Archive for category: Local News

  • APPSCCE (Mains) deferred; candidates  for removal of Commission members

    APPSCCE (Mains) deferred; candidates for removal of Commission members

    | Staff REPORTER | ITANAGAR, Sept 16: The Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) has deferred the APPSCCE (Mains) 2013-14 scheduled from Sept 13 to 20 till further order. This decision was taken in an emergency meeting held here today after the allegations of leakage/duplicity of General Studies Paper-II from […]

     
  • Schoolteacher arrested on charges of molestation, sexual harassment

    | Staff REPORTER | ITANAGAR, Sep 16: The Aalo Police has arrested a schoolteacher on charges of molesting and sexually harassing the under-age girl students he teaches in a leading residential school at Aalo, the headquarters of West Siang district. The “shocking” incident that purportedly occurred at the private-run Saint […]

     
  • NSTFDC inks MoU with APSCABL

    NSTFDC inks MoU with APSCABL

    ITANAGAR, Sep 16: The National Scheduled Tribe Finance & Development Corporation (NSTFDC), a govt of India undertaking under the Ministry of Tribal Affairs has inked a memorandum of undertaking (MoU) with the Arunachal Pradesh State Cooperative Apex Bank Limited (APSCABL), appointing the later as additional channelizing agent for various scheduled […]

     
  • APCTA declares pen-down strike, demands action

    APCTA declares pen-down strike, demands action

    ITANAGAR, Sep 16: The Arunachal Pradesh College Teachers’ Association (APCTA) today declared indefinite pen down strike against the alleged assault on faculty members of Dera Natung Govt College during the recently concluded students’ union election and also ‘repeated’ attack on teachers in colleges of the state. The decision was taken […]

     
  • 3 more arrested in Chako murder case

    ITANAGAR, Sep 16: The city police has arrested three more persons accused in the K P Chako abduction cum killing case, taking the total number of arrests into the Naharlagun trader’s sensational murder case to seven, claimed Capital SP Seju P Kuruvilla in a release here. He informed that in […]

     
  • On Engineers Day, Tuki encourages them to keep on serving State

    On Engineers Day, Tuki encourages them to keep on serving State

    ITANAGAR, Sep 16: Chief Minister Nabam Tuki, while extending its gratitude to engineering fraternity for their contributions in State-building over the years, asked them to maintain the same rhythm and not to leave any room for public complaint. Underlining their importance in the development of a State, Tuki said: “No […]

     
  • Day-long training on apiculture held

    Day-long training on apiculture held

    PASIGHAT, Sep 16: To encourage the community to take up beekeeping on commercial basis and help them raise their standard of living along with preservation of environment, a day-long training programme on apiculture was organized by ADO Miram Perme at Mongku village dere (community hall). About 70 progressive farmers from […]

     
  • Training on ‘integrated farming system’ concludes

    Training on ‘integrated farming system’ concludes

    ITANAGAR, Sep 16: A two days training programme on ‘integrated farming system’, organized by the Krishi Vigyan Kendra, West Kameng, Dirang for grass root level extension functionaries of line departments came to a successful conclusion at the DC’s conference hall, Bomdilla on September 13 last. The programme covered valuable lectures […]

     
  • Farmers get training on four different topics

    Farmers get training on four different topics

    ZIRO, Sep 16: Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Lower Subansiri district today organized a training programme on four different subjects at Manipolyang village with the subject matter specialists of four different disciplines imparting training to farmers. Beginning the programme, Yowa Nunu, SMS (agronomy) provided training to farmers on ‘Method of preparation and […]

     
  • ‘Rising’ crime against women & children: Protesters take to Aalo streets

    ‘Rising’ crime against women & children: Protesters take to Aalo streets

    AALO, Sep 16: A good number of women including girl students and members of various organizations today took to the streets in this district HQs town to protest the “growing” crimes against women and children including the recent “brutal” rape and murder of a 35-year-old lady in a West Siang […]

     
 
 

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