Gajraj Corps’s health camp benefits 94  border villagers

GUWAHATI, June 10: Remote Mago village, under Thingbu circle of Tawang district, first village of India being located close to Indo-China border, recently saw a comprehensive medical and eye camp, organized by a team of doctors of Gajraj Corps of Indian Army to offer much-needed healthcare services to the needy population. Total 94 patients were screened for various ailments, diagnostic tests conducted, medicines given with due consultations. The primary focus was on addressing ocular health issues, which are prevalent in remote areas due to a lack of regular medical attention and…

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Arunachal women team projects anti-dam spree in AWRC-2024

ITANAGAR, Jun 9: Around 120 women leaders attended the three-day Asia Women and Rivers Congress-2024 (AWRC) at Thailand’s Chiang Rai, which concluded on June 6 last. The Congress was attended by Arunachal Pradesh team included Bhanu Tatak of Siang Indigenous Farmer’s Forum (SIFF), an anti-dam forum in Siang and steering committee member of Asia Indigenous People’s Network on Extractive Energy (AIPNEE), who was awarded Bhagirath Prayas Samman-2023, an annual award of India Rivers Forum for exception works in river conservation. Bhanu was accompanied by Karry Padu, an independent filmmaker known…

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Tarh Motors presents certificates, awards to its good doers dealers

LEKHI, June 10: Tarh Motors LLP, as a TATA commercial vehicle dealer in Arunachal Pradesh, had the honor of presenting certificates with awards in recognition of good performances to its dealers, including Upper Subansiri, BMMU & Tamen-Raga, BCLH, Anjaw- BMMU & Hayuliang BCLH, and Lower Subansiri- BMMU & Chambang, BCLH. The awards were bestowed by ARSLM director at the city office here on Monday in presence of mission manager and other senior officials of ARSLM and Tarh Motors, representing TATA Motors commercial vehicles dealer. This recognition underscores our unwavering commitment…

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ITI instructors’ refresher training begins

NAHARLAGUN, June 10: State’s Skill Development & Entrepreneurship Department of (SDED), in collaboration with National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology (NIELIT), begun here on Monday an extensive training of trainers (ToT) aimed at enhancing skills of instructors of state’s Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) in latest technologies. State’s Skill Development & Entrepreneurship (SD&E) Commissioner Saugat Biswas, in his inaugural address, urged the trainees to take the opportunity to garner knowledge and skills to shape young minds of the state in emerging technologies for enhanced employability and entrepreneurship development. The trainings…

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RCML distributes pictorial books in Idu Mishmi language in schools

ROING, June 10: The RIWATCH Centre for Mother Languages (RCML) distributed books in eight schools of Roing circle during an outreach initiative on Monday as part of its mission to promote and revitalize indigenous languages and cultures of lesser-known communities of Arunachal Pradesh The schools included Intaya higher secondary school, Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya & Nani Maria School in Roing; Anakum Academy, Govt secondary school, Future Foundation Academy in Abali; Countryside English School in Harupahar and Govt middle school in Iduli. The research team, including Dr. Mechek Sampar Awan, Dr. Kombong Darang,…

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NEET-UG 2024 examination | Accusing NTA of incompetent, ABVP seeks CBI investigation

ITANAGAR, June 10: Claiming incompetence and corrupt practices of National Testing Agency (NTA) in conducting under graduate examinations of the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET)-2024, members of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) led by Arunachal unit secretary Tatlom Tayeng staged protest at Indira Gandhi Park here on Monday. They demanded immediate CBI probe into the examination process and results to take action against those found guilty and accused the NTA of ulterior intention for announcing NEET-UG results on the day of announcement of Lok Sabha election results. Pointing out that a…

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2 JAK RIF, war hero Hav Shere Thapa deserve due recognition

By Col (Retd) Amar Patil Arunachal Pradesh recognizes 2 Jammu and Kashmir Rifles (JAK RIF), an infantry regiment of the Indian Army,. as saviour of Subansari district despite defeat in 1962 Indo-China War, recalls Amar Patil, who was commissioned into Indian Army on June 10 as the firt ever Tantia or  Kshatriya to be posted to JAK RIF and had the honour to take part in the war. Tantias are very well-educated and well to do people and one of the influential communities in India. “My 2 JAK RIF unit…

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Kudos to Drema: CM

ITANAGAR, June 10: “Congratulations to Ms Yangchin Drema, a Class XII Science student from JNV Tawang, for representing India in International Avicenna Olympiad in Biology, Bukhara-2024 in Uzbekistan. We are proud of your achievement and wish you great success!” Chief Minister Pema Khandu wrote on X. 20

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