Daily Archives: April 25, 2018

Different place, different price

Different place, different price

AFA, PFC register victories on day 4 of DNSLFT

ITANAGAR, Apr 24: Lorr Putung FC and D-Sector United FC played out a 1-1 draw in first match on day 4 of the ongoing Dera Natung State Level Football Tournament (DNSLFT) for sub-junior boys. Dangu Tania scored for Lorr Putung

Governor attention drawn

ITANAGAR, Apr 24: Claiming that in order to counter or contain the menace of opium in the eastern part of Arunachal Pradesh comprehensive action plans such as establishment of de-addiction centres, rehabilitation of addicts, awareness/counseling programmes etc were need of

Plea for APSTS day services

ITANAGAR, Apr 24: The Abotani Descendent Welfare Society, in a representation to the Chief Minister, has requested for arrangement of resumption of daily APSTS bus, day services, from Aalo to Itanagar or vice-versa. The Society, in its representation, claimed that

Literary contests mark Road Safety Week

ITANAGAR, Apr 24: Altogether, 151 students participated in the essay writing, drawing and painting competition conducted by the Road Safety Cell of PHQ, Itanagar at KV 2, Itanagar, as part of the nationwide 29th Road Safety Week. Around 30 teaching

A great personality of indigenous faith & cultural movement passes away

ITANAGAR, Apr 24: The Indigenous Faith & Cultural Society of Arunachal Pradesh (IFCSAP) has deeply mourned the untimely demise of Mihin Kaning, a great personality of indigenous faith & cultural movement of Arunachal Pradesh. He breathed his last at RK

Guv, CM extend Moh Mol, Gumkum-Gumpa greetings

ITANAGAR, Apr 24: State Governor Brig (Retd) Dr B D Mishra and Chief Minister Pema Khandu conveyed hearty greetings and best wishes to the people of the State on occasion of Moh Mol and Gumkum-Gumka festivals, celebrated by the Tangsa

DC calls for timely implementation of all Govt projects

HAWAI, Apr 24: A district level coordination meeting was held here on April 23 wherein all Govt schemes were reviewed by Anjaw District Administration in the presence of HoDs, PRIs leaders, and public leaders. Deputy Commissioner Mamata Riba taking stock

Book on ‘tribal life & culture’ released

ZIRO, Apr 24: Saint Claret College released a book titled TRIBALS IN THE CONTEMPORARY CONTEXT: Myriad Perspectives from Northeast India at its Commencement Ceremony. The book contains 18 papers presented during the national seminar held at the College under the

2-day workshop on apple scab disease concludes

BOMDILA, Apr 24: The ICAR-Central Institute of Temperate Horticulture, Srinagar in collaboration with department of Horticulture, GoAP organized two days workshop on Apple scab disease, its causes, symptoms and management on Saturday and Sunday last at district headquarters Bomdila for