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Letter to Metropolitan
  By Rev A.P. Jacob and five other priests  
  Most Rev. Dr. Joseph Mar Thoma Metropolitan Most Rev. Dr. Philipose Mar Chrysostom Mar  
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  The writer of "Church, apologise" may be right in his own right. But the moot question should have been that if the clout of the corrupt police, judiciary and politicians could not resist the pressure of a terrorizing Rathore, the school, perhaps, is the weakest link to be blamed. More so no good school, Christian or non- Christian, in this highly corrupt society has the guts to resist governmental pressures even in the matter of admissions.  
  By  Balvinder Posted at 31/12/2009  10:53:40  
  chandigarh    
  Why so much clamour about Ruchika molestation case in which a Haryana police DGP is "finally" convicted?

What was the outcome of a molestation case in which KPS Gill was convicted by the highest court of the country? He is enjoying government security till date and has had held many prestigious advisory-level posts even after his conviction.

None, perhaps, would be surprised if Kasab is convicted and punished for six months in jail after two or so decades of judicial proceedings. Or, maybe he would be deported to Pakistan with honours finding him not guilty on some vague technical ground.

Three cheers for our lackadaisical judiciary!
 
  By  Balvinder Posted at 24/12/2009  05:38:38  
  chandigarh    
  James Chacko's devotional was a refresher to our lives. May God enrich him further. Wishing AJP, HEARLD Team and all the readers A BLESSED CHRISTMAS.
 
  By  Anil Philip Thomas Posted at 22/12/2009  06:33:47  
  Visakhapatnam    
  The article on Hyderabad by J. Sri Raman was remarkable. But I do not know whether the city would remain as charming as it is now when Andhra Pradesh is split into two.  
  By  Anil Thomas Posted at 21/12/2009  07:12:14  
  Hyderabad    
  Congratulations for taking up issues that the mainstream media tends to overlook. The article by J. Sri Raman on the nuclear safeguards and the poignant story of Irom Sharmila narrated by T.N. Sushama are specimens of excellent journalism. I look forward to reading such pieces in the coming days. My best wishes to all those working behind The Herald of India.  
  By  Rakesh Kumar Posted at 15/12/2009  09:04:55  
  New Delhi    
  The interview with the freedom fighter, Mrs. Visharada Hoon, is inspiring. I salute her courage and selfless contribution to the country. I hope the government remembers such personalities for national recognition. Our sincerest best wishes for her.  
  By  Santosh Singh Posted at 04/12/2009  11:52:38  
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