TRIHMS inks record in cardiac surgery

By Pradeep Kumar NAHARLAGUN, June 29: The Tomo Riba Institute of Health & Medical Sciences (TRIHMS), the lone medical college of Arunachal Pradesh known for creating many records, added a new feather to medical science, particularly to the cap of its cardiology department, to justify setting up of the institution in 2017 for offering best possible treatment to the people of the state. A medical team  led by cardiologist Dr. Rinchin Dorjee Megeji, Dr. Tony Ete, Cath lab technician Nilutpal Goswami and OT nursing officer Joram Moni implanted a “3…

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INC will regain power in Arunachal: Siram

Waii, Siram & Kharge in AICC office By A O News Service ITANAGAR, June 29: Indian National Congress (INC) or Congress has begun its ground works to recapture power from ruling Bharatiaya Janata Party (BJP) in Arunachal Pradesh, said Congress working president Bosiram Siram. Siram, who along with senior leader Tanga Bylaing had accompanied former home minister Kumar Waii to AICC office in New Delhi where he joined Congress and welcomed by AICC general secretary (I/C organization) K C Venugopal to the party fold. However, later AICC president Mallikarjun Kharge…

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BRO constructs strategic Tato-Menchukha road

ITANAGAR, June 29: Sarak Korang 45 mtr span PSC Box Girder Bridge along  Tato-Menchukha road in Shi-Yomi district, has been built by the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) Project Brahmank  in a record nine-month to serve as the lifeline for people living in Tato, Menchukha and Lamnag areas. The 1443 bridge construction company under 44 Border Roads Task Force completed the bridge to facilitate connectivity to far flung areas by ensuring timely and speedy completion of border infrastructures. The single span double-lane IRC Cl 70R load classification bridge on RCC open…

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Papum Pare LCC formed

YUPIA, June 29: Local Complaints Committee (LCC) for sexual harassment at workplace in Papum Pare district has been constituted as per The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013 with Adv Nani Modi as chairperson and DMO Dr. Komlin Perme, labour officer (CO) Higio Nassum, EAC Dani Rikang, ICDS DD Aroti Tayeng, Techi Natu and ChukhuTadap as members. The LCC would receive complaints of sexual harassment at work place from establishments having less than 10 workers or if the complaint is against the employer himself,…

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Simai calls on Guv

ITANAGAR, June 29: Advisor to Tourism, Information & Public Relations and Printing Minister Laisam Simai called on Governor Lt. General (Retd) K T Parnaik at Raj Bhavan here on Thursday and they discussed issues related to tourism, border roads of Changlang district, Pangsau Pass, central and state Govt flagship programmes being implemented in the district. (PRO) 20

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CSIR-NEIST holds maiden seminar to benefit industry from natural resources

NAHARLAGUB, June 29: A two-day seminar on “Recent trends on natural resources using advanced chromatographic and mass spectrometry techniques”, conducted by CSIR-North East Institute of Science & Technology (CSIR-NEIST) branch in its premises here with Spinco-Simadzu, concluded on Thursday. About 100 scientists, professors, research scholars, students from RGU, NERIST,  G.B. Pant Institute, Himalayan University, representatives of Arunachal Pradesh State Medicinal Board and DBT-APSCS&T, CoE for BSD attended the event, aimed at bridging gap of industry standard with advanced analytical techniques by creating awareness on natural resources. All participants were given…

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December target for PMAY(G): DC

PASIGHAT, June 29:  Displeased over the fact that 60 PMAY (G) beneficiaries of total 160 of Bosing-I & II and Bogong-I & II are yet to complete their houses even after disbursement of 1st installment,  East Siang DC-cum-DRDA CEO Tayi Taggu, during an emergency meeting with gram panchayat chairpersons here on Thursday,  said that scheme gives fixed time for completion. Insisting on fast execution by every beneficiary, he directed all to complete their houses by December next not to be treated as defaulters. (DIPRO) 20

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APIC fines EE

ITANAGAR, June 29: Arunachal Pradesh Information Commission (APIC), while disposing of appeal No APIC-85/2023 for neglecting and refusal in furnishing information in its verdict under Sect 20(1) of Right to Information Act, 2005 on Wednesday, imposed penalty of Rs 25,000 on Upper Subansiri district PIO-cum-PHE&WS EE Tago Dulom. It directed the EE to deposit the penalty in favour of APIC registrar and also appear before Information Commissioner Gumjum Haider on July 26, according to an APIC release. 20

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Power driving force for economic growth: Mein

NERPC takes vital decisions TAWANG, June 28: The 24th Technical Coordination Committee (TCC) and 24th NERPC meetings, chaired by Arunachal Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister & NERPC chairman Chowna Mein here on Wednesday, decided that important proposals of 132-kV cross-border transmission line between Lumla/Tawang and upcoming 600-MW Kholungchhu Hydro Electric Project in Bhutan would be taken up with the GoI by Arunachal Pradesh Govt and with the CEA by NERPC in greater interest of Arunachal and Bhutan. This was one of the major decisions of the meetings, besides stringing of second…

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FANS holds talk on ‘Challenging China’s hegemonistic tendencies’

Need of the hour China, known for its policy or practice of aggressive expansion of its influence over other countries by hook or crook (hegemony), poses threat to India by often claiming Arunachal Pradesh as its territory being part of “South Tibet”. Arunachal shares 1,129-km of total 3,488-km Sino-India border while vast stretches are without any fencing. Appreciating FANS’s initiative to acquaint younger generation with China’s ‘dog-tail’ policy, a security expert said that “It is need of the hour”. ITANAGAR, June 28: Arunachal chapter of Forum for Awareness on National…

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