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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
This refers to the editorial, “BMC: winners, losers” (February 24). The results of the local bodies’ election in Maharashtra are a huge relief for the BJP and equally a setback for the Congress and other parties who had been cornering the BJP on demonetisation. The Congress and the Nationalist Congress...
Sir — This refers to the editorial, “BMC: Winners, losers” (February 25). Both Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and the BJP must be complimented for an outstanding performance in the Maharashtra civic elections. If the Shiv Sena, which is an ally of the BJP in the State, was not...
Sir — This refers to the report, “Jaya’s niece floats new outfit on Amma’s birth anniversary” (February 25). The gravest bane of India is its innumerable political parties and leader,s and yet many dejected, disillusioned and misled politicians, irrespective of their merit and talent, often break away from their parties...
Sir — This refers to the article, “Now it will rain benefits from the sky” (February 24) by Kumar Chellappan. The Indian Space Research Organisation is going from strength to strength, and we should express our gratitude to our scientists who have transcended the forbidden frontiers. Why must we worry...
Sir — This refers to the article, “Defence Minister India should not have had” (February 23) by Claude Arpi. I got an opportunity to attend a meeting in 1966, where Krishna Menon was directly asked about his views on the Chinese aggression. Back then, I was a PhD scholar at...
This refers to the editorial, “Air pollution a real threat” (February 23). Given the harmful effects of air pollution on human health, animals and environment, it is time the Government takes preventive measures to stop this health hazard. Time-tested steps like improving the public transport system will reduce the number...
Sir — This refers to the editorial, “BMC: Winners, losers” (February 24). Coming close on the heels of Odisha panchayat elections, where the BJP stood second after the Biju Janata Dal, the Maharashtra municipal corporation elections have added another feather to the party’s cap. The results of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation...
Sir — This refers to the editorial, “Air pollution a real threat” (February 23). High levels of air pollution in Indian cities continue to be a cause of concern for the health of its citizens. A sharp rise in the number of vehicles on the roads has made the picture...
Sir — This refers to the declaration made by over a thousand people from various faiths saying, ‘I am a Muslim too’, as they assembled at Times Square to express solidarity with the Muslim community and protest against US President Donald Trump’s immigration policies. The report invites some questions and...
This refers to the article, “Jobs in the Mahatma's name” (February 23) by Shreya Kedia. In his Budget speech this year, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley signalled achche din for the rural economy and backed his words with increased allocations under the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana, integration of Primary...
27 Feb 2017 | SRIKANTA K TRIPATHY | Bhubaneswar
The Block Grant teachers have threatened to take to streets once again in March and are planning to intensify their agitation by various means, including boycott of evaluation of answer scripts. The Block Grant teachers in the high schools had boycotted the PRI election over the Government’s apathy towards their demand for suitable salary...
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