State Wushu team wins 14 medals in Manipur event

ITANAGAR, Nov 29: The Arunachal Pradesh team of Wushu players under the aegis of All Arunachal Pradesh Wushu Association (AAPWA),took part in the recently concluded Khelo India Wushu Women league/ranking (Senior, Junior and Sub-Junior) tournament and zonal qualifying event, held at Imphal from November 22 to 25 last. The Arunachal team was declared the second runners up, while the host state Manipur was declared the winner followed by Assam as the 1st runners up. Eight northeastern states besides West Bengal took part in the north east zonal qualifying event. Arunachal…

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IDCC meet held

ITANAGAR, Nov 29: The ninth IDCC meeting was held at the Directorate of Economics & Statistics cum Chief Registrar of Births & Deaths here on Tuesday, under the Chairmanship of its commissioner Ankur Garg. In his address, Garg instructed all the member and functionaries to ensure cent percent reporting and registration of births & deaths timely. He also emphasised on extension of cent per cent online registration of births & deaths in all the registration units of the state. All the head of departments including, agriculture, horticulture, IPR, health, panchayat…

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Training on ‘Mission Vatsalya’ organised

YINGKIONG Nov 29: A day-long orientation training program on Mission Vatsalya was conducted here on Tuesday where, officers from general administration, police, education, women and child development, ArSLM, One Stop Centre and various NGOs of the district participated. Legal Protection Officer of DCPU Akoying Tekseng in his keynote address highlighted the scheme and briefed on the important provisions of the POCSO Act 2012. Resource person from District Legal Service Authority, Tapang Tabing gave a presentation on the Juvenile Justice Act 2015 and Prohibition of Child Marriage Act 2006. Topics related…

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Mother Vision observes foundation day

Aalo, Nov 29:  NGO Mother vision, struggling to eradicate drug menace from the society, on Tuesday observed its ninth foundation day at a city hotel here with fanfare. Former Minister Doi Ado, IRBN Commandant Tumme Amo, SDO Mabi Taipodia Jini, Poryum Gangkak, Director Sirurijo Tea Estate and drug addicts who have been recovered, participated in the programme. The participating guests said that drug is one of the menace that can ruin the entire society. “Administration and police cannot tackle this growing menace unless societal and parental role are put in…

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Don’t allow developmental funds to disappear into thin air: CM

BRO reversed migration process KOLORIANG, Nov 28: “Don’t allow developmental funds to disappear into thin air,” pleaded Chief Minister Pema Khandu in a public address in Kurung Kumey district. On a two-day visit to one of the most interior districts on Monday morning, Khandu became the first chief minister to reach Damin, a circle headquarter along the border with Tibet-China. Expressing concern over migration of people from border villages like Damin, Khandu questioned who will monitor the developmental projects being implemented by the government if residents leave the area. “Times…

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Air, rail connectivity with NE is real ‘Bharat Jodo’: Scindia

Mein flags off IndiGo flight from Donyi Polo Airport NEW DELHI/ITANAGAR, Nov 28: Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya M Scindia inaugurated first commercial flight of Indigo from Kolkata to Donyi-Polo Airport, Itanagar virtually on Monday. Scindia, in an apparent swipe at Rahul Gandhi drew a parallel between Congress’ 150-day long march and the air and rail connectivity of the Northeast with the rest of the country, calling the latter as “real Bharat Jodo”. उत्तर पूर्व में विमानन सेवाओं के निरंतर होते विस्तारीकरण के क्रम में व प्रधानमंत्री श्री @narendramodi जी के 'पूर्वोदय’…

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Agrovision-2022 concludes | Arunachal largest producer of kiwi: Taki

NAGPUR, Nov 28: Arunachal Pradesh is largest producer of kiwi and second largest producer of large cardamom, said Agri.& Allied Minister Tage Taki, in his address to valedictory function of annual four-day Agricultural Summit – Agrovision-2022 – titled “Future farming – food, feed and fuel – integrated technology through research” here  on Monday as guest of honour to the applause of various dignitaries, including Union Minister for Roads, Transport and Highways-cum- Agrovision chief patron Nitin Gadhkari. He lauded people of Maharastra and event organizers for inviting the departmental to put…

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Natung flags off Seppa-Shillong bus services

SEPPA, Nov 28: State Environment, Forest and Climate Change Minister Mama Natung on Monday flagged off two new state transport ultra deluxe buses to be operated as night services from Seppa in East Kameng district to Shillong via Guwahati and Tezpur in Assam. Talking to the media, the minister said, “The denizens of Seppa Township will now have a lot of convenience travelling to Shillong, Guwahati or Tezpur for medical, education and business purposes.” “Gone are the days when we used to scuffle for tickets at bus counter. The people…

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Maintain journalism ethics: AEDMA to members

ITANAGAR, Nov 28: The Arunachal Electronic and Digital Media Association (AEDMA) on Monday appealed its members to dedicate themselves to the promotion and growth of media maintaining journalism ethics in the frontier state. Addressing a gathering at an induction programme for new members at Arunachal Press club (APC) here, AEDMA President J T Tagam urged upon the media organizations to follow ethics and to refrain from reporting biased news which may diminish the importance of media in the society. He also appealed to all the new members of the association…

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Burglars are in the prowl in Tezu township

Our Correspondent TEZU, Nov 28: Burglars are in the prowl in Tezu Twonship in the past three weeks with three incidents of burglary have been reported so far this month. Burglars are targeting locked houses in the township after the owner went out to offices or for other household chores. In the past three weeks, three houses were burgled in the town and most of them were hit during broad daylight when occupants were away from their houses or were in office duty. At Civil Supply Colony in the same…

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