Have faith in Govt for phase-wise dev: Sidisow

From Our Correspondent BHALUKPONG, July 16: All development will takes places phase-wise as present BJP Govt is propelled by double engine at Centre and in state, said Thrizino-Buragoan MLA Kumsi Sidisaw and asked the people to have faith in leadership of Chief Minister Pema Khandu wnhile addressing a function here on Tuesday. The BJP full majority is capable of leading the country as well as the state and delivering goods and services to the masses, he said and assured better development of the constituency and sought support of the people in…

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Tree plantation drive marks Van Mahotsav 

NAMSAI, July 04: A massive plantation drive and free distribution of saplings marked Van Mahotsav celebration here on Thursday. Lekang MLA S Jummum Ete Deori, DC Dr. Tapasya Raghav, HoDs and NGO representatives took part in the  drive. Deori urged forest department for more such plantation drives to schools and panchayats to inculcate a sense of combating global warming in the minds of students and villagers. Dr Raghav exhorted one and all to plant trees in their houses and offices to spread the importance of afforestation so that present generation…

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RKM distributes reliefs

AALO, June 28: The Ramakrishna Mission led by Swamis Yogishwarananda Maharaj, Ishananda Maharaj, Uttaranananda Maharaj &Pratapanananda Maharaj, brothers Sivatejashwi & Naveen continuing   humanitarian service recently distributed garments to 451 villagers of Kombo Tarsu Mobuk as relief works. The relief materials included jackets-223, pants-3, shirts-223 & sweaters-3 for males and pants-225, shirts-225 & sweaters-225 for females. (DIPRO)

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2nd BN NCC HQs open at Tawang

TAWANG, June 12:  “We are all very lucky to be part of this historic event in making of 2nd BN NCC headquarters here and I congratulate all of you,” said Tezpur Group B NCC HQs group commander Brigadier K. Sreenivasa Rao. “Arunachal Pradesh NCC cadets are doing very well, and we need to encourage our youths to join NCC.  We are planning to organize camps and institutional trainings every Saturday and Sunday in our office here,” he said and sought help of school/college headmasters/principal. Later, he inspected the temporary office with commanding…

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RKM offers relief to fire victims

AALO, June 11:  The Ramakrishna Mission here offered relief materials including I19 blankets, stationeries consisting, utensils sets and garments to three families of Hissam Colony whose houses were gutted in a fire mishap on June 6 last. Swami Yogishwarananda Maharaj, Swamis Ishananda & Uttaranananda Maharaj, brother Archishman and staff members distributed the relief. Meanwhile, 342 persons were offered garments in Beye &Lipu Bagra villages in presence of Swami IshanandaMaharaj and brother Naveen. (DIPRO)

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Workshop held on Rotavirus vaccines

PASIGHAT, May 28: East Siang DC Dr. Kinny Singh, in her inaugural address to a district level workshop aimed at introducing Rotavirus vaccine (RVV)  in the district here on Tuesday, said that the Govt has decided the vaccine, considered most effective in preventing  most severe and life-threatening cases of Rotavirus diarrhea. Everyone should be made aware that first five drops of the vaccine should be administered prior to a child attaining one-year of age while two subsequent drops within 6th, 10th and 14th weeks. She urged health officials to ensure successful vaccination drive…

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Post Mopin celebrated with gaiety

From Our Correspondent BOMDILA, Apr 26: Post Mopin was celebrated in Govt college here on Friday with traditional gaiety and fervor. ADC as chief patron of the festival,in his address, exhorted  Galo and Adi  community living in West Kameng district to preserve their age-old cultural and tradition for posterity. Celebration committee president Dakter Riba wished all revelers ‘happy Mopin’. Young damsels in best attires presented traditional dances to the melodious tune of tena tena takato, ngunuk gidi e aduku, galo nyijir e kaken ja to add colour to the celebration.

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500 benefit from mega health camp

By Staff Reporter ITANAGAR, Feb 5: More than 500 needy people, including women, children and elderly persons of the remote Baririjo and its adjoining villages benefitted from a day-long free mega health camp at Baririju in Upper Subansiri district on February 3 last. A team of specialist doctors from TRIHMS, RK Mission Hospital, and Aalo General Hospital assisted by paramedical staff and volunteers conducted free consultations and checkups in ENT, medicine, general surgery, gynaecology & obstetrics, etc and provided free medicines to all 554 registered patients. The camp was organized by…

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HMLS to help check anti-social elements: Dr Chai

TEZU, Feb 02:  Agri and Allied Dept, Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Dr Mohesh Chair, after inaugurating high mast lightening system (HMLS) at ALC Line here on Saturday, said the HMLS at a prominent location will help check anti-social elements while ensuing security and safety to residents during night time. He thanked electrical department for timely completion of the project to solve lightening and electrification problems of Tezu town. Namsai electrical division EE A.K. Pal, in his address earlier, said that three HMLS  tower with 9×200 watt (1.8 KW) capacity…

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Tests to recruit constable held

TAWANG, Jan 18: The physical efficiency test (PET) and physical standard test for recruitment of constable male/female (civil) and band bugler (IRBn) were conducted on Thursday & Friday at Gyalwa Tsangyang Gyatso High School stadium here. In all 737 candidates applied for recruitment of whom males faced PET/PST on Thursday. Of 292 males applied, 178 appeared and 115 qualified while 264 females appeared on Friday of 445 applied and only 153 qualified. (DIPRO)

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