Monthly Archives: October 2018

Economic problems should not be politicized and trivialized: Prof Prabhat Patnaik

ITANAGAR, Oct 30: The Department of Economics, Rajiv Gandhi University, organized a talk delivered by Prof Prabhat Patnaik of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Prof Patnaik, an economist and a political commentator, has been teaching Macro economics and political economy

Dorjee Wangchu, Pema Tashi emerge winners in singing talent hunt

TAWANG, Oct 30: The grand finale of Mega singing talent hunt Mon Ser-gyelling (golden voice of monyul in modern song) and Mon Rig-zhung Ser-gyelling (golden voice of Monyul in folk song) Season 3 under the banner Film Federation of Monyul

‘Molestation’ of minor condemned

ITANAGAR, Oct 30: The Arunachal Pradesh State Commission for Women (APSCW) has vehemently condemned the alleged molestation of a 15-year-old girl at Roing. In a release, the Commission requested the law enforcing agency to expedite the investigation in the fast

TTC-hosted cultural extravaganza starts

AALO, Oct 30: The Teachers Training Centre, Aalo is observing a two-day cultural extravaganza starting with a seminar on preservation and promotion of indigenous culture on day one of the celebration at TTC here today. The programme is being organized

Roing Power House gets automised electrical system

ROING, Oct 30: MLA Mutchu Mithi inaugurated an automised electrical system at Roing Power House today in presence of ADC T Pertin, SP S K Sain, executive engineer N Modi, HoDs and staff of Power department. Appreciating the work of

Lohit observes World Thrift Day

TEZU, Oct 30: Organised by the Department of Small Savings, World Thrift Day was observed at Tezu, the headquarters of Lohit district, where the general public, extension agents of Small Savings attended. Jotho Yun, Field Publicity Officer, Department of Small

Indian troops, PLA take part in BPM

TAWANG, Oct 30: A Military Border Personnel Meeting (BPM) between the border guarding troops of Indian and Peoples’ Liberation Army was conducted today on the Chinese side at Bum-La. The Indian delegation was led by Brigadier Zubin Bhatnagar and PLA

Be sincere and disciplined, CM tells students

TAWANG, Oct 30: Chief Minister Pema Khandu has called upon the students to be sincere and disciplined. He was attending the 20th foundation day of Manjushree Vidyapith Orphanage here today. The function began with a ceremonial lighting of lamp by

Governor, CM extend greetings on Rashtriya Ekta Diwas

ITANAGAR, Oct 30: The Governor of Arunachal Pradesh, Brig (Retd) Dr B D Mishra has extended his warm greetings to the people of the State on the occasion of Rashtriya Ekta Diwas, which commemorates the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai

A special tribute to a great unifier & the maker of modern India

| Narendra MODI | The first half of 1947 was a critical period in India’s history. The end of colonial rule was certain and so was India’s partition but what was uncertain was whether there would be more than one