Letters

Some of the Letters I have published

The cowardice of Trophy Hunters

A ban on importing hunting trophies to the UK has moved a step closer to becoming law with a vote by MPs. Body parts of elephants, bears, lions, hippos and zebras are among those currently allowed to be brought back from hunting trips. However an article by Juliet...

 Reply to a uncouth article on PM Rishi Sunak

My response sent directly to Stewart Lee author of the article below: Dear  Editor Stewart Lees deeply offensive article(Sunday 11 Jan, 2024) crossed all boundaries when he wrote that PM Rishi Sunak was either a moron or a bastard. To use this kind of language for the...

A tribute to Benjamin Zephaniah

My letter published in the Guardian. A tribute to a great poet, animal rights activist an advocate for justice. The passing away of Benjamin Zephaniah is a great loss to the vegan and animal rights movement. He campaigned for a better world in which humans would...

A film made to denigrate India

An article appeared in the Guardian(14/11/2023) regarding a film made by India origin Canada citizen Nisha Pahuja. The film called, 'To kill a Tiger' is about sexual crimes in India. The article is written by an Iranian Guardian correspondent Saeed Kamali Dehgan. Here...

A reply to a diabolical article!

Rowan Moore in his article the new Indian Parliament, 'A fresh era for India or a ham-fisted ego trip' (Sunday Observer 26 March) indulges in a pretty offensive India and Modi bashing. Quoting the opponents of Modi he questions the need to remake the old parliament...

The meat that COP27 is not talking about

Article Published in the Sunday Guardian Mumbai Nitin Mehta, November 12, 2022,   According to Gidon Eshel, a geophysicist, when you eat a steak, you kill a lemur in Madagascar. You eat a chicken, you kill an Amazonian parrot.As world leaders meet in...

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