Daily Archives: August 2, 2021

Cattle theft cases on the rise

ITANAGAR, 1 Aug: Rampant cattle theft is reportedly on the rise in Nyishi-inhabited districts like East Kameng, Pakke-Kessang and some areas in Yachuli, Yazali...

2 Covid deaths on Sunday, toll at 231

ITANAGAR, 1 Aug: The state reported two Covid-19 deaths on Sunday, taking the death toll to 231. A 45-year-old man with comorbidity from Anjaw had...

APSSB conducts CGL exam across state, 14,000 plus candidates for 53 posts

Staff Reporter ITANAGAR, 1 Aug: The Arunachal Pradesh Staff Selection Board (APSSB) conducted the combined graduate level (CGL) examination across 72 centres in 11 districts...

Democracy on a tightrope

Monday MusingIn the last one month there have been two major developments which have become a cause of worry for every right-thinking citizen of...

Tokyo Olympics: Sindhu wins badminton bronze for India

TOKYO, 1 Aug: Reigning world champion PV Sindhu on Sunday became only the second Indian and the country's first woman to win two Olympic...

CS directs govt offices to function normally during proposed bandh

ITANAGAR, 1 Aug: Chief Secretary Rajeev Verma has issued a circular directing all government offices and establishments to function normally during the proposed 24-hour...

AAPSU condemns destruction of crops, tea plantation by Assam officials

ITANAGAR, 1 Aug: The All Arunachal Pradesh Students' Union (AAPSU) has vehemently condemned the act of destroying standing crops, tea plantation and rice cultivation...

NE states’ boundaries to be demarcated though satellite imaging

NEW DELHI, 1 Aug: The Centre has decided to demarcate the boundaries of the northeastern states through satellite imaging to settle interstate boundary disputes...

Indian and Chinese armies set up hotline for Sikkim sector

NEW DELHI, 1 Aug: A hotline has been set up between the Indian and Chinese armies in the north Sikkim sector to further boost...

Nat’l Breastfeeding Week begins with awareness prog

RAGA, 1 Aug: The National Breastfeeding Week was observed at the district hospital here in Kamle district with a mass awareness programme for the...

Food processing training prog launched

MIAO, 1 Aug: Thirty participants, comprising unemployed women and members of SHGs, are taking part in a training programme on 'micro food processing and...

BJP should address snooping charges

The continued deadlock between opposition parties and the ruling BJP is disrupting the functioning of both the houses of parliament. Since the parliament convened...

I-T reduction critical

Rising Personal Debts By Shivaji Sarkar There is more to Covid-19 morbidity than meets the eye. It has led to a dreadful rise of Rs 66...