Daily Archives: November 4, 2018

Arunachal Scouts personnel vandalize PS, PWD office

Staff Reporter BOMDILA, Nov 3: The 2nd Arunachal Scouts (AS) personnel stationed in West Kameng HQ Bomdila went rogue and vandalized the police station (PS)...

Committee’s compromising RGU compound wall led to encroachment: Report

Staff Reporter ITANAGAR, Nov 3: The status report on land encroachment cases in Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU) has revealed that encroachment occurred due to negligence...

Gill suffers a defeat, still grabs lead on first day of Rally of Arunachal

ITANAGAR, Nov 3: Three-time APRC champion Gaurav Gill recovered from a tyre puncture and only his second-stage defeat this season to surge into the...

Tezu to have civilian airport soon: CM

TEZU, Nov 3: Tender has been floated for operationalizing the state's first civilian airport here in Lohit district "and two private airlines will soon...

Governor advocates unified efforts to protect environment

RONO HILLS, Nov 3: Governor BD Mishra called for unified efforts of the world community in conservation and protection of natural environment. Addressing the valedictory...

Seminar on challenges to policing

DCM emphasizes on upgrading police dept ITANAGAR, Nov 3: A seminar on 'Challenges of policing in Arunachal Pradesh' was held at the legislative assembly building...

Hello, November!

Flights Of FantasyA very warm welcome to the readers to the cool and pleasant month of November! The previous month was marked by good and...

Use of 2G technology in Arunachal, Assam: SC asks BSNL to file reply

NEW DELHI, Nov 3: The Supreme Court on Friday directed Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) to file within two weeks its response on a...

‘Chakmas, Hajongs not entitled to refugee benefits’

DIYUN, Nov 3: Changlang-based Chakma Rights and Development Organization said the Chakma and Hajong refugees in the state are not entitled to any refugee...

CoSAAP defers non-cooperation movement

ITANAGAR, Nov 3: The Confederation of Service Associations of Arunachal Pradesh (CoSAAP) said on Saturday that it has "deferred the third phase of its...

Collapsing culvert point yet to be restored

Staff Reporter ITANAGAR, Nov 3: The nearly collapsing culvert point near the ESS Sector tri-junction here is yet to see any repair work despite...

Vehicles seized during surprise checks

ITANAGAR, Nov 3: A team from the capital complex district administration, comprising AMDO Tapong Ekke and mineral guards Techi Laniang and Tok Prem Camder...

Journalists discuss challenges from digital media

Staff Reporter BANGKOK (Thailand), Nov 3: The International Federation of Journalists Asia Pacific (IFJ-AP) has expressed concern over the growing challenges from the digital media...

Jamsenpa receives ‘environmental ambassador’ award

GUWAHATI, Nov 3: Everester Anshu Jamsenpa has been conferred the 'Eastern Himalayan global environmental ambassador' award instituted by the Balipara Foundation. The award was conferred...

Vigilance Awareness Week observed

ITANAGAR, Nov 3: The GB Pant National Institute of Himalayan Environment & Sustainable Development's (GBPNIHESD) Northeast regional centre here observed Vigilance Awareness Week from...

Demand to include Leporiang in Pakke-Kessang opposed

ITANAGAR, Nov 3: The All Pakke-Kessang Pijeriang Dissing Passo Seijosa Students' Union (APPDSSU) has opposed the proposal to include Leporiang circle of Papum Pare...

SCC’s ‘Resonance 18’ concludes

ZIRO, Nov 3: 'Resonance 18', the annual art, literary, cultural, games and sports competitions of St Claret College (SCC) here in Lower Subansiri district...

Entrepreneurship training imparted

ROING, Nov 3: The three-month first batch 'beauty-preneurship' course organised here in Lower Dibang Valley district by NGO AMYAA concluded with the distribution of...

Avenue plantation organised

DEOMALI, Nov 3: An avenue plantation was carried out at Nutunkheti village in Deomali circle of Tirap district on Saturday. Arecanut saplings were planted along...

‘Statue of Unity’ built to divide nation: APCC

ITANAGAR, Nov 3: The Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying the 'Statue of Unity' in Gujarat...