arunachal (PPA ) MLA Takam Pario during last assembly session. Claiming use of unparliamentarily adjective against opposition & PPA leader Takam Pario by the CM in the house on October 14 last, NES president Bengia Tolum told press persons in Arunachal Press Club here. It was a humiliating remark by CM after Pario raised a question on GST related issues, Tolum said and wondered how a CM could…

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Don’t believe rumours, our Govt is stable: Simai

  By Our Correspondent PASIGHAT |Nov 28 | “Our Govt is stable as rumours have been doing rounds  that the Govt is likely to collapse and there is no doubt about it. Our Chief Minister is working as visible with long pending  issues being solved, Legal Metrology & Consumer Affairs Parliamentary Secretary Laisam Simai said. Addressing third phase of Sarva  Dharam Sammellan at Tourist lodge here on Monday, he cited the examples of inauguration of western divisional commissioner office at Yachuli and creation of Kamla district to meet public demands but…

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Arunachal students turn philanthropists

By Staff Reporter NAHARLAGUN | Nov 28 | Arunachal Students Union of Punjab (ASUP) on Monday distributed warm and woolen clothes to the needy and poor people, particularly those usually live along footpath and other areas. With the innovative idea to help the helpless, students studying in Punjab and Chandigarh led by ASUP president Tadar Hari and general secretary Tana Thomas undertook the philanthrophic activity by donating warm clothes, shoes and blankets to the needy and homeless people in Sector 43, 16, 35 of Chandigarh and PGI area of Punjab.

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Kaso assures road to Singu Colony

By Our Staff Reporter NAHARLAGUN | Nov 28 |While assessing  development status of Sigu Colony here today, UD, PWD, ULB & Town Planning  Parliamentary Secretary-cum-Itanagar MLA  Techi Kaso while  interacting with local resident learnt about lack  of proper approach road to the hillside colony. While discussing various issues of Papu Nallah and behind Him Petrol Pump areas, Kaso asked them to avail the god given opportunity and live in same place peacefully without shifting repeatedly that would help the Govt and leaders to facilitate proper development. Itanagar assembly constituency is different…

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Arunwood wave grips Arunachalee youths

Aisa Kyun film shooting on By A O News Service NAHARLAGUN | Nov 28 | Satyajit Roy National Television & Film Institute is yet to take shape at Jote but Arunwood wave has visibly gripped Arunachalee youths as well Bollywood filmmakers. While on way to Itanagar during a brief halt, few youths were seen busy shooting at Pinky Store here owned by Ratan Sen. On enquiry, they revealed they were on shooting spree. Director Naga Tok Camdir, music director Kiran Sak, Joram Karan, make-up artist Kenish Lollen, hero Rana Konia…

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Teachers award coporal penalty against students, ASSU for action

ITANAGAR | Nov 28 | All Sagalee students Union (ASSU) has lodged a written complaint with Sagalee police station on Monday against three teachers of Kastruba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya, located in New Sagalee, for their alleged misbehavior with class VI and VII students. The teachers have reportedly resorted to corporal punishment against the students by ordering them to undress before others students, on  November 23, a punishable offence under section 17(1) and 17(2) of RTE Act 2009, the complaint by  ASSU president Teli Runghi and vice president Tana June Tara, made available to…

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Farmers backbone of rural economy: Kobin

ZIRO | Nov 28 | Terming farmers as the backbone of  rural economy, Lower Subansiri ZPC Hage Kobin called for coordination between agrarian group and  PRI leaders after  inaugurating Pare-Ami market shed to market  only organic fruits and vegetable products of the district here today. The market has been developed by Lower Subansiri Vegetable Growers Co-Operative Society Ltd (LSVGCS) with 463 farmers of 39 farming clubs as its members. PRI leaders have been mandated by the GoAP  to select beneficiaries for various agriculture and horticulture schemes. Thus, care should be taken…

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