APPSCCE fiasco continues | APCC demands APPSC team to quit en masse for its ‘match fixing’ fiasco

* GoAP should find amicable solution or quit: Sanjoy By AO News Service ITANAGAR, Nov 13: Addressing over 600 Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Combined Competitive Examination (APPSCCE) aspirants agitating in IG Park’s Tennis Court here on Tuesday evening, APCC president Takam Sanjoy expressed its deep concern over their untold sufferings and concern of their parents. “The situation as per records has been manipulated by the Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) for non-intervention of governor and CMO though you all have been agitating for last four days, he said and demanded…

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Soch se soch ki ladhai! | APYC brings civil society together for common causes

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: Members of civil society, mostly belonging to younger generations, representatives of NGO, schools, colleges, party members and journalists assembled to discuss most burning issues confronting Arunachal Pradesh at Arunalaya here on Tuesday. The issues with resource persons (in bracket) were: ‘Rising unemployment’ (IYC national president Keshav Chandra Yadav, Sr journalist Pradeep Kumar, Arunachal Civil Society chairman Patey Tayum & AAUEEMCEA president Ralom Rigom), ‘Trans-Arunachal Highway TAH’ (APYCC president Takam Sanjoy & former ANSU GS Arjun Panye) and ‘Panchayati Raj System’ (Arunachal Pradesh Rajiv Gandhi Panchati Raj Sangathan convenor…

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CM urges youth to be partners of GoAP

TAWANG, Nov 13: Chief Minister Pema Khandu today urged BJP party leaders to be part of state Govt’s campaign in taking forward the benefits of GoI and GoAP  flagships programmes to the people and take active part to help people during Sarkar Aapke Dwar Sammelan. Addressing BJP Mukto mandal convention of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM), he said that the GoAP needs active support of the young party workers in successful implementation of all flagships programmes. He also urged them to work with dedication based on BJP ideology but rising above…

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NHRC impressed with OWA services

NAHARLAGUN, Nov 13: A team of National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) headed by thematic special rapporteur Dr. Ashok Sahu along with labour officer (HQ) Tajik and Labour Commission officials Oju Welfare Association (OWA) here on Tuesday to collect first hand information, specifically on child labour, bonded Labour. After interacting with Swadhar Greh, specialized adoption agency, children home, women helpline, legal aid clinic inmates and visiting several vocational training centers, Dr. Sahu said  that he had never seen such an integrated complex with multiple facilities under one roof. He lauded OWA chairperson…

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Children’s Day greetings

ITANAGAR, Nov 13: Governor Brig. (Retd) B.D. Mishra and Chief Minister Pema Khandu have greeted the people of Arunachal Pradesh, particularly children on Children’s Day on Wednesday, commemorating birth anniversary of India’s first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. “For our children’s ‘tomorrow’, let us give our ‘today’, the Governor appealed in his message. “Children being the future of the country, their moral and educational standards determine the progress of a nation. The welfare of our children is a national priority,” the CM said in his message, and appealed “Therefore, it is…

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PRU reflects RGU’s era of innovative

RONO HILLS, Nov 13: In the quest for innovative projects for all round development of Rajiv Gandhi University, its vice chancellor Prof. Saket Kushwaha has approved project for creation of paper recycling unit (PRU) in the campus, one of many such innovative projects. The RGU has been exploring options for management of waste since long as majority of waste is paper being an educational institute. Thus, the most viable mode of managing the waste is a PRU, a RGU release said. The VC identified the site for the purpose after spot…

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Free camp benefits needy

KANUBARI, Nov 13: Hundreds of students and public benefited from free eye screening camp, organized by Wancho Students Union (WSU) in collaboration with Itanagar’s Ramakrishna Mission Hospital here on Tuesday. Kanubari MLA Gabriel D Wangsu, in his inaugural address, lauded WSU for its initiative to help the masses to get free treatment at their door steps as many cannot afford to go outside for treatment. He also appreciated the medical team for their services and urged the villagers and students to take proper care of their eyes. Elaborating about the camp,…

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PPFA urges PM Modi to defuse Assam tension

By Our Correspondent GUWAHATI, Nov 13: Patriotic People’s Front Assam (PPFA), while expressing serious concern over mounting tensions between two valleys of the state in recent past, urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take personal initiative in defusing relentless worries among the residents. The forum of nationalist citizens asserted that few anti-national elements were working against the social harmony where state government in Dispur shockingly remains silent. It may be noted that on the backdrop of Centre’s citizenship amendment initiative in favour of religious minorities from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan,…

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Blood donation camp at TRIMHS today

Our Correspondent NAHARLAGUN, Nov 13: A group of college and varsity students led by Sigin-II Youth Association president Tang Niji have decided to donate blood voluntarily in TRIMHS here on Wednesday morning coinciding with Children’s Day. Informing that people of Sigin C. D block always suffer from anemia and other ailments and suffer in emergency for want of blood donors had moved them to come forward to donate blood voluntarily, Niji said, adding that such noble gesture would be reciprocated when their people are need of blood to save their lives.

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Army gifts furniture to ME school

DHEMAJI, Nov 13: The 56 Infantry Division of Army provided furniture to Gharomora Model Satara ME School here in Assam recently as part of Operation Sadbhabana to boost Army’s bonhomie with the civilian population. The improved infrastructure will motivate and assist the students to perform better in the studies. Drawing competition and cultural event were conducted to motivate students. The students, their parents and teachers attended the function.

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