Daily Archives: June 2, 2018

PIO imposed penalty

ITANAGAR, Jun 1: Arunachal Pradesh Information Commission has, under the provision of RTI Act, imposed a penalty of Rs 25,000 on Public Information Officer, P N Thungon (Deputy Commissioner of Tirap district) for furnishing incomplete information on Namsang-Borduria Fund (NBF)

APSCW condemns rape of a minor girl

ITANAGAR, Jun 1: The Arunachal Pradesh State Commission for Women (APSCW) has vehemently condemned the rape of a three-and-a-half-year-old girl child at Changlang town allegedly by a 34-year-old man recently. Expressing its deep anguish over occurrence of such incidents again

Double laning of Mebo-Dhola road pending due to huge cost involvement: MLA

Correspondent PASIGHAT, Jun 1: A maiden sub-divisional level meeting on planning for taking up various developmental activities under Mebo sub-division involving all HoDs, PRI leaders, GBs and other senior citizen under Mebo Assembly constituency was held at Motum community hall

3 killed in NSCN factional fight

ITANAGAR, Jun 1: Three persons, including two cadres of a Naga rebel outfit and a civilian were killed in a factional fight between NSCN (IM) and NSCN (U) in Tirap district on Thursday. Tirap Deputy Commissioner P N Thungon, while

Devoid of dwellings, Puroiks conduct social service at Tomru, seek Govt help

DOIMUKH, Jun 1: The Puroik community youths and students today organised a social service to clear the jungles in Tomru village, which is proposed for settlement of the community people. Puroik Welfare Board Vice Chairman Siji Nanu informed that there

Temporary bridge to connect Dambuk-Pasighat

ITANAGAR, Jun 1: Already connected to Roing by the Sikang/Dibang Bridge earlier this year, now Dambuk is all set to be connected through the other end with Pasighat by a temporary iron bridge over Mekong stream near Sisar River within

Lummer Dai remembered on his 78th birth anniversary

PASIGHAT/ITANAGAR, Jun 1: Pride of Arunachal Pradesh’s Siluk and a leading light in the world of Assamese literature, ‘Sahitya Surjya’ Lummer Dai was today remembered on his 78th birth anniversary by the people of his birthplace, Siluk village in East