Absentees showcaused

YUPIA, June 29: Finding many health staff absent in Nirjuli and Jullang  health sub-centres  during surprise move inspection today, Papum Pare DMO Dr Tasso Subu Kampu issued showcause notices to the absentees, saying such absenteeism will not be tolerated. Her move was as desired by DC Dr. Joram Beda.  (DIPRO)

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Kaso donated power transformer

By Our Staff Reporter NAHARLAGUN, June 29: PWD, UD Parliamentary Secretary-cum-Itanagar MLA Techi Kaso donated a 250 KVA power transformer to Papu-I village, near here today. Proposals for power transformer in Papu-I and other areas have been initiated to end suffering of the residents, particularly students but delayed by some factor, Kaso told the villagers. Advocating its proper use, Kaso said that development will take place in phase manner but the people should have faith in leadership and the GoAP. Referring to a memorandum submitted seeking  widening of Papu-I and II road,…

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Wangham to sponsor Sainik School students

  LONGDING, June 29: Local MLA Thangwang Wangham today announced to sponsor educational expenses of candidates who qualify to join Sainik School and urged parents of eligible candidates of his assembly constituency to apply for the entrance test scheduled on July 22 next. It is worth mentioning here that he also has been sponsoring UPSC aspirants since last many years. As education and health have been his priority areas,  he has borne medical expenses worth lakhs of many patients from time to time. Establishment of opium  de-addiction centre, which has successfully freed many people from the…

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Hundreds join Yater on her last journey

By Our Staff Reporter NAHARLAGUN, June29: Wailing and sobbing rented the air at Model village with hundreds of family members, relative friends and traders bade good bye to Tarh Yater Tehi, w/o Techi Lala, today on her last journey from this mortal world.  Meanwhile, All Nyishi Students Union (ANSU) deeply mourned over untimely death of its former leader on June 27 last. The Union, in its condolence message, prayed for eternal peace of the departed soul.

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Shun money culture in politics: CM

 * Prem Milan marks Prem Bhai’s 10th death anniversary BANDERDEWA, June 28:  Terming Prem Bhai as  a saint, who brought tremendous changes in Nyishi society and contributed to state’s development with his 25-year humanitarian service for which commands respect not only from Catholic community but across all denominations of Christian society besides different faiths, Chief Minister Pema Khandu today said. Addressing a function, rechristened ‘Prem Milan’ to pay tribute to Prem Bhai, on his 10th death anniversary at Holy Trinity Catholic Church here, organized by Arunachal Pradesh Catholic Association, he acknowledged the…

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Stand united to herald a new era, Waii to labour leaders

  By A O News Service ITANAGAR, June 28: Terming the labourers bedrock of development of the state, Home and Law Minister Kumar Waii today exhorted labour union leaders to stand united to work with commitment to begin a new era of development in this land-locked hilly state. Addressing leaders of Joint Working Committee of Arunachal Pradesh Trade Union (JWCAPTU) in Arunachal Pradesh Building & Other Construction Workers’ Welfare Board (APBOCWWB) office here, Waii said that “baseless quarrel and dispute (bakerki jhadga aur phasad) would not benefit anyone. Any argument should be logical to strengthen…

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TRIHMS status reviewed | 101 faculties ready for new academic session: Dr Jini

  By A O News Service NAHARLAGUN, June 28: Tomo Riba Institute of Health and Medical Sciences (TRIHMS) director Dr Moji Jini and dean-cum-principal Prof P Jaykumar today thoroughly reviewed the status of the medical college to begin its academic session with 50 intake capacity seats, but would be enhanced as and when feasible besides provisions made for PG and higher courses in future. Departmental engineers and contractor Ha Tatu highlighted the status of each section of ongoing infrastructure works including completion of women’s hostel of MBBS students during the meeting,…

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Johny’s selection sends wave of happiness

GoAP to recognize her: Dr Chai By A O News Service ITANAGAR, June 28: Selection of karateka Johny Mangkhiya to represent India in Asian Games-2018 at Indonesia capital Jakarta has sent a wave of happiness among state lawmakers. Terming her as an inborn talented girl and daughter of daughter of Nera Mangkhaiya of Seppa, Home Minister Kumar Waii of East Kameng district said that she deserves appreciation from all sections of the society for becoming a role model for the younger generations who have been wasting their energies instead of channelizing in…

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Make Sainik School best in India: Guv

ITANAGAR, June 28: Governor Brig. (Retd) B D Mishra today called for making the proposed Sainik School at Niglok, near Pasighat, one of the three sanctioned, best in the country. Chairing a high level meeting in Raj Bhavan here today, he emphasised that all formalities including admission process should be completed on time for it to start from August 27 next as scheduled. While appreciating Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein for expediting transfer of land for the institute, he advised chief secretary Satya Gopal, education secretary Madhu Rani Teotia, sports director Tadar Appa,…

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Community toilet inaugurated in 6 wards

ITANAGAR, June 28: Capital Complex DC Prince Dhawan today inaugurated community toilets in 19, 20, 22, 26, 27 and 29 wards and handed over them to respective SHGs for up keeping and maintenance. Stressing that toilets have been built for public convenience, he directed the SHGs to ensure proper maintenance and exhorted the public to use the facility. However, he said that it is the duty of every denizen to ensure its maintenance and hoped that these toilets would go a long way in facilitating public and tourists. These toilets are…

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