Daily Archives: November 18, 2019

Govt will never act against interests of indigenous people: CM on CAB

ITANAGAR, Nov 17: Chief Minister Pema Khandu said his government will never work against the interests of the indigenous people of the state, and...

China objects to def min’s visit to Arunachal

BEIJING, Nov 17: China on Friday objected to the visit of Defence Minister Rajnath Singh to Arunachal, saying the Chinese government never acknowledged the...

Be partner in development of the state: Khandu

National Press Day celebrated NAMSAI, Nov 17: National Press Day (NPD) was celebrated here on 16 November with the participants remembering the contributions of...

CM for discussion on party-less panchayat election

NAMSAI, Nov 17: Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Saturday urged the state's media community to organise an event to discuss if the panchayat polls...

NESO to hold protest marches against CAB in all NE states

GUWAHATI, Nov 17: The North East Students' Organisation (NESO) on Sunday announced that it will hold protest marches against the proposed citizenship amendment bill...

Bus involved in hit-and-run seized, driver nabbed

Correspondent ROING, Nov 17: The police here in Lower Dibang Valley district have seized a police bus (AR-01G-4067) which was involved in a hit-and-run case...

An adventure of the modern times

Monday MusingThe enthusiasm among my fellows over the National Press Day celebration this year took me back to the days as a journalist new...

RGU rolls back fee enhancement

RONO HILLS, Nov 17: The Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU) administration has decided to completely roll back the enhancement of examination fees of both postgraduate...

Hardcore ULFA (I) militant arrested

ITANAGAR, Nov 17: Dealing a major blow to the banned militant outfit, the United Liberation Front of Asom-I or ULFA (I), the state police...

Naga Hoho calls for unity

KOHIMA, Nov 17: Naga Hoho, the apex body of tribal organisations in Nagaland, on Sunday urged all political groups to come together, leaving aside...

MLAs seek innovative ideas for P/Pare’s development

YUPIA, Nov 17: Former chief minister and Sagalee MLA Nabam Tuki urged the officers of Papum Pare district to "come up with innovative ideas...

NABARD’s PLP for Anjaw launched

HAWAI, Nov 17: Deputy Commissioner Dagbom Riba launched the potential linked credit plan (2020-21) for Anjaw district, prepared by the NABARD, here on Friday. The...

Assn adopts government schools

HONG, Nov 17: The All Hong Employees' and Pensioners' Welfare Association has adopted the government secondary school in Hong and the government residential school...

Dist bandh deferred

ZIRO, Nov 17: The All Lower Subansiri District Students' Union has deferred its proposed 36-hour district bandh, which had been scheduled to be imposed...

Dental health programme organised

BALIJAN, Nov 17: As many as 317 students underwent oral screening and received treatment during the second phase of the 'school dental health programme'...

Rajnath Singh inaugurates Sisseri bridge, calls for bolstering border infrastructure in NE

PASIGHAT, Nov 17: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh has called for bolstering border infrastructure in the Northeast, saying national security is the government's topmost priority. He...

Gov calls for timely fund allocation

ITANAGAR, Nov 17: Governor BD Mishra has emphasized on timely allocation of fund to the departments concerned for carrying out developmental works, "in order...

Legal awareness prog held

ANINI, Nov 17: The Arunachal Pradesh State Commission for Women (APSCW) conducted legal awareness programmes at Anini and Etalin, in collaboration with the Dibang...

Industrial revolution in the NE

Flights Of FantasyNortheast India and Arunachal Pradesh have a negligible number of industries compared to the rest of India. Since industrial production is minimal,...

Community leaders must strengthen peace, tranquillity in Arunachal: Governor

ITANAGAR, Nov 17: Governor BD Mishra advised the leaders of the Adi Baane Kebang (ABK) to "put in best efforts to strengthen peace and...