Set example for MCI to grant 100 medical seats: Prof Mehta

Significance of 010818=9 The day is significant because 9 is a number of patience, harmony, meditation, inspiration and perfection of ideas. It also is a symbol of creation and represents that life is full of development and rhythm and denotes perfection and virile power.   Political willpower mantra for dev: CM By Pradeep Kumar NAHARLAGUN, Aug 01: Arunachal Pradesh inked history with dignitaries led by Chief Minister Pema Khandu handing over medical seat allocation letters to first batch of 39 (27 girls & 12 boys) of 40 students of TRIMHS…

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Inferno devours 35 shops, upset CM directs DA to act

  ITANAGAR, Aug 01: Chief Minister Pema Khandu expressed grief and concern over the huge fire mishap at Roing that devoured a major section of Middle Market Line of the township. “I am saddened by the devastating fire that devoured one-fourth of Roing market on Tuesday evening though no loss of live was reported. At this moment of sorrow and loss, I pray for strength and courage to those affected and stand by them in this excruciating moment,” he said in a statement today. Khandu expressed gratitude to the Indian…

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Guv moves IAF chief on Dullungmukh firing range

  ‘Sitaraman unaware’ AONS adds: Defence Minister Nirmala Sitaraman, who was here on May 29 last, had gone blank in response to a question from this daily – why the IAF firing range in Dollungmukh is not relocated though it has jeopardised 3,000 local denizens, spoiling local environment and damaged Govt school building which fails to function due to fear. Though the GoAP spokesman had announced that the matter has been taken up with IAF but the IAF had dropped two high grade bombs on June 10 in Dollungmukh which…

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24X7 TRIMHS trauma centre soon: Experts

By Pradeep Kumar NAHARLAGUN, Aug 01: The trauma centre of TRIMHS would be reality soon to provide 24X7 services, said New Delhi-based AIIM’s Jay Prakash Narayan Apex Trauma Centre Prof Dr Sajeev Bhoi and assistant Prof Dr Tej Praksh Sinha. The due associated with TRIMHS for last five years for their strong bond with director Moji Jini had a threadbare discussion today to expedite setting up of the trauma centre. Their discussion covered to set up the trauma centre by strictly adhering to its requirements right from the first step…

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‘Operation clean drive’ to prevent influx of illegal migrants: AAPSU

  By Our Reporter ITANAGAR, Aug 01: All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU), fearing possibility of influx of many refugees whose name did not figure in Assam’s final NRC draft, has decided to launch ‘operation clean drive’ to thwart the attempts of such infiltration. A committee headed by convener Tatung Taga would conduct spot verification at all entry and exit points in various districts, assist authorities concerned in assessing the situation and help in driving out those taking refuge in the state without valid documentation, AAPSU GS Tobom Dai told media…

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TRIMHS students assure their best to meet high expectations

  By A O News Service NAHARLAGUN, Aug 01: The lucky 39 students who received medical seat allotment letters of TRIMHS from dignitaries during an impressive function here today. However, students of parents serving in the state included from South, Odisha and from various parts of the Arunachal Pradesh reflected impartial selection process with only genuine candidates getting selected. However, most of them talking to this daily, said that they feel proud to be selected in the first batch of state’s first medical college. As there are lots of expectations…

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APPWS skills cops’ children with free computer training

ITANAGAR, Aug 01: A two-day  maiden computer skill and graphics design training, provided free by Arunachal Pradesh Police Welfare Society (APPWS) for 23 children of police families, begun here today. “The need of the hour is to empower our youth to bring the desired change in the society. We are trying to help our students through advanced computer skills to dream big and achieve big,” ex-officio APPWS chief advisor Dr. Sushi Singh said while underscoring the importance of empower youth with new skills. “I am impressed with the quick grasping…

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GoAP promotes 41 APCS officers

  ITANAGAR, Aug 01: The GoAP headed by Chief Minister Pema Khandu approved promotions of state civil service officers (APCS) in an order today. The order read promotion of two APCS (administrative grade officers to sr administrative grade), 15 APCS selection grade officers to administrative grade and 24 APCS senior grade officers to selection grade.

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APWWS welcomes Dr Taba’s move, asks GoAP to mend arbitrary act

  ITANAGAR, Aug 01: Arunachal Pradesh Women’s Welfare Society (APWWS) has welcomed and lauded the decision of Dr Nirmali Taba for refusing to join as chairman of Arunachal Pradesh State Commission for Women (APSCW) and wished her ‘good luck’ for future endeavours. “Her bold and visionary decision reflects the fighting spirit and sacrifice of women for the greater interest and welfare of the society and is a huge victory against those forces making women scapegoat for appeasement politics”, the APWWS said in a release. While the APWWS maintained that it is…

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2nd batch students ready to join mainstream society: DPMSHIVI

  By Our Staff Reporter CHIMPU, Aug 01: Second batch of 7 visually impaired and 6 hearing impaired students of Donyi Polo Mission School for Hearing and Visually Impaired (DPMSHIVI) here have passed out their class-X board examination mainstream of the society. They have secured good marks due to committed studies with keen interest, DPMSHIVI principal H Sharma said, adding they are capable of opting for a profession to earn their sustained livelihood independently. Most of the students were admitted to Tura’s Montofort Training Centre and Shillong’s Jyoti Saroth Schoo…

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