Our futures are burning with the Amazon
Our readers have their say about the Amazon forest, Arun Jaitley, redistribution of wealth and health
In response to your online story Macron says Amazon wildfires an 'international crisis' as Jair Bolsonaro blames NGOs (August 25), I hope everyone understands how dangerous this is and how critical this issue is to our survival.
Abdullah Husamo, Dubai
Condolences to Arun Jaitley’s family, he was a great man
I write to you in reference to your article Arun Jaitley, former Indian finance minister, dies at 66 (August 24).
The death of India's Finance minister is a great loss to the country's politics and to the BJP. He was a soft spoken, knowledgeable individual and a well versed politician who worked on varying portfolios with talent.
He was one of the strong figures of the BJP and a guiding force for the party. In addition to his passion for politics, he also loved cricket.
His legacy will continue forever. I pray for the departed leader and my heart goes out to his grieving family.
K Ragavan, Bengaluru
World's richest should give something back
Regarding your story Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar named as one of the world's highest-paid actors – here's what he earned (August 23), these people earn so much money, yet the world is still suffering, which I don't get. I'd like to know about the billionaires who build schools and homes instead.
Name withheld by request
It takes a healthy mind and body to succeed
With reference to the story about the Free three-day yoga festival set to take place in Dubai this November (August 23), this is a great awareness drive. Wealth is of no use without health. In this day and age, it takes a nation that is both educated and fit to dominate on the global stage.
Mumtaz Ahmad, India
Updated: August 25, 2019 07:50 PM