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Sir, I congratulate The Hindu for celebrating the 125th year of its existence. I still remember the evening of September 3, 1939, when the paper brought the news of war being declared to thousands of us on the Marina, where Netaji was addressing a gathering.
Sir, When the U.S. President, John Kennedy, was assassinated in 1963 the only daily here to publish the news on the front page in bold letters was The Hindu. That day, the paper destroyed the already printed page to give this shocking news, notwithstanding the losses it incurred.
Sir, I join your countless readers, admirers and well-wishers in extending my warm and sincere greetings to you on the 125th anniversary. Here's wishing
The Hindu an all-time professional leadership.
P. Mohan Sachdev,
Sir, A reader of three decades, I feel like a fish out of water on the days the newspaper is not published.
Sir, Housewives like me who are not able to attend religious discourses often read the religion column, which is highly informative and educative.
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