Daily Archives: November 6, 2016

‘Come forward and participate in dev activities’

TAWANG, Nov 5: A two days legal awareness programme on polygamy and compulsory registration of marriage, domestic violence, child labour, sexual harassment at workplace and free legal aid, Maternity Benefit Act 1961, livelihood and women related law began at Zomkhang

Steps to popularize Mathematics get a step up

RONO HILLS, Nov 5: A three-day workshop on Elementary Mathematics for School Teachers organized by the department of Mathematics, Rajiv Gandhi University concluded at RGU campus here today. With an objective of popularizing mathematics from elementary to research level in

Rich tributes paid to Bhupenda on his 5th death anniversary

ITANAGAR, Nov 5: On the fifth death anniversary of musical icon Bhupen Hazarika today, the Arunachal Pradesh Literary Society (APLS) paid rich tributes to the legendary Assamese singer that marked its 74th session. A function was organised at the J

Social magazine ‘The Patkai’ released

Itanagar, Nov 5: The first edition of a social magazine titled “The Patkai” was today released by Tirap, Changlang, Longding and Namsai Students’ Union (TCLNSU), Rajv Gandhi University, in a ceremony at a Naharlagun hotel. The prime focus of the

Annual College Day celebration of DPGC Kamki under way

Aalo, Nov 5: The 20th Annual College Day celebration of Donyi Polo Govt College (DPGC), Kamki got off to a flying start with a wide range of sports and cultural activities on Friday last. Gracing the inaugural ceremony as the

Blood donation camp

Itanagar, Nov 5: Kerala Kala Samskarika Vedi (KKSV), Itanagar organized a voluntary blood donation camp at Tomo Riba State Hospital, Naharlagun today as part of Statehood Day celebration of Kerala. While inaugurating the camp, Director of Health Services Dr Moji

Departmental seminar

Itanagar, Nov 5: The Department of Political Science, Don Bosco College, Itanagar organized its annual departmental seminar on the topic “The Enduring Indo-China Conflict with Special Reference to Arunachal Pradesh”. The chairman of Arunachal Civil Society, Patey Tayum attending the

Cleanliness drive organized

PASIGHAT, Nov 5: A social service programme was organized by the Protocol Branch, DC’s office in collaboration with staff of PWD at Siang Guest House, Circuit House and Inspection Bungalow, Pasighat today. It was also participated by PMC’s Chief Councillor

APSLSA reaches out to 47,089 persons

Itanagar, Nov 5: The Arunachal Pradesh State Legal Services Authority (APSLSA) along with several District Legal Services Authorities (DLSAs) reached out to altogether 47,089 populations across the State during its two-day statewide mass door-to-door campaign on Nov 2 and 3

‘Insurgency retards NE development’

ITANAGAR, Nov 5: “Insurgencies in India’s Northeastern states cause one of the hurdles for the all-round development of the region,” opined Swapnil Shermale, coordinator, Intellectual Forum for North East. He said that the problem of insurgency caused many socio-economic and