Kaso inaugurates CC pavement road

By Our Staff Reporter CHIMPU, Sept 01: Leaders will always serve the society under all condition when there is a demand and request of the public, said Itanagar MLA Techi Kaso. Addressing locals of Forest Corporation, Lower Forest Colony and Sangrik Hapa Colony on Saturday after inaugurating 191 metres CC pavement road from Forest Corporation tri-junction to Lower Forest Colony, Kaso said that look into demands at the time of need is a human nature. But all public demands will be met in a phased manner after executing schemes proposed…

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DC reviews CSS

YUPIA, June 27: Papum Pare DC Dr Joram Beda during a meeting of all HoDs here during last two days reviewed implementation of CSS in the district. The CSS schemes, like MGNREGA, NRLM, RKVY (Agri) RKVY (horti), veterinary activities, NRHM, AYUSH, Mission Indradhanush, SSA, RMSA, teacher training, adult education, incentives to girl child, scholarship, Atal Innovation Mission, ICDS, Women Help Line,  SBM (G), Ujjawala, DBT, DDUGJY, IDPS, MSDP, PMAY (U) & agriculture, horticulture, ICDS,  panchayat. The HoDs highlighted achievements of 2017 and proposals for current fiscal. Lead Bank highlighted implementation…

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Save Mother Earth for future generations: Libang

YUPIA, June 26: H&FW Minister Alo Libang today lauded Jote area people for their conscious effort to save the environment by planting trees. Addressing a plantation-cum-development meeting at Govt secondary school here, he said that we need to continue such practice by encouraging others to plant more trees to save the mother nature  for  our future generations as  global warming is cause concern globally nd world and we can give our small contributions. On present f status of Govt school, he said that Govt schools are well facilitated and people should send their children to avail the facilities….

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Workshop on measles-rubella held

YUPIA, June 20: A day-long district measles-rubella case based surveillance transitioning workshop was conducted here today. DMO Dr. Tasso Subu Kampu, in her presidential address, urged all participants to avail its benefits. Family welfare deputy director Dr. Amping Perme highlighted about family planning, empanelment of gynaecologists with GoAP, RBSK performance, health management information system, DBT of incentives etc and stressed on streamlining performance. Stressing on timely updating of data, he urged all to provide the data on regular basis besides maintaining its   quality to prevent any discrepancy. WHO SMO Dr. Tage Taka and…

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Be proactive for Army recruitment rally: DC  

YUPIA | Mar 26 | Papum Pare DC Tai Kaye in a meeting here today directed all administrative officers  to work proactively for successful conduct of three-day Army Recruitment Rally exclusively for state candidates at Jairampur from May 1o next. Adequate publicity should be made about the camp among PRIs, NGOs, youths and students leaders while the Army personnel should be provided with all logistic support, he said, adding selected youths would undergo four weeks pre-training at IG Park while online registration centre will be set up at Naharlagun Rajiv…

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Jollang road re-carpeting from Mar 17

ITANAGAR | Mar 14 | The re-carpeting work of Jollang road would begin from March 17 next for which the road would remain closed during 8pm to 5AM with a target to complete the work by  March 25. This came to lime light today during review of proposed work by Capital Complex DC Prince Dhawan when he stressed on improving its condition being the lone alternate road to link twin cities. He asked PWD (CD-B) EE Tana Nekam Tara to complete the work of first phase covering 10.6-km on time. Capital SP Sagar Singh Khalsi was asked to…

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SJETA team assess scheme progress

ITANAGAR | Dec 26 |  Social justice, empowerment and tribal affairs (SJETA) department officials visited Poma village under Sangdupota circle on Tuesday to assess progress of its funded ongoing income generating projects, namely establishment of mixed horticulture and tribal bamboo crafts. The team lead by SJETA secretary Madhu K Garg included director Yumlam Kaha inspected horticulture gardens and interacted with the beneficiaries, according to an official release. Garg expressed satisfaction with the implementation of horticulture scheme and urged the farmers to benefit from such centrally sponsored scheme. They also interacted with PRI leaders led by ASM…

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SBA conducted in RGU

RONO HILLS | Dec 09 | RGU physical education department and NSS cell in collaboration with Doimukh-based NDRF 12th Bn  conducted Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in varsity Campus, themed ‘Clean and Green Campus’ here today. In all 210 NDRF personnel led by Dy commandant P. Nupajao Singh, Asstt. commandants  I. Somendro & Sanjay Prasad Sharma conducted the SBA to receive appreciation from Dr Vivek Singh, particularly NDRF commandant A. Kiran Chand Singh and 2nd in-command Arun Deogam. RGU VC  Prof. Tamo Mibang VC and Prof. Tomo Riba, who witnessed the event,  encouraged the team….

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Cleanest RGU to get award

Clean & green campus abhiyan RONO HILLS | Oct 29 | The cleanest compound of RGU would be awarded under month-long ‘Clean and green campus’ programme under “Swachhta hi Seva” of RGU NSS cell, which was launched by dean (student welfare) Prof. Kesang Degi on  October 28  last. He planted a tree in NSS park-cum-living museum while several faculty members and around 85 NSS volunteers led by NSS programme officers John Gangmei and Dr.Vikas Singh took part in the event, according to a NSSS release. The drive would include several activities…

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Hospital conducts SBA

PAPPU NALLAH | Sept 25 | Doctors and staff of NIBA Hospital here cleaned the whole campus and building today in sync with the Swatch Bharat Abhiyan (SBA). Stressing that cleanliness is the primary duty of all citizens, especially health professionals to keep its surroundings clean for healthy life and healthy society, hospital MD Dr Chetha Langkhun encouraged all staff to continue cleanliness drive in each house and surroundings as clean environment prevents lots of illnesses. They also  pledged to carry forward Swatchhata hi Sewa drive. DIPR

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