Knowledge is power.
No life without Sun
Thoughts exchanged is knowledge gained.
Like many other members and also the writer has pointed out that many of us only go through our favorite section. I do go with the headlines and if find it eye catching, go to the content. But reading the editorial always help.
Good point that has being put forward by the writer and very good post for ISC.
“Each day provides its own gifts.” —Marcus Aurelius
Now daily I purchase Deccan Chronicle and Eenadu in Telugu. I read Editorials in both the papers. Eenadu uses a very good language and the way they deal with the subject is good.
Sometime when I don't have time I may skip the English paper but I will not miss the Telugu paper. The remaining paper I see only headings and if any interesting issue is there I read it completely. I never leave sports page without reading the details about any cricket match played, or that is being played.
I am particularly fond of the works of a few columnists and appreciate their honest views - Radhika Vaz, Sagarika Ghose, Jug Suraiya, Bachi Karkaria, Tavleen Singh and surprisingly even Chetan Bhagat, to name a few. These columnists give an accurate picture of what is happening, around us, without mincing words.
I am not a fan of Chetan Bhagat's other works, but quite like the way he writes in the columns (though I've not seen his columns for some time). He writes simple, and to the point, something that even a school going kid would understand. I love the humour that Radhika Vaz brings into her writings and the puns used by Bachi Karkaria.
'A love affair with knowledge will never end in heartbreak' - Micheal Garrett Marino