False propaganda

Dear Editor, Many people are of the view that after the closure of wine stores would push many young people to drugs. In my opinion this is a false propaganda and misleading. We first need to analyse the type of drinkers who are likely to turn to drugs. In Arunachal...

HDI and Olympics

Dear Editor, Kudos to your editorial, "Good move" (A Times, August 27, 2016). The most effective strategy to do well in Olympics is undoubtedly to give priority to human development. A country, which won at least 3 gold medals at Rio Olympics, got a place among the first 26 countries...

A clarification

Dear Editor, This is in reference to the article “ D.C Assures Thorough Probe into AE,s Death” in the Arunachal Times issue of dated 26th August 2016. I was the incumbent Executive Engineer of Longding Division during the period of occurrence of that landslide which resulted in the death of...

A letter from Pakke-Kessang

Dear Editor, Through your esteemed daily, I would like to draw the kind attention of CM of Arunachal Pradesh Pema Khandu, Local MLA 12th Pakke-kessang Kameng Dolo. Established in 1966, Pakke Kessang is one of the oldest circles in the state. Government Secondary School was also established in year 1966 but...

The lost tribe

Dear Editor, "We used to drink and sing and dance merrily in festivals...now people drink to forget their worries." Swimming in a pool of story pertaining to the soon-to-be- a lost tribe, imagining how would the cultural identity of a tribe precipitate in a thin air leaving behind only stories for...

Overstaying the tenure

Dear Editor, It has been observed that the officers who are staying in their posting places, especially in Bomdila, for more than 3 years are not found in their offices. They are found doing businesses. They become very arrogant and do not attend to the public. Most of the engineers...

School in need of assistance

Dear Editor, Ever since the day, I landed up in Govt higher secondary school Daporijo, I have seen the atmosphere of the school campus and class rooms. My recent visit to the school has compelled me share about the condition of the school. There is no proper demarcation of school...

Chaos at Civil Secretariat

Dear Editor, This is regarding the article “Chaos at Civil Secretariat” where the security personnel have been alleged of assaulting a visitor and denying entry to an IAS officer. Before I put my opinion let me introduce that I am a staff of the Civil Secretariat, Itanagar. Since the day...

Loopholes of illegalities in recruitment process

Dear Editor, Through your esteemed daily, I would like to draw the kind attention of His Excellency, the Governor of Arunachal Pradesh, Chief Secretary of Arunachal Pradesh and unemployed youth pertaining to the Junior Engineer (Civil) recruitment in the department of Public Work Department (PWD). Chief Engineer (Coordination, Training, and Vigilance),...

Problem for EIOP candidates

Dear Editor, Through your newspaper, I would like to share the pitiable and helplessness of Eligible for Improvement of Performance (EIOP) candidates of Class X. This year i.e. July 2016 EIOP result is very poor, from almost every school only 3/4 candidates could clear their examination, as a result there...

Address the plague affecting Indian sports

Dear Editor, In a country swarming with 1.3 billion people, is it too much to expect more than 2 medals in the Olympics? With its largest ever contingent of 117 athletes in Rio, our results regressed well below the London Olympics tally of 6 medals. Only after a barren stretch...

Road to RGU

Dear Editor, This is in connection with the news item published in your esteemed daily “Govt. earmarks funds for roads leading to RGU”. The residents of in and around Doimukh and Rono hills were much pleased and happy when the State government led by CM Pema Khandu announced funds for the...

Indo-Myanmar ties

Dear Editor, Strong Indo-Myanmar tie is a monumental achievement for both India and Myanmar. Both nations have strong socio-cultural as well historic ties; and more importantly strong ethnic ties and relations along the 16,00 km long densely forested Indo-Myanmar border. Both nations have so much to offer in the areas...

Surrogacy Bill

Dear Editor, The Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2016, proposing a complete ban on surrogacy, is welcome. Commercial surrogacy is nothing short of slavery. A woman, after carrying a baby in the womb, feeding it with her blood and going through the labour/Caesarian pain to bring it to the world, has to...

Stop playing with the patience of the youths

Dear Editor, To quote “We dwell in one of the most corrupted state of India" I feel no shame for it is a fact. One finds default in every section of govt works here. Among them one of the most corrupted and haphazard is- 'job recruitment process'. There is no...

Essence of humanity

Dear Editor, By devoting her entire life for the cause of the poor, homeless, orphans and lepers, Mother Teresa had displayed to the world what the essence of humanity and true purpose of life are all about. Along with this self-obsessed consumerist society the critics of Mother Teresa, who accuse...

Untapped tourism potential in Arunachal

Dear Editor, Through the columns of your esteemed daily, I would like to raise my concern and reach out to the officials of the Department of Tourism, Government of Arunachal Pradesh to understand the reason as to why are we still lagging behind in tourism sector. Undoubtedly, our state is blessed...

Random, unplanned constructions

Dear Editor, Through the columns of your esteemed daily, I would like to draw the kind attention of the concern authorities towards the random, unplanned construction going on in the Capital Complex. It has come to notice that in these few years unplanned, random and haphazard constructions are mushrooming in...

Uncertain future of Sportspersons

Dear Editor, It is a festive season for the Olympian stars and their fans all over the world, as they are welcoming their stars from Rio Olympic. Lots of news are also popping up from the state governments about announcing various offers and gifts to the Olympic winners coming from...

The dilemma

Dear Editor, With the frequent revolution of the Government in the State led by His Excellency the Governor, the Chief Minister followed suit by his string of Cabinet Ministers, one can never be certain of who had claimed the most coveted seat the next morning as we wake up from...

Sporting success can wait

Dear Editor, There lies no doubt to the fact that if proper sporting infrastructure gets established and the sports persons are provided with quality coaching and equipment, India or any other nation can bag dozens of medals from Olympics. Also ranking high up in the Roll of Honour by bagging...

Give preference to candidates with related educational qualification in RD

Dear Editor, Through the columns of your esteemed daily, we would like to draw the attention of RD department and would like to express our view regarding educational qualification for recent vacancies of Jt. BDO. There are so many aspirants that have the Master of Arts in Rural Development (MA.RD)...

APPSC and teachers recruitment

Dear Editor, This is with reference to an article which appeared on your daily, “Education Minister Honchum Ngandam to conduct all future recruitment of teacher by the State Public Service Commission”. Well, it is really a highly appreciable and noble part from Education Minister and state government side. By doing so...

Change Paradox

Dear Editor, From AU to RGU and to AU again? This could be a classic example of what is called the 'Change Paradox'. We and our successors only tend to change what can be easily changed, each undoing the work of the one before him. It is striking how a...

The flip side of Arunachal politics

Dear Editor, Indian democracy is eulogized as one of the greatest the world had ever witnessed but its foundations seem to be getting weaker as the so called politicians continue to gnaw at its social and economic fabric in a myriad ways. They are evidently becoming richer by plundering the...

AAP has been disaster

Dear Editor, It is time Aam Admi Party and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal start doing something constructive, demonstrate credible performance rather than indulge in daily media based political drama and midday soap opera. The meteoric rise of AAP was noted with interest not only in India, but across the globe....

Other Ministers should follow Honchun and Byaling

Dear Editor, The direction issued by Education Minister Honchum Ngandam to conduct all future recruitment of regular post of JT's and ST's by the State Public Service Commission is a well come move and a huge relief for thousands of unemployed educated graduates who do not have money and political...

Good Initiatives

Dear Editor, As per section 12(c), Independence Day Speech of Chief Minister Pema Khandu, a Staff Selection Commission will be set up in the State to ensure fair and transparent recruitment. This indeed is a laudable idea. There is a saying “Better Late than Never.” We have meager population of 13.00Lakh...

Give justice

Dear Editor, Through the columns of your esteemed daily, I would like to draw the attention of Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Krad-Daadi district and District Medical Officer (DMO) regarding the advertisement (Adv. No. MED/Esst/KD/66/15-16 dated 2nd August 2016) for the post of MTS and MPW. As per advertisement copy, Govt of...

Do not mutilate pages of history

Dear Editor, Through your esteemed daily I would like to draw the kind attention of the concerned authorities regarding a news item that appeared in the media that, “10 FREEDOM FIGHTERS FROM NORTH EAST TO BE HONOURED BY CENTRE” probably on the occasion of 70th Independence Day of the country....
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