Daily Archives: September 7, 2018

State cricket team leaves for Goalpara

ITANAGAR, Sep 6: As part of their preparatory camp for the upcoming Vijay Hazare Trophy, the 16-member Arunachal cricket team left for Goalpara (Assam) today. The state team is for the first time taking part in the Vijaya Hazare Trophy,

Team Komsing emerged champion of TTMFT-I

PANGIN, Sep 6: Team Komsing emerged champion of the first edition of Tagi Taloh Memorial Football Tournament (TTMFT), defeating DASC 2-0 in the final played here on Tuesday last. A total of 26 teams participated in the tournament which was

‘Namsai on way to become one of most popular tourist destinations’

NAMSAI, Sep 6: Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein said that Namsai is one of the fastest growing districst in the State, which is also going to be one of the most popular tourist destinations owing to its improved surface communication.

AWWs take ‘Poshan’ pledge

PASIGHAT, Sep 6: Observing the ongoing Rashtriya Poshan Maah (National Nutrition Month), DD ICDS Ponung Angu Ering today administered ‘Poshan’ pledge to Anganwadi workers (AWWs) here at the office of CDPO, Pasighat. Stressing on the role of AWWs in the


ITANAGAR, Sep 6: The Department of Legal Metrology & Consumer Affairs has deeply mourned the untimely demise of Inspector, Legal Metrology & CA, Daporijo, Bengia Dongro, who breathed his last at Itanagar on Sept 5 after a brief illness. In

Teachers felicitated

KIMIN, Sep 6: On the occasion of Teachers’ Day, the Principal and teachers of KV Kimin were felicitated by the Commandant, 10th Bn ITBP Shobhan Singh Rana, who is also the chairman of KV Kimin, and the chief patron, 10th

Dy CM donates one month’s salary to disaster-stricken Kerala

NAMSAI, Sep 6: Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein has donated his one month’s salary of August 2018 towards the disaster-stricken state of Kerala. He joints the rest of the nation by paying homage to the Kerala flood victims and also

High literacy rate does not necessarily mean an educated society: Sidisow

BOMDILA, Sep 6: Attending the Teachers’ Day celebration on Wednesday, MLA Kumsi Sidisow said ‘rise in the literacy rate of an area or of the district is not necessarily an indicator of an educated society’. The teachers have the responsibility

NEHRO lodges complaint with Guv

ITANAGAR, Sep 6: The North East Human Rights Organization (NEHRO), Arunachal Pradesh unit has lodged a complaint with the Raj Bhavan here against the State Chief Secretary accusing the latter of shielding the ‘guilty’ doctor (EMO) in the new born

DA starts removing unauthorized speed breakers from NH-13

Litem Eshi ORI PASIGHAT, Sep 6: In what appears to be a major respite for the commuters, the East Siang district administration has started removing the unauthorized speed breakers constructed on NH-13 from Ruksin to Mebo following series of complaints