Arunachal COVID-19 tally 1790  with 32 new cases

By A O News Service NAHARLAGUN, Aug 04: Arunachal Pradesh COVID-19 positive tally surged to 1790 with 32 fresh cases reported Friday  – ICR-3 (2 detected at check gates & 1 detected from Naharagun tested by RDT-Ag); Lohit-9 (7 CPMF personnel & 1 returnee from Itanagar RDT-Ag in QF); Lower Siang-7 (All are detected from Likabali town tested by RDT-Ag); East Siang-4 2 are primary contacts of positive case detected earlier & 2 Truck driver detected at check gate tested by RDT-Ag); West Kameng-3 (All are CPMF personnel detected by RDT-Ag); Changlang-2 (All are…

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Shi-Yomi eyes self sufficiency | Sona flags off truck of vegetables, fruits

AALO, Aug 04:  A truck laden with off season fresh fruits and vegetables was flagged off by Speaker PD Sona from Tato circle on Monday for sale in the market. These organic fruits and vegetables of Shi-Yomi district during this time of crisis would serve as blessing in disguise for all consumers; Sona told the gathering including DC Mito Dirchi, SP, DAO, DHO, DVO, Tato EAC, ADOs, HDOs and public. Such fruits and vegetables in huge quantity in off season reflected the hard work intending to achieve self sufficiency which…

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DC gives 8 subsidized power tillers

AALO, Aug 04: West Siang DC Moki Loyi at a function here on Sunday distributed eight subsidized power tiller to selected beneficiaries of the district. This horticulture equipment extended the help under Integrated Development of Horticulture (MIDH), a central flagship programme. Loyi exhorted the farmers to make best use of the equipments while district horticulture officeri Kirmar Lona explained the broad objective of the incentive. Road cleaned: The Libu Bene village located at entry point of Kamba administrative subdivision conducted a massive cleanliness drive along the stretch of road from Opo Yijo…

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Herbs immunity booster, says Guv

ITANAGAR, Aug 04: Governor Brig. (Retd) B.D. Mishra and his wife Neelam Misra planted Giloy, turmeric, black pepper and Tulsi saplings in Raj Bhavan campus here on Tuesday to mark observance of Jadi Booti Diwas, which aims at preserving and promoting traditional natural uses of medicinal herbs. Such herbs if taken in appropriate quantities develop resistance capacity, he said, adding their consumption is always good for physical and psychotropic protection of human beings, like Giloy, an immunity booster. Stressing that people should grow herbs their backyards and develop herbal gardens,…

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DC launches rural e-commerce platform

PASIGHAT, Aug 04: After launching rural e-commerce platform Mee Buddy here on Tuesday, East Siang  DC Dr. Kinny Singh  hoped that it would help local rural SHGs, artisans and entrepreneurs to sell their art & craft and products by having access to wider market to gain economic empowerment. doorstep services delivery of grocery, transport, plumbing, electrical works, agri tool, labour etc. in rural areas could be possible, she said and urged rural SHGs to register with the platform. She congratulated the team for expanding the services to East Siang district,…

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Ering takes stock of restoration works

From Our Correspondent PASIGHAT, Aug 04: While realizing the urgency for early restoration of blocked road and damaged bridge that disrupted normal surface communication, Pasighat West MLA Ninong Ering inspected Sille bridge and 12 Mile road on Monday to take stock of ongoing works. The restoration works are likely to be over to facilitate traffic movement soon, Ering said, adding minor irrigation channels of Mikong and Mangnang are also restored. Ering has also agreed to grant Rs one lakh each for Agam, Boksam and Project Nalas and Rs 2 lakh for…

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1962 Chinese War ankho dekhi -1 | Hav Shere Thapa deserves Param Vir Chakra, says Col

ITANAGAR, Aug 03: “I have been continuing in journalism profession for over three decades without anticipating any miraculous result,” that toes Bhagavad Gita’s Chapter II (Verse 47):  Karmanye vadhikaraste ma phaleshu kada chana (You have a right to perform your prescribed duty, but you are not entitled to the fruits of action. Never consider yourself to be the cause of the results of your activities, and never be attached to not doing your duty). After visiting Taksing under Nacho assembly constituency under Upper Subansiri district with senior leader Tanga Byaling,…

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Arunachal COVID-19 tally upto 1758

By A O News Service NAHARLAGUN, Aug 03: Arunachal Pradesh COVID-19 positive tally surged to 1,758 with 60 fresh cases reported Friday  – ICR-5 (2 detected from SQF Lekhi, 3 detected at check gates by RDT-Ag); Changlang- 9 (6 are CPMF personnel & 2 are detected from Upper colony Barak line, Miao & 1 is detected from Bordumsa by RDT-Ag); East Siang- 14 (4 are HCW, 2 are returnees, 1 is truck driver & 7 are detected from Pasighat tested by RDT-Ag);  East Kameng-5 (primary contacts of positive case detected earlier tested…

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Let ‘Mystic Land Arunachal’ glow before humanity: Glow

This is the route used by HH Dalai Lama to enter India in 1959 Beyond the Horizon By Pradeep Kumar Arunachal Pradesh is still an undiscovered land true to what I have oft-repeatedly been writing for no survey conducted so far but one stumbles upon and discovers one or other mysteries in this enigmatic land. Indigenous experts albeit whimsically decide to document some unique social, cultural, natural aspects of this Himalayan state that fascinates the humanity. Politician-cum-social activist Naresh Glow of Tenga in West Kameng district, who had served as…

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