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Man worth emulating

This refers to "Religion & rockets, the varied interests of Kalam" (April 14), which talks about the coming book of the President. Mr. Kalam says he has been waking up listening to the Venkatesa Suprabhatam of M.S. Subbulakshmi for five decades. He also says that Guru Nanak is his ideal. Mr. Kalam is no doubt an embodiment of secularism. After Mahatma Gandhi, here is a person who is worth emulating. We are proud of you, Mr. President.

R. Radha Krishnan,
Chennai

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