Daily Archives: July 3, 2018

Refresher training for PETs conducted

ITANAGAR, Jul 2: A four-day refresher training programme for physical education teachers (PETs) was conducted at the State Council of Educational Research & Training (SCERT), Gohpur Tinali and Sangay Lhaden Sports Academy, Chimpu from June 26 to 29 last. The

Penalty imposed on PIO

ITANAGAR, Jul 2: The Arunachal Pradesh Information Commission (APIC) has imposed a penalty of Rs 25,000 on the Public Information Officer-cum-Divisional Forest Officer, Likabali, Bajum Taba for delaying in furnishing information to one Tako Tagom, appellant of APIC case No.

DCC blames Govt, executing agency for recent fatal accidents

Staff REPORTER ITANAGAR, Jul 2: The West Siang District Congress Committee (DCC) on Monday blamed the State Govt and the executing agency holding them responsible for death of eight people in recent accidents on Likabali-Bam stretch of two-lane highway. Addressing

Be a generation of winners: DC to students

ITANAGAR, Jul 2: The Hr Sec section of the Holy Cross School, Nyokum Lapang was inaugurated today by Capital Complex Deputy Commissioner Prince Dhawan in presence of Rt Rev John Kattrukudiyil, Bishop of Itanagar Diocese, AIGP Kime Aya, SP Capital

Mein asserts on pondering over poor CBSE results, creating mass awareness

ITANAGAR, Jul 2: Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein while dismayed at the poor results in the recent CBSE examinations has appealed to every educated person of the society to ponder over it and analyze the cause of pitiable performance and

Integrated Emergency Response System of Police, Fire & Medical Services on cards; MHA project taken up in 9 dists in 1st phase

ITANAGAR, Jul 2: A video-conference of Union Home Secretary was held today on Emergency Response Support System (ERSS), also known as Dial-112, with the Chief Secretary, Director General of Police, Home Commissioner, Inspector General of Police and other officers of

Flash flood wrecks havoc in Hollongi-Patila village

ITANAGAR, Jul 2: Flash flood triggered by incessant rain for last few days wrecked havoc in Hollongi-Patila village under Hollongi Pancahayt of Balijan circle, Papum Pare district. More than a dozen dwelling houses were partially submerged due to heavy rainfall

CM vows ‘wider consultations’ on APFR Act repeal move

ITANAGAR, Jul 2: In the wake of recent controversy broken out after his statement in a public function that the Arunachal Pradesh Freedom of Religion Act, 1978 would be repealed, Chief Minister Pema Khandu has assured that “wider consultations” would

Strange! Country’s young scientists including Arunachal’s Anang stranded in Johannesburg

Sanjay MOSING ITANAGAR, Jul 2: A group of 20 Indians including Tadar Anang, young scientist from Arunachal Pradesh, who went for BRICS Young Scientist Conclave at Durban in South Africa, is reportedly stranded at Johannesburg since June 30 last. On