Daily Archives: April 24, 2017

Hangpan Dada Memorial Trophy : Constituency level tourney for Siang dist begins

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PANGIN, Apr 23: A constituency level football and volleyball tournament for men and women for Hangpan Dada Memorial Trophy 2016-17 for Siang district being organised by the Department of Sports started on at Rumgong yesterday with District Sports Officer in-charge

Moyong visits electric crematorium

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PASIGHAT, Apr 23: Pasighat East MLA Kaling Moyong along with PMC Chief Councillor, Deputy Chief Councillor and Councillors today inspected the ongoing works of 1st electric-cum-gas fired crematorium at the cremation ground in the town. In this regard, PMC had

4 youths arrested with drugs

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Correspondent PASIGHAT, Apr 23: In an effort to crack down on prevailing illicit drugs situation in the district, the Mebo Police with the support from the Women Against Social Evils (WASE) activists conducted a raid at Mebo, Romdum town on

Rain creates havoc in capital

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Staff REPORTER ITANAGAR, Apr 23: Torrential rain that started early on Sunday morning had created havoc in Capital Complex by damaging the national highway-415 and causing landslides in various sectors. Many portions of the national highway were seen with water

A bid to lessen road accident

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PASIGHAT, Apr 23: In a bid to generate alertness on risks involved in roads and impart lessons to drivers on traffic discipline to avoid road accidents, a week-long programme being organized by Pasighat Police led by SP Pranav Tayal commenced

State BJYM provides financial aid to landslide-affected family

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ITANAGAR, Apr 23: State BJYM president Taring Teri along with its state office bearers today visited the landslide affected family of one Biki Kiokam at A-Sector under Ward No.18 and gave some cash for their immediate relief. Landslide caused by

GoI support sought to perk up communication network

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NEW DELHI, Apr 23: In an effort to bring Arunachal Pradesh on fast track of development, Chief Minister Pema Khandu has emphasized the need to perk up the modes of transport including road, rail and air besides information technology. Khandu

Nat’l seminar concludes

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RONO HILLS, Apr 23: The three-day National Seminar on Archaeology, History, Art, Museums and Folklores of North East India which was organized by the Indian Archaeological Society, New Delhi in collaboration with Rajiv Gandhi University and National Museum Institute, New

4 of a family abused, tortured in the name of witchcraft ABKYW lodges complaint, police takes cognizance

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Maksam TAYENG PASIGHAT, Apr 23: In a shocking incident, four members of a family – including two young girls and their parents – were allegedly tortured and abused in the name of occult and witchcraft practices to elicit information about