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Govt shunts out APSSB officers, 2 arrested in OMR sheet issue ; The guilty won t be spared: CM

ITANAGAR, FEB 18: A day after angry Arunachal Pradesh Staff Selection Board (APSSB) LDC/JSA aspirants took out a protest rally against the APSSB alleging inconsistency and malpractice, Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar in an order today shunted out APSSB chairman A C Verma, Member G S Meena, Secretary S K Jain, Joint Secretary Tamune Miso, Under Secretary Kapter Ringu relieving them of their duties with immediate effect . More ...
 

All-party legislative meet to discuss state panchayat elections

ITANAGAR, FEB 18: An all-party legislative meet has been convened on Wednesday to discuss whether to conduct the State Panchayat elections based on party lines or not, informed Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Tuesday.

APRB urged to open branch in Monigong-Pidi block

ITANAGAR, FEB 18: State Legislative Assembly Speaker Pasang D Sona on Tuesday discussed with the officials of Arunachal Pradesh Rural Bank (APRB) regarding opening of a rural bank branch in Monigong-Pidi administrative block in Shi-Yomi district.

Shah to take part in Statehood Day function

NEW DELHI, FEB 18: Union Home Minister Amit Shah will visit Arunachal Pradesh on Thursday to attend the 34th Statehood Day function and launch a number of projects related to industry and roads, officials said.

CM hands over PELs of 3 exploration blocks

ITANAGAR, FEB 18: Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Tuesday handed over the Petroleum Exploration Licenses (PELs) to Vedanta Limited for exploration of hydrocarbon resources in three exploration blocks in Arunachal Pradesh.

SAD camp organized

YACHULI, FEB 18: Around 456 persons benefitted from the medical camp organized at Dem village under Yachuli Circle as part of the Sarkar Aapke Dwar (SAD) camp organized by the district administration led by ADC Yachuli J T Obi today.

SAD camp organized

YACHULI, FEB 18: Around 456 persons benefitted from the medical camp organized at Dem village under Yachuli Circle as part of the Sarkar Aapke Dwar (SAD) camp organized by the district administration led by ADC Yachuli J T Obi today.

SAD camp organized

YACHULI, FEB 18: Around 456 persons benefitted from the medical camp organized at Dem village under Yachuli Circle as part of the Sarkar Aapke Dwar (SAD) camp organized by the district administration led by ADC Yachuli J T Obi today.

Talk on youths at DNGC

ITANAGAR, FEB 18: Ms Taba Rosy, Member of National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR), Govt of India, New Delhi delivered a talk on Youth and their Contribution: Opportunities and Challenges here at Dera Natung Government College (DNGC), Itanagar today where she highlighted the scopes and opportunities as well as challenges for the youths in contributing to the society.

Talk on youths at DNGC

ITANAGAR, FEB 18: Ms Taba Rosy, Member of National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR), Govt of India, New Delhi delivered a talk on Youth and their Contribution: Opportunities and Challenges here at Dera Natung Government College (DNGC), Itanagar today where she highlighted the scopes and opportunities as well as challenges for the youths in contributing to the society.

Talk on youths at DNGC

ITANAGAR, FEB 18: Ms Taba Rosy, Member of National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR), Govt of India, New Delhi delivered a talk on Youth and their Contribution: Opportunities and Challenges here at Dera Natung Government College (DNGC), Itanagar today where she highlighted the scopes and opportunities as well as challenges for the youths in contributing to the society.

AP&BG suspends its protest

ITANAGAR, FEB 18: Following a positive response from the state government, the Arunachal Publishers & Broadcasters Guild (AP&BG) has temporarily suspended its protest.

AP&BG suspends its protest

ITANAGAR, FEB 18: Following a positive response from the state government, the Arunachal Publishers & Broadcasters Guild (AP&BG) has temporarily suspended its protest.

AP&BG suspends its protest

ITANAGAR, FEB 18: Following a positive response from the state government, the Arunachal Publishers & Broadcasters Guild (AP&BG) has temporarily suspended its protest.

Katu Yomcha wins 2 silver at 8th World Strengthlifting C ship

ITANAGAR, FEB 18: Arunachal Pradesh s Katu Yomcha has bagged 2 silver medals in the 8th World Strengthlifting and Incline Bench Press Championship-2020 held at Bangkok, Thailand. Yomcha had participated in the 72 kg weight category.

12 SHGs congregate for Siang Ane Gidum

AALO, FEB 18: Altogether 2000 participants from twelve Self Help Groups (SHGs) representing women folk from various blocks like Riga, Ruksin, Mebo, Basar, Aalo East, Aalo West, Geku, Boleng, Pangin, Jenging, Rumgong and Yinkiong congregated for Siang Ane Gidum at Darka village on Monday.

Workshop on PC&PNDT Act held

ITANAGAR, FEB 18: The Directorate of Family Welfare organized one day capacity building-cum-sensitization workshop on Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (PC&PNDT) Act, 1994 for the District Appropriate Authority -cum - DMOs and DEOs today.

Workshop on PC&PNDT Act held

ITANAGAR, FEB 18: The Directorate of Family Welfare organized one day capacity building-cum-sensitization workshop on Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (PC&PNDT) Act, 1994 for the District Appropriate Authority -cum - DMOs and DEOs today.

Assam panel to probe police suicides

GUWAHATI, FEB 18: A day after a security guard at the official residence of Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal committed suicide, the Assam government on Monday formed a committee to study reasons behind the increase in such cases among the state personnel.

Assam panel to probe police suicides

GUWAHATI, FEB 18: A day after a security guard at the official residence of Assam chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal committed suicide, the Assam government on Monday formed a committee to study reasons behind the increase in such cases among the state personnel.

Central panel recommends 2/3rd quota for indigenous people in Assam Assembly

NEW DELHI, FEB 18: A Home Ministry-appointed committee has recommended that two-third seats in the Assam Assembly should be reserved for the indigenous people of the state and 1951 should be the cut-off year to define the local population, sources said on Monday.

India score poor again

India s poor score in the World Economic Forum s (WEF) Global Social Mobility Index is not surprising as the country has also fared badly in many other indices that measure social and economic status and conditions of people. India is ranked 76th out of 82 nations in the index, which is a measure of a person s ability and chances to lead a better life than his or her parents life. The main determinants of the index are health, education, technology access, work opportunities, working conditions, fair wages and social protection and inclusive institutions. While Nordic countries lead the table, India s poor consolation may be that Pakistan is placed three positions lower than it.

Officials trained for Census

ZIRO, FEB 18: The two day training programme on house listing and housing census and updation of NPR for District and Census Charge officers of Lower Subansiri and Kamle districts concluded today at DC Conference hall, Hapoli today.

APSCW seeks free education, job reservation for women

ITANAGAR, FEB 18: The Arunachal Pradesh State Commission for Women (APSCW) has suggested the state government to introduce and implement 33 percent job reservation in government sector in the state.

Govt shunts out APSSB officers, 2 arrested in OMR sheet issue ; The guilty won t be spared: CM

ITANAGAR, FEB 18: A day after angry Arunachal Pradesh Staff Selection Board (APSSB) LDC/JSA aspirants took out a protest rally against the APSSB alleging inconsistency and malpractice, Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar in an order today shunted out APSSB chairman A C Verma, Member G S Meena, Secretary S K Jain, Joint Secretary Tamune Miso, Under Secretary Kapter Ringu relieving them of their duties with immediate effect .

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