Dabang FC defeated Khyoda FC 3-1, Bhondu FC pips Syame FC
ITANAGAR, Dec 28: Dabang FC has defeated Khyoda Brothers FC 3-1 in the ongoing 3rd
Christmas Premier League Seven Tigers Football Tournament 2014-15 at IG Park here.
Kemson Rikeng of Dabang FC's scored two spectacular goals. Khyoda Brothers FC fought
back with a goal from jersey no.14, however Dabang FC added one more goal from jersey
no.7. In the second match played between Bondhu FC and Syame FC, former defeated
the later with 2-1.
Farmer trained on rabbit farming
ITANAGAR, Dec 28: Day long training cum distribution of Rabbits was held at KVK,
Papum Pare, Karsingsa, yesterday.
Altogether six farmers were selected as beneficiaries in the first batch.
Dr. Tilling Tayo, Subject Matter Specialist (SMS) Animal Science, spoke on rabbit
production, right from housing, feeding, and breeding and disease management.
He advised farmers to take up rabbit farming in commercial dimensions for meat and
tap the potential of rabbit meat in Arunachal Pradesh, as its meat is low in cholesterol
and high in protein.
The cost of production is also very cheap as compared to other livestock and poultry
farming, since they feed on green grass and in addition with small amount of rice
or wheat bran. More over gestation period of rabbit is very short and they can litter
four times a year with an average of 6-8 kits.
Earlier, Dr Taba Heli, Programme Coordinator, KVK, Papum Pare, urged the participants
to clear the doubt regarding rabbit farming from resource person for successful management
of rabbit production at their own farms.
Dr. Tadang Padung Director, Animal Husbandry and Veterinary and Dr. Taku, Deputy
Director AH&V distributed the rabbit to beneficiaries and asked them to rear the
rabbits not only as pets but also explore the possibility of meat in near future.
Dance and drama competition
ITANAGAR, Dec 28: Traditional dance and drama competition was organized at Donyi-Polo
Dere Likabali by Vivekananda Kendra, Arunachal as part of the yearlong celebration
of Mananeeya Eknathji Janma Shati Parva. The event was won by Malini Youth Association.
Kumari Manisha, Jeevanvrati of Vivekananda Kendra highlighted the life and works
of the founder of Vivekananda Kendra, Eknath ji Ranade who actualized the vision
of Swami Vivekananda and shaped Vivekananda Kendra and also the inspiration in all
the service activities conducted by the Kendra in remote and far-flung areas of the
APCSD celebrates Seva Dal Divas
ITANAGAR, Dec 28: Arunachal Pradesh Congress Seva Dal (APCSD) celebrated its foundation
day as Seva Dal Divas at party office Naharlagun today.
APCSD chief organizer Kipa Kaha, who led the celebration, exhorted the Seva Dal delegates
coming from various districts to work for further strengthening Congress Party organization
in the state.
Seva Dal spokesperson Geli Ete while highlighting the Chief Minister's Universal
Health Insurance Schemes, urged all to avail the benefit of the scheme. He urged
Seva Dal workers and cadres to make people aware about the benefits of the scheme
and encourage those people who have not yet enrolled their names under the health
scheme to enroll their names.
The delegates also attended the 129th foundation day celebration of Indian National
Congress here, according to a Seva Dal release.
Singer leads cleanliness drive in Basar
ITANAGAR, Dec 28: A cleanliness drive was carried out at Basar led by renowned singer
Marto Kamdak on Dec 25, who was nominated by Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju
to carry forward Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.
The event saw the participation of young people, public and members from BJP Mandal
Committee of Basar.
They cleaned the surrounding areas of Basar town as well as drainages. The local
residents who participated in this programme expressed their willingness to support
the cause spearheaded by Rijiju and continue their efforts to keep the clean town.
Kamdak called on the participants to keep their clean own surroundings as well as
keep physically healthy to make a healthy nation. He expressed his gratitude to the
participants and ADC and Department of Urban Development of Basar area for their
support. Later, he nominated 9 people from different fields of life under the 29th
Basar Assembly Constituency.
These 9 persons shall carry forward the responsibility of cleanliness drive at their
respective level and areas, according to information received from Taro Chatung,
Senior Journalist, Itanagar.
AR conducts tour prog for students
ITANAGAR, Dec 28: Assam Rifles Battalion based at Khonsa organized National Integration
Tour from Khonsa to Pune and Mumbai for 14 students of Tirap and Changlang districts
under Director Generals Assam Rifles Civic Action Programme. The team returned to
AR Battalion HQs, Khonsa, on Thursday.
The students had the lifetime opportunities to visit various places such as Victoria
Memorial, MP Birla Planetorium and Boat Ferry in Kolkata, National Defence Academy,
Khadakwasla, Singhgarh Fort, Snake Park at Katraj, Pune University, Science Park,
Shaniwarwada Fort, CEME Pune, Army Rowing Node in Pune and Adlabs Imagica, Mumbai
Darshan, Gateway of India, Marine Drive, Worli Sealink, Elephanta Cave and Juhu beach
The students also had the opportunity to interact with the local people of those
areas and witness the development and cultural heritage of the country.
The Army hoped such tour programme go a long way in bringing the hill people and
their friends closer.
The tour was flagged off by Brigadier Govind Kalwad, Deputy Inspector General, 25
Sector Assam Rifles in presence of Tirap Deputy Commissioner Kamlesh Joshi at Assam
Rifles Battalion Headquarter at Khonsa on December 12.
Dangoria Mela draws record crowds, thousands offer Puja
PASIGHAT, Dec 28: Pasighat came alive once again witnessing the highest footfalls
today to celebrate annual Bura Dangoria Baba Puja with great devotion and enthusiasm.
Thousands of devotees and tourists from different parts of the country thronged the
shrine here to offer 'Puja' to Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati, Ganesha and Nandi.
The lavishly decorated temple and roadside delicacies added to the festive mood besides
the yearly crowd pulling 'mela' organized on the sideline of the celebration.
The local administration made elaborate security arrangements by deploying police
and paramilitary forces to ensure safety of pilgrims and devotees.
The majority of the visitors purchased dresses, decorative and household items including
carpets, metal crafts, bamboo showpieces and sculptures of metal and many rural products
that were put on display in the Mela.
Among the prominent, who prayed for peace and prosperity and took blessings of Dangoria
Baba on the occasion, were MP Ninong Ering, MLA Kaling Moyong, Deputy Commissioner
Nidhi Srivastava, Superintendent of Police Devendar Arya, Chief Engineer (GREF) Pankaj
Kumar, ZPC Kaling Dai, Chief Councilor of Pasighat Municipality Denong Tamuk, former
Minister Bosiram Siram
MLA Moyong personally supervised all preparation and appreciated the district administration
for the arrangements made. DIPRO
Arunachal Govt. to prepare a vision document in 2015: Tuki
Itanagar, Dec 28: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki today said the state
government's New Year resolution is to prepare a vision document 'Vision 2030' for
planned growth in the state.
"We are contemplating micro planning from the block levels by constituting various
committees for suggestions and recommendations to be incorporated in the document,"
Tuki said while addressing party workers at the Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan here to mark
the 129th Congress foundation day.
The Chief Minister exhorted party workers to send inputs and suggestions for incorporating
in the proposed document.
"As Congress is not in power at the Centre, the common fear among the people is that
fund flow will stop. There are opposition parties who are writing to the Centre to
halt development and stop fund flow to the state," he alleged.
Stating that the Constitution provided a federal structure where funds cannot be
stopped, Tuki said the recommendations of the Finance Commission were also constitutionally
Reiterating his stand against the NDA's proposal for re-structuring of the Planning
Commission, the Chief Minister wondered on the need for changing the plan panel instituted
by former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru.
"If there are any shortcomings in the panel, it should be rectified and strengthened.
It could be given a federal structure by taking the opinions of the states," he said.
"A bill to reform the Planning Commission is likely to be moved in the Parliament
and it will easily come through in the Lok Sabha as the ruling party has majority,
but in the Upper House it will face strong opposition," he pointed out.
Referring to various schemes launched recently by the Centre, Tuki said all of them
were old schemes with new nomenclature.
"There is a visible move to dilute Congress' policies and programmes by the present
NDA government at the Centre," he said.
Stating that Arunachal would be a model state in the country soon in terms of cent
per cent population coverage under the ambitious cashless Chief Minister Universal
Health Insurance Scheme, Tuki exhorted party cadres to join hands with the state
government to make the scheme successful and for entire coverage of the population
by March 31 next.
"With Arunachal becoming the best skill development state in the country, in devolution
of powers to panchayati raj institutions, the state will go up to fifth position
in the country from its 27th position," he said urging party workers to work with
team spirit for overall development of the state.
Earlier speaking on the occasion, former MP Takam Sanjoy dispelled fears that the
NDA government at the Centre could stop fund flow to the sensitive border state.
"Let the Centre dare to do it... Such attitude of the Centre will lead to a catastrophe.
Arunachal is an integral part of India and no Prime Minister can neglect the frontier
state," he said adding "If at all Prime Minister Narendra Modi does it, it will be
unbecoming of his post."
Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) president Padi Richo highlighted the
relevance of the day while, associate professor (English) from Dera Natung Government
College Dr M Q Khan spoke on the Congress history.
A short film on the history of the party was also screened on the occasion and cultural
programmes were performed displaying unity in diversity.
Challenges posed to pre-paid energy meters
ITANAGAR, Dec 28: The government's ambitious Pre-Paid Energy Meters and Automated
Remote Metering (AMR) systems which were introduced here last month seems to have
run into problem already as many power consumers are reluctant to have it installed
in their homes.
I clear the electric bill once in every few months. But with the new system in, I
have to worry about time and payment all the time, said a consumer.
Joram Lali, Executive Engineer (E), Capital Electrical Division said that those who
are opposed to the drive are the ones who does not want to clear the bill regularly.
He says that the department have received positive response from the people. Though
there are sporadic cases where people have refused to have it installed, most consumers
are supportive, he said when asked about the reaction of the consumers to the new
The new system is being touted as a tough initiative to arrest leakages of power
as well as non-payment of electricity bills in the Capital.
More than 1000 consumers have had the new system in place already since it was started
early this month. The department hopes to cover 70 percent of the households by March
2015 in the Capital region.
Joram said that if the new system is installed, there will be an end to unauthorised
connections as well power will be saved since consumers will become more energy conscious.
The peak hour demand of 17 MW in the state capital will come down as well because
of awareness and consciousness on power consumption, he adds.
According to power department officials, the pre-paid meters will be fitted at the
homes of about 32,000 consumers with a total cost of Rs 85 crore, including maintenance
charge for a period of five years to be paid to the Udaipur-based Secure Energy Meter
Limited, the implementing agency. With zero installation cost, a consumer can recharge
according to the need, which is intended to fix power wastage.
The government wants to implement the system all over the state in order to stop
unauthorized power tapping.
A year of political adventure
ITANAGAR, Dec 28: Politicians, cutting across party lines did not disappoint this
year with their share of adventure as well as predictability. The April election
saw the Congress come back with a thumping majority even though the Party was clearly
divided into two camps.
The Chief Minister Nabam Tuki took everybody by surprise in the state when he recommended
dissolution of the Legislative assembly at the end of the three day budget session
in March 2014. Just before the budget session, three Ministers, known opposition
to the Tuki camp were dropped. It was masterstroke that literally showed who was
11 Congressmen were sent to the Legislative Assembly without having to stand for
the elections making it easier for the party to concentrate more on the remaining
seats as well as putting more efforts to outdo each other within the party.
With the Congress at the very top, Chief Minister Nabam Tuki further tightened his
grip over the Party. But there is widespread buzz that Chief Minister who is seen
as mild manned politician, eager to please everyone has placed the real power in
the hands of few of his advisors and officers, who are accused of being running the
state at their whims. On the other hand, BJP has been a major gainer this year with
11 MLAs making it to the assembly, a gain of 8 seats in the state. While in the state,
it has kept a very low profile, the Minister of Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju remains
a key player in the centre. While many speculate that he may soon turn his attention
to the state politics, as of now, he seems satisfied with his current role.
The PPA on the other hand is left without any of its MLAs as all of them switched
loyalty to the Congress Party earlier this month, even though it sent six to the
legislative assembly. The MLAs have kept the legacy of Aaya-ram, Geya raam alive
in the state. With most of them joining the party, just prior to the elections because
they could not get tickets from the two major political parties, the move was not
unexpected. But the speed at which they switched sides left even the hardened sceptics
speechless, well almost.
The never ending wait
[ Appu Gapak ]
The process of recruiting 39 posts in the cadre of Arunachal Pradesh Civil Service
Entry Grade (APCS-EG) Group A and 12 posts in the cadre of Arunachal Pradesh Police
Service (APPS-EG) Group A for the year 2013 is probably dead for another year. The
process had begun on February 1st 2013 with the Arunachal Pradesh Public Service
Commission (APPSC) coming up with its notification 'PSC-R/04-2012 dated Itanagar
2013' in all the local dailies inviting candidates for the examination. Since then
it seems to have become an unending affair.
The wait that started with the fight of the 108 rejected applicants filing writ petition
in the high court challenging their rejection and seeking a direction to allow them
to appear in the preliminary examination after correcting/ rectifying the defects
prompting the process to drag on for several months till the date for the preliminary
test of the examination was finally declared on September 22 2013, still lingers
on with the total 645 mains aspirants being made to wait for the fresh dates of the
mains examination yet again!
First it was hanging around for the preliminary examination which was held up for
more than six months. And then now the dates of mains examination has been put to
a halt after it was stopped midway in September last since the alleged leakage of
the General Studies paper-II cropped up.
The whole episode of impasse with the examination and the dilemma that the commission
is causing, many of the aspirants, they say, have lost faith in the commission. Many,
who saw the examination as their way into the brighter future, are no more enthusiastic
about the examination.
"APPSC was the only hope but the present paper leakage has completely shattered my
hope and faith in the commission. Moreover their irresponsible act has loosened my
prolonged preparation. I don't want to write exam under these present commission
with all these members. So far, lots of time and money has been spent on this," said
disheartened Don Pertin. For Pertin, it is the fourth attempt to crack the examination.
"The present members are ineligible in performing their duties. The present situation
is their own creation with improper process of scrutiny, rejection and inclusion
of candidates, copy paste of questions from other exams and lack of expert involvement
in setting papers," he adds.
Another aspirant Toge Rina lamented, "The institute responsible for selecting the
best candidates itself has failed miserably in delivering. It has sealed our fate."
There are many who have left their studies midway just to concentrate in the examination.
"I could not continue my LLB studies as I wanted to concentrate on the exam. But
see I am nowhere now. Neither I have my LLB Degree, nor has the exam happened. I
am stuck in the middle. And this is just my story, there are many more like me,"
says Israel Perme who now views their fight against the commission in the paper leakage
controversy as an emotional fight.
"I completed my LLB degree in 2013 but I couldn't practice as I wanted to devote
my time for the examination. But because of the repeated postponement of the exam,
my juniors have now become seniors," chips in Mepe Ete who said that the enthusiasm
that he had for the exam is now no longer there.
For many, the whole imbroglio has been a bad dream. It has not only shattered their
dream but their family's too.
"I have personally gone through the dilemma of what steps should I take next because
I had lots of expectations from examination, even my family. It is said that we should
never stop dreaming but in such condition of the irresponsible APPSC members, anyone
like me would stop dreaming and would be demoralized naturally. In the beginning,
I was very enthusiastic and fully engrossed getting ready to beat the challenges
of the civil service examination. I have spent huge amount of money for coaching
classes and full of positive energy was imbibed within me which is no more there.
I have lost trust in the prestigious platform. It will be hard for me to regain full
trust and confidence towards it. The zeal which I inculcated in me for preparing
for this exam has shattered down and now it is impossible for me to maintain the
same kind of spontaneous energy which I had earlier. Now I have given up my hope
as only God knows when the main examination will be held. I doubt whether this examination
will be conducted in this lifetime," shared the disillusioned Jombi Jini wondering
over her fate.
Many of the state government employees looking forward for better avenues too had
to bear the brunt.
"Since I am in service, I had to avail leave for the preparation of exam which went
in vain and it has left me physically and mentally drained. I am now disillusioned
with the system. The whole controversy reflects inefficiency and insincerity of the
commission which further is worsened by the inaction of the state government against
the commission. My impression as to this exam being the topmost competitive exam
of the state was a misgiving. Now I have completely lost faith in the integrity of
the commission in conducting the exam," shared an aspirant who is a state government
And meanwhile with the confusion and sense of helplessness that the aspirants are
going through and while the special investigating team (SIT) has been entrusted to
look into the alleged leakage of GS-II mains paper, forcing candidates to wait for
days in bleakness is unfair, unnecessary and unwise.
RGU VC stresses on value based education
RUKSIN, Dec 28: Vice Chancellor of Rajiv Gandhi University Professor Tamo Mibang
stressed on imparting value-based education in schools to shape and mould future
of young students. He was addressing the annual school day celebration of Donyi Polo
Vidya Niketan (DPVN) at Ngorlung near here yesterday.
Today's students are enjoying all minimum required educational facilities at their
door steps as compared to those of some decades ago, he said and advised the students
to aim high, work hard with determination and develop perseverance to achieve their
respective goal in life. He also exhorted the teachers to instill in the young minds
the sense of discipline along with love and respect for the nature and its resources.
Prof Mibang also highlighted the rapid progress made by the country in science &
technology, research and various other sectors.
Dr Hara Kanta Pegu, Principal of Murkongselek College, Assam also attended the function
and advised the young students to develop a competitive mind besides working that
hold the key to success.
(inside page…)State coordinator of ASVS Ashokan KV disclosed their five-pronged education
system, which give equal emphasis on overall physical, mental, spiritual, and personality
development of students.
Earlier, DPVN Principal Ranjit Doley highlighted the activities of the school and
informed that the secondary level institution has introduced five core subjects including
physical education, sangeet and spiritual education besides the regular curriculum.
The day-long programme was attended by guardians, local leaders and Gaon Burahs.
20 selected for Santosh Trophy
ITANAGAR, Dec 28: Arunachal Pradesh Football Association (APFA) has selected 20 players
for the ensuing 69th National Football Championship for Santosh Trophy (North East
zone) scheduled to be held at Morigaon, Assam from January 18, 2015.
APFA has appointed Kipa Bharat and T Wangja as the Head Coach and Assistant Coach
respectively of the state football team for the Santosh Trophy. Bogam Zirdo is the
Team Manager. The Team:
ITANAGAR, Dec 28: Rising Star FC trounced Siang Soccer FC 7-1 in the first ever Talom
Rukbo Memorial Football Tournament at RG Stadium, Naharlagun today.
Franklin Taki of Rising Star, who scored five goals in the match, opened the floodgate
for his team by scoring in the 5th minute. He doubled the score in 14th minutes.
The team was leading Siang Soccer FC 2-0 at half time. Franklin completed his and
tournament's first hat-trick by scoring in 57th minutes. He netted his fourth and
fifth goal in 78th and 80th minutes.
Tomi Panggeng and Talen Gao score one goal each for Rising in 75th and 84th minute.
The lone goal for Siang Soccer FC was scored by Gandhi Taying in 72nd minunte.
Tapak Tali of Rising Star and Tayang Tatak of SSC were shown yellow card for foul
play by Referee Tabom Saroh.
In another match of the day, PTC FC beat Golgi Bote FC 2-1.
Golgi Bote took took an early lead through goal from Kabang Perme in 7th minute which
was equalized by PTC FC's Nong Pangging in 8th minute. The winner was scored by Honuk
Tayeng in 65th minute.
Tajing Bonung of GB FC was shown yellow card for handling the ball, informed the
Almost all of the most polluted cities in India are located in the north with Uttar
Pradesh, Punjab and Rajasthan dominating the list, according to a WHO report on the
most polluted cities in the world published this year. Incidentally, UP, Punjab and
Delhi also lie in the fog belt of northern India and there's evidence to show that
air pollution is worsening the problem.
Of the worst 30 cities, UP laid claim to nine, Punjab to five and Rajasthan to four.
Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra had three cities each while J&K, Bihar and Uttarakhand
had one each. Raipur in Chhattisgarh, Ahmedabad in Gujarat and Delhi rounded out
the list. India has failed to get their act together while tackling pollution issue.
Beside cities, the Indian rivers are also heavily polluted. The government of India
should take note of the WHO’s alarming finding and work towards reducing the pollution
----Readers Forum ----
Let rule of law prevail
The suspension of four officials by the APPSC in the paper leakage issue is a welcome
step though late, if suspended officers are not made the scapegoat. The aspirants
whose life has been put to a standstill since September should get relief at least
to some extent.
It is my personal request to the recruiting agency of Arunachal not to indulge in
corruption at least in recruitment process.
There are hundreds of brainy young boys and girls in Arunachal now. They should be
used for the development of our state.
Else they may choose the wrong path.
Lastly let me congratulate Consultative Committee for breaking the silence of Govt.
Once again I request all the aspirants to go back to their study table and prepare
Hope Commission will conduct fresh examination and let rule of law take its own course
to unearth the truth.
A concerned Parent
Factor responsible for the Law & Order Problem at Daporijo
Through your esteemed daily, I would like to draw the attention of the youths of
Daporijo as well as the parents and guardian. We all wish and expect that the coming
of New Year will bring something new in everyone’s life.
We welcome the New Year by merry making and enjoying with friends and family. But,
when it comes to the youth of Daporijo in groups, they cultivate dissension and bickering
by intoxicating themselves and lose their consciousness toward unscrupulous illegitimate
act. Serving of alcohol (Local Apong) during festive season is common and nobody
cares about age limits for drinking.
As a local denizen of Daporijo I have been observing that during waiting night (31st
December) to till the end of January, the law and order problem of Daporijo remain
highly active. As per the Police record, quarrel, disputes, criminal case are mostly
registered during this season.
Moreover, the recent MMS case has shocked the whole country, the killing of woman
at Aya Marde, rape, theft, usual local conflicts, accidental cases which is continuously
and repeatedly happening in Daporijo is a matter of serious concern and of course
an act of shame. Daporijo has lost its glory and the feature of Daporijo is ugly
and worsening day by day. Why we are living in a dark planet, if we are educated
and intellectual enough to judge the good & bad things? Why our youth and young generation
are diverting themselves toward vicious things which have no personal gain as whole?
Furthermore, celebrating a new year party and other occasion is to bring a transformation
within one’s soul by abandoning evil thoughts, bad habits, dark state of mind and
to adopt a new environment in one’s thought to do good things, but it is bitterly
opposite for some youths of Daporijo, for they think it’s time for drinking alcohol
and poking each other with Lamba Dao, shouting abusive language during late night.
Year after year why our youths are repeating such shameful acts? If, someone has
done wrong then we should never protect them. Rather, we must let them be punished
and teach them a lesson to become good citizen.
Henceforth, this is my sincere appeal to every single citizen of Daporijo to protect
the prestige of Upper Subansiri District. Be free from violence or discord and the
youths of Daporijo should maintain peace and tranquility during festive season.
The authority concern is also appealed to discharge better and regular patrolling
Police Personals for stable law and order system from time to time. Lastly, I hope
this coming new year will be time to transform our self.
With profound respect, I wish you a Happy New Year 2015 and your dynamic team at
The Arunachal Times for success despite all odds.
All Tagin Students' Union
Polo Colony, Daporijo
An administrator on the right path
Through your esteemed daily, I would like to extend a word of praise for our D.C,
Upper Subansiri Komkar Dulom for his good initiatives for the district in general
and the dwellers of Daporijo in particular. Within a short span of his posting at
Daporijo, he has won over the hearts of people by his sincere efforts and work ethics.
I happen to be a dweller of Daporijo since 1982.I have seen many D.C's come and go
but none has left an impact immediately as the present DC in charge. Some of his
initiatives that has the support of one and all includes:-
1)Complete ban on selling of jungle meat and clamp down on the killings of wild animals
and birds; in this regard setting up of forest check gates at the entry points have
helped immensely otherwise anybody visiting the market sheds in Daporijo township
in this time of the year would have been privy to various wild animals and birds
being sold for exorbitant prices.
2)Vast improvement in law and order is another important aspect of his administration
otherwise Daporijo had always been on the news for all the wrong reasons.
3)Working on the initiatives of PM Narendra Modi's Swachch Bharat Abhiyaan, the present
DC's initiative of cooperating and meeting with various public and colonies representatives
for cleanliness and maintenance of drainages, unpaved roads, nallahs etc is worth
applauding as well.
4)Another important aspect of his administration was to issue a ban order and thereby
stopping illegal constructions along the proposed highway connecting Daporijo to
Capital and stretching beyond Daporijo to Takshing via Taliha.
5) As far as his public meetings are concerned; another aspect which he has categorised
as very important is his endeavour to improve the standard of education in the district
May I reiterate, all the above initiatives were undertaken by previous DC's as well
but none has implemented it with the alacrity, speed and with good intention as the
I wish him all the luck and on behalf of the general public extends him all the support
A record breaking recruitment process
Congratulations to the Department of Tax & Excise for the record breaking time taken
in job recruitments.
It has been two years since the day the written test for the post of Constable was
held, yet the results are awaited. Nowhere in the country, not even the UPSC Exams
takes such a long time. One fails to understand the logic behind advertisement when
the need for employee wasn't required at all. In such a situation, one is compelled
to think of foul-play in the recruitment process.
In the past, few letters had been shot by the candidates drawing the attention to
declare the results but it remained unanswered till date.
Though this letter too may go unheard but once again we pray and remain optimistic
that very soon the authority concerned would answer to our prayers by completing
the recruitment process.
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