Sour Grapes for British Press?

While people of Gujarat, India and indeed rest of the world appreciate and admire 182 meter high Sardar Vallabhai Patel’s “Statue of Unity” as one of the wonders of modern world, dwarfing the popular tourist attraction in New York harbour, “Statue of Liberty” a gift to American people from people of France; as well as 153 meter tall “Spring Temple Buddha” in China; English media, as usual were critical of BJP government and in particular PM Narendra Modi.

Sardar stands tall

A tallest bronze statue measuring 182m high, costing some £350 million pounds erected in Gujarat at the river island facing Sardar Sarovar Dam on river Narmada in Rajpipla ,62 miles from Vadodra has been initiated and proudly unveiled by Narendra Modi. There has been lot of criticism and protest for justification of the staggering cost. This statue is the symbol of unity. Annexation of 565 states into new forming country India was not an easy task at the time. Sardar, a selfless, determined statesman...

While people of Gujarat, India and indeed rest of the world appreciate and admire 182 meter high Sardar Vallabhai Patel’s “Statue of Unity” as one of the wonders of modern world, dwarfing the popular tourist attraction in New York harbour, “Statue...

A tallest bronze statue measuring 182m high, costing some £350 million pounds erected in Gujarat at the river island facing Sardar Sarovar Dam on river Narmada in Rajpipla ,62 miles from Vadodra has been initiated and proudly unveiled by Narendra...

Why do Pakistanis hate being called “Pakis” when Australians are happy to be called “Aussies”, ditto New Zealanders “Kiwis”, Americans “Yanks”, British “Brits” and people from Thailand “Thais”?

In retirement, most people have nothing much to do especially when it comes to putting pen to paper. People join clubs and groups to spend time at leisure and feel that they belong to that group. 

Your front page article, “Marginalisation angers British Sikhs” (AV dated 27/10/2018) is timely reminder that racism is alive and kicking, although compared to what we suffered in late sixties when we first arrived, it is less open and more...

Thank you for your article on Food Allergy Warning. So sorry to learn about the deaths in your article. I am also a sufferer of food intolerance. My first experience was in June 1962 at College Hostel, with swelling around the eye and frequent...

Not so long ago, NHS used to be under tremendous pressure during winter months. But now pressure is on throughout the year, even during warm, pleasant summer months when NHS staffs should have time to relax and catch-up on the rest and sleep...



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