Daily Archives: April 3, 2018

AAPSU urges for assessing all govt-run schools

AALO, Apr 2: A delegation of All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU) visited Govt New Market Sec School, Aalo on Saturday last to take stock of the present situation of the school. According to a release issued by the Union

Chalk out a middle path and single acceptable plan, says DC

PANGIN, Apr 2: In an effort to address various concerns regarding the Siang headquarters issue and to devise ways to bring about a meaningful resolution, a meeting of all the representatives of a Community Based Organization, Siang District Unit, its

AAPSU leader’s death mourned

ITANAGAR, Apr 2:  North East Students’ Organization (NESO) has deeply mourned the demise of former AAPSU leader Darasing Tayeng. He was battling for cancer since last two years and breathed his last at Bakin Pertin Memorial Hospital Pasighat on 31st

APIC penalizes PIO

ITANAGAR, Apr 2: Arunachal Pradesh Information Commission has penalized Byabang Neameh, District Land Revenue and Settlement Officer, Kra-Daadi to the tune of Rs 25,000 for refusing to furnish information as sought by one Takam Tashi pertaining to information on double

Effort to prevent forest fire, conserve water catchment area (p)

ITANAGAR, Apr 2: The State Forest Research Institute (SFRI), Department of Environment & Forests in association with Chinnyia Donnyia Welfare Society and Gram Panchayat, Batt village organized a one day training and awareness programme on prevention of forest fire and

Dr Chai calls for maintaining communal harmony

TEZU, Apr 2: Minister for Animal Husbandry & Veterinary, Dairy Development, and Research Dr Mohesh Chai laid the foundation stone of Dree ground near Tezu Nallah here today. He also carried out plantation within the premises of the festival ground

RUSA projects reviewed

ITANAGAR, Apr 2: Director of Higher & Technical Education cum State Project Director (RUSA) Dr Tayek Talom took a review meeting here today to assess the progress of ongoing projects taken under RUSA (Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan) at JN College,

Need to bring tribal people into the mainstream: Ering

ITANAGAR, Apr 2: “It is a matter of great concern that even in the second decade of the 21st century, 75 tribal groups are living with pre-agricultural level of technology. The comprehensiveness is an integral part of the idea of

Talk on ‘Act East Policy & Implications for Northeast’

ITANAGAR, Apr 2: The Rajiv Gandhi University is hosting a foreign policy lecture series at the university campus on Tuesday by former ambassador of India to Colombia, Ecuador and Costa Rica, Rudi Warjri on the topic ‘Act East Policy and

MHRD urged to take action against those behind CBSE paper leak issue

ITANAGAR, Apr 2: The All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU) while vehemently condemning the recent CBSE paper leak controversy that prompted the Board to announce new dates for re-examination of class X (Maths) and XII (Eco) papers has urged the