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Letters to the Editor: May 09, 2019

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Yechury should first change his name

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Outdated left-leaders like Sitaram Yechury should be condemned in strongest terms for his unwarranted provoking of Hindus by saying that Hindu epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata are full of violence. So-alleged violence during periods of Ramayana and Mahabharat were to teach a befitting lesson to wrong-doers, and any such act cannot be termed as violence. By this definition, Yechury can even criticize the Indian army to be violent when it has to react against terrorism and attack from other countries like Pakistan.

The fashion of provoking majority Hindus through such pseudo-secularists for vote-bank politics of minority-appeasing must be effectively checked by lodging possible cases through legal provisions. It is an irony that many such left leaders have their names like Sitaram or Kanhaiya. If they are so much allergic to Hinduism, they should first change their names.

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Subhash Chandra Agrawal


Right step taken by MMRDA

After recurring incidents of a bridge collapse, the agencies responsible for their upkeep are coming up with innovative ways to protect themselves. The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has decided to take one such ingenious preventive measure. It has decided to remove all roofs from the 21 foot over bridges (FOBs) on Western and Eastern Express Highway.  The authority believes that by removing roofs, it will help to reduce the load on these structures thereby enhancing their lives. It is a right step in the right direction under the critical position of falling FOBs in the city causing extensive damage to the lives of the people.

C.K. Subramaniam


Mumbai makes to IPL final

The game of cricket is truly well played in the Indian cricket headquarters and Mumbai Indians achieved an emphatic win against Chennai Super Kings and proceeded to the final of IPL12 championship.  It was a clinical show by the Mumbai Indian bowlers well supported by their batsman in a key battle. Suryakumar Yadav came to light with an unbeaten 71 off 54 balls helped MI beat CSK in the first IPL qualifier. However, Chennai have another chance to make it to their eighth summit clash when they play the winner of Eliminator match and the final is expected to be of a high standard. The game of cricket was the winner in the IPL Qualifier as the spinning track failed to win the match for the home side and the Mumbai Indians made a match of it and reached the finals. Kudos to Mumbai outfit.

Gundu Nikhil Mani

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