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Itanagar- World Hindi Diwas celebrated
“World Hindi Diwas”, has been celebrated today, at HIM International School, Jully. Patriotic Solo Song and Group Song, Poem Recitation and Hindi Calligraphy competition was organised for the students. Students participated with full enthusiasm. Teachers recited Hindi poem and focus on the importance of Hindi. World Hindi Diwas also celebrated by the Arunachal Pradesh Hindi Sansthan in befitting manner. The programme which was organised at Hotel Todo which was attended by executive members and students of various schools of capital complex.
Aalo- Village Outreach Programme
The Yomcha Administration has almost completed one year of Village Outreach Programme in various villages under Yomcha subdivision to collect 2259 Aadhar Cards, open 583 Bank Accounts, issue 570 ST Certificates, 603 PRCs and 74 Birth certificates to the needy villagers at their doorsteps free of costs so far programme this noble programme. This outreach programme also encompasses creating awareness on cleanliness, health and hygiene, ODF, education and govt. policies and programmes. This maiden effort of has immensely benefited the poor and needy people who cannot reach Yomcha and worth emulating to bring administration nearer to the people.
Itanagar – ITB distributes books
As part of Civic Action Programme, sponsored by Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt of India, the 10th Battalion of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) Force, Kimin distributed sets of books comprising of children’s encyclopaedia, current affairs, children’s stories and English dictionary to Govt Senior Secondary School, Kimin. Commandant, 10th Bn ITBP, Shobhan Singh Rana, while distributing the books in a ceremony on Wednesday assured all kinds of help for upliftment of teaching standard and curricular activities in the school.
Pasighat- Training programme on ‘Integrated Farming System
A three days training programme on ‘Integrated Farming System for Increasing Productivity’ Pasighat concluded on wednesday. Altogether, 23 participants from 12 different villages of East Siang district participated in the training, which was inaugurated by Dr A K Pandey, Dean, College of Horticulture and Forestry, CAU, Pasighat in presence of Prof B N Hazarika, Dean, CoA. Addressing the closing function, Dr Pandey advised the participants to use their skill in integrated farming system for increasing productivity.
Palin- Palin-Koloriang road
Kra Daadi Zilla Parishad Chairperson Rido Meena appealed to the state government to restore the blocked points at Choba and Rachi streams along the Palin-Koloriang road before the onset of the monsoon. ‘The said road is considered as the lifeline for the people living in these two remote districts and failure to do timely restoration will definitely cut-off many circles of both the districts in the coming monsoon’, the ZPC said in a release.
Changlang- wildlife awareness campaign
A wildlife awareness campaign was organised by the Tangsa and Tutsa People’s Organization (TTPO) here on Wednesday.During the campaign, Changlang District Forest Officer, P Tangha emphasized on the need to create intensive awareness amongst the villagers on Wild Life Act, 1972 in order to prevent mass wildlife hunting in the subdivision. He also assured all possible support from the department to the organization in carrying out similar campaigns in the subdivision.
Ziro- Beauty of Ziro plateau
Rampant construction of RCC structures in paddy fields is gradually erasing the beauty of Ziro plateau, observed senior journalist Taro Chatung. He said, in the recent times, many RCC structures have come up in the paddy fields of Ziro plateau thereby compromising the beauty of the plateau, which has been enlisted by the UNESCO to be declared as the World Heritage Site. “If the trend continues, it is for sure that the people of Ziro will lose the ‘World Heritage Site’ from the UNESCO,” Chatung said, and added that many were also constructing rice field paths with cement.
Itanagar- pre-recruitment training
The pre-recruitment training for the proposed Army Recruitment Rally, which is scheduled to be held from 5 to 8 February, started at Indira Gandhi Park here on Wednesday. A host of Army officials are imparting the pre-recruitment training, which is being conducted jointly by the administrations of Capital Complex and Papum Pare. The coordinators from Capital Complex and Papum Pare, EACs Toko Babu and Kapter Ringu informed that of the total 40 youths that turned up on Wednesday, 28 boys among them have qualified for the pre-recruitment training.