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Very true. Roads and monsoon, my God, never get along and the situation is so hopeless that something definitely needs to be done to put our woes to an end.
Vasupradha M. (via go-nxg.com) on “Steering My Titanic”
“Nowhere to go…”
Excellent article. Request all the readers to forward it to their apartment associations. It’s time we made a difference. The typical response of associations is “we have other important issues to tackle. No need to bring the issue of pets now.” If all issues have to be solved before enhancing the quality of life in our apartments, then that day might never come. Our kids will grow up and leave, residents will come and go, and we will still have issues to solve. Water, security etc. are default areas about which residents will have differing opinions. Take any association in Chennai and water is something that they will be tackling. This is just an attempt to introduce other beings into our community living! What better opportunity than this to teach the kids about compassion and respect for living forms other than ours? We have open spaces and eager kids. It’s up to us adults to make the first move.
Kartik (via go-nxg.com)
I completely agree with the article. I stand with in creating awareness among people against banning pets. In fact, the truth is we are all part of the nature, as a part of mother Earth, it is us who have occupied the space and caused in the extinction of so many beautiful creatures with our cruel acts. Let’s make up for what we have done to Earth and show some respect for each and every organism. Let’s start by encouraging the adoption of pets.
Rohit Babu, Accenture Services (via go-nxg.com)
Normally, I don’t glance at NXg thinking it is not in the genre of 75+. But, I chanced upon the article written by Jayanthi in “My Space”, and got floored by the subject she has chosen and her powerful writing. I had never questioned the usage or accuracy of Pi in all mathematics related to circle but she has so wonderfully brought in the philosophy of approaching perfection in all things around us. So much from so young a student!
S. Sankar, Perungudi, on “In pursuit of perfection”
People nowadays want to go through the daily journal all at once in a short span of time like while eating breakfast. So more illustrations with concise matter will help us absorb the matter easily. Also, bullet points spares us much time on reading any particular aspect. My suggestion is to put this issues page little fore instead of publishing in middle.
S. Anand Babu, M.B.A, R.M.D Engineering College
Bring it back!
“Think About It” was a column which appeared in NXg when it was first introduced. I used to love NXg just for that column! There was a picture every week and many responses splashed in from different minds! Please try to bring that column back and provoke our thoughts!
Uma Devi, Pursuing CA
Aravind’s “Theory of insensitivity” that appeared in the “My Space” column cannot be completely dismissed as a crap! He is right! People today are exposed to violence more and more in all forms through various media, especially in serials and movies! This makes them more insensitive, even to social issues in real life! I feel this impact is more on kids. They seldom show any discomfort or fear to watch violent scenes in movies and serials. Hope this syndrome does not grip all of our nxg!
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