Massive impacts of Fani | Decision design thinking in nature’s way need of the hour: Dr Mishra

By Pradeep Kumar SILIGURI, Sept 19: Earth scientist Dr Manoranjan Mishra, who has been conducting research on climate change modeling, seal level change modeling and decision design thinking in nature’s way in Odisha, explained the tall tell impact of super cyclone Fani. Indian Metrological Department initially had predicted that Fani, originating from 2 degree equator, will hit at Chennai coast first. The prediction changed to Vishakaptam had slackened Odisha Govt. The prediction again changed to Berahampur and then to Puri based on the movement of Fani that had awakened Odisha…

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IAF honours those helped in finding AN-32 wreckage

AALO, Sept 19: The Indian Air Force at adduced landing ground here on Wednesday felicitated all civilians involved in search and recovery of wreckage of ill-fated AN-32 that crashed at Pari Mountain near Gate village on June 3 last. Eastern Command Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief Air Marshal R.D Mathur, who facilitated them, said that the IAF is indebted to the state administration led by chief minister, Chief Secretaries, DCS and SPs of Siang, West Siang and Shi-Yomi districts and all those who were directly or indirectly involved in locating the crash…

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‘Vivekanada Shila Smarak- Ek Bharat Vijayi Bharat’ | Spread message of Swamiji: Guv

ITANAGAR, Sept 19: Hailing teachings of great patriot saint Swami Vivekananda, Governor Brig. (Retd) B.D. Mishra has urged Vivekananda Kendra members to spread his teachings and message of national integration and unity to each and every school to motivate the younger generation to inculcate Swamiji’s values of life. The VK members called on him at Raj Bhavan here on Wednesday coinciding with 50th year dedication of Vivekanada Rock Memorial in Kanyakumari to the nation.  Citing examples of Sankaracharya and Swamiji, he said one’s life, even though short must be fruitful…

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Childline Itanagar attended 1468 calls

ITANAGAR, Sept 19:  Childline Itanagar with Don Bosco Youth Centre as a collaborative organization in Itanagar has attended 1468 cases till August last. This came to limelight during a review meeting of Childline Advisory Board (CAB), chaired by Capital Complex DC Vikram Singh Malik here on Wednesday. It reviewed its functioning and activities before suggesting measures to enhance its services. CWC chairperson Kani Nada Maling enlisted shortcomings being faced during rescue operations, like lack of vehicle when the DC assured to consider and extend all possible support. Malik urged all…

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CS stresses on dev of villages near border areas

ITANAGAR, Sept 19: Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar asked the DCs of border areas to propose schemes which will have a strong and long lasting impact on the villagers in border areas. Kumar’s directions came during 37th meeting of the State Level Screening Committee (SLSC) on Border Area Development Programme (BADP) chaired by him on Wednesday in presence of principal secretary Dr. A.C. Verma, senior officers, deputy commissioners or their representatives, district planning officers, representative from ITBP.. He also directed them to select one village under Border Blocks from their districts to…

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A book enlists steps to safeguard Arunachal’s exquisite culture

TEZU, Sep 19: Culture & Language of Upper Subansiri –  a book by research department depicting descriptive features of culture, heritage, faith and beliefs, life style, customs and phonetic of trans-border tribes (Tagin & Hills Miri) of Upper Subansiri district prescribes steps to safeguard and uphold the exquisite ethos of Arunachal. “Bushed in every effort to collect the materials and adequate inputs during my three years of posting as language officer (LO) at Daporijo”, says Lohit RO J Rando. The department plans to publish more editions. The book will certainly…

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Rain water kills child  

By A O News Service ITANAGAR, Sept 19: In a shocking incident, one Sangha Dodum, 2½ year-old son of teacher Sangha Talo, while playing near Chandra Nagar was flown away by massive rain water as the Capital Complex experienced heavy rain during 10 am to 11 am on Wednesday. His mortal remains were found in river at Borum village sending a shock wave among the family members and relatives, his relative and former Kurung Kumey ZPC Sangha Tagik said.

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