Daily Archives: July 4, 2018

DLC finalizes several project proposals under SIDF

YUPIA, Jul 3: In an effort to finalize project proposals under State Infrastructure Development Fund (SIDF) in respect of Papum Pare district, Deputy Commissioner Dr Joram Beda chaired a meeting of District Level Committee held at DC’s conference hall here

DLEC holds meet on CMSSY

ZIRO, Jul 3: A meeting of the District Level Executive Committee on Chief Minister s Samast Shiksha Yojna(CMSSY) was held at the DC’s office here in Lower Subansiri district to formulate annual action plan for 2018-19. Local MLA cum Parliamentary

Hong Dree food festival launched

ZIRO, Jul 3: The food festival of the 29th Hong Dree celebrations got underway at Dree ground Honoko today with local MLA cum Parliamentary Secretary for Food & Civil Supplies Tage Taki inaugurating the fest. “Food festivals should be held

Mago hosts awareness camp on ‘Yak Health Management’

DIRANG, Jul 3: ICAR-National Research Centre on Yak, Dirang conducted an awareness camp on ‘Yak Health Management’ yesterday at Mago village, one of the most interior villages situated at an altitude of 12,500 msl, where yak farmers of both West

Governor felicitates Everesters

ITANAGAR, Jul 3: State Governor Brig (Retd) Dr BD Mishra on Tuesday felicitated mountaineers Taka Tamut and Kishon Tekseng at Raj Bhavan here who had conquered the Mount Everest in May last. Taka Tamut hailing from Jomlo Mongku in Siang

Tadar Anang & Co returns safely

ITANAGAR, Jul 3: The group of 20 young Indian delegates for BRICS Young Scientists’ Conclave at Durban in South Africa finally landed in New Delhi this evening. The group includes young scientist from the State, Tadar Anang, who has developed

Centre asks states to use allocated funds for electrification of all households by Dec

SHIMLA, Jul 3: Union Power Minister R K Singh today asked all states to use allocated funds under various schemes, including IPDS and DDUGJY, to achieve the electrification target for all households by year-end. “We are giving funds. But those

NHRC asks GoAP to pay ‘monetary relief’ to 88 girls forced to undress by teachers

NEW DELHI, Jul 3: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has asked the Arunachal Pradesh Govt to pay Rs 5,000 as “monetary relief” to each of the 88 girls who were allegedly forced to undress by their school teachers as

TAH compensation scam: Former L/Subansiri DC, 2 others arrested

| Staff REPORTER | ITANAGAR, Jul 3: Former Lower Subansiri Deputy Commissioner Kemo Lollen, District Land Revenue and Settlement Officer (DLRSO) Bharat Lingu and politician/businessman Likha Maj were today arrested by the sleuths of Special Investigation Cell (Vigilance) for their