- 1 Some of my write-ups posted to different newspapers and weeklies (published and unpublished) Some could fetch some prize awards.
- 2 FOLLOW SUIT: A Write-up published in the Sunday Indian Weekly
- 3 To Read it in the original size please click on the image
- 4 FOLLOW SUIT
- 5 NUTTY MUTTS
- 6 NAILED, AT LAST
- 7 IT’S A SOCIAL CRISIS
- 8 ANIMAL RIGHT ACTIVISTS AND THE COMMON MAN
- 9 THE SKY IS THE LIMIT
- 10 LOOKING TO THE FUTURE
- 11 Rahul Gandhi
- 12 “DON’T BE LENIENT” ONE OF MY WRITE-UPS APPEARED IN INDIA TODAY
- 13 Dear Readers, Your Attention Please!
Some of my write-ups posted to different newspapers and weeklies (published and unpublished) Some could fetch some prize awards.
Last updated on August 2, 2018.
FOLLOW SUIT: A Write-up published in the Sunday Indian Weekly
To Read it in the original size please click on the image
Your Independence Day Special Issue (August 15-21) made our week. The unsung heroes you brought out through TSI’s pages
were really praiseworthy. Kerala’s Fidel Story reveals much about an environmentalist and his one-man army. Though Kerala is
famous for its lush green surroundings, much need to be done to protect its environment. Prof. Sobhindran Mash is doing
yeoman’s service even though he is above 60 years of age. We need to preserve our earth’s resources more than ever before, as
our very existence depends on them. we especially need to save our trees. we need to create awareness among people about the
importance of preserving nature. Every state government should take note of this and make all efforts in order to save our earth
from the menace of global warming
Philip Verghese ‘Ariel, Secunderabad
Nuts about Mutts was a good piece. No doubt, a dog is a friend in need. I appreciate your concern for them, but your readers have much higher expectation from you. They prefer serious matters from your pen. Let such subjects be given to Manekas’ and Amalas’ It’s really a boring subject, which people like you should not deal with. At the same time, there is a danger of dreaded rabies from them. There are injections available in plenty, but ‘Prevention is better than cure’. One thing I noticed in the piece is that you did not even mention the problems faced by the common man (two-wheeler drivers and the pedestrians) because of stray dogs.
NAILED, AT LAST
IT’S A SOCIAL CRISIS
This is with reference to the cover story The real crisis? It is sad to note the sorry state of our judiciary. The supposed fences and protectors are digging the structure. The new Chief Justice’s statement that judges should not be made to declare their assets is rather upsetting. What ‘integrity made him make such an outrageous statement? In a democracy, all are equal before the law. Y K Sabharwal’s and Bhalla’s dealings should be thoroughly checked and action should be taken. No corrupt person should occupy the seat of justice. People have suffered enough from the corrupt system.
ANIMAL RIGHT ACTIVISTS AND THE COMMON MAN
THE SKY IS THE LIMIT
LOOKING TO THE FUTURE
Apropos the editorial (TSI October 8, 2007) on the appointment of Rahul Gandhi, it rightly presented the fact that India can achieve much through its young blood. As opined, it is an uphill task for these youngsters, especially Rahul Gandhi. Yet, like his father, he will surely cross all hurdles. And as you pointed out: if this move is replicated by other parties it can create a revolution. If the youth join hands they can definitely lead India to a corruption-less, violence-less, peaceful future. However, if they stick to their seniors’ policies then it will end in disaster. Let the youths (irrespective of party lines) come forward and lead India into a glorious future.
“DON’T BE LENIENT” ONE OF MY WRITE-UPS APPEARED IN INDIA TODAY
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