Left out of the loop
Apropos of Rajdeep Sardesai’s article Karat and stick (August 17), it is advisable that the Left should not create such a brouhaha on the 123 agreement.Updated: Aug 21, 2007 23:33 IST
Apropos of Rajdeep Sardesai’s article Karat and stick (August 17), it is advisable that the Left should not create such a brouhaha on the 123 agreement. The Left should not forget that India is regarded as a responsible N-power State and such petty clashes within the ruling coalition can only tarnish the nation’s image on the international stage.
Saad Ullah Khan, Aligarh
Rajdeep Sardesai has put our communists in their place. Most of them enjoy a luxurious life while spouting high philosophy. They will be the main losers in the event of elections now.
Ruathurr Ngaihte, via e-mail
All aspects of the nuclear deal must be made clear before it is operationalised. The ambiguities should be eliminated. If any confusion remains in the deal, we could be in trouble. We must endeavour to safeguard our interests first.
Mohan Daniel, Delhi
Apropos of the report Fatwa offers unlimited money to kill Taslima (August 18), only in India can anybody issue a fatwa without bothering about the law of the land, and no case is filed against him. When will the government wake up and take notice of such nonsense utterances of a few people?
RR Kishore, Faridabad
Anil Anand in J&K plans go down the drain (July 25), claims his report is based on the findings of my recent visit to J&K. Along with M. Sadana, Regional Director (N), India Tourism, New Delhi, I visited J&K between June 28 and July 4. The joint report of our visit has not yet been prepared. Further, neither of us has met or shared any information with Anand, who has dragged my name in his report.
Kailash Pati, Advisor (Tourism)
HT correspondent replies: I stand by my story. It was based on information received by me from J&K government sources.
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First Published: Aug 21, 2007 23:31 IST