Daily Archives: April 24, 2018



12th Civil Services Day observed

AALO, Apr 23: The 12th Civil Services Day was observed at the DC’s Conference Hall here on 21st April last in a befitting manner. Chairing the function, West Siang Deputy Commissioner Swetika Sachan dwelt at length on the significance of

SIMI launched at CHC, Doimukh

YUPIA, Apr 23: Special Intensified Mission Indradhanush (SIMI) was launched today at CHC, Doimukh by Deputy Commissioner in-charge & SDO (S) Tabang Bodung in presence of DMO Papum Pare Dr Tasso Kampu Subu, DRCHO Dr J Ado, MO in-charge Dr

Govt sanctions 10 Indian Reserve Battalions for NE states

New Delhi, Apr 23: To improve security in the North Easter States, the Government has sanctioned 10 India Reserve Battalions (IRB) in March this year, a high level officials said here on Monday. Out of 10 battalions, two each for

Workshop on ‘Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan’ held

ITANAGAR, Apr 23: A one day state level workshop on formulation of Annual Work Plan & Budget 2018-19 of SAMAGRA SHIKSHA ABHIYAN – INTEGRATED SCHEME FOR SCHOOL EDUCATION was held here today. The workshop was chaired by Dr Madhu Rani

Tirap, WK take stock of schemes under GSA

KHONSA, Apr 23: A coordination meeting of HoDs on ‘Gram Swaraj Abhiyaan’ was conducted at the Kamlesh Joshi Memorial Conference Hall here today under the chairmanship of P N Thungon, DC Tirap in presence of Sunil Agarwal, Asstt Director General,

Barring participation of ex-AR settlers in PRIs reiterated

ITANAGAR, 23: Reiterating their demands for removal of PRIs status “illegally” extended to the retired Assam Rifles settlers of Vijoynagar circle in Changlang district, the All Arunachal Pradesh Anti-Corruption Students’ Union (AAPACSU) and All Yobin Students’ Union (AYSU) on Monday

‘Create awareness on rights of consumers, vendors’

ITANAGAR, Apr 23: The president in-charge for the Consumer Dispute Commission (CDD) – Northeast, Justice H N Sharma on Monday stated that Arunachal Pradesh lacks quality road communication due to which the price of every commodity differs from each district.

Khandu receives OSA Distinguished Alumni Award

NEW DELHI, Apr 23: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu was felicitated by the Old Students’ Association (OSA) of Hindu College among others, who have been contributing for the nation in diverse fields, at the 16th Annual OSA Distinguished Alumni

Irked at govt’s ‘apathy’, students’ bodies threaten stir

ITANAGAR, Apr 23: The All Mengio Students’ Union, All Sagalee Students’ Union, All Kimin Students’ Union, All Papum Poma Students’ Union, Doimukh Students’ Union and Capital Students’ Union under the banner of All Papum Pare District Students’ Union on Monday