The Hindu in School is a very good daily. It bring us lot of knowledge and it is also very attractive with colourful pages. Our day is incomplete without it.
Pramod N.G., Class X, J.N.V. Dharwad
I am a daily reader of The Hindu’s student edition. I love the comic strips and I read page 3 every day. I do the Sudoko everyday. Due to The Hindu in School I love reading.
Anamika Pandey, Class IX, K.V. Pragati Vihar
Lodhi Road, New Delhi
This is in response to the article "Back row tweeters" (Jan. 29). The tweet seat initiative is truly a boon to patrons of fine arts who cannot make it to the gallery or theatre where the performance is staged. Art lovers sure will derive some sense of satisfaction out of it. But then, like every other aspect in the universe, tweet seat comes with its own drawbacks as well. Although striking dialogue, costume and music pieces the show are live-tweeted, nothing can match the experience of watching a live show. In an era where everything from international cricket to royal weddings are available 'live' on the internet, why not theatre performances?
S. Mohna Priyanka, Class XI
Mahatma Montessori MHSS, K.K. Nagar, Madurai