400 benefit from PTC health camp

By Our Staff Reporter BANDERDEWA | May 30 | Over 400 police personnel and their family members benefitted from a mega health check-up camp organised in police training centre hereon Tuesday. The free camp, aimed at physical, medical well-being of the uniformed men who undergo various physical and mental stresses and their families, was organised in collaboration with health services department with Dr. Gibi Tali, Dr. Mrs. G Tali conducting the camp, assisted by Lab. technician Khoda Khopi, Onom Saroh, pharmacist Kipa Raju. Free medicines were also given. PTC principal  Surendra…

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Officials sensitized on DS, PKI for growth of Digital Arunachal

  ITANAGAR | May 30 | Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC), under Controller of Certifying Authorities (MietY) of GoI in association with ITC department, organised a day-long awareness on digital signatures (DS) and public key infrastructure (PKI) here today. CDAC officials explained the importance of DS and PKI to facilitate growth of Digital Arunachal and Digital India. With our lives heading towards a digital era, paper has become redundant instrument, while electronic services and transactions in digital form are becoming common with same trust, thus adoption of DS and…

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EE fined Rs 25,000 for denying information

  ITANAGAR | May 30 | Arunachal Pradesh Information Commission (APIC) has imposed a penalty of Rs 25,000 on Aalo PHE&WS division executive engineer Kirba Sora for refusing to furnish information relating to implementation and renovation of water supply at Gamoyiio of Gemo village as sought by Mato Tali on January 15 last. He has been directed to give the information within June 15 next failing with the APIC may recommend disciplinary action as per service rule, according to an APIC release.

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Optical firbe line to boost tele link in Indo-China border soon: Nirmala

  Modi Govt made India global growth engine By Pradeep Kumar ITANAGAR | May 29 | India has undergone vast transformation during last 48 months to become  global growth engine with 31% gross domestic product (GDP) against though 4% of many nations, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said here today. Informing that her visit to the state intended to highlight actual tangible achievements made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led BJP government in the Centre for the media, like other cabinet colleagues, to disseminate the information for the masses to benefit. All union ministers have been…

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World’s 55% of new bank accounts in India a benchmark: Sitharaman  

  ITANAGAR | May 29 | India created a benchmark in financial inclusion while accounting for 55% of newly opened bank accounts across the world during 2014-2017,Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today said while quoting World Bank report. Highlighting achievements of BJP-led NDA Govt during last four years, through 70 slides, she said about 31.52 crore Jan Dhan Yojana accounts were opened reflecting the involvement of the masses who never dreamt of an account in any bank. Introduction of per drop more crop, e-NAM, containing pilferage of fertilizers and minimum support prices heralded…

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Industry to boom soon 

* MoS nods to Taga plea for ‘Rising Arunachal’ By A O News Service ITANAGAR | May 29| Arunachal Pradesh, an almost zero industrialized state, would witness industrial boom soon with willing support of New Delhi – the outcome of 3½ -hour long discussion state Industries Minister Tamiyo Taga had with Union MoS (Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution, Commerce & Industry) C R Chaudhary in his office here today. Taga, in an exclusive interview to this daily after the meeting, said that it was a threadbare discussion on how to tap huge…

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Tharoor-led panel visits DMMM

TAWANG |  May 29  | The Parliamentary Standing Committee on External Affairs led by its chairperson Dr. Shashi Tharoor visited the Dorjee Khandu Memorial Museum (DKMM) here at Famla on Monday. After offering floral tributes and khatas at the memorial of former chief minister Dorjee Khandu, the team visited the memorial which houses 2 galleries on the life and work of late Khandu and one on the VI Dalai Lama Tsangyang Gyatso who was born in Tawang. The team was received by Tawang MLA Tsering Tashi and high-ranking Army officers led by 5 Mountain Division GoC…

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Permanent HC in Arunachal soon: CM

DAMBUK | May 29 | A permanent high court will be set up in Arunachal Pradesh soon, Chief Minister Pema Khandu told a public meeting here today. It may be mentioned here that the permanent bench of Gauhati High Court was established at Naharlagun and inaugurated by then Chief Justice A S Anand of Supreme Court of India on 12th August, 2000. (AONS) Responding to public demand for stationing paramilitary force area in Dambuk to check intrusion of anti-social elements from neighboring state, he assured to discuss with DGP for stationing a state police battalion. The…

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Tai Khamti revised script training | Milestone to adopt as 3rd language: DyCM

  TENGAPANI (NAMSAI) | Apr 29 | The  workshop-cum-training on Tai Khamti revised script & literature is historic as Thai Khamti script will be introduced as third language from the coming session Khamti inhabited schools in Namsai district, Deputy Chief Minister, Chowna Mein today said. In his inaugural address to the workshop at Golden Pagoda Monastery here, he said that Tai Khamti is a tonal language depending much on pronunciation but little deviation alters the intending meaning. Advocating sincerity in learning the script to gain expertise to teach others with confidence, he said…

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No currency shortage: Khrimey

ITANAGAR | May 29 | BJP national executive member R K Khrimey, during BJP-GoAP joint  press conference on Monday here, responding to question from this daily on shortage of currency notes in circulation, had said there was no shortage quoting Union Finance Minister Piyush Goel, which was not audible due to rising voices of questioners. Khrimey took exception as his opinion was not referred to so also his view that shortage of PDS in Domain under Antodaya scheme was not party’s look out but the domain of the GoAP.

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