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Assembly panels mandated to make Govt accountable: Rebia
Assembly panels mandated to make Govt accountable: RebiaBy Staff Reporter NAHARLAGUN, Jul 24: The standing committees of Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly have the mandate to make the government accountable for its assurances given on the floor of the house, said Speaker Nabam Rebia. When his attention was drawn to the fact that the government gives lots of commitments whose outcome are hardly informed to the house, Rebia said that the Committee on Government Assurances and Petition Committee are to take note if the commitments were time bound to make the government accountable. “These committees could summon any top bureaucrat, technocra...
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AAPSU calls off 60-hr propose bandh
By Staff Reporter ITANAGAR, Jul 24: The All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU) today called off its 60-hours bandh proposed from August 12 after it received assurance from the state government during a five-hour marathon meeting between held at CM conference hall here on Wednesday. AAPSU president Kamta Lapung flanked by executive members including vice president Toko Happy and general secretary Biru Nasi told media persons in the Press Club here that the meeting between the AAPSU team and GoAP team led by Chief Minister Nabam Tuki discussed all seven demands in detail. Ministers T...
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Japanese Encephalities cases detected in P/Pare
YUPIA, Jul 24: Two patients, namely Dai Yaju and Hai Kiokam from Chimpu and Tarajuli were detected with Japanese Encephalitis recently and are presently undergoing treatment at Guwahati. On receiving the report, a team comprising district vector borne disease control officer Tatung Tayang, Chimpu MO incharge Dr A. Namchoom, district consultant vector borne disease Techi Pekhi Tara and Chimpu MTS Jumli Angu rushed to the area for investigation about vector breeding and its habitat which revealed that the patients’ dwelling place surrounded by forest and pigsty built nearby it. Moreover, at ...
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APCSD to serve the society: Richo
APCSD to serve the society: RichoBy Staff Reporter ITANAGAR, Jul 24: Arunachal Pradesh Congress Seva Dal (APCSD) would justify its name by rendering selfless service to the society up to village level, Congress president Padi Richo said after addressing the rank and file of the frontal wing from all over the state in Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan here today. Set up as the Hindustani Seva Mandal on January 1, 1924 with Jawaharlal Nehru as first president and renamed CSD in 1931, it played an stellar role during the Civil Disobedience Movement in enrolling new members in the Congress, organising activities like picketing and in armin...
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Cheering Shacot Mission
Cheering Shacot MissionBy Tokong Pertin “Ever enriching, the greenery around, this beautiful state with natural pristine beauty endowed is Mother Nature’s favourite daughter.” This is the most appropriate catchline for Arunachal Pradesh. The state while emerging on periphery as a developing state is at its nascent stage. There has been so many developmental works on the flow, and when there are certain developmental activities, there will always be deforestation. Deforestation in a definite geographical language means lack of equilibrium in nature. In accordance with the state government’s policy of ‘G...
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‘APCSD to go to grassroots people’
By Staff Reporter ITANAGAR, Jul 24: The Arunachal Pradesh Congress Seva Dal (APCSD) has been officially dissolved, but its existing office bearers will continue to look after the affairs of the dal till a new executive committee is elected, newly appointed APCSD chief organiser Padi Richo told mediapersons at Arunachal Press Club (APC) here today. The immediate targets of the APCSD would be to conduct training camps at block, district and state levels to strengthen the INC’s position, he said. The dal will begin with conducting camps in Kurung Kumey, East Kameng, West Kameng, Tawang, Anja...
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‘GoAP violating NEC guidelines’
ITANAGAR, Jul 24: The state BJP today accused the GoAP of violating NEC guidelines by not prioritizing important schemes, using the requirement of the ‘90:10 ratio matching share’ as the pretext, even though the NEC guidelines envisage that the state government shall bear its matching share of any NEC scheme proposed by the GoAP’s planning department. In a press release the party alleged that no concept papers for NEC schemes have been prepared by the nodal department. Owing to this, the people are deprived of sustainable economic gains from NEC schemes ‘and only the elected represen...
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APESA to continue pursuing its demands
ITANAGAR, Jul 24: The Arunachal Pradesh Engineering Service Association (APESA) has reiterated its call for discontinuing the creation of engineering wings in non-engineering departments, and the appointing of technocrats as secretary of works departments. Following a meeting held here recently, the association issued a press release saying it has also decided to ban ‘any kind of vetting of technical/estimate by the CEs and SEs for works of non-engineering department/directorate.’ The APESA will also ban signing of first and final bills by AEs and JEs for work not executed by the depart...
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Deep rooted Yaja acquires wings to fly
Deep rooted Yaja acquires wings to flyBy Staff Reporter NAHARLAGUN, Jul 24: Toeing the philosophy of former President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam “To not dream is a crime”, a young girl from remote Jath village under Yachuli circle of Lower Subansiri district, has not only ventured into a new area but determined to go abroad in search of greener pasture. She is 24-year-old Pill Yaja, eldest among her 10 siblings including seven sisters, who did her schooling from Joram government school and Kankarnallah GHS, before pursuing a diploma (architecture) from Perrier Centenary Polytechnic College, Thanjavur in Tamil Nadu and a degree (inte...
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Mass plantation drive organized
Mass plantation drive organized PASIGHAT, Jul 24: In a mass plantation programme organized by an NGO ‘Daying Ering Wildlife Foundation Eco-Development Society’ (DEWFEDS) in association with Divisional Forest Office, Pasighat Forest Division, several ornamental tree saplings were planted at Government Secondary School Kiyit, Government Upper Primary School Borguli, Primary Health Centre Borguli and Govt. Hr. Sec. School Borguli on Wednesday 23rd July last in the presence of students, officials, PRI leaders and NGO members. AK Viswal, Chief Conservator of Forest, Central Arunachal Circle, Pasighat who graced the occasion ...
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