Civil society contributing to rising crimes: Byaling
‘Neither me nor police are jadugars’
By Staff Reporter
ITANAGAR, Sep 01: Admitting that there was rise in law and order problems, Home Minister Tanga Byaling today squarely blamed the civil society for the situation, but did not accept the blame for the GoAP.
If one analyses, the complexity of the civil society ....Read more
Policy prospective JNNSM
Currently in the whole country, people understand the importance of electricity. All most all state in India are move through the optimal use and the scarcity is heating hand. Therefore the demand for judicious use and consumption is certainly wanted by the governance. With demand of electricity grooming by leaps and bounds throughout the country, distribution utilities are finding it difficult to manage the peak demand of their particular areas resulting in severe electricity shortages. In order to address this sh ....Read more
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When lawmakers turn lawbreakers…?
Beyond the Horizon
By Pradeep Kumar
“Who will rule the rulers?” is a question which would perhaps smack any correct reply.
The verdict of the Supreme Court on August 27, 2014 that “chargesheeted persons facing trial for offences involving moral turpitude should not be inducted as Ministers either at the Centre ....Read more
Rengging village lifts Solung trophy-2014
From Maksam Tayeng
PASIGHAT, Sep 01: Rengging village lifted the trophy Solung football trophy-2014 by defeating defending champion Mirem village in a nail biting final match held here on Sunday.
Rengging village defeated Mirem village in the sudden death stage after both the team equalized 2-2 and failed to score ....Read more
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Hike sports job quota
On behalf of the All Arunachal Sports Youths Association I would like to appeal to chief minister to increase sports quota from 5% to 10%.
While most of the meritorious students stick to their books preparing for various examinations, there are few who are out in the open during sunny and rainy days sweating out to excel in their chosen games and sports. They are the ones who make us proud when they brought laurels to the state and the nation by winning medals. But we hardly remember them afte ....Read more
Solung festival of the Adis
From Tani Jongkey
In the beginning, Solung was a ritual festival only but with the advent of modernity it is gradually turning to be a merry making festival with addition of new items every year to make it more colourful and enjoyable. The actual concept of any festival was basically for the wellbeing of domesticated animals, harvesting bumper crops, all-round prosperity and for the wellbeing of humanity with ritualistic approach. But today, the growing up generations appears to have totally forgotten the ritual ....Read more