Rebuttal and strong objection on the ‘NEWS item’

Sir, I take this opportunity to put on record strong objection & rebuttal on the said ‘news item’ which mentions that Education Secretary Madhu Rani Teotia i.e., the undersigned actions are against the decision of State Govt. It is surprising to note that an esteemed newspaper like yours has published a ‘news’ which is wrong, devoid of facts, unverified, misleading and does not make any sense. There is no such proposal for out of turn promotion of serving teachers to meet up the requirement of subject teachers. On the contrary,…

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Campaign seeking CBI probe  

Dear Sir, A help desk was set up on Thursday at RGU campus appealing to the students to show solidarity for the demand of CBI by signing in a petition campaign through a website change.org, which was wholeheartedly supported by the RGUSU and RGUSF led by the president and team along with the IPR of RGUSF Prem Taba and former members of RGUSU. The main motive towards this campaign was to garner the support from the masses who are unaware of such unprecedented murder cases and rising crimes in Arunachal, for…

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Bureaucrat should not undermine Govt

Sir, Through esteemed columns of your daily, I would like to draw attention of the authority concerned that the commitment of present state government to education secretary education secretary Madhu Rani Teotia. Interestingly, her actions are going against the decision of state government led by Chief Minister Pema Khandu at the initiative of Education Minister Honchun Ngandam. The state has been facing acute shortage of subject teachers but instead of facilitating creation of posts and their recruitment, she feels out of turn promotion of serving teachers could meet the requirements. Lawmakers…

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Beware miss-propagators!

Dear Sir, I would like draw kind attention of those who matter through this column of your daily about some misgiving being circulated through social media, particularly Voice of Arunachal, besides posters that hospital authorities are selling donated blood for lakhs of rupees. State Blood Transfusion Council and few benevolent social organizations have been managing voluntary blood donation with lot of constraints, difficulties and with great enthusiasm to save precious lives. Such miss propaganda discouraged us many a times to stop this voluntary work, but call of conscious has been…

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Have they forgotten Pinch already? 

There is a saying that “A friend in need is a friend in deed’’, but there is also another infamous thought that professes, “There are no permanent enemies and no permanent friends, only permanent interests”. This is true of politics, isn’t it? But, does it always have to be about interests? What about humanity? What about the various relationships that we build over the years; as young and adults? Do we forsake all of them for our interests? We lost our father eight months ago. We lost him to a…

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Withhold Smart/Virtual classrooms project

Sir, Though the columns of your esteem daily, the undersigned would like to urge the above authorities to withhold Smart/Virtual classrooms project. The project aims at to serve as a mechanism to bridge the gap to ensure quality education in each secondary and HS schools by enabling computer aided learning under CM’s Adhunik Shiksha Yojna to cover nearly 1500 classrooms. Deputy Chief Minister Chowna Mein while presenting 2017-18 budget on March 10 last had announced allocation of Rs 30 crore for this innovative project and the GoAP signed MoU on…

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Colony dwellers indebted for bridge renovation

Sir, Through the columns of your esteemed daily, residents of Economics & Statistics Colony would like to extend heartfelt thanks to local MLA-cum-PWD & UD Parliamentary Secretary Techi Kaso, Capital Complex DC Prince Dhawan, Naharlagun PWD  division EE Techi Nabo, AE Pema Dorjee and JE B P Mishra for their support in renovation the hanging bridge which was on the verge of collapse. The hanging bridge, which connects Police Colony with Economics & Statistics Colony, is lifeline for the students of different schools situated on the other side. The bridge remained…

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Open letter of harassment by Lohit DC

Sir, With deepest anguish and frustration over mental harassment given to me by Lohit Deputy Commissioner Karma Leki, I am compelled to write this open letter to inform you all that my building under construction at Zekon village, Tezu was damaged accidentally due to felling of trees by Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd (PGCIL), while laying power transmission lines in March 2018. The PGCIL had compensated me and deposited the amount by name in DC’s account (No 32371617365) on June 5, 2018 through RTGS No 01506186792. But for reasons…

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How long to wait for truth behind late Pinch’s mysterious death?

Dear Sir, Expressing her dismay over inordinate delay into the probe of my father’s death and recovery of his mortal in mysterious condition six months ago, daughter of former lawmaker late Ngurang Pinch, in a letter to the chief minister, she wrote: “I only ask one question to you today, will you uphold your promise of handing over the case to the CBI, now that the two months’ time-bound investigations by the reconstituted SIT is over? How long will my family and I have to wait? A year? Perhaps forever? Because right…

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A sole sparkling star in the dark

Sir, I would like to draw attention of the masses about the selfless service of a life giver though the columns of your daily. Blood transfusion service is a vital part of National Health Service as there is no substitute for human blood and its components. Human blood is covered under the definition of ‘drug’ under Sec. 3(b) of Drugs & Cosmetics Act. Hence, it is imperative that blood banks need to be regulated under the Act and rules there under. It is the sole responsibility of the Govt to make…

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