Infiltrators threat to Mera Bharat Mahan

Kudos to CM Sonowal for updating NRC By Pradeep Kumar ITANAGAR, July 30: The final draft of Assam’s National Register of Citizens (NRC), released on Monday, has enlisted 2.89 crore as Indian citizens of total 3.29 crore who had applied. And some 40-41 lakh of Assamese technically excluded from the list. NRC coordinator Sailesh, who released the final draft, emphasised that “this is just a draft, and not the final list. The people who are not included can make claims and objections”. The publication spread high tension across the state…

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How long will we be treated as aliens in our own country?

Dear Prime Minister of India, It’s my 2nd month in Mumbai, the city of dreams as they call it.  But my first experience in here was a bit cold because of the scenes that I had to go through. I am a victim of racial discrimination. I know it’s a minor thing to be called a ‘problem’ but being called names and being treated as a  foreigner and getting those stares to scare us, and harass us in many ways. It’s everywhere, I was in Delhi, and I had experienced…

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‘Make in Arunachal’ Red Star beer hits market

*Arunachal says no to polluting industries Production process By Pradeep Kumar LEKHI, July 30: Red Star, indigenously manufactured with European concept by NEFA Breweries Pvt Ltd located along NH-415 here, hit the markets today. Red Star of international standard with only 7% alcohol content would suit the local taste as Arunachalees make and consume brews traditionally, company’s CMD Sanjoy Dewan said, adding automatic plant of reputed KHS of Germany has been imported for his brewery. State’s excise commissioner Ansuhman Singh, after launching the product, said that this ‘Make in Arunachal’…

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Free SUMAA leaders unconditionally: Protesters

By Our Staff Reporter ITANAGAR, July 30: Arrested SUMMA general secretary Suraj Ligu and convenor Tarh Rekam’s family members, well-wishers and state’s indigenous people staged protest and held dharna at IG Park here today demanding immediate unconditional release of the duo. Students’ Union Movement of All Arunachal (SUMAA) leaders were detained by Capital Police on July 24 last on the basis of order issued by West Kameng DC u/s 3(i) of Arunachal Pradesh Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 2014 for their alleged involvement in extortion. Police have detained them illegally without any…

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WASE  targets drug hub, conducts anti-drug event

  From Our Correspondent PASIGHAT, July 30: Leku Jelom, closely located near Jonai sub-division of Dhemaji district of Assam, has turned a hub for drug peddlers who penetrate into Siang area with about 80% drugs, like brown sugar, ganja, heroin and decolic tablets. Concerned over the dangerous situation, the Women Against Social Evil (WASE) has been conducting anti-drug awareness campaign in Leku Jelom since July 5 last in its continued efforts to eradicate drug menace from the society. WASE general secretary Joya Tasung Moyong, addressing villagers on Sunday, exhorted all…

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Stand united to tackle growing drug menace: Jarkar

  AALO, July 30: In a bid to contain growing problems of drug menace and social problems created by addicted youth, Tax & Excise, Tourism & Cultural Affairs Minister Jarkar Gamlin today exhorted one ad all to stand united against such vices. Addressing officers of West Siang district administration, police, public and NGO representatives here, Gamlin termed drug and alcoholism among the GenNext as detrimental for a peaceful society. Drug peddlers are responsible for such destructive social phenomenon, he said and advocated brining them to book and award exemplary punishments….

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Students sensitized on POCSO Act, 2012 & Juvenile Justice Act, 2015

YUPIA, July 30:  Papum pare deputy director-cum- ICDS cell DCP conducted awareness-cum-sensitization programme on Protection of Children from Sexual Offence (POCSO) Act, 2012 and Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015 involving around 1200 students during July 18 to 26 last. The campaign covered nine schools, namely Nonpu Govt. residential school, Govt. middle school at Gumto, Emchi, Tigdo, Dobam, Banderdewa & Karsingsa; Govt. secondary school at Mani & Banderdewa and Govt. HS School Kimin. It was also conducted during  Jan Sunvai Sammelan at Jote & Kimin, according to an official…

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Boxing Champ ends: Hali adjudged best boxer

  SEPPA, July 30: In all 72 took part in maiden district level senior, junior sub-junior Boxing Championship, which concluded here on July 26 last. Hali Tana Tara of Ganga Boxing Club was declared the best boxer. Addressing the participants during valedictory function, Arunachal Pradesh Building & Other Construction Workers Welfare Board Jalley Sonam (chief guest) and Rajo Gyadi (guest of honour) exhorted them to stick to sportsmen spirit to rise to higher ladders.

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Will Assam NRC not turn boomerang in North-East?  

Fate of 1.39 crore in hangs in balance Agency from Guwahati adds: The fate of reportedly 1.39 crore in Assam hangs in balance. The draft will be published at 12 pm at all NRC Sewa Kendras (NSK) across the state on Monday and applicants can check their names in the list which will include the applicant’s name, address and photographs, NRC state coordinator Prateek Hajela said. The applicants can check their names in the draft by visiting their respective designated NRC which will be available on all working days from 10 am to 4 pm from July…

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Cong to return to power in 2019: Sanjoy

BJP slammed for dividing people  KHARSANG, July 29: Holding the BJP solely responsible for today’s religious conflicts besides dividing assembly Miao Assembly constituency on the basis of culture, faith and community, large number of people joined Congress expressing their ire against the ruling BJP during a rally here on Sunday. Chief Minister Pema Khandu-led BJP’s communal politics has polluted   the tribal society  and his  Govt  damaged the process of self sustaining and self sufficiency  system by ignoring to develop irrigation system that had has forced the poor to  abandon their age-old traditional  paddy cultivation …

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