The article “Indians just love to share on mobile, reveals survey” (Nov. 16) was interesting. Travelling around in India and abroad makes us easily aware that our cellphone etiquette in public places like railway compartments is quite poor. Some business people practically run their offices from the train. Others carry on their family quarrels within the hearing of all other passengers. Still others have high decibel cellphones good enough to serve as public address systems. There is hardly any embarrassment in discussing all these matters in public. It’s very selfish and disgusting.

Matthew Adukanil, Dharmapuri

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