MOSS to replace cylinder to supply oxygen fast to patients in hospitals

By Pradeep Kumar NAHARLAGUN, June 19: South Korea’s NF Co. Ltd manufactured 19 Medical Oxygen Supply System (MOSS), have been installed in different hospital in Arunachal Pradesh while rest 14 are in installation process. The multifaceted instruments have been supplied by its Gujarat partner Calitech Biotechnologies and its CEO P Patel and financial consultant Anup Ganguly arrived here with the consignment 15 days ago. The procurement of MOSS was approved by former H&FW minister, late Jomde Kena and launched first in India at Itanagar by Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein…

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Kameng HEPP to be functional soon: Singh assures DyCM

NEW DELHI, June 19: Union MoS (Independent) for Power and New & Renewable Energy R K Singh on Wednesday assured Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein all possible support to develop a robust power system in Arunachal Pradesh. Two machines of Kameng Hydro-Electric Power Project  (HEPP) will be made functional soon and rest two machines after the six months and assured to start work of 2800-MW Dibang Multi-Purpose project as requested by Mein. While highlighting state’s power scenario, Mein informed that agreements/MoU of 22 hydro-power project developers were terminated for lack…

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Ramakrishna Mission Nalanda of Arunachal: Lowang

50 bicycles distributed to needy Narottam nagar, June 19: The Ramakrishna Mission (RM) here has been imparting quality education to students from far and wide, the way ancient Nalanda University had attracted scholars and students from Tibet, China, Korea and central Asia, said PHE&WS, DoTCL Minister Wangki Lowang. Recalling his students’ days in this mission school at a function at Vivekananda Sabhagriha here on Tuesday, Lowang advised the students to follow the teachings of Vivekananda to enrich their lives. He was addressing the ceremony for distributing 50 bicycles to most…

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Modernize PTC: Felix

ITANAGAR, June 19: Home Minister Bamang Felix has called for modernisation of PTC as a centre of excellence on the line of North Eastern Police Academy at Shillong. Felix was addressing staff and trainees of Banderdewa police training centre on Tuesday after inspecting the dilapidated infrastructures of PTC before holding a review meeting with officers led by principal Sunil Garg. Felix asked to submit a DPR including a holistic plan in a time bound manner. (PRO)

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Clueless police suspect missing Cl-XI girl Dolly as suicide case

From Our Correspondent TEZU, June 19: Five days after Tezu GHS School class XI student Dolly Wangsa went missing on June 14, clueless Lohit Police suspect the case as ‘suicide’ Her scarf, bag, earphones, spectacles and umbrella were found near Lohit River site on June 14, police sources said and guessed that after evaluation of class-XI answer papers, she had failed and might have committed suicide out of frustration. A special police team has been constituted to locate her while her call records are being investigated, Lohit SP DW Thungon said,…

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Arunachal lures CA to set up firm

By A O News Service NAHARLAGUN, June 19: One Gulab Singh from Rajasthan was on a visit to this sate in December 2017 after qualifying as a chartered accountant that year. The ‘Land of Last Sangri-La’ and its people impressed him so much that he returned here in July 2018 to set up in his own firm Singh G & Co to serve the people. With most of the CAs are operating from outside the state, except Itanagar-based Ramesh Chandra Roy & Associates since 1999  in this changing paradigms, such professional…

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Sant Shree Hem Bhai completes six decades service to humanity

‘Akhand Sadhana Jyoti’ lit The Shanti Sadhna Ashram residents on Wednesday decided to celebrate this annually as ‘Sadhana Day’ and lit a ‘Akhand Sadhana Jyoti’ to inspire one and all, particularly the devotees to serve the humanity. It will continue to lead kindly forever! By Nayan Tara GUWAHATI, June 19: Sixty years ago this day, he at the tender age of 12 begun his journey to serve the society selflessly and since 15 year of his commitment was visible in actions. He studied various religious texts to develop deep connection with…

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Hero Sub-Junior Girls’ NFC | Arunachal Pradesh reach finals

CUTTACK, June 19: The sub-junior girls’ football team of Arunachal Pradesh inked history on Tuesday by reaching the finals of coveted ongoing Hero Sub-junior Girls’ National Football Championship here in Odisha. Arunachal team reached the finals for first time by defeating a strong Gujarat team by four goals to nil in the second semi-finals on Tuesday. The team will face a determined Jharkhand team in the finals on June 20 next. Jharkhand reached the finals after defeating its neighbours Bihar in the first semi-finals. Arunachal Pradesh faced stiff opposition in national…

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Wake up India to give right place to women!

By Jishma S Nair The pragmatic idea of Kerala Women’s Associations, suggested to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, deserves a serious thought as it has been doing rounds in social media. The suggestions include double the rate of liquor, make aadhar card mandatory for buying it, wives will know how much he drinks to initiate bold step to check wastage of money and ensure good health, among others. With numerous cases of drunken driving across the country claiming many lives and leaving uncounted injured, the wives if made responsible could check…

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Ering urges Badal for cold storage   

ITANAGAR, June 19: Pointing out that his home district East Siang is known as rice bowl of Arunachal Pradesh due to abundant rice production, Pasighat West MLA-cum-former MP Ninong Ering, in a letter to Union Minister of Food Processing Harsimrat Kaur Badal, said that there is no marketing facility of the produce. “Arunachal Pradesh is also famous for citrus fruits and ginger. Hence, a cold storage is very necessary to improve sustainability of these products. I would specifically request for provision of a large rolling mill for rice production at…

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