Arunachal- State News in Brief, 13th December 2017


Itanagar- Guardian Angel School celebrates food fest-2017

Guardian Angel School celebrated food fest-2017. Several class students  converted into teams of different groups and is a unique idea as the school organised the food festival which give the students to be a innovative and get engagement with parents at home, said Additional district Magistrate and Chief Estate Officer Talo Potom, while addressing the students on the occasion. Food stall ‘ food for life’ win the first, ‘mother & Kinds at second while Kitchen Cousine remain at third and the prizes were given away the dignitaries present on the occasion.

Bomdila- Sajolang Students’ Union celebrating silver jubilee 

All Sajolang Students’ Union is celebrating its silver jubilee from 7th to 21st December at Bomdila. Sports events which include football,  volley ball men and women,  local games,  are comme from 7th December. Today on 12th December, football Tournament was concluded, in this tournament about 9 teams were participated, Bomdila FC thrashed United FCB by 3-0. Final match of the said tournament was witnessed by Executive Engineer WRD Shri Michi Bida and President Sajolang Elite Society Shri Johny Miji as Chief Guest and Guest of Honour.

Pasighat- Notes Adi singer Ponung Aabang passed away 

Noted Adi traditional Ponung Aabang singer and HGB of Bomi village, Mariyang Soso Pertin, died on Monday at the age of 97 years. Hailing from Damro village, he had started his career in singing Solung Ponung Aabang in 1957, and continued till 2017. His narration of Aabang has been aired several times by the Pasighat AIR station. He is survived by three daughters and two sons. His mortal remains have been laid to rest.

Itanagar- Khandu condoled the demise of Walle Bymdon Bathew

Chief Minister Pema Khandu has condoled the demise of Walle Bymdon Bathew, a retired Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer, who had served Arunachal Pradesh (then NEFA) for almost two decades. He breathed his last on Dec 10 at his native place, Shillong, leaving behind his wife, two sons and a daughter.  Late Bathew, one of the earliest IFS officers posted in the then North Eastern Frontier Tract, was instrumental in setting up important wildlife conservation infrastructure across the State.

Itanagar-  Free training for State civil service aspirants

A free training programme for State civil service aspirants being conducted by Seva Bharati Arunachal Pradesh in collaboration with Jnana Prabodhini, Pune (Maharashtra) began here at the Tax & Excise hall today. The programme which will conclude on December 22 next was graced by Abhinav Prakash, Rashtriya Seva Bharati, Skill Development Pramukh. The purpose of the camp is to provide the students with strategy and approach for the upcoming APPSC (mains) examination.

Aalo- Maa Sarada Devi teachings

Maa Sarada Devi teachings hold relevance in present IT age which has complicated life beyond comprehension,  Ramakrishna Mission secretary Swami Purnajnanananda said. Her life and values of her teachings are worth emulating to get rid of modern voices, he said and exhorted over 700 well-wishers and RKM admirers, attending 165th birth anniversary observation of divine Mother here on December 9 last. A photo exhibition on Mother marked the event besides  distribution of blankets to 100 casual labourers .

Itanagar- APPDSU deletion of chakmas name from electoral 

The All Papum Pare District Students’ Union (APPDSU) has claimed that the documents submitted by Chakmas for enrolment in the electoral roll of the 14-ST Doimukh Assembly Constituency were made in violation of Section 31 of the Representation of the People Act, 1950 (43 of 1950) by the electoral registration officer and the assistant electoral registration officer concerned. The union alleged that the Chakmas did not produce citizenship certificates or citizenship registration proofs in Form 6 of the application but only enclosed electricity bills, Aadhar cards, and birth certificates as proof of being citizens of India.

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