Babasaheb would have laughed at it
Cartoons are an inoffensive form of humour that depict irony in a manner that a thousand words cannot. What will India be if it drives out humour from its soil? Ambedkar is an iconic figure and did us proud with his scholarship and far-sightedness. But let’s not insult his very fine, tolerant and liberal humanness.
Refer to ‘Drawing a Dangerous Line’ by Shoma Chaudhury, 26 May. A very well-analysed write-up. It is true the Indian Parliamentarians of all hues, irrespective of the political parties they belong to, have stooped down to denigrate the August institution to nurture their selfish ambitions to be in power.
KEWAL KHANNA, ON EMAIL
Refer to ‘The Power of One’ by Sunaina Kumar, 19 May. It’s a pleasure to know people like Aamir are doing so much for the nation. I am a so skills trainer for students and corporates. When I’m face to face with the youngsters, I feel they need a catalyst in their lives. I rarely watch TV, but this man has changed me and I’m hooked to his show.
SHAIFALI VEDA, ON EMAIL
Refer to ‘The Anatomy of a Rape’ by Nishita Jha, 31 March. You have highlighted the plight of rape victims in India very well. The Indian justice system is so flawed that the women who report such crimes are not likely to get justice. If at all, they would face serious harassment and further emotional abuse. Plus, our society is really cruel to the victims. I wish there