NAHARLAGUN- Dumping of garbage began at Karsingsa
The disposal of garbage for Naharlagun and Nirjuli township has started today thus bringing month together wait said DC ICC Prince Dhawan. The problem in the functioning of the dumping ground located at Karsingsa was suspended for months together after communication gap and misunderstanding between the land owner and other, It has been resolved in which the IMC Chief Councillor Kipa Kaku, Deputy Chief Councillor Tarh Nachung and DC ICC Capital discussed the matter to be taken up on priority for disposal of the garbage of the Naharlagun and Nirjuli township and the ground was opened today for the utility after evicting the barricade said Capital DC Prince Dhawan while talking to this daily. Dhawan however thanks the local people and land owner, IMC CC Kipa Kaku, Dy. CC Tarh Nachung, EAC Naharlagun, Nirjuli Police officers for their effort in resuming the dumping ground and their for their concern in making twin capital city clean.
CHANGLANG- Villages Inundated
Several villages under inundated in Diyun Circle of Changlang district during the first wave of flood caused by overflowing Noa Dihing River due to incessant rains. The flood breached the embankment constructed by the local people recently sweeping away two houses in Dumpani village and submerging the Buddhist temple and the primary school. The Extra Assistant Commissioner on Friday inspected the flood affected villages to take stock of the situation. He appealed to all to remain alert and to take precautionary measures to deal with any emergency situation, including for rescue operation. According to the union, the EAC has sent messages to the state government informing the current situation. It informed that more than 200 people, who were rendered homeless in flood in April last year, are still living in temporary relief camps.
ITANAGAR- Kaso appeal the building owners
Parliamentary Secretary PWD, UD etc cum local MLA Techi Kaso today appeal the local people and specially the commercial building owner to cooperate and support the capital district administration and Highway administration in construction of four lane road in capital city. He was addressing the meeting organised for discussion by commercial building and land owners of proposed four lane National Highway, (NH-415 Project)from Banderdewa to Chandra Nagar under the banner of CCCBOWA at Sidhartha Hall today. Kaso said no one is against the development and he himself is a party with the organisation but will never opposed as road will beneficial for all. Kaso said that he will always with the people in the development of state capital being the local representative and wanted that an amicable understanding for dismantling the commercial buildings is arrived among all the building owners. He appeal all not to interfere in the construction once started by the agency for smooth works progress. Capital DC said that hearing for self demolition of the commercial building was done in all administrating headquarter at Itanagar, Naharlagun and Banderdewa.
YUPIA – Training on ERONET
One day training on ERONET with all administrative officers under Papum Pare district was held under the chairmanship of Deputy Commissioner in-charge Mabi Taipodia in her conference hall on Friday. Taipodia, who also is the ERO (Hq), briefed the aims and objectives of the training and exhorted the officers to work sincerely and send data in advance for timely update. She informed that the Commission has ordered for special drive to enroll young Indian citizens in the age group of 18 to 19 years (extendable to 21 Years), which will be carried from July 1 to 31, 2017. Resource person from CEO Itanagar gave a presentation on ERONET. All important things to do during the special drive were also discussed.
ITANAGAR- Zero tolerance towards child abuse
Deputy Commissioner, capital complex, Prince Dawan on Saturday made a commitment for zero tolerance towards child abuse, child labour etc under capital complex and sought support from all citizens to make a better future for the unprivileged Children’s. He was speaking in an awareness programme being conducted to create awareness among the public about ‘Child Right’, ‘Child Abuse’ and ‘Child Policy’, organized under the active guidance of the District administration in collaboration with Itanagar Market Welfare Association (IMWA) and Child Welfare committee (CWC). While comparing a child with a tree seedling, DC stated that raising a child is similar to cultivating a tree, they have similar fundamental requirement to be taken care of like proper care, nutrients and assistance to coax out the potential that they have.“Both children and seedlings requires a solid foundation for their roots and without these basics needs, the plant nor the child could exist,” the DC added while appealing all to protect children from abuse, neglect, exploitation, and violence in their locality. Resources persons, Advocate,Oyam Binggep and Advocate cum Chairperson, CWC, Kani Nada Said that the motive behind organizing the awareness campaign is to urge citizens to raise their voices and take action when they see vulnerable children, working children being exploited, etc.
ITANAGAR- Exposer Tour for Puorik community
A group of 22 members from the Puorik community, comprising 15 boys and seven girls, will be visiting Maharashtra on an exposure tour starting June 4. The “Educational, Emotional and National Integration” tour programme and home stay in Mumbai-Goa or Mumbai-Pune has been sponsored by the Indian National Fellowship Centre, Mumbai at the initiative of Governor of Arunachal Pradesh, P B Acharya, The Governor, who is currently in New Delhi, has conveyed his best wishes to each and every member of the touring team for safe journey and successful tour. He hoped the effort will set a solid foundation for stronger association amongst the people of North Eastern region and rest of the country. Kashok Sullung, Forest Rage Officer, Bomdila is leading the team, which will visit Upanagar Shikshan Mandal (Vidyanidhi Infotech Academy), Excel Industries and Bakery, Juhu Chowpaty and beach, Veer Savarkar Memorial, Mayor Bunglow, Sanjay Gandhi National Park,Mt Mary Church, Aarey Milk Colony and ISKCON temple, and will be taken for Bombay Darshan tour from June 7 to 15, informed INFC member Pooja Kamath.
ITANAGAR- Anshu made Proud Arunachal
Everester Anshu Jamsenpa has not only made people of Arunachal Pradesh proud, but also all the people of North East and India proud with her incredible mountaineering achievement, said Governor P B Acharya and State’s First Lady Kavita Acharya when Anshu called on them at New Delhi on Saturday. Jamsenpa recently created a new record after scaling Mt Everest twice within five days. The Governor and State’s First Lady congratulated her in person and wished her good wishes for future mountaineering challenges. Amazed by her determination and willpower, they expressed hope that she would create more mountaineering records and bring fame and glory for the state, region and the country.
ITANAGAR- Poor Blood service in Arunachal
The 10th Common Review Mission (CRM) report of the National Health Mission (NHM) expressed concern about the availability of blood services in Arunachal Pradesh, particularly at the sub-district level. These report said the limited functioning of blood storage units, either due to lack of trained human resources or non-linkage with a mother blood bank. As far as the review of the ommunicable disease control programmes were concerned, though they continue to be a major public health problem, there has been a consistent decline in malaria incidence with a 40.8 percent decline in malaria-related deaths. Similar declining trends have been observed in Kala Azar.