AAPSU & AASU decide to solve all inter-state & immigration issues 

By Staff Reporter ITANAGAR, July 30: The All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU) and All Assam Students’ Union (AASU) would work together to amicably solve inter-boundary and illegal immigration issues – was consensus resolution adopted during the maiden  conclave of AAPSU and AASU held here on Saturday evening. The meeting was initiated to strengthen Arunachal-Assam bilateral relations and resolve boundary issue which remained unsolved for many decades, AAPSU president Dozi Tana Tara said, adding AASU, on AAPSU’s plea, also agreed to provide financial help to Arunachal students pursuing studies in…

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HC urged to prepone hearing of sexual assault case: BRBWS  

By Staff Reporter ITANAGAR, 30: The Boh Ramo Bokar Welfare Society (BRBWS) on Sunday appealed to Itanagar Permanent Bench of Gauhati High Court to prepone hearing of 21 minor sexual assault case, which has been scheduled for October 3-4 next. Addressing media persons at APC here on Sunday, BRBWS chairman Tanyong Samnam said that the victims and their families are in mental trauma due to heinous crime committed by accused Tumken Bagra. Family members feel insecured as the accused is roaming freely. Thus, the accused should be put behind the…

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Siji: The lucky third in a tussle of two

By Joken Ete ITANAGAR, July 30: In tussle of two, the third wins! That is what has precisely happened in the case of Likabali and Sikirima, fighting hard to be Lower Siang district headquarters. Instead, it is the non-descript Siji, which won the coveted crown. Since its establishment in 2013, the district could not develop at par with other districts due to several issues. Prominent among them are lack of consensus on the district headquarters. After a brief tussle between Likabali and Nari, the focus shifted to Sikirima. Finally, Siji,…

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DyCM seeks BJP workers’ feedbacks for dev road map

ITANAGAR, July 30: Terming Alpkalin Vistarak Yojana as best training for the workers, who were trained as backbone of the BJP, Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein said that all of them should be ready to act for welfare of the society. Addressing valedictory function of the training of 320 vistaraks of 60 state assembly constituencies at DK Convention Hall here on Saturday, he urged all to give feedbacks for incorporating in state’s development road map. As all Arunachalees are patriots, he exhorted them to maintain discipline while giving a comparison…

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Retired DDSE arrested in job scam

By A O News Service ITANAGAR, July 30: The Special Investigation Cell (SIC, vigilance) of state police arrested retired DDSE Jomdo Lona (61) from his residence at Aalo in West Siang district on Thursday. He was allegedly involved in appointment of 28 primary teachers (PRTs) in Longding district and his arrest was first in the case. Lona was arrested after detailed interrogation and technical analysis, according to SIC superintendent of police Anant Mittal. The alleged irregularity in appointment of teachers was raised by Longding District Students’ Union (LDSU) in various…

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Stop discriminating NE tribals for a behtar Bharat: APYC

ITANAGAR, July 30:  Arunachal Pradesh Youth Congress (APYC)  team attended three-day (July 26-28) national youth convention “Behtar Bharat ki buniyaad” organised by Indian Youth Congress at Bengaluru and attended by more than 5,000 members from across trhe country. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, addressing the gathering virtually, told all youth workers that  dark era of Narendra Modi’s BJP Govtm would end soon to herald bright days with love and democratic principles under Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) rule. IYC national president Srinivas BV and AICC joint secretary Krishna Allavaru lauded…

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Guv visits Khinezemane border post

TAWANG, July 30: Governor Lt. General (Retd) K T Parnaik visited forward post at Khinzemane near the LAC in Tawang District, manned by  55 Bn of Indo Tibetan Border Police on Saturday and laid a wreath at memorial of Battle of Khinezemane martyrs of 1962 Indo-China War. He also offered prayers at revered ‘Holy Tree’, where His Holiness Dalai Lama had touched after entering India in 1959. While interacted with ITBP personnel, he encouraged them to be alert and dedicated in their duty in maintainin territorial integrity of the nation.…

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Rising NDPS and POSCO cases need synergetic action: Judge

From Our Correspondent TEZU, July 30: Eastern Session Court judge Lobsang Tenzin strongly advocated “Nip the poppy in the bud before our children become addicted to it” while reacting to widespread use of opium and other contraband substance in the society posing a serious threat, particularly the youth falling easy prey. During a day-long legal awareness programme, involving  SP, investigating officer (IO), OC and other officials of legal background of Lohit, Anjaw, Namsai, Lower Dibang Valley and Dibang Valley district here on Saturday, the judge said that the situation a…

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Book & souvenir release mark Dree festival conclusion

ITANAGAR, July 30: The Dree festival celebration, orgnaised by Capital Complex Dree Festival Committee (CCDFC) 2023, concluded here on Saturday with unveiling of souvenir “Cherishing the Living Tanw Culture” and book titled “Apatani-Change and Continuity”. The souvenir was released by CCDFC advisors Narang Tani Nagung, Tage Tado Anya and Tage Habung Napi while the book, a groundbreaking literary work with its own unique ISBN, is edited by Nending Ommo, Dr. Padi Hana, Dr. Kime Mamung, and Nani Umie. CCDFC chairman Dani Sulu lauded successful celebration of the festival. 20

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Balvatika-3 launched in KV

From Our Correspondent TEZU, July 30: Balvatika-3 with 22 kids in Kendriya Vidyalaya building here but first of its kind here was inaugurated on Saturday Re-alignment of admission age as per the 3+4+5+ design, wherein age of admission in class-I was revised to 6+ year from academic year 2023- 24 in all KVs. For per-schooling years, Balvatikas for ages 3+, 4+ & 5+ have been opened in 50 KVs on pilot basis in session 2023-24 and 22 fresh children were admitted in the classes of Balvatika-3 in KV here. Principal…

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