Hold money culture free election: APMCC

Rallists erupt Sagalee atmosphere SAGALEE, Sept 07: Univocally demanding clean election free from money culture, politics based on religion and community, members of Arunachal Pradesh Mahila Congress Committee (APMCC) and its frontal organization led by their president Nabam Yakum staged a rally here on Friday. Senior citizens, women, youths and Congress supporters pitched in support, according to an APMCC release. APMC VP Yam Toko, addressing the mammoth gathering lauded former Prime Minister, late Rajiv Gandhi as a passionate crusader for women’s empowerment. She sought women of the constituency to come forward to walk hand in…

Read More

Pachin Colony woman murder case | AAMSU stages protest, demands culprits’ arrest

‘Police on toes to nab culprits’ Naharlagun Police are on their toes to bring the culprits of the murder and attack to book at the earliest. However, a crime is a crime irrespective of caste, creed, religion and region, police station OC inspector Nikom Riba said, adding no leader what so ever should be blamed for any crime. The police are doing their duty and making breakthrough is a matter of time, he added. GUWAHATI/LAKHIMPUR, Sept 07: All Assam Minority Students’ Union (AAMSU) protested against Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema…

Read More

Sarkar Aapke Dwar yields over Rs 2.7 lakh revenue

ITANAGAR, Sept 07: The Sarkar Aapke Dwar event, organized by district administration at Ganga GHS School, with participation of 21 departments of Capital Complex to offer services and resolved grievances of large number of people who flocked to the venue. DCPrince Dhawan visited every counter and interacted with the team members, handed over important documents, like digitally generated ST/PRC & LPC of approved cases and marriage certificate; 220 smart ration cards, first of its kind in entire North East; forms for new electrical connection, water connection, AADHAAR enrolment, e- ILP,…

Read More

Riba continues mission to showcase Arunachal’s rich culture heritage

By Pradeep Kumar Beyond the Horizon Indigenous daughter Nyayir Riba continuing her mission to showcase rich cultural heritage of Arunachal Pradesh will be performing in Dr. Bhupen Hazarika Centre for Studies in Performing Arts under Dibrugarh University. The Centre in collaboration with East Zone Cultural Centre, Sangeet Natak Academy and National School of Drama often conduct various programmes throughout the year. Riba has been invited by Sangeet Natak Academy for the programme as she has been associated with Bhopal-based Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalay (IGRMS) since 2012 after her predecessor Geter Ingo as IGRMS resource person.  Ingo,…

Read More

Cong to protest against price rise on Sept 10

ITANAGAR, Sept 07: Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee, responding to call of AICC in protest against price rise of petrol, diesel & CNG in India, will join nation-wide bandh call across the state from 9 am to 3 pm on September 10 next. The exorbitant price rise was due to arbitrary and unethical steps of BJP-led central and state Govts to extort the masses APCC president Takam Sanjoy said in a release, adding the price rise has escalated rates of transportation to push up rates of essential commodities including to affect…

Read More

Alumnus renovate school voluntarily

From Our Correspondent PASIGHT, Sept 07: Sile GHS School in East Siang district was set up in 1953 and many of its alumnus  after 65 years have voluntarily taken up its renovation, themed “Project 65”, which is progressing on war footing. The voluntary work was spearheaded by RGU assistant Prof Dr. David Gao along with other   alumnus on self help basis which got a new thrust with the support of CO Vijay Tamuk. “We have so far collected Rs 13, 68,456.00 from 184 generous contributors including alumnus, NGOs, parents, kebang, well wishers…

Read More

19 children home inmates admitted to school

By A O News Service NAHARLAGUN, Sept 07: Lone Children Home (CH) of Arunachal Pradesh, located in Oju Welfare Association campus here, swelled with 19 tiny tots in the age group of three to 10 recently with their poor parents pleading OWA chairperson Any Ratan for their rehabilitation. Though they were accommodated despite no space but the next challenge was their education, Ratan said, adding getting them admitted during mid-session is a herculean task. Moreover, furniture in school and hostel of Oju Mission School at Papu Nallah poised another tough…

Read More

ATI begins training of trainers

NAHARLAGUN, Sept 07: With shortage of skilled manpower in Arunachal Pradesh, Administrative Training Institute (ATI) here launched a GoI sponsored three-day training of trainers (ToT) on Thursday. In his inaugural address, ATI director Pate Mari said that the training, in five identified districts of Papumpare, Lower Subansiri, Kra Daddi, East Siang and Namsai, aims at desired capacity building of GoAP functionaries at  cutting edge, i.e. group ‘B’ non-gazetted and group ‘C employees recruited within  0-2 years; promoting citizen centric good governance; improving public services delivery; building competency of untrained functionaries;…

Read More

State Sports Award to be an annual affairs: Tago

Kamle District Football League begins RAGA, Sept 07: The State Sports Award conceived by Sports & Youth Affairs Minister Dr Mohesh Chai will be organized annually to recognize and honour sports personalities and promoters in seven categories — Sports Association of the year, Best Sport Organiser of the year, Coach of the year, Player of the year (Men & Women), Sports Administrator of the year, Life Time sports achievements for promoting games & sports in the state and sport supporting staffs of the year. While disclosing this in his inaugural…

Read More

Sarkar Aapke Dwar records huge gathering  

DEED, Sept 07: Goan buri Neelam Yania inaugurated first Jan Sunwai Summelan (Sarkar Aapke Dwar) at picturesque Deed village, 52-km away from Lower Subansiri district HQs Ziro on Friday which witnessed a massive turnout. “This is a blessing, especially for old people like me. The treacherous 30-km drive to Yachuli for basic documents is taxing on our old bodies,” said 62-year-old GB holding counterfoil for AADHAR registration. Of the 23 departments which took part in the event, horticulture department distributed farming tools to 100 beneficiaries and provided 150 new registration…

Read More