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To remain relevant, CBI must solve Aarushi murder case

india Updated: Jan 03, 2011 21:27 IST

With reference to the editorial Live to bungle another day (Our Take, December 31), it is disappointing that the CBI has failed to crack the Aarushi Talwar murder case. The Noida police cannot be exonerated either as they damaged the case by their shoddy investigation, destroying crucial forensic evidence and a portion of the post-mortem report. Such acts of negligence create the perception that the police is trying to shield the guilty. The CBI should try to solve this case otherwise people’s faith in the justice delivery mechanism will suffer a setback. -- Ujjal Dutta, Delhi

Ringing in the new

The editorial A message from 2012 (Our Take, January 1) is indeed interesting as the year 2010 had its share of scams and corruption cases which could have been avoided with timely action. Lessons learnt from the past must be inculcated to ensure that we do not repeat the mistakes of 2010, as the sequence of events occurring this year will affect the proceedings of the next year. Rajan Kalia, via email

PM must analyse

The report PM hopes for a new beginning in 2011 (January 1) is assuring for the people as the prime minister failed in all fronts in 2010. In spite of some of the bold steps he took, he failed to control the rise in food prices or stem corruption. If the prime minister is serious about addressing the problems that affect the masses, he must analyse why there is so much gap between the price farmers get for vegetables for farmers and what consumers pay. He must let a team of accountants work out a price formula. -- C S Gupta, Delhi