Police on toes, arrest accused Pawar
By Pradeep Kumar , ITANAGAR | May 08 | : Marnya Doye murder case
Sachin Pawar, owner of Nanglawadi-based Sai City Engineer (SCE), was arrested by Mahad MIDC Police on May 6 last in the suspected murder case of his employee Marnya Doye, 22.
Police had registered a case u/s 302, 201 and 34 IPC on receipt of an FIR from her elder sister Marina accusing Pawar of brutally murdering her sister. He was arrested after preliminary investigation and remanded in police custody for six days on being produced in the court on Saturday, police inspector Nand Kishore told this daily over telephone today.
However, Raigarh district SSP Suvez Haq, when contacted, said that considering seriousness of this case, police are on their toes and interrogations are on.
Officers were rushed to spot to take photographs and videography and the body was sent to specialized JJ Hospital, Mumbai whose dean was requested for conducting a special post mortem, Haq informed.
"The hospital had collected some samples and sent to forensic laboratory, Kalyan for examination", Haq said, adding "an officer with a request letter was sent there for thorough examination to ascertain whether the death was suicidal or homicidal".
"On receipt of the report, the Hospital would give the final report to the police which would help in the case. As the family in FIR has suspected murder, the police had to register a case accordingly but the outcome of investigation would help the police to work out the case", he said and added with confidence "Raigad police take up each and every case professionally and investigate till its logical end".
Moreover, Marina's close link to divine world came handy with Rajesh Rajput, secretary of Karma Yoga Asham, Kotdwar, Uttarakhand, informing that revered spiritual gurus have already advised the Maharashtra Govt, Home Minister RR Patil and MP Supriya Sule to ensure that those involved in her death never go unpunished.
The shocking incident has already reached the PMO, he said, adding former Maharashtra police commissioner Satyapal Singh and anti-terror squad chief K P Raghuvanshi have asked their counterparts to probe the case seriously.
Marnya's body was found hanging in her room in SCE in Raigarh district of Maharashtra on April 26 last, when few staff reportedly had broke open the room, taken the body to a hospital and informed her younger sister without informing police, Marina had said, suspecting the death as a murder not suicide as impression was created.
Marina, who had rushed to Mumbai to bring her mortal remains back home to Seren village of East Siang district, after performing last rites on April 28, had air-dashed to Mumbai.
It is worth mentioning here that Arunachal Pradesh Governor J P Rajkhowa during his meeting with his Maharashtra counterpart C Vidyasagar Rao at Mumbai on Thursday had sought his intervention for a through probe into the case.
"I have been personally monitoring the case and that a breakthrough is expected very soon as police investigation into the case was proceeding in right direction. The parents or any other relative of late Marnya could meet me if feel necessary," Rao had told Rajkhowa.
However, Marina had also sought the help of GoAP, particularly Chief Minister Kalikho Pul and Union MoS (Home) Kiren Rijiju for a probe to her sister's murder and bring the guilty to book to grant justice to the aggrieved family and the departed soul.
Bihu celebrated with espirit de mass
By Staff Reporter , NAHARLAGUN | May 08 | : Thousands of people belonging to Assam clad in their best traditional attire joined two-day Bihu celebration at art & culture office ground here which concluded late Sunday night.
Exchanging sweets (pitha, laddoo), the gathering enjoyed the colourful cultural extravaganza, Organized by Naharlagun Kristi Kendra.
Chief estate officer Talo Potom, addressing the valedictory function as chief guest, stressed on strengthening the bilateral age-old relations between the two neighbouring states.
"We belong to the same mother though our languages and dresses are different," Potom said while recalling that Arunachal was once part of Assam.
Arunachalees are not as bad as thought in Assam because up lack of proper understanding which could be removed by people-to-people exchange, he told the guests from Assam. Arunachal cultural is greatly influenced by Assam's language, fine arts and trade, which indicated he strong bilateral bonds, he said before releasing a bilingual magazine Nahar.
Besides an essay writing competition on Bihu, a Bihu folk dance competition choreographed to expose the Assames youth to their native culture, group dance (Huchori), folk songs, traditional Nyishi dance left the audience spell bound.
Mishing Bihu, Jhumoor, Bagurumba, Dewri Bihu and Mukoli Bihu were showcased to reelect the adaptability of Bihu.
"We may be far from home but not far away from Assamese spirit," organizing committee president Budhin Dutta said that echoed the sentiments of Assamese diaspora in the state.
On high mast lights smack installers
By Staff Reporter , ITANAGAR | May 08 |: The power department has installed high mast light posts in different locations of the Capital Complex which regrettably remain on during daytime too.
The lights in D Sector and in ESS Sector here were on at 10.15 AM and 11 AM today questioning the providers.
Reportedly, there are none either caretakers or chowkidars to switch on the lights every evening and switch off in the morning.
These facility was installed to facilitate crime control but why should it remain on during daytime to reflect the neglecting attitude of those who matter?
Despite protests by different sections of people, Capital electrical division has installed pre-paid energy meter on 'use and pay' principle to save power to avoid wastage of power.
When the power department spends huge amount to purchase electricity to meet the growing demands, is such misuse of power expected?
When the high mast lights near CM bungalow also remain on, will the GoAP rise to the occasion?
Mothers Society visit Mother's Home
From Our Correspondent , ZIRO | May 08 | : The Mothers Society (MS), one of the prominent women organizations of Ziro Valley, visited Mother's Home that houses destitute, orphan and differently able persons (DAPs) , on the eve of Mother's Day on Saturday and offered foods items to the inmates.
Motherâ€(TM)s Home is run by Achu Kuru Welfare Society with Tailyang Santii taking the role of mother.
A 10-member MS team led by its president Mudo Dumi interacted with the inmates - eight DAPs including six females.
The team also visited district relief & rehabilitation centre run by Apatani Baptist Association interacted with the inmates and offered them food items.
DRRC secretary Michi Tamang informed them various problems without any GoAP support. The Centre bears medical expenses of an inmate up to Rs 5000 but if it goes up "we have to seek help from their parents", he said.
Later, MS president exhorted other NGOs to visit the Centers and spend time with the inmates to give them a felling that they are part of the society.
Meanwhile, the MS in its annual meeting has advocated against drug abuse, alcoholism and any anti-socially activities.
9 qualify for 2nd qtr final
By Staff Reporter , ITANAGAR | May 08 | : Suurili Nyishi Awaz
In all 12 finalists vied for the Suurili Nyishi Awaz in 1st quarter final of the mega contest at Siddhartha hall here on Saturday evening that qualified nine aspirants to the he 2nd quarter final.
Winning or losing is a common practice that should neither encourage nor discourage but serve as a stepping stone for a better career, Kurung Kumey district ZPC Sangha Tajik and Itanagar Market Welfare Association president Yumlam Achung said while addressing as chief guest and guest of honour respectively and exhorted them to continuous practice, the only key to perfection.
Stressing the need for preserving the indigenous traditional values, they lauded Ejeng Dudak Band chairman Takam Talum Dado, Arunachal Artist Forum president Bamang Loram for providing the platform which, they said, would go a long way in enriching state's rich cultural mosaic.
More than 100 participants have been eliminated in audition rounds so far. The hunt for melodious Nyishi talents, mostly from six Nyishi-inhabited districts.
Transfer present MO, post 2 more
DIRANG, May 08, 2016: Accusing local CHC medical officer of charging Rs 50 for medical check-up without providing money receipt, the Dirang unit Arunachal Anti-Corruption Sena has urged the GoAP to transfer him and post two doctors immediately.
BRO contributions to NE dev immense: MLA
TAFRAGAM, May 08, 2016: Immense contributions Border Roads Organisation (BRO) the development of NE India is praise worth, said Sunpura MLA Dr Mohesh Chai.
Dr Chai was addressing the inaugural function of a health check-up camp here on Friday last, organized by 48 BRTF/Project Udayak under the aegis of Border Roads Wife Welfare Association (BROWWA) here on Friday to mark 56th raising day of BRO.
The camp benefitted 124 needy patients of the area.
Joining Dr Chai, Lohit DC Danish Ashraff lauded the Project Udayak's contributions in diverse fields of development.
A medical team - two doctors and three nurses - with a mobile lab and medicines was engaged by 48 BRTF for the camp.
Lohit District Health Society also extended help by providing a health care team for the camp that evoked tremendous response and appreciation from the masses.
Responding to the response of the people, 48 BRTF commander Col C Rajashekar assured to hold such camp regularly in remote and inaccessible areas in future.
Donate blood voluntarily: CYO
NAHARLAGUN, May 08, 2016: The Capital Youth Organization (CYO) has lauded those who donated blood during a camp at Tomo Riba State Hospital on Saturday last.
With a humanitarian mission to save life, the CYO which organised the camp has urged the masses, including NGOs to join the mission voluntarily.
Youth help patients to mark Mother's Day
KHONSA, May 08, 2016: Youth members of Khonsa Town Baptist Church today visited district hospital here and distributed a Horlicks bottle each and a Rs 200 to all indoor patients including a doctor and six medical staff on duty to mark the Mother's Day.
This good Samaritan work was taken up at the initiative of C Wangchadong, wife of Education Minister Wanglin Lowangdong.