Daily Archives: November 7, 2016

Chhath Puja celebrated with gaiety

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ITANAGAR, Nov 6: Going with rest of the country and abroad, Chhath Puja, an ancient Hindu Vedic festival, was celebrated by the devotees especially from Bihar, UP and Nepal living in the State. The celebration of the festival started this

Mr Arunachal 2016: Konia crowned Champion of Championship, again

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ITANAGAR, Nov 6: Junior Mr India title holder Nishu Konia once again won the Champion of Championship title and got crowned Mr Arunachal-2016, while Nabam Abo and Mammon L Goney won the 1st and 2nd runner-up spots. Konia won Gold

Curtains of 5th State level Indigenous Youth Festival drawn

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TEZU, Nov 6: The curtains of the 5th State level Indigenous Youth Festival, a three-day event, were drawn here today with much fanfare and enthusiasm. Gracing the closing ceremony, Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein said, “Let us inculcate the indigenous

Pan-Arunachal identity marks conclusion of Buddha Mahotsava

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BOMDILA, Nov 6: The cultural extravagant and colorful ramp walk showcasing the diverse culture of the State marked the closing ceremony of the three-day-long Buddha Mahotsava 2016 here this evening. The ramp walk was presented by the head of departments

APYC decries Rahul Gandhi’s detention

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ITANAGAR, Nov 6: The Arunachal Pradesh Youth Congress (APYC), which had its two-day State executive body meeting at Tawang on Nov 5 & 6, strongly condemned the “illegal” detention of Rahul Gandhi “for supporting the victim of OROP”. The Congress

DDE constituent clans come under one umbrella

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| Correspondent | PASIGHAT, Nov 6: A ‘landmark’ resolution was adopted by Doming-Doruk Erang (DDE) for a better unity among its constituent clans like Rukbo, Mengu, Mekir, Yommin, Yompang, Taknyo and Boring during their general conference (Nov 3-6) held at

Legal awareness program concludes

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TAWANG, Nov 6: A two days legal awareness programme on polygamy and compulsory registration of marriage, domestic violence, child labour, sexual harassment at workplace and free legal aid, Maternity Benefit Act 1961, livelihood and women related law concluded at Zomkhang

North East Festival comes to a successful close

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NEW DELHI, Nov 6: The 4th North East Festival came to a successful close here today as a group of performers from Assam enthralled the audience at the concluding day of the three-day event with 500 years old Ankia Bhaona

Respect each other, Aboh tells students

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SEPPA, Nov 6: Parliamentary Secretary for Geology & Mining Tirong Aboh has appealed the students of Govt Model College Wessang (Seppa) to maintain cordial relations with its lecturers for smooth running of the college and its academic session. Attending the

Meder Nello not a religion but a way of life: Lollen

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ZIRO, Nov 6: Meder Nello is not a religion but a way of life, passed on by our ancestors, said Kemo Lollen, Deputy Commissioner, Lower Subansiri district while participating in the 10th Foundation Day celebration of Kalung Danyi Piilo Meder