Archive for April 8th, 2013

  • CM launches BBK convention-cum-mega festival

    CM launches BBK convention-cum-mega festival

    PASIGHAT, Apr 8: A BBK convention-cum-mega festival got off to a spectacular start today with Chief Minister Nabam Tuki formally inaugurating the gala event. Aside from the inauguration of BBK (Bogong Banggo Kebang) logo and double-storeyed building of Balek HS School, putting up of exhibition stalls and cultural presentations depicting […]

  • Parents, experts brainstorm on child’s education

    Parents, experts brainstorm on child’s education

    ROING, Apr 8: About 100 parents and students gathered at Anchal Samity Hall here on Sunday to take part in the awareness programme, ‘parental awareness and children’s education in Mishmi society’, organized by Mishmi Scholars Association (MSA) in collaboration with Enjalumenda Women’s Empowerment Forum (EMWEF). The need for such an […]

  • ‘Step-Up’ on Beauty Culture & Hair Dressing

    ‘Step-Up’ on Beauty Culture & Hair Dressing

    AALO, Apr 8: A skill development training programme called ‘Skill Training for Employment Promotion amongst Urban Poor (STEP-UP)’ on Beauty Culture and Hair Dressing, conducted by District Urban Development Agency (DUDA), West Siang was held at Gorgeous Beauty Parlor cum Training Institute here on April 7. The training programme, organized […]

  • More local news

    NCP decides to go alone in PR, Municipality polls ITANAGAR, Apr 8: Unlike Maharashtra Municipality and Panchayat elections where there is ‘healthy’ alliance between NCP and INC, the Arunachal Pradesh NCP has decided not to go for pre-poll alliance with the ruling party following the “wholesale” merger of all five […]


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