Daily Archives: May 28, 2018

The prohibition of using polythene bags

The prohibition of using polythene bags

Rebia stresses on maintaining ecological balance

DOIMUKH, May 27: Environment and Forest Minister Nabam Rebia on Saturday appealed the local villagers to keep the flora & fauna intact for maintaining of ecological balance. Addressing a development meeting at Mani village under Doimukh circle of Paum Pare

Slew of events to mark 78th birth anniversary of Luminous Lummer Dai

ITANAGAR, May 27: A slew of events will commemorate the 78th birth anniversary of Luminous Lummer Dai, the literary giant of Arunachal Pradesh, on June 1 next. For a change, this time round the literary icon’s birth anniversary is going

Ex-PCCF Ganesh Prasad Shukla dies

ITANAGAR, May 27: Ganesh Prasad Shukla, IFS (AGMUT: 1966), who had served the Arunachal Pradesh Govt as PCCF-cum Principal Secretary for a long time to carve a niche for himself, passed away at Lucknow on May 18 last. He is

Siluk felicitates young achievers

ITANAGAR, May 27: Siluk village in East Siang district under the initiative of Silukian Welfare Kebang (SWK) felicitated the young achievers duo – Masanda Magdalin Pertin, who cracked the UPSC Exam 2017 securing 443rd rank and Dr Lenong Lego, who

‘Yes to sports, no to drugs’

MIAO, May 27: An inter-village sports meet was organized from May 24 to 27 at Neotan village under Miao sub-division of Changlang district by the Neotan Youth Association to counter the drug menace in the area. Responding to the growing

Hangpan Dada’s memorial unveiled

ITANAGAR, May 27: The newly constructed memorial of martyred Havildar Hangpan Dada, Ashok Chakra (posthumous) was unveiled by Major General Gajinder Singh, General Officer Commanding (GOC), 2 Mountain Division, at late Dada’s native village Borduria under Tirap district on Saturday

2 more Arunachal climbers conquer Mt Everest

ITANAGAR, May 27: Two more climbers from Arunachal Pradesh have scaled the Mount Everest (29,028 feet), the highest mountain peak in the world, exactly a fortnight after the mother of four, Muri Linggi from Lower Dibang Valley district had reached