This has reference to Arindam Chaudhuri's editorial, "Privatise and Outsource Prisons" (TSI, August 12).
Apropos "Politics of illegal colonies" (TSI, August 12), I would like to first thank Prasoon S Majumdar for bringing out a very crucial issue affecting a large section of the urban dwellers.
This refers to the article "The beginning or the end!" (TSI, August 12) on Assam's ethnic violence.
This is in reference to the article by Prasoon S Majumdar on NCERT textbooks "Black Books" (TSI, July 22).
In the editorial by Arindam Chaudhuri ''As the only national party... India!'', there is no doubt that Pranab Mukherjee will always be known as one of the best Prime Ministers, India has never had.
In reference to the special report "Pride & Prejudice" (TSI, Aug 5) by Ankita Das and Snehangshu Adhikari, the blunt suggestion of police to keep women at home for preventing them from sexual abuses presents the ugliest picture of the insensitivity.
It is in reference to the special report on "Tibetans' immolation" (TSI, July 15). If Beijing officials thought their strong-armed crackdowns earlier this year would put an end to self-immolation protests, they’ve been proved wrong.
In the cover story "The maverick cops" (TSI, July 22), Vasanth Dhoble has been in the news over the past few weeks, having sparked outrage among netizens, eminent personalities and the youth with his raids on Mumbai's popular nightspots.
The recent water crisis in the metro cities once again exposed the hollowness of our extreme claims of being the World's next superpower.
Arindam Chaudhuri deserves kudos for his most precious and praiseworthy work on the lamentable and pathetic condition of present-time Indian media.
The parsimony of the government towards the war-disabled is amply illustrated by the earmarking of just Rs 1 crore annually for nearly 25,000 war disabled personnel, which turns to be a meagre Rs. 400 per person.
The cover story "Peacetime War" (TSI, June 17) was thought-provoking and touching.
With reference to the editorial by Arindam Chaudhuri, "Run! The merchants of death are angry” (TSI, June 17), I would like to state that he has indeed very appropriately categorized the hospitals as 'merchants of death'.
The Special Story on "Royal quick fix?” (TSI, June17) made an interesting read. Jyotiraditya Scindia sounds honest when he says much has to be done in Madhya Pradesh which is bleeding for the need of development in different fields. His pause to the question on unity among the Congressmen in MP and his careful worded replies states the present condition of the Congress workers there.
The article "No love lost redux” (TSI, May 27) by Prashanto Banerji was explicably a superb piece on love and marital affinity.