Letters



Treatment of women

This is with reference to the report “Husband sets wife on fire in Pakistan” (April 20). The man killed his wife for not seeking his permission to visit her sister. That is outrageous.



Rahul is back

I read with interest the report “Rahul leads anti-Modi rally in Delhi” (April 20). It is heartening to note that the scion of the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty is trying to stage a comeback.



IS’ growth

As per media reports, the self-proclaimed Islamic State is making its presence felt in Afghanistan as well.



Occupying force

These days, European officials are busy handling the issue of growing xenophobia in their respective countries.



Beautiful Diriyah

In the report King Opens Historic Diriyah Project (April 11), Diriyah is described as a “modern example of an urban oasis.” The phrase so accurately captures the beauty of a quaint yet modern district



Unending conflicts

There was a time when animals in jungles feared the humans. Since the human race finds hunting its own kind more thrilling, there is reportedly uninterrupted peace and harmony in jungles nowadays.



Arms industry

This is with reference to the article “Militarization of the Middle East” (April 18) by Abdulrahman Al-Rashed. I fully agree with the views expressed by the writer.



UN resolution

The UN resolution against the Houthis and former Yemeni president and his son is huge diplomatic victory for the Saudi Arabia-led coalition.



Craving for peace

This refers to the report “Violent clashes erupt in Kashmir over arrest of separatist leaders” (April 18).



Ban intermarriages?

A Saudi scholarship student in Britain has discovered a new genetic mutation that leads to muscle atrophy, weakened limbs and total paralysis in some cases.

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