PRC can’t approve Dalai Lama’s next reincarnation, says Khrimey

TSGAP to work with dedication: Tarak ITANAGAR, Nov 19: Tibetan activist-cum-writer Tenzin Tsundue, addressing Tibet Support Group of Arunachal Pradesh (TSGAP) executive body meeting at Gonpa Guest House here on Sunday, termed its efforts for greater cause of humanity, particularly Tibetans suffering across the world. Highlighting struggle for freedom of Tibetan, he said Tibet was a free country but forcefully occupied by People’ Republic of China (PRC) for the Tibetans lose their freedom.  The Tibetans supported by the TSG movement should intensify their struggle for the desired change, he said,…

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GHSS to be upgraded under GJMSP: Mein

CHONGKHAM, Nov 19: Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein, after inaugurating new office building of the ADC here on Sunday, the GoAP led by Chief Minister Pema Khandu has given priority to bringing administration to doorstep of the people. The completion of new office infrastructures for ADC HQs in Chongkham and Wakro within the current tenure exemplifies this commitment to pave the way for more efficient governance at the grassroots level. Applauding the people-centric approach of the government, underlining the prompt functionality of such ADC HQs, he appreciated Namsai DC  C…

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Girl education essential to shape the society: Dr Megu

From Our Correspondent TEZU, Nov 19: Denning College of Teachers Education (DCTE) in collaboration with Denning Keba Society observed 9th death anniversary of first woman teacher of Arunachal Pradesh  Telosai Mele here on Sunday. IGG College principal Dr Kangki  Megu, speaking as chief guest, lauded the DCTE for commemorating death anniversary of a legendary figure, who had immensely contributed to  education sector. She was not only first lady teacher but served as an inspiration for all, especially girls to stand against all odds, he said. Recollecting her contributions to the state,…

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Banderdewa residents oppose eviction notice of Assam DA

By Staff Reporter BANDERDEWA, Nov 19: A group of Arunachal residents protested against eviction drive notice served by Assam’s district administration (DA) for construction of National Highway 54 (now 15) here on Sunday. Majority of the protestors claimed that the said land falls under Papumpare district and located within disputed boundary areas, thus Assam DA notice should be along with Arunachal DA. When the boundary issues are being discussed by chief ministers of both states to hammer out permanent solution out of the court, such move may invite avoidable hue…

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Who will see World War-III? | Warrior Barbarik lone witness of Mahabharata War

Beyond the Horizon By Pradeep Kumar New Nostradamus’ accurate fortune teller Hamilton-Parker, who had correctly predicted death of Queen Elizabeth-II and her son Charles to be new monarch, had predicted World War III will begin in 2023 in Taiwan, because of its conflicts with China and trigger by the collision of two aircrafts or submarines. But no sign of war is visible as 2023 would end soon. The SARS-COVID-19, which had turned pandemic (to infect 99,317,718 and kill 1,21,790 people globally till 19.04.23 as reported to WHO), after the virus while being experimented…

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APCC celebrates 106th birth anniversary of ex-PM Gandhi

ITANAGAR, Nov 19: The Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) celebrated 106th birth anniversary of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, known as ‘Iron Lady’ of India in a function at Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan here on Sunday. The celebration begun after ranks and file of the party led by All India Mahila Congress general secretary & Arunachal in-charge Kim Haokip,  APCC president Nabam Tuki, working president Bosiram Siram, former ministers Takam Pario & Kumar Waii & APCC GS  (Org) Zingi Kadu  paying floral tributes to portrait of the great leader. Late Gandhi,…

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DCM kicks off 15th Bodousa Cup-2023

NAMSAI, Nov 19: Deputy Chief Minister  Chowna Mein kicked off 15th edition of Bodousa Cup-2023, a national level invitational football tournament, at Mahadevpur, near here, on Saturday evening. It is a matter of pride for Arunachal Pradesh to host such prestigious national tournament; he said and lauded growing popularity of football while the state boasts of lot of sports talents. Player like Yash Chikro from Lohit district representing India in U-19 is a glittering example. He acknowledged appreciation received from Assam people reflecting mutual respects and brotherhood between the peoples…

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MTB success proves Arunachal | ability to host global event: CIF  

From Our Correspondent TAWANG, Nov 19: The 6th edition of Mountain Terrain Bike (MTB) – Tawang Challenge -, a national cycling calendar competition, concluded here on Sunday with challenging events, like XCO Men’s Junior (15.2-km), XCR-Men’s (7.6- km), and XCR Men’s Junior (7.6-km). Cycling Federation of India (CFI) secretary general Maninder Pal Singh appreciated the organizing team of MTB and state’s youth affairs department (YAD) for success of the event while adhering to all CFI norms. “The successful completion of a national event, like MTB, has proven capability of Arunachal…

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