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Tirap- Road constructed with Nano Technology
DC Tirap, PN Thungon along with other officials visited Old Paniduria on Thursday to inspect ongoing PMGSY road construction. For the first time this road is being constructing with Nano technology (chemical seeding) in Tirap. In his visit AE, RWD, Er. L. Lowang explained on process and procedures of using chemical and other related working techniques under new road construction technology. Satisfied after proper explanation from engineer he asked and suggested contractor to follow all necessary procedures with require materials under new Nano technology.
Changlang- NSCN (R) militant apprehended
An NSCN (R) militant was apprehended from 17 Mile area of Jairampur in a joint operation conducted by the 13 Assam Rifles and Jairampur unit police on Wednesday. A 9 mm pistol with magazine, live rounds and extortion money were seized from the possession of the militant, who has been identified as Self Styled Pvt Chajong Mossang. A criminal case has been registered against the arrested cadre.
Tirap– Himalayan black bear cub trans-located
An orphaned Himalayan black bear cub aged 1 year was rescued by one gentleman and prominent public figure Yangwok Hodong of Lazu from the villagers of Chinhan near Indo-Myanmar international border was formally handed over to forest department. The healthy bear cub fondly named “Ollo” by the villagers was fed and cared by Yangwok Hodong for last two months. As desired by the villagers of Lazu “Ollo” was successfully trans-located to Mini Zoo.
Tezu- Legal Service Camp
A Mega Legal Service Camp was organised by District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), Tezu at Jubilee Ground, Tezu on 20th March last (Tuesday) for the general public of Lohit District to know and avail various Government shemes under various departments of Lohit District. The Camp was inaugurated by Dr. Mohesh Chai, Hon’ble Minister AH&VS, DD, Art & Culture, Research. The legal camp witnessed huge participation from all sections of society from all over the district with more than 2000 people in attendance. This included people from remote villages and people from in and around Tezu circle.
Aalo- Helps to Fire victim
The Kargu Kardi Student Union led by its General Secretary, Kami Boje distributed blankets, various household utensils and cash to fire victim of Dumde Kayi village where house belonging to one Karge Kayi was completely gutted in the morning of 15th March last. The house was completely gutted with all properties. The union has also appealed the Govt. to look into the case of victim. Meanwhile, the Yomcha administration has also rushed to the spot to take stock of the situation and immediate relief has also been provided to the victim
Aalo- CAREER Guidance and counselling workshop
SFS Collage, Aalo organized one day CAREER Guidance and counselling workshop for the students of west Siang on 18th Sunday March last. The well known Resource Person and career expert, Mrs Kirti Agarwal Pasbola from Kanpur dwelt at length on process of career planning and introduced students to hundred of career options available in Arunachal Pradesh and also across India. Around 200 Students from SFS Collage and also from various Higher Secondary schools of Aalo participated in the workshop.
Tawang- seminar on export promotion
The Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts (EPCH), New Delhi organized a seminar on export promotion, marketing and design development for comprehensive development of handicrafts of the North East at Tawang recently. The objective of the seminar was to create awareness among the artisans about export of handicrafts by organizing workshops, seminars and design development programmes to educate and create an environment conducive to the export marketing.
Boasimla- Mithun Mela
A good number of mithuns (gayal) were vaccinated against various diseases during the mithun mela cum vaccination camp organized here in Kamle district on Thursday. In addition, microchips were implanted in mithun bodies for easy identification of animals by the owners. Earlier, in his inaugural address, MLA cum Parliamentary Secretary Tamar Murtem advised the villagers to preserve and stop unnecessary killing of this rare and endangered state animal.