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MAWAI, Jul 14: Lohit DC Prince Dhawan on Sunday stressed on adopting scientific management practices to arrest citrus decline. Speaking during a ‘sensitization programme on citrus decline’ organized here by the Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK), the DC urged citrus growers of the circle to “join hands with the KVK scientists and follow their instructions and […]
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[ Karyir Riba ] In today’s world of extreme positivity, there is no place for the slightest bit of negative thoughts; which, in simpler words, means that honesty is not the ‘cool’ thing anymore. Hence, no person is fat, no one is skeletal, there is no specific skin colour category, and nobody is unpleasant-looking anymore. […]
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NAHARLAGUN, Jul 14: Members of the Arunachal Pradesh Legal Services Authority (APLSA) and paralegal volunteers visited the Oju Welfare Association (OWA) here on Saturday to take stock of the legal needs of the boarders. The team, which included Sessions Judge Jaweplu Chai and APSLSA Member Secretary Budi Habung, inspected the legal aid clinic in the […]
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LHASA/BEIJING, Jul 14: The successor of the Dalai Lama has to be decided within China and any interference by India on the issue will impact bilateral ties, Chinese authorities have said. In their first clear assertion on the sensitive issue, senior Chinese officials and experts said the reincarnation of the Dalai Lama must be approved […]
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Correspondent PASIGHAT, Jul 14: East Siang Deputy Commissioner Kinny Singh on Saturday issued an order banning all kinds of vehicles from plying on the bridge over the Siku river, in between Ayeng village and Mebo, from 7 pm to 5 am, for a week. The order also completely bans heavy vehicles, with a capacity above […]
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[ Kime Rambia ] The Pakke Tiger Reserve (PTR) is an 861.95 sq km landscape, and our team manages the Tippi wildlife range, the western side of Pakke, bounded by the mighty Kameng river. Often, miscreants do cross the river at night and put up traps and snares, targeting birds like pheasants, jungle fowls, and […]
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ITANAGAR, Jul 14: Home Minister Bamang Felix on Saturday urged road users to “change their mindset and follow traffic rules to reduce traffic problems in the capital complex.” Addressing a ‘road safety and traffic rule awareness programme’ organized by the All Arunachal Pradesh Public Transport Federation (AAPPTF) at the Ganga market here, Felix asked the […]
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Sona lauds RKMH ITANAGAR, Jul 14: Former students of Ramakrishna Mission Schools (RKMS) along with Legislative Assembly Speaker PD Sona, Agriculture Minister Tage Taki and Daporijo MLA Taniya Soki on Sunday visited the Ramakrishna Mission Hospital (RKMH) here and interacted with the indoor patients, staff and administrators of the hospital. The visit was initiated by […]
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HYDERABAD/NEW DELHI, Jul 14: The Indian Journalists Union (IJU) has questioned the “government’s manoeuvres to block the media’s and the public’s right to access to information.” The criticism comes in the wake of the finance ministry’s recent restrictions on journalists – even those who are holding PIB accreditation cards – to enter its premises to […]
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ITANAGAR, Jul 14: The Arunachal Pradesh Women’s Welfare Society (APWWS) has welcomed the Rs 1 crore corpus fund announced by the state government in the recent budget. The pan-Arunachal voluntary organization, formed in 1979, has been working for the rights of the children and women in the state. In a statement, the APWWS on Sunday […]
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