Thursday, January 18, 2018

Medical college academic session to be delayed as MCI denies approval...

ITANAGAR, Jan 17: The Tomo Riba Institute of Health and Medical Sciences (TRIHMS) authorities have suffered a setback in its plan to start the session of the TRIHMS Medical College from August this year as the Medical Council of India (MCI) did not give its approval to the authorities...

Endangered vulture species re-recorded in DEMWS

PASIGHAT, Jan 17: Three critically endangered vulture species were re-recorded in the Daying Ering Memorial...

Govt official alleges fraud by bank employee

NAHARLAGUN, Jan 17: One Prafulla Bhuyan, claiming to be the Sales Officer of the Naharlagun...

All wards under IMC get sanitation vehicle

ITANAGAR, Jan 17: Sixteen new sanitation vehicles for Itanagar Municipal Council (IMC) were distributed among...

Breach of agreement alleged

ITANAGAR, Jan 17: Lekhi Panchayat ISBT Transport Welfare Committee has lodged a complaint with Parliamentary...

Family reiterates demand for CBI inquiry into Pinch’s death

ITANAGAR, Jan 17: Dissatisfied with the SIT probe into the death of former Doimukh MLA...

One NSCN cadre arrested

KOHIMA, Jan 17: Bishnu Bhujel, a Self Styled Sergeant Major of the NSCN (K) was...

Appoint regular NERIST Director: AAPSU

ITANAGAR, Jan 17: The All Arunachal Pradesh Students' Union (AAPSU) has urged the Union and...

One arrested for alleged extortion

CHANGLANG, Jan 17: The Changlang unit police from Namtok arrested a cadre identified as SS...

14-yr-old student clinches state chess title

ITANAGAR, Jan 17: Tadam Dupit, a class X student, clinched the 'State Classical Chess Championship...

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Correct the mistake

Dear Editor, Through the column of your esteemed daily newspaper, I would like to request the...

Need of better transportation facilities

Dear Editor, In the editorial titled " Speed up airport project ", the writer has correctly...

APTET results

Dear Editor, APTET results are out, here again I doubt the fairness of the whole procedure....

Comedy of errors

Dear Editor, When the judges become noisy plaintiffs, who will deliver the judgment? This was the...

Expedite recruitment

Dear Editor, I would like to draw the kind attention of the APPSC to expedite the...

Appoint Director

Dear Editor, Through your esteemed daily, i would like to draw the attention of concerned department...

No one is enemy

The visit of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to India comes amidst the growing chorus...

Good riddance

The decision of Centre to abolish Haj subsidy from this year onwards following the Supreme...

Tourism and Parshuram kund

The holy site of Parshuram Kund reported over 25, 000 visitors this year during Makar...

World to be riskier place in 2018: WEF Survey

London, Jan 17 (PTI): The world will see risks related to environment, economy and international relations intensify this year with a majority of stakeholders expecting political or economic confrontations between major powers to worsen, a new survey showed today. Referring to contentious issues between various nations, the World Economic Forum...

Man injured in Mizoram blast

Aizawl, Jan 17 (PTI) A 26-year-old man was injured in a blast in the jungles of southern Mizoram's Lawngtlai district, along the India-Myanmar border, on Monday, an official statement of the Assam Rifles said today. Lawngtlai district police identified the injured as Jitua Tongchangya, a Chakma community member of Bangdukbanga...

Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu Describes Mahatma Gandhi as “Humanity’s Great Prophet”

AHMEDABAD, Jan 17 (PTI): Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today described Mahatma Gandhi as one of the great prophets of humanity. Mr Netanyahu arrived here this morning and held a grand roadshow along with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi before visiting the Sabarmati Ashram, the abode of Mahatma Gandhi for...

Pleasing to beat visitors in ‘Indian’ conditions: Du Plessis

CENTURION, Jan 17: South African skipper Faf du Plessis has revealed that the 2015 series loss in India on raging turners motivated their team to win the series in Centurion, on a pitch that "should have suited the visitors more". The hosts won the second Test by 135 runs on...