26th Aug 2021 11:08:PM Editorials

Education is one sector which has been greatly impacted as the highly infectious coronavirus prompted shutdown of schools and educational institutions. After almost 17-months of on&off covid lockdowns and measures, there is a mixed bag of…

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24th Aug 2021 11:08:PM Editorials

The 2020 batch of Arunachal Pradesh Civil Service (APCS) probationers are indeed…

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23rd Aug 2021 11:08:PM Editorials

Pig farming is an important revenue generating activity for the rural communities across the state. The meat has huge local demand all throughout the year which drives farmer earnings. However this sector is mostly individual-centric and…

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22nd Aug 2021 10:08:PM Editorials

‘The Arunachal Pradesh Marriage and Inheritance of Property Bill, 2021’ has resulted in much heated debate. Coming under severe criticism, the Arunachal Pradesh State Commission for Women clarified that the draft proposal has been ‘misinterpreted’ and aims to provide equal rights to the…

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20th Aug 2021 11:08:PM Editorials

Data of the past several weeks is showing a declining trend in covid cases in Arunachal Pradesh. This is nothing short of celebratory news— for citizens, state machinery and especially healthcare professionals who have been fighting…

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19th Aug 2021 11:08:PM Editorials

The Centre’s National Mission on Edible Oils – Oil Palm with an earmarked ₹11,040 crore to encourage palm oil production in India has a special focus on Northeast India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted the decision…

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18th Aug 2021 11:08:PM Editorials

The writing has been on the wall for some time and for naysayers who still believe climate change is a figment of imagination, the following data will come as a massive shock.
July 2021 was the…

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17th Aug 2021 10:08:PM Editorials

In a befitting tribute to the nation on its 75th Independence Day, the Centre asked the states and union territories to ensure that people don't use celebratory plastic national flags as disposing them is a problem.…

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12th Aug 2021 10:08:PM Editorials

As the world has become more technologically advanced, one pitfall has become the loss of ‘reading culture’ like we used to know it. Gone are the days when people made a bee-line to the nearest library…

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9th Aug 2021 11:08:PM Editorials

As the Tokyo Olympics successfully closed on Sunday, August 8, what an extraordinary event it had been in every sense of the word. An unrelenting global pandemic saw the world’s biggest sporting event being pushed back…

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