14th Dec 2017 09:12:PM Editorials

E-waste disposal is emerging as the biggest challenge to garbage disposal at present. Administrations across the state are struggling to tackle garbage with rudimentary infrastructure and are in no position to tackle e-waste which requires expert handling. In…

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13th Dec 2017 10:12:PM Editorials

 

With the start of the academic year rat-race to hunt for colleges and institutions begins and despite best attempts many students and parents are duped by brokers whose only motive is to make fast money. Thousands of students hunting for institutions fall…

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9th Dec 2017 09:12:PM Editorials

4th Dec 2017 08:12:PM Editorials

Henry Ford’s famous remark, US doesn’t have good roads because it’s rich but rich because it has good roads, has a prophetic nature to it. Decades later, the world over, people have realised the meaning of this simple statement.

Deprived…

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3rd Dec 2017 10:12:PM Editorials

Inadequate infrastructure and poor support aside; it is sad that despite progress of society, majority of people with disabilities (PWD) still feel alienated from mainstream. Apathy and stigma are also common whereas it is care and compassion which…

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1st Dec 2017 10:12:PM Editorials

Remember the uproar which resulted during the Statehood Day celebration 2017, when the makeshift gallery caved in under the weight of rain water and dignitaries had to run helter-skelter to save from getting drenched. It was during this…

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29th Nov 2017 09:11:PM Editorials

The incident where three women teachers of Girls Residential School, Tani Happa, New Sagalee allegedly forced at least 88 girls to undress shows that despite a ban in place corporal punishment is still going on.

The ‘punishment’ was allegedly…

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28th Nov 2017 10:11:PM Editorials

The otherwise crystal clear waters of the Siang river this time of year has baffled many with its ‘cement-like’ appearance. The suspiciously muddy nature of the water has raised concern that China might be constructing infrastructure to divert its…

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27th Nov 2017 09:11:PM Editorials

Once again the Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission has courted controversy just a day after the preliminary examination was held on Sunday. Aspirants have been critical of the many flaws which they allege have marred the smooth…

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26th Nov 2017 11:11:PM Editorials

This daily’s report which highlighted the problems faced by the Forest officials in East Siang district at the hands of a much ‘well-equipped’ timber mafia brings to the fore the real ground realities the state must address to…

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