Whole hearted support of people vital to win in elections, says Tuki

By Staff Reporter ITANAGAR, Apr 02: Whether people desert a party or not is immaterial in politics, what matters more is whole hearted support of the people to the party and its candidates, said Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) president-cum-candidate of West Parliamentary constituency Nabam Tuki. The Congress machinery, after nominating 34 candidates for assembly elections, was working to ensure more nominations, he said, adding the APCC on March 21 had announced names of 34 candidates, of whom 10 failed to submit their nomination papers while five candidates  withdrew their…

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Ensure level playing field for all candidates, EO urges EEMTs

YUPIA, Apr 02: The elections expenditure monitoring teams (EEMTs) are entrusted with the responsibility of ensuring a level playing field for all candidates in elections by preventing them from gaining any undue advantage by excessive spending, said Election Commission of India expenditure observer (EO) for Papum Pare district Praveen Kataraki. Addressing a meeting of Itanagar and Doimukh Assembly candidates besides EEMTs and accounting teams, including of Sagalee seat, here on Tuesday, Kataraki said that strict adhere to expenditure guidelines and maintain all records are important to prevent any violation which…

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Indian Army connects Arunachal border areas | Pragmatic planning turns odds into advantages along LAC

Beyond the Horizon By Pradeep Kumar Kibithoo, one of the easternmost villages in Anjaw district of Arunachal Pradesh, close to the Line of Actual Control with China, is being developed under the Centre’s Vibrant Village Programme  as seen in picture. Denwa Meyor, 40, and Kunchok Dolma Meyor, 29, are residents of Kibithoo, one of the easternmost villages in Anjaw district of Arunachal Pradesh. Inhabited by people of Meyor tribe, it is located about 7-8 km from the Line of Actual Control (LAC), the contested line that separates India and China.…

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Mushroom cultivation training of APRB-RSETI benefit 35

NAPANGPHUNG, Apr 02: A 10-day training on mushroom cultivation was conducted recently by Arunacahl Pradesh Rural Bank Rural Self-Employment Training Institute (APRB-RSETI) of Papum Pare district at Nachibon-Nakhu village of  Bichum  district. Total 35 rural unemployed youth, including 17 woman SHG members and 18 males of Nachibon and Nakhu villages underwent the training. The women SHG members were promoted by ArSRLM. The training part of off-campus training of APRB-RSETI was conducted with the  help of district administration, staff of  ArSRLM and agriculture department. The valedictory function was attended by BMM…

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DHS Dr Wange, UDC bade farewell

NAHARLAGUN, Apr 02: Director of Health Services (DHS) Dr. Dondu Wange and UDC Tulsi Namchoom, who hare retired from their services, were given a warm farewell by health services directorate officers and staff here on Sunday. Dr. Wange had joined as MO at Seppa on 04.11.86 and after serving in various capacities, he was promoted as joint director (family welfare), worked as joint director (Estt) and took over charge of DHS on 31.07.23 but finally promoted as additional DHS on 20.10.23. Namchoom had joined as LDC on 02.12.88 and  promoted…

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