Govt opposes district-wise quota system in competitive exams

arunachal-pradesh-cm-nabam-tuki-stresses-on-retaining-special-category-for-ne-statesITANAGAR, Jul 08: Opposing district-wise quota system in state competitive exams, Chief Minister Nabam Tuki today said introduction of such a system will create problems for the state government.

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Steps taken for welfare of labourers: Govt Question Hour

state assITANAGAR, Jul 08: The Arunachal Pradesh government has taken various measures for the welfare of the labourers in the state, Chief Minister Nabam Tuki, who is also in-charge of the labour department, informed the assembly today.

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Arunachal budget session begins tomorrow

BUDGET SESSION 2015 ARUNACHALITANAGAR, July 5 – The Budget session of the Arunachal Pradesh Assembly will commence from July 7.

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Govt promises to consider setting up Arunachal’s first airport

images 61New Delhi, Jun 27: Arunachal Pradesh may finally have an airport with the Centre assuring Chief Minister Nabam Tuki of "seriously pursuing" the long-standing demand in order to bolster connectivity of the border state.

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Tuki bats for continuation of special category status to NE states

tuki ggNEW DELHI, Jun 27: The Chief Ministers’ Sub-Group of NITI Aayog has recommended in its draft report 90:10 per cent Centre-state fund sharing for 11 special category states under Core Sector Schemes while for optional schemes it was 80:20 per cent. For general category states, under Core Schemes, Centre and state would share funding in the ratio of 60:40 per cent.

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AACWA urge CM to assess and prepare flood damage report

arunachal-pradesh-cm-nabam-tuki-stresses-on-retaining-special-category-for-ne-statesITANAGAR, Jun 29: All Arunachal Contractors Welfare Association (AACWA) President Takam Padu and the Assistant General Secretary of the Association met Chief Minister Nabam Tuki in New Delhi and urged him for issuing directive to Disaster Management Authority to assess the properties lost or damaged by monsoon fury in the last two month in the state.

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