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Wiper Wednesdays
Although I am fond of most of the programmes aired by a local FM radio, I feel its latest episode of ‘Wiper Wednesdays’ is inappropriate.
India’s match fixing shame
Hurting the game of cricket, considered a religion in India is committing “sacrilege” and people who have been questioned by the Honorable Supreme court, on the findings by the Mudgal Committee, probing spot fixing in the 2013 edition of the IPL should be punished, if found guilty.
Colour discrimination
It was shocking to read the news about the death of a woman due to dark complexion in Kolkata.
Unrest in the Mideast
The killing of another US citizen at the hands of ISIS simply underscores the fact that the militia is undeterred, and is engaged in revenge activities.
Undue charges
This is all about an undue phone bill, which I’m supposed to pay at the end of the day.
Remembering Mandela
Nelson Mandela, the father of freedom, had to overcome so many barriers, so many prejudices and misconceptions, lies and struggles, before he liberated his country.
Baby on board
We come across a vast number of vehicles displaying baby/kid on board stickers.
Ebola concern
This is quite disturbing that apart from British Prime Minister David Cameron, none of the leaders bothered to throw light on the dangers the world faces from Ebola disease.
Salman Khurshid’s jealousy
It is indeed mean and shameful on the part of former external affairs minister of India Salman Khurshid in dismissing the humongous public gatherings that Prime Minister Narendra Modi attracted during his current Myanmar trip, that the prime minister takes people along on his foreign trips to amass crowds and make speeches.
Nehru's legacy debate
Through these columns, I would like to express my views on the article ‘Nehru legacy sparks debate’ (KT, November 14). Jawaharlal Nehru, the architect of modern India, was a determined leader, who upheld the principles of democracy, secularism and peace throughout his life.
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