Letters to the Editor

Read the previously published ‘Letters to the Editor’ below:

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR- Community policing, an answer to crime against women in Meghalaya?

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR- Frequent power shutdowns in Laitkor a menace

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Tourism in Northeast India to soar higher

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR- Shillong Bank horror: Customer relations etiquette thrown out of the window!

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR- Students’ or labourers: Where does the buck stop?

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Meghalaya en-route to becoming the rape capital?

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR- Has Guwahati become a sports magnet of Northeast India?

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Will shifting the military base be an answer to Shillong’s Traffic woes?

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: 24-hrs, Eight deaths- The shameful plight of Assam’s Health Sector!

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: The horrors of journeying home by a cab in Shillong

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: OCTOBER 3, 2017

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: September 27, 2017

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR- September 26, 2017

Contributor’s Guidelines: Letters to the Editor

We publish letters to the editor in our Readers Write column, which appears in each monthly magazine issue (print edition) and online in our “Letters to the Editor” section at thenortheasttoday.com.

Readers Write is a forum for readers to comment on news articles, features, and commentary that appeared in a recent TNT magazine. We welcome letters from a wide variety of perspectives, especially those that make a sincere, constructive contribution to the discussion raised by TNT articles. Published letters are subject to editing for reasons of space, tone, style, accuracy, and clarity.

How to submit

To be considered for publication, your letter must:

  • Refer to a specific article that appeared in a monthly magazine issue of the Monitor within the past two months
  • Not exceed 200 words in length
  • Be your original work, AND not submitted elsewhere (no form letters)
  • Include your full, real name and the city, state, and country where you reside. A daytime phone number is also required. (That number won’t be published, but we may need to be able to reach you during the editing process.)

Unfortunately, we cannot print every letter, but we value your feedback and appreciate your insights. If your comment is accepted for publication, we will contact you to notify you when the letter will appear.

Please note

Because of the volume of e-mails we receive, we cannot acknowledge each submission, but we do read all legitimate correspondence.

Gift Card is offered for the ‘Letter of the Month’.