Publicity stunt ?

Dear Editor, This is with regards to a letter titled “The mystery behind the Arunachal CM Bungalow” by one Rajkumar Jhanjhari which was published in your daily. Let me be brutally honest at the very outset, the letter written by Rajkumar was nothing but a way to promote vastu thing...

Lateral entry

Dear Editor, As per information gathered from the Department of Personnel and other reliable sources, it seems that the Government is on the process of appointing around 16-20 or more Circle Officers(CO) from among employees on 'Lateral Entry' basis. If it is true, it is very likely that candidates having good...

Conduct interview with dignity

Dear Editor, Please do not play with the sentiments of innocent candidates. Many of the candidates are preparing hard for every single opportunity so at least let us face the interview with dignity. I am talking about the interview conducted by NRHM for the post of DAHPM and District Data Assistant...

An open letter to Chief Minister

Dear Editor, I have no idea whether you go through Reader’s forum while you read newspapers before you begin your day. And if you do, I would be happy that my letter is reaching to you. Before coming to my motive of writing to you, let me create a pseudo situation....

Harsh analogy

Dear Editor, While I am big fan of the writings of Madam Tongam Rina’s column of the ‘Ringside View’ of the Arunachal Times, especially on her crusade against corruptions and other evils eating our State by the corrupt Politicians and their powerful Government Servants and their Corporate World, her views...

A suggestion and an appeal to the APPSC

Dear Editor, Through your esteemed daily ‘readers forum’, I would like to bring limelight to the Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission with regard to the short-listing of the candidates to the post of Assistant Professors under various departments. As per the provision of UGC ordinances for scrutinizing of the candidates for...

Recruit more engineers

Dear Editor, With great pain, I am writing this on behalf of all frustrated and unemployed youths in the state. Its very disdaining to learn that the rate of recruitment in the Dept of Power is very slow as compared to other depts. The dept has not created even a single...

Few suggestions to improve sports in Arunachal

Dear Editor, This is with reference to the News Report published on April 24 in your esteemed daily, titled “What is holding back Arunachal’s Progress in Sports’ ? As I belong to sports fraternity, I would like to contribute few suggestions. 1. Upgrade of Sangey Laden Sports Academy up to Class XII....

Learn from APPSC

Dear Editor, Late Bakin Pertin rightfully stated that Arunachal Pradesh is the ‘Land of Khusi-Khusi’. And for that matter, Animal Husbandry & Veterinary, Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh has enthusiastically upheld the infamous tagline of the State recently by indulging in vagary recruitment method by openly violating the sanctity of provision...

Purchased documents

Dear Editor A month back nurses with fake documents had been terminated by the Department of Health and family welfare which is very welcoming step by the government. We the common people really appreciate this step for nobody have right to play with the life of people. Through this esteemed daily, we...

Rape and patriarchal mentality

Dear Editor, It torments my heart to witness everyday horrendous news of rapes perpetrated throughout the country. The 2015 National Criminal Records Bureau reports a decline in rape cases from 2014 at 5.7%. It should be noted that this numbers are not indicative of the ground zero situation. This numbers...

Engaging with historically non-trustworthy neighbour

Dear Editor, New international economic corridors are always great news (China reconnects with India at Stilwel Road; AT, Dec 30) with significant economic opportunity not just for India or China; but the entire subcontinent as well as the entire SE Asia. The rapid engagement of the SAARC platform under Indian leadership acting as a pivotal...

Extend time and age limit

Dear Editor, Through your esteemed daily, I want to draw the attention of the Director, Secondary Education regarding the age limit of TGT Music. 28 years is the age limit for TGT music where as other TGT group is given up to 33 years. The age limit of TGT, Music...

Who will raise voice against corruption?

Dear Editor, A little boy smiled and said, “Papa I want to become an engineer. In reply, his father said, my son I do not have enough money to bribe for such a job. A dream of Arunachalee boy shattered. It is a gospel truth that corruption itself is deeply rooted...

Remove all barriers

Dear Editor, Every woman has a right to choose her own path in life. I have seen many girls who dream of joining the Indian Army. The general public mindset is that women are physically weaker, so they can’t do what men can do. But physical strength is not the only quota...

Delay in declaration of results

Dear Editor, Through your esteemed daily, i want to make our voice reach the concerned authority. In the month of October 2015, PWD had conducted examination for the post of Junior Engineers. Now it’s been four months since examination and the department has still not declared the result. We wonder...

School without teacher

Dear Editor, Government Higher secondary school Lathao, which was established in the year of 1958 and upgraded to secondary in the year 1986 and registered under CBSE in the year 1989 and upgraded to Higher secondary school in the year 2009 is functioning without any single senior teacher for any...

Exorbitant tuition fees cause concern

Dear Editor, Through your esteemed daily, I would like to highlight the rampant rising of tuition fees prevalent in the centurion town Pasighat. It is disheartening to learn that teachers who are the torchbearer of education are indulging themselves in minting money by elevating the tuition fees exorbitantly. As a result...

UPSC exam and financial help from state

Dear Editor, Through your esteemed daily, Arunachalee UPSC Aspirants would like to express our heartfelt thanks to the CM Kaliko Pul for enhancing incentive for clearing UPSC Civil Services Exam (CSE) Prelims & Mains both. In a year, in an average, only 3-4 aspirants from Arunachal qualify prelims conducted by...

Loopholes which need attention

Dear Editor, Through the columns of your esteemed newspaper, I would like to draw the attention of the APPSC members towards the major loopholes in the recently concluded APPSC exam. The loopholes are as follows: 1)There is still no facility for online filling up of application form for which it took APPSC...

Streamlining administration

Dear Editor, For effective, impartial and sound administration, and for carrying out transactions of governmental and social activities in an apolitical manner, home posting of key officers of administration and police like the Deputy Commissioner, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Extra Assistant Commissioner, Circle Officer, Superintendent of Police, Officer In - charge,...

Tips to CMO on Janta Darbar

Dear Editor, We stood in the queue for about 18 hours during CM Pul's Janata Darbar on last Saturday as we got the appointment after more than a month. On that day there were more than 330 appointees. There was no system during the Dharbar. It was like a cinema hall...

Of Partisan Governor & Speaker in Uttarakhand

Dear Editor, Although the sacked Chief Minister Harish Rawat-led Congress government is all set to resume power in Uttarakhand with the Supreme Court on 11th May allowing the central government to revoke President's Rule in view of his (Harish Rawat) success in proving the majority in the floor test, yet...

Challenging time is awaiting Meghalaya Congress

Dear Editor The brilliant victory of Congrad Sangma (NPP) in Meghalaya marks a new history for the neglected state and is most possibly writing on the wall indicating fading influence of Indian National Congress across the nation. Adoption of faulty policies, lack of initiatives in rapid economic progress as well...

Pay the genuine PDS contractors

Dear Editor, This is with reference to the All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union’s (AAPSU) questioning the state government over the government’s alleged move to pay off the pending PDS bills of only a handful of influential persons, including legislators who are part of the ruling government. I completely support the AAPSU’s...

Issues of power and roads

Dear Editor, Through your esteem daily, I would like to bring out the problem of irregular electricity and bad transportation in Kakoi circle. Frequent power cut have become a common problem for the villagers and APST bus connecting Kakoi to Itanagar has also been not working for about a week. Hoping...

Yoga unites, religion divides

Dear Editor, Kudos to T. S. Karthik for his letter, "International yoga day" (TAT, Readers Forum, June 21, 2016) for pointing out that yoga has, incorrectly, been tagged with religion. Religion can spoil the very concept of yoga. Yoga is all about realizing the oneness by tuning our body and...

Let there be fair selection

Dear Editor, Today I went for interview at DHS for District Coordinator under Clinical Establishment Act, 2010. I was hoping for some genuine interview but to our bad luck, this interview also seems just for name sake. Most of the candidates’ complaint about irrelevant questions asked during the interview. I...

Hoping for no more scams

Dear Editor, This letter is a comment and self analytic view on the recent political melodrama that happened in our state. Firstly, PPA (People's Party of Arunachal) should stop being a transit camp. Stop being a - use and throw, come and use Wala party. Secondly, BJP party in state should...

Prioritization of road connectivity

Dear Editor, As per Census 2011, we have 5513 villages. As RWD is the implementing agency of PMGSY programme in the State, it is now necessary to know how many of villages have been connected and how many left to be connected under this programme. Many project proposals related to village...
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