Archive for category: Local News

  • UNESCO evinces keen interest to work in Arunachal

    UNESCO evinces keen interest to work in Arunachal

    NEW DELHI, Oct 22: In what appears to be a significant move, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) will soon roll out a pilot project in Arunachal Pradesh in the fields of education, HIV/AIDS awareness and information & communication technologies (ICT) in collaboration with the State govt […]

     
  • No compromise with quality of works: Gadi

    | Staff REPORTER | ITANAGAR, Oct 22: “There should be no compromise with the quality of work,” said PWD Minister Gojen Gadi while continuing his inspection spree of the ongoing renovation of National Highway-52A. Accompanied with a team of engineers led by PWD CE (Highway) Hage Apa, Gadi inspected the […]

     
  • Guv, CM greet people on Deepavali

    ITANAGAR, Oct 22: Governor Lt Gen (Retd) Nirbhay Sharma and Chief Minister Nabam Tuki today conveyed their hearty greetings to the people of the State on the occasion of Deepavali, the festival of lights, and expressed hope that the festivity will strengthen the emotional integration, and light the lamp of […]

     
  • ITBP team scales unnamed peak in Sikkim

    ITBP team scales unnamed peak in Sikkim

    ITANAGAR, Oct 22: A team of 23 mountaineers of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) from various units located in Arunachal Pradesh and Assam has climbed unnamed virgin peak (pt. 6212) on Oct 13 last under the leadership of Brij Mohan Singh, second-in-command. The expedition team was consisted of Kuldeep Singh as […]

     
  • It’s time to adopt a policy of zero tolerance: Taloh

    It’s time to adopt a policy of zero tolerance: Taloh

    AALO, Oct 22: Education Minister Tapang Taloh opined that the department of Education is passing through a lean time and in a position of relative vulnerability as everything is placed in a disorderly manner terming it as just a “sinking boat” carrying the fortunes of thousands of students who are […]

     
  • ‘Education Minister announces Maro Sec school upgradation’

    Itanagar, Oct 22: The Galo Students’ Union (GSU) today said in a release that Education Minister Tapang Taloh has announced upgradation of Govt Secondary School, Maro to Higher Secondary level, thus fulfilling the long-felt demand of the people of Maro and Baririjo administrative circles under Upper Subansiri district. The Minister […]

     
  • CM to launch CMUHIS on Nov 1

    Yupia, Oct 22: In view of proposed launch of Chief Minister’s Universal Health Insurance Scheme (CMUHIS) by none other than Chief Minister Nabam Tuki himself at CHC Sagalee on Nov 1 next, Health & Family Welfare Secretary Indra Mallo along with Director of Health Services Dr K Nishing, Papum Pare […]

     
  • Swachhata Rally conducted to raise public awareness

    Swachhata Rally conducted to raise public awareness

    ZIRO, Oct 22: As part of National Sanitation Campaign, the Ziro division of PHE & WS Dept today organized Swachhata Rally with the active participation of more than 200 school-going children, their teachers, Panchayat members and the members of Apatani Youth Association (AYA). During the rally – flagged off by […]

     
  • A bid to boost underutilized vegetable crops of NEH region

    PASIGHAT, Oct 22: The Department of Vegetable Science, College of Horticulture and Forestry, Central Agricultural University, Pasighat conducted a 21 days winter school training programme that ended yesterday. The main objective of the programme was to focus on nutritional and medicinal importance of underutilized vegetables of the NEH region. Apart […]

     
  • ‘Introduction of fish culture may make state self-sufficient in fish production’

    ITANAGAR, Oct 21: Fisheries Commissioner Huzar Lollen visited the Fisheries and Aquatic Ecology laboratory of department of Zoology, Rajiv Gandhi University yesterday and interacted with Prof D N Das, Dean, Faculties of Sciences, Engineering & IT who has been working in the fisheries sector of the state relentlessly since last […]

     
 
 

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