Daily Archives: November 3, 2016

Students asked to take sports as a career option


DOIMUKH, Nov 2: Parliamentary Secretary for Home Pani Taram today exhorted the students’ community to take sports as a career option alongwith the normal education. Taram was addressing the students and teaching staff of recently upgraded Mani Secondary School in

On a surprise inspection


ITANAGAR, Nov 2: Home Minister today made a surprise inspection of police infrastructures at the Arunachal Pradesh Police Bn headquarters at Chimpu here. During the inspection, the Minister took stock of the police barracks and the works being undertaken by

250-bedded hospital to be handed over to TRSH


ITANAGAR, Nov 2: M/s Kenge Construction Co, the construction agency for 250-bedded hospital, is going to hand over the same to the authority of Tomo Riba State Hospital (TRSH) on November 5 next, said an official release. In this connection,

3-day maths workshop


ITANAGAR, Nov 2: The Department of Mathematics, Rajiv Gandhi University is organizing a three-day workshop (WEMST-16) for school teachers at the University campus from Nov 3 to 5 next. The workshop aims to provide the participants an opportunity to examine,

‘True empowerment of women is still awaited’


PASIGHAT, Nov 2: Associate Professor Dr Priyanka Priyadarshani of Women Cell of Jawaharlal Nehru College (JNC), Pasighat in collaboration with IQAC of the college and East Siang ABK (WW) organized an outreach programme on ‘Women Empowerment: Challenges Ahead with reference

Gorik Dirchi retires from service


ITANAGAR, Nov 2: The officers and staff of the Department of Legal Metrology & Consumer Affairs bade farewell to Controller, Legal Metrology cum Director, Consumer Affairs, Gorik Dirchi, who retired on October 31 last on attaining the age of superannuation.

AKDDSU demands probe into bridge collapse incident


ITANAGAR, Nov 2: The All Kra Daadi District Students’ Union (AKDDSU) has strongly condemned the Public Works Department, Kra Daadi for the accident after a log bridge collapsed between Palin and Chambang, and demanded a probe into the terrible incident.

Congress stages peaceful dharna


ITANAGAR, Nov 2: The Congress workers and leaders led by their president Padi Richo today staged a peaceful dharna in front of the entry gate of the State Civil Secretariat here in protest against alleged dilly-dallying tactics by the PPA-BJP

Legal awareness program begins at Rupa


BOMDILA, Nov 2: A two days legal awareness programme organized by the Arunachal Pradesh State Commission for Women (APSCW) on bonded labour and child labour, sexual harassment at workplace, domestic violence and free legal aid, child and forced marriage, compulsory

Private universities asked to firmly follow UGC/AICTE norms


ITANAGAR, Nov 2: The seven private universities of the state have been asked to be strictly guided by UGC/AICTE norms in their functioning. This decision was taken during the review of the functioning of the private universities under the chairmanship