Condemnations pour in | Sex racket: 6 more nabbed, 1 more minor girl rescued

By A O News Service ITANAGAR, May 15: In the human trafficking and sex racket in Itanagar Capital Region, one more minor victimised girl has been rescued by Capital Police, taking the number of rescued victims to five.  Moreover, Capital Police have arrested six more persons in the sex racket, including SP Bullang Marik and a police constable, taking total number of arrests to 20, according to official sources. It may be recalled here that exposing an interstate sex trafficking racket though a WhatSapp group, Capital Police had arrested 15…

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SIC (Vigilance) gets ISO certification

By A O News Service ITANAGAR, May 14: The Special Investigation Cell (Vigilance) police station has achieved a significant milestone by becoming the first anti-corruption police station in India to receive the prestigious ISO 9001:2015 certification. This certification is awarded to organizations that demonstrate an effective quality management system, encompassing defined processes, procedures and activities to manage goods production or service delivery. The certification recognized the SIC (Vigilance) police station for its commitment to transparency, implementation of codified rules and procedures and qualitative improvements in its operations. Director General of Police (DGP) Anand Mohan, presented…

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ABVP free crash course benefits 30

ITANAGAR, May 14: Arunachal Pradesh Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) unit provided six-day free crash course on ‘CUET-UG Exam 2024’ at Vivekananda Central School here which concluded on May 12. Total 30 students/aspirants from various schools and districts intending to appear in above examination attended the coaching classes, which were conducted by professors of Rajiv Gandhi University, Jote NIT, DNGC and Jollang Don Bosco College as resource persons RGU Prof. (history) Ashan Riddi and DNGC Prof. (pol science) Dr. Kago Gambo  were  resource persons on the concluding day, according to…

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RCML gifts pictorial glossary books to promote Idu Mishmi language

ROING, May 14:  The research team of Research Institute of World’s Ancient Traditions Cultures and Heritage (RIWATCH)’s Centre for Mother Languages (RCML) distributed pictorial glossary books of Idu Mishmi to Pen Drive Academy in presence of Lower Dibang Valley DC Soumya Saurabh and DDSE here on Monday. Published by RCML under theme, “Iniya Ekobe Ahito Chicha Ahito Jichi”, thee three books are Jomey (Action Verbs), Thru (Numerals) and Ambre Ne Praa-a (Animals and Birds).  These books intended to encourage Idu Mishmi community children in learning and enriching vocabulary of their native terminologies. Saurabh, in her address,…

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Nuisance & litters tarnishing glory of iconic Siang Bridge

From Our Correspondent PASIGHAT, May 14: The panoramic mighty Siang River, built in the backdrop of lush green mountains, attracts large number of visitors for its amazing beauty and cool breeze. But, unfortunately like everywhere across India, Arunachal Pradesh is no exception, the visitors have been dumping water, wine & beer bottles, polythene, rappers of pan masala and Raginiganda giving an eye sore. The 763 meters long Siang or Pasighat Bridge with balanced cantilever, whose foundation stone was laid by Rajiv Gandhi in 1988, is an iconic infrastructure of the…

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RGU: Interaction on ‘educational opportunities in USA’ conducted

RONO HILLS, May 14: The Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU) international cell in collaboration with career counselling and placement cells conducted an interaction on ‘educational opportunities in USA’ with Kolkata US Consulate here on Tuesday. Vice chancellor Prof. Saket Kushwaha, in his presidential address, motivated the students to expand their horizons and explore future prospects. He stressed on having specific, clear and meticulous academic goals in life and said that the USA is one of the advanced countries which promote transparency, fairness and inclusivity to imply that students not only pursue their…

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8th Asian Taekwondo Poomsae Championships | Bayor wins India’s 1st Asian medal 

By A O News Service ITANAGAR, May 14: In a historic event for the country, Rupa Bayor won India’s 1st Asian medal in Individual Recognized Poomsae Senior-1 event in Vietnam at the 8th Asian Taekwondo Poomsae Championships on Tuesday. Sanctioned by World Taekwondo, a G4 ranking event, Rupa beat Pakistan Malaysia and eventually losing to Korea in the semi finals, according to national office bearer of Taekwondo Federation. Rupa Bayor is the lone taekwondo player of Arunachal Pradesh to be included in Indian contingent for her excellent performances in the past events. 20

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People’s Observation | Is political interest behind illegal appointments

Sir, Through the esteemed columns of your daily, I would like to highlight the truth behind illegal appointments which is the exchange of political interest among the candidates. According to the latest disclosures, the number of employees illegally appointed in Arunachal Pradesh Public Health Engineering and Water Supply (PHE&WS) department has increased to 25, with most of them appointed to various WC posts in Changlang and Longding districts, and then they were transferred to Yachuli, Pasighat, Sagali, Naharlagun, Itanagar and Yupia. Currently, the state has more than 300 casual employees…

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