Daily Archives: April 2, 2018

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The road destroying

Bid to bring in healthy environment

Correspondent PASIGHAT, Apr 1: In an effort to bring cleanliness for healthy environment in and around the village and to teach the villagers on the importance of cleanliness, All Panggi Students’ Union in collaboration with Sibum Students’ Association conducted a

WSU rejects EE’s clarification

ITANAGAR, Apr 1: The Wancho Students’ Union (WSU) has rejected the ‘clarification’ given by the Executive Engineer, PWD Kanubari Division on allegation of corruption charges and termed it as attempt to shy away one’s responsibility and hiding the truth. The

NSCN(IM)’s OGW apprehended

ITANAGAR, Apr 1: The Khonsa Battalion of Assam Rifles during an operation on March 31 apprehended an over ground worker (OGW) of NSCN(IM) from Lazu town in the district. The OGW, identified as Nali Namet, was found in possession of

Mass cleanliness drive conducted at Gompa premises

ITANAGAR, Apr 1: A mass cleanliness drive was conducted at Itanagar Gompa premises by the Itanagar Buddhist Cultural Society (IBCS) on Sunday. IBCS members including college and university students participated in the programme and cleared the debris of recent cyclonic

‘Unfettered cattle grazing posing grave threat to DEWS’

Correspondent  PASIGHAT, Apr 1: A team of researchers from Tiger Research and Conservation Division of an NGO, Aranyak led by Dr Kalloli Dutta have been carrying out sign survey and camera trapping in D Ering Memorial Wildlife Sanctuary from last

Centre pleaded to set up CAPFs recruitment centre in Arunachal

CHARDUAR (Balipara), Apr 1: Arunachal Pradesh Parliamentary Secretary for PHE & Water Supply, Economics & Statistics Kumsi Sidisow today appealed the Central Govt for setting up of recruitment centre for all central paramilitary forces (Central Armed Police Forces or CAPFs)

‘Odisha changed the course of Indian history’

ITANAGAR, Apr 1: Odisha is a fabulous state that changed the course of Indian history as Mauryann emperor Ashoka failed to defeat the brave Utkala warriors during the infamous Kalinga War but turned a peace messenger by adopting Buddhism. From

North-East runs in 1st Int’l Half Marathon for a Clean India

GUWAHATI, Apr 1: Thousands of people from different walks of life and from different parts of North-East today vigorously participated in the 1st International Run of the region ‘Star Cement Bhaag North East Bhaag’ in support of a ‘Clean India’.

6 drug peddlers arrested

ITANAGAR, Apr 1: Altogether, six persons were arrested for their alleged involvement in peddling of drugs as well as consuming drugs during a major a crackdown launched against the illicit trade by a joint team of police and excise official