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Bandh call withdrawn

The first phase of Chakka Bandh call against deteriorating road condition from Aalo to Bam by Aalo Bam Highway Maintenance Monitoring Committee on Friday has been called off after tripartite meeting among district administration on Thursday.

ABHMMC and TK Engineering Co have agreed for maintenance works soon. West Siang Deputy Commissioner Pige Ligu and ABHMMC President Kento Ete along with RSO Pumek Ronya and Gemar Padu visited the road.

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HSLC, AHM exams begin

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