Daily Archives: June 25, 2018

FOB, Ziro & Tezu air PM’s thoughts under ‘Man Ki Batt’

ITANAGAR, Jun 24: As part of the Prime Minister’s 45th edition of the ‘Man Ki Batt’ programme today, the Field Outreach Bureau (FOB), Ziro, Govt of India, Ministry of I&B, broadcast the PM’s speeches through relay by All India Radio

Dy CM reiterates on creation of Tai Khamti teachers posts

NAMSAI, Jun 24: The Tai Khamti Heritage & Literary Society (TKHLS) felicitated the resource persons from Khamtilong (Myanmar), who imparted training cum crash course to the trainees in the ongoing workshop on’ Tai Khamti revised script and literature’, at Kongmukham

Gen Next must be mentally strong, physically bold & spiritually high: Lowangdong

KHONSA, Jun 24: Borduria-Bogapani MLA cum Advisor to CM, W Lowangdong while citing that 65% of India’s population consists of the youth and the future of our nation is in their hands has asserted that the Generation Next must be

‘Good education is solution to many problems’

WAKRO, Jun 24: Dharmendra Kumar Bhateria, Commandant, 25 Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) said that good education and proper grooming by teachers and good educational institutions will help society overcome many a social evils and challenges. The Commandant said this while

Tirap celebrates International Widows Day

KHONSA, Jun 23: The International Widows Day was celebrated at New Tupi village, 14 Kms away from Khonsa, the headquarters of Tirap district amidst a huge gathering of 198 widows from 13 villages under the district and the Church members.

Khandu graces ‘Tse Chu’ festival at Tawang

TAWANG, June 24: Chief Minister Pema Khandu today attended the annual religious festival, ‘Tse Chu’ celebration at Khinmey Sangnag Chockorlling Monastery, Tawang along with Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju, RWD Parliamentary Secretary Jambey Tashi and Tawang MLA

DA demolishes ‘illegal’ structure; owner claims eviction ‘illegal’

Staff REPORTER ITANAGAR, Jun 24: In compliance with a Gauhati High Court order, the Itanagar Capital Complex district administration on Sunday carried out an eviction drive and dismantled an ‘illegal’ structure built within the government land near IG Park Cafeteria

5 labourers die in wall collapse

Staff REPORTER ITANAGAR, Jun, 24: In a tragic incident, five migrant labourers from Assam were buried alive when the retaining wall of an under-construction building fell on the kutcha house they were living at Donyi Colony on the Itanagar-Jollang road