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Letter to the Editor: Gust of fresh air

The intrepid and nonchalant coming of age of a 13-year old, taking her class of boys and girls and school along an exhilarating journey of self-discovery, as narrated almost lyrically by a 44-year old came as a most welcome gust of fresh air.

Letter to the Editor: Atal insulted

Atal Bihari Vajpayee would be shattered seeing that a mob has assaulted a professor who criticised him.

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Letter to the Editor: Instead of Tears

By clearing the amendments to the juvenile justice act and allowing juveniles between the ages of 16 and 18 to be tried and punished as adults for heinous offences.

Letter to the Editor: Jumping the gun

The parliamentary affairs minister is duty bound to urge all NDA MPs to have faith in and bear allegiance to our Constitution.

Letter to the Editor

A biased and faulty interpretation of the Constitution has led to an unfortunate state of affairs.

Letter of the Week Award

The Supreme Court has once again protected the rights of the people by quashing Section 66A of the IT Act,.

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Letter to the Editor: Ban happy

Trying to sweep them under the carpet is no solution.

Letter to the Editor: Proud moment

“Ghar wapsi”-like campaigns portray India in bad light. Such campaigns are abhorrent to the concept of a secular state.

Letters to the editor: A strong bond

A strong bond This refers to ‘Chemistry over history: nuclear logjam clears, big push in defence’ (IE, January 26). This seems to be the best phase in India-US relations. Ties between US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi are so warm that Modi calls Obama by his first name. This is in stark […]

Letters to the editor: Reform, not punish

The Punjab and Haryana High Court must be lauded for taking the first step in the direction of prison reform by allowing inmates the right to conjugal visits (‘Prisoners have right to conjugal visits: HC’, IE, January 7). The Indian judicial system is grappling with huge pendency of cases, which means a large number of […]

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