Letter to the Guardian

Dear Rajat KhoslaYour article in today’s Guardian ( 2 October 2020 ) is short on facts which is a pity and a sad reflection on Amnesty. The government of India had asked for the sources of the huge amount of money that was coming to Amnesty International. Your...

Letter to the Guardian, 18 Feb. 2021

Dear EditorYour sport correspondent Jonathan Liew’s article (India protests highlights uncomfortable links between cricket and establishment) is very much out of depth with reality and parsimonious with facts. It is obvious politics is not his forte.He calls the...

Where were the Indian Lords?

On Monday 15 March 2021 the House of Lords repeated what the House of Commons had done earlier which is to condemn India and the so-called loss of freedom in the country. One Lord said that up to now India had followed a democratic path which the British left in...

Advice to the Guardian, 6 May 2021

Enjoyed reading Kathrine Viner’s comprehensive report on the eve of the Guardians 200th birthday(Times change but Guardians values don’t). As Kathrine says that the readership is no longer the liberals of Manchester, it is now national and international....

Compassion in World Farming

Nitin Mehta MBE Nitin founded the Young Indian Vegetarians Society and is well known for organising high profile campaigns. Nitin is regularly published in the national press. He received an MBE in 1999 for his services to the community and has received the Ahimsa...

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