Daily Archives: August 3, 2017

The COWTM

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The COWTM

AR launches ‘Magic Monsoon’ drive

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CHANGLANG, Aug 2: In the wake of the monsoon, the Changlang Battalion of Assam Rifles under the aegis of DAO Division in conjunction with DHFL Pramerica Co Ltd launched the “Magic Monsoon” drive. This combined civil-military initiative is dedicated to the

Him International students bring laurels

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ITANAGAR, Aug 2: Seven students from Him International School, Itanagar have brought laurels by winning as many medals, including two gold, one silver and four bronze in the 3rd International Open Karate Championship-2017, organized by All India Seishinkai Shito-Ryu Karate-Do Federation

PM says right choices can rid evils like corruption, casteism

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New Delhi, Aug 2: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that if people resolved to make the right choices evils such as corruption, casteism, drug-abuse and crime could be overcome. Modi, who was addressing via video conference on the occasion

Nadda flags off relief for flood affected families in Assam, Manipur, Gujarat

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New Delhi, Aug 2: Union Health and Family Welfare Minister and Chairman of the Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS) J P Nadda today flagged off relief materials worth around Rs 3.15 crore to the flood affected families in Assam, Manipur

DC holds meet on I-Day celebration

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SEPPA, Aug 2: East Kameng DC Rajeev Takuk today had a meeting with all HoDs here at Kameng Hall to chalk out a plan for celebration of the upcoming Independence Day in the district. Speaking on the occasion, the DC

‘Lend hands to make the newly launched schemes a success’

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TAWANG, Aug 2: A sensitization programme on the newly launched schemes – Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Swavalamban Yojana, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Bunkar Yojana and Chief Minister’s Krishi Rinn Yojana for the unemployed youths, women weavers and farmers of Tawang district was

Concerned at recent murder, GPF urges for early breakthrough

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ITANAGAR, Aug 2: In an executive meeting today, the Galo People’s Front (GPF) expressed its grave concern on the alleged murder of Migrik Lomi and urged for early breakthrough in the murder case. Claiming that the incident at Lekhi village

Public urged not to venture into river

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YINGKIKONG, Aug 2: Upper Siang District Magistrate Remo Kamki, in an order, discouraged public of the district from venturing into the river or streams for fishing, bathing & rafting through locally made materials and other activities in the river during

World Breastfeeding Week

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ITANAGAR, Aug 2: Joining the rest of the world in celebrating the World Breastfeeding Week (August 1-7) themed “Sustaining Breastfeeding Together”, Urban ICDS Project, Itanagar in collaboration with Community Food and Nutrition Extension Unit (CFNEU), Ministry of Women & Child