NYK inducts National youth volunteers

Social media anti-national: GoI to SC By A O News Service ITANAGAR, Oct 30: In all 47 youth, including 20 girls who are not students now, are undergoing a 15-day induction training of Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan (NYKS) at Don Bosco Youth Centre here to serve India as and when needed. Addressing the trainees on Wednesday, senior journalist Pradeep Kumar sensitized them about media, particularly new media which has been more destructive than constructive.  Highlighting the birth and growth of media in India, particularly in Arunachal Pradesh, he said that…

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Unite to work for a better tomorrow: NES

By Staff Reporter SEPPA, Oct 30: The Nyishi Elite Society (NES), in its 12th general conference-cum-election at Wesseng near here on Tuesday, reelected Bengia Tolum as president for 5th consecutive term to be longest serving president and Heri Maring as GS for 2nd term. Begia, while thanking the people sought help to work for the Nyishi community. The talented and qualified youth of the community are still facing unemployment the problem, he said. “We need to work together to eradicate all social evils for a better society,” he said, and assured to complete few…

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Compassionate ground APP job seekers threaten hunger strike

By A O News Service ITANAGAR, Oct 30: In all 183 police compassionate ground victimized job seekers, who had launched 72-hour dharna at Tennis court here on Tuesday to resent procedural irregularities in selection of constable whose f results were declared recently, announced to  go for indefinite democratic movement followed by hunger strike. They had protested at PHQ here on Oct 9 and urged police department authorities to fulfill their grievances, including selection on the basis of seniority as per submitted death certificates of their legal guardians. Alleging that normal…

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Divyangjans showcase talent during Talent Hunt mega audition

By A O News Service NAHARLAGUN, Oct 31: Seven Divyangjans (people with special abilities – PWsA) from across Arunachal Pradesh showcased their talent during mega audition of first ever Talent Hunt conducted by All Arunachal Divyangjans Welfare Society youth wing (AADWSYW) at a city hotel here on Wednesday. Judges noted singer Pebi Ado Bamang and Nyishi Idol-2010 runners-up Nido Ania Godak impressed with melodious Nyishi and Hindi songs selected all of them – Biki Yasha, Yagam Markia, Nido Tezi, Banu Godak, Tatum Dayam, Dangu Talik and Bharat Nabam. Soul Girls…

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Multi-specialty health camp benefit over 500

SAGALEE, Oct 30:  More than 500 people   availed various health check-ups covering medicine, surgery, pediatric, OBS and gynae, eye, dental, Plus project, RBSK screening, ultra sound, X-ray, family planning kits, NCD screening etc. during a day-long multi-specialty health camp conducted at CHC here on Wednesday. Suhc camp will facilitate easy access to healthcare system to people, said local MLA-cum-former chief minister Nabam Tuki in his inaugural address and lauded Papum Pare District Health Society for organizing the camp. He said it would also sensitize the masses on important health issues and assured…

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‘Ride for unity’ bike rally flagged off

BOMDILA, Oct 30: DGP R P Upadhyaya flagged off a three-day motorcycle rally, organized by West Kameng Police, from Sela Pass on Wednesday amid great fanfare as part of Arunachal Pradesh Police Raising Day. The rally, themed ‘Ride for unity’, will culminate at Bhalukpong on November 1 to send national unity and integrity of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel whose birthday falls on Oct 31. The rally by 15 officers and men including one lady officer is led by SP Raja Banthia will halt at Dirang, Kalaktang and Bhalukpong on Oct 30,…

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Absenteeism resented

AALO, Oct 30: Taking strong exception to absenteeism of GoAP servants in their places of postings, Liromoba MLA  Nyamar Karbak has directed  Yomcha and Kamba ADCs to list those who remain absent in their posting places at Liromoba, Yomcha, Darak and Kamba. On learning about this trend during his series of official visits to these places recently, he had said that such practice among GoAP servants hampers development and create resentment among the people. Thus, all of them should remain in their posting places to serve the people, he had…

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Rashtriya Ekta Diwas greeting

ITANAGAR, Oct 30:  Governor Brig. (Retd) B.D. Mishra and Chief Minister Pema Khandu have greeted Arunachal Pradesh people on Rashtriya Ekta Diwas on Thursday, which will commemorate birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, popularly known as Iron Man of India. Sardar Patel played a leading role in the Indian freedom struggle and became the first Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister of India and undertook the colossal task of obtaining accession of over 562 princely states for political integration to give visible shape to India’s uniqueness ‘unity in diversity’, the governor…

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Yomcha all set to host Sports Carnival

AALO, Oct 30: Yomcha sub-division under Liromoba Assembly all set to host 11-day 4th edition of Sports Carnival  at General Ground here from November 14 next. The event will include football, volleyball, marathan race besides showcasing local cuisines and traditional ornaments and crafts. This annual sports extravaganza conceived by local MLA Nyamar Karbak and inaugurated by Affairs and Sports Youth Minister Mama Natung. (DIPRO)

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AUGP conferes PhD on Rajaguru

By A O news Service NAHARLAGUN, Oct 30: Pondicherry-based Thiru A Rajaguru, was conferred degree of Doctor of Letters (Honoris causa) on October 12 last by Academy of Universal Global Peace (AUGP) in recognition of his invaluable services to the society in various fields.  Coincidently The New York-based AUGP works for achieving UN Sustainable Development Goals of 2030 and aims at building a transformed civilization of ‘peace loving, peace living and peace practicing’ people across the world, Rajaguru told this daily over telephone.

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