DyCM: Police Deptt to get GoAP’s top priority

NAMSAI, Nov 08: Peace is requisite for development, Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein said and advocated modernizing and upgrading Arunachal Police to deal with rising challenges of new forms of crimes adopting modern technology, he said here on Wednesday. Addressing sports lovers were assembled to watch final volleyball match between SP Office six and Namsai Police Station six, he said that peaceful environment is one of the major concerns of the GoAP. He announced that GoAP would accord top priority to police department to offer safety and security to the…

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23 villages in Changlang & Namsai districts get ABF status: DyCM

NAMSAI, Oct 25: Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein today declared all 23 villages in Changlang and Namsai districts as avoidable blindness free (ABF) under National Program for Control of Blindness (NPCB). Out of these 23 villages, 20 are in Bordumsa, Diyun and Innao circles of Changlang district and 3 in Namsai district, he told a function at Arunachal University of Studies here. The A ABF status was achieved under Avoidable Blindness Free Arunachal (ABFAR) Project, a joint venture of  NPCB & VI, GoAP in partnership with Chandra Prabhu Eye Hospital,…

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Determination key for Arunachal’s sporting talents to excel: DyCM

NAMSAI, Sept 05:  Arunachal Pradesh has no dearth of talents but more determination, hardwork and discipline are needed, Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein today after kicking off first Namsai Champions Trophy, saying “We feel proud of our youths as many of them have won national and global laurels”. The tournament is organized at Arunachal Pradesh Plywood Industries Ltd (APIL) general ground here by Namsai District Football Association (NDFA)in which  32 teams from Namsai, Changlang & Lohit districts are taking part. Namsai used to be a forerunner in games & sports activities…

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Namchoom assures land for AAPLU unit office

  NAMSAI | Jun 27 | Local MLA-cum-Planning & Investment Parliamentary Secretary Chow Zingnu Namchoom promised to allot land for Arunachal Pradesh Labour Union (AAPLU)  district unit after inaugurated the temporary office here on Monday. He donated table and chair for smooth office functioning in appreciation of their works. AAPLU Namsai district unit president said that the labourers would always stand to work for their greater welfare. State BJP president Tapir Gao, addressing labourers  including AAPLU executive members and legal advisor Chou Nipu Pangyok, urged them to rededicate themselves to state’s  speedy development….

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AdiSU prevented to enforce bandh

From Our Correspondent NAMSAI | May 12| Adi Students’ Union (AdiSU) proposed bandh in Namsai district on Friday was reportedly stopped with the intervention of district’s students’ bodies. The AdiSU members reportedly attempted to block Dirak check gate, entry point of the district but were prevented by All Tai Khampti-Singpho Students’ Union (ATKSSU), All Namsai District Students’ Union (ANDSU) and All Namsai Area Youth Association (ANAYA). These organisations, in a joint statement on Friday evening, expressed their resentment over the forced bandh by AdiSU even after prior declaration not to entertain bandh. “The dispute does…

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Adopt new tech to boost agri production: Wangki

NAMASAI | Apr 09 | Agriculture is most important with about 80% of state population depending upon this sector to earn their livelihood, Agriculture Minister Wangki Lowang today said and called upon the farmers to adopt  modern  methods to boost agriculture  production. The farmers should go for multiple cropping with  advanced technology, he said in his address to  37th BJP foundation day and birth anniversary celebration of Dr.BR Ambedkar here. Hilly terrain poses challenges in using technology, like harvesting machine or large agricultural equipments but many central schemes, launched by PM Naredra…

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SRCC keen on ginger, turmeric & large cardamom contact farming

  NAMSAI | Apr 04 | Delhi-based company, S R C Creations (SRCC) has shown keen interest to go for contract farming on ginger, turmeric and large cardamom in Namsai and Anjaw district. It is willing to set up a processing unit in Namsai district for greater interest of the farmers. Namsai Spices Board assistant director Vijeeshna has informed that SRCC  director is likely to visit Namsai from April 7 next when he would interact with district farmers at various locations. Spices, extensively used as flavour for food and beverages, in…

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23 liquor shops sealed

NAMSAI | Apr 03 | In all 23 liquor outlets have been sealed by tax and excise officials on March 31 last for non-compliance of  the Supreme Court order banning wine shops within 500-m of state/national highways from April 1. Earlier, the DC through an executive order had directed the liquor outlet owners to shift their establishments accordingly. As many as 58 wine shops have been sealed in Aalo. (DIPRO)

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Skill training need of the hour: Sema

NAMSAI | Mar 25 | In all 42 members of 22 self-help groups (SHGs) were given capacity building training by National Youth Project (NYP) here on Friday. Terming skill training is the need of the hour, UD deputy director M Sema exhorted the trainees to get skilled to face present competitive world. With white colour jobs becoming scarce, self-employment is the best option to lead a decent life, he said to drive home his message. He lauded community organiser Chow Miyong Longphoi for the initiative for the event and painstaking…

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Addict suspected in car theft case

From Our Correspondent CHONGKHAM | Mar 15 | A spare tyre, card reader with memory card and car tools were stolen from a locked car (No AS-01C-6285) around 10 pm here on Wednesday last. The car belonging to Chow Nokham Manlong, a resident of Kherem village, was parked in front of his house here. An FIR was lodged at local police out post here and addicts were suspected to behind the incident. Drug abuse has created lot of nuisance turning as a threat to the public and their properties now-a-days….

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