Arunachal: State News in Brief, 16th Jan 2018

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Itanagar- ANSU felicitated AYSU

All Nyishi Students union (ANSU)  felicitated the elected Executive Members  of the All Yachuli students Union (AYSU) at a function held at ANSU headquarter. The newly elected leaders which include AYSU President Baath Tolu, Vice President Toko Tagam, General Secretary Licha Paya and several others promised to serve the society with out most sincerity and assured to abide the guidance of ANSU being a guardian. The election of AYSU was held from January 12-14 under the observation of ANSU and Chief Election Commissioner Tana Susil and his team

Banderdeva- Open Health Camp

Police Training Centre, Banderdewa in collaboration with ARIN Society conducted an Open Health Camp and Counselling for PTC Personnel at Police Training Centre Banderdewa on 13th January 2018. The health camps saw the participation of over 170 police personnel and their family members. The programme which has been organised was structured to provide awareness about mental and physical well being of the Police Personnel. It was formulated to primarily focus on issues especially experienced by those in the vocation of armed forces who go through various physical and mental stresses due to the nature of their duty.

Seppa – wire-rope suspension bridge

Lellung village is now connected to the rest of East Kameng district and the state after a wire-rope suspension bridge over the Kameng river was inaugurated on Monday. The bridge, constructed by the Public Works Department, was the initiative of Rural Development Parliamentary Secretary Mama Natung, who is also the local MLA of the area.On behalf of the villagers, Natung expressed gratitude to Chief Minister Pema Khandu for supporting him in completing the project.

Tawang-  Training for Handmade paper making

A one-month skill development training programme on the dying Buddhist art of ‘handmade paper making’ was inaugurated here on Monday by Lumla ADC RD Thungon. The ancient Buddhist art was given a boost with the training of 30 persons from Zemithang circle under Tawang district. Locally produced handmade papers are mainly used in religious scriptures and paintings, besides other usage. The primary raw material consists of wood pulp from a particular flowering tree available at high-region cold temperate forests. Chnaglang- Good Will Football Tournament

Changlang- Good Will Football Tournament

The Good Will Football Tournament-2018, organised by the 149 Bn CRPF under its civic action programme, began at the general ground here on Monday. “One of the main motives of organising the tournament is to improve the relation between paramilitary forces and the public through sports and know each other better,” said the battalion’s Deputy Commanding Officer, AK Sahoo.
Changlang Deputy Commissioner Wayong Khimhun, who kicked off the tournament, said that games and sports bring people closer and provide an opportunity to know each other better.

Aalo- RKMS organised cultural dance competition

The Ramakrishna Mission School held a cultural dance competition at the Gumin Kiin here on 14 January as part of its forthcoming 50-year celebration, the main event of which will be held from 2 to 4 February. At least 11 teams from different schools of Aalo and Jirdin participated in the competition and revealed many aspects of the Indian tribal culture before the audience. The golden jubilee celebrations will continue with an inter-school-cum-college football competition at the Aalo general ground.



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