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Congress General Secretary Digvijaya Singh has asked questions of Arvind Kejriwal, perhaps to divert attention from the various scams involving the Congress and from Kejriwal's "exposes" on Robert Vadra and Salman Khurshid ('Why no donor details on NGO's websites? Digvijaya Singh asks Arvind Kejriwal', IE, October 20). The Congress-led government may ask any investigative agency to start a probe and find answers to the questions raised by Singh, but it should also set up investigations on tainted members of the party. The government should not waste its time raising ridiculous questions on non-issues.
— Danendra Jain
IT WAS amusing to learn that Digvijaya Singh had sent a list of 27 questions to Arvind Kejriwal . The general secretary's credibility, along with that of his party, has taken a battering lately, with allegations flying thick and fast. The aam aadmi may want to ask the
Congress several questions instead, on Bofors and the Zakir Hussain Trust and other matters. Kejriwal has done the right thing by ignoring Singh.
— Krishna Kumar
What of romance?
I OFFER my heartiest condolences to the family of the legendary director Yash Chopra, who passed away on Sunday ('Yash Chopra dies, before swan song "Jab Tak Hai Jaan" hits screens', IE, October 22). His death perhaps marks the end of the romantic era in Indian cinema. He made his directorial debut in Dhool Ka Phool, which was a great success. The songs in the film, sung by Mahendra Kapoor, are memorable. Chopra produced and directed romantic films that will be remembered for generations to come. His experimental film Itteffaq, which had no songs in it, featured Rajesh Khanna and Sharmila Tagore and was also a great success. Yash Chopra's fans now wait with bated breath for his last directorial venture, Jab Tak Hai Jaan, which will be released next month.
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