Daily Archives: October 9, 2017

Let’s take responsibility


Let’s take responsibility

Arunachal Tourism kick-starts Paryatan Parv


ITANAGAR, Oct 8: State Tourism Dept today organized drawing and singing competition for children of Donyi Polo Mission School for the Hearing and Visually Impaired here at Chimpu as a part of its first leg of Paryatan Parv. Jeeting Sonam,

Former CM mourns death of teacher


ITANAGAR, Oct 8: Former Chief Minister Gegong Apang has expressed deep shock over the untimely demise of Rita Pangging, who breathed her last last evening. Describing late Pangging as one of the most dedicated and promising trained teachers from science

ABVP City training camp held


ITANAGAR, Oct 8: Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP), Doimukh unit organized city training camp at the Doimukh Higher Schoolauditorium on Sunday. ABVP State president & Asst Prof (DNGC) Agin Taboh gracing the inaugural session stressed that the organization should work for the society and utilization of youth

Painting cum drawing competition on child labour & child abuse held


ITANAGAR, Oct 8: The Arunachal Pradesh State Legal Services Authority in collaboration with Arunachal Pradesh Women’s Welfare Society and Women & Child Development Department toady organised a painting cum drawing competition on child labour and child abuse at GovtHigh School, DFO Colony,

SFRI organizes training on cane propagation, cultivation & management


PASIGHAT, Oct 8: The State Forest Research Institute (SFRI), Itanagar organized an awareness training on cane propagation cultivation & management at Mebo Forest Range Office under Pasighat Forest Division with their support. Dr L R Bhuyan, Systematic Botanist of SFRI said

Mein flags off skills trainees


ITANAGAR, Oct 8: Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein in a ceremony here at Banquet Hall today flagged off the candidates leaving for diploma and degree courses to TeamLease Skills University, Vadodara in Gujarat. Extending his best wishes to the candidates, he advised them to master

1st generation tribal Govt driver passes away


Correspondent PASIGHAT, Oct 8: One of the first generation tribal Govt drivers of Arunachal Pradesh, Ono Jamoh, 67, passed away on Oct 5 last at his Pasighat residence due to sudden illness. Born on 5th August 1950, Jamoh joined Govt service

CM mourns Tawang accident victims


TAWANG, Oct 8: Chief Minister Pema Khandu has expressed deep shock and grief over the death of tourists, who were on a visit to Tawang yesterday afternoon. In a tragic accident, three tourists lost their lives and four sustained grievous injuries

Guv, DCM discuss State issues


ITANAGAR, Oct 8: Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein called on Governor Brig (Retd) Dr B D Mishra at Raj Bhavan here yesterday. They discussed various persistent issues related to the State, which need to be taken up with different ministries at