DCC reviews bank performances 

BOLENG, July 30: Siang DC Rajeev Takuk, chairing a district level review-cum-consultative committee meeting for the March quarter end here on Monday, reviewed performance of all district banks under annual credit plan (ACP), CD ratio and sought updates from all concerned. The meeting attended by district lead bank manager, bank managers, HoDs and officers of various departments discussed in details on progress of ongoing projects, recovery position and finalized  schedule for holding of financial literacy camps besides steps to doubling farmers income by 2022 and financial inclusion. (DIPRO)

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RNTCP felicitates TB champions

AALO, July 30: West Siang ADC C. Chukhu after felicitated all TB champions during maiden Renewed National TB Control Programme (RNTBP)  meeting here on July 27 last, said that TB is a common disease prevalent in the  society and screening tests should be carried out in an intensified manner to detect patients for systematic treatment free of cost for its eradication. Social stigma and taboos associated with the disease too is a hurdle for which awareness is essential for greater coverage under the RNTBP. Speaking detail  on zeroing defaulters gradually, DMO…

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ITBP firing practice

ITANAGAR, July 30: As the 49th ITBP Bn is scheduled to conduct firing practice at 1st AAP Bn firing range at Chimpu during July 31 to August 5 next, Capital Complex district administration has urged the denizens, particularly those living nearby not to go near the firing range allow their cattle. (DIPRO)

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Papum Pare DCC meet held

YUPIA, July 30: Papum Pare DC Vikram Singh Malik chaired a district level committee meeting here on Tuesday to select new proposals under Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakaram (PM JVK) which was attended by former CM-cum-Sagalee MLA Nabam Tuki and Doimukh MLA Tana Hali Tara. Tara, in his address, urged the BDOs for evolving creative and innovative schemes but feasible besides give proper guide and directions to various committees in their respective jurisdictions about their role and responsibility for implementing Govt schemes. All BDO proposals are need-based, Malik said and advised the BDOs…

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Vijoynagar road to be harbinger of tourism

Road is my dream: Mossang Completion of 156-km Miao-Vijoynagar road would give a new thrust to tourism, Miao MLA-cum-UD Minister Kamlung Mossang, who represents that area, reiterating his dream to connect the road on priority to improve communication. The road would not only protect flora and fauna of NNP for posterity while maintaining ecological balance but also would give a new thrust to state tourism. Now it takes about 4 to 6 days by foot march to reach Vijoynagar from Miao. Appreciating the keen interest shown by Governor Brig (Retd)…

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IHIP to be a game-changer: Mukherjee

ITANAGAR, July 29: A two-day state level workshop-cum-training of trainers of Arunachal Pradesh on ‘Use of integrated health information platform (IHIP) in integrated disease surveillance programme begun at Dorjee Khandu State Convention Centre here on Monday. H&FW secretary-cum-NHM mission director Juhi Mukherjee, in her inaugural address as chief guest, appreciated IHIP concept, saying it is a momentous occasion to witness the start of a watershed project. She emphasized that “what gets measured will be monitored” and advised the gathering to commit themselves to doing their work with integrity and sincerity.…

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Include Arunachal in TITP for skill training in Japan: Bagra

GUWAHATI, July 29: Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (SD&E) Minister Tumke Bagra urged GoI to include Arunachal Pradesh in technical intern training programme (TITP) for skill training in Japan as per MoU signed between India and Japan. The state has set a target to train 29,510 under centre sponsored state managed (CSSM) component of PMKVY, 3890 have been enrolled in the portal and 2812 s completed training and 545 given placement. He sought extension of PMKVY scheme beyond March 2020 with cent percent provision for residential training while taking part in…

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WHl-181 rescues under aged girl to ink success

NAHARLAGUN, July 29: An under aged Arunachalee girl was rescued from Assam with the intervention of Arunachal Women Helpline-181 (WHL) to ink a success story. The WHL had received the case through National Commission for Protection of Child Rights member Rosy Taba. A girl Yayu (name changed) during vacation went to Assam on a visit to her maternal grandparent. She met a boy who was also under aged but both fell in love and decided to settle down. When her parents after learning about this found that she was already…

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Bagra resents poor roads, asks for fast renovation

AALO, July 29: Industry, Textile and Handicraft Minister Tumke Bagra stressed on selection of viable and feasible schemes to benefit common masses while taking part in district development committee (DDC) and monitoring committee meeting here on Monday. Expressing anguish over poor pace of highway maintenance, he asked the executing agency to make judicious use of fund to renovate the dilapidated roads of the district. He called for tapping Siru hydel project on grid/isolation mode, early completion of Aalo circuit house, Paya Bridge and other common assets of the district. MLAs Nyamar…

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