Letters to the Editor – March 2020

Diverse subjects, colourful photos Trustee Chair-elect K R Ravindran’s views on the new programmes and priorities of the Foundation at the International Assembly were really a motivating. I contribute every year on July 1 a small amount to TRF. Even though it is small, I make it a habit.

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Letters to the Editor – February 2020

Group dynamics in Rotary The article Group dynamics work best in Rotary: Shekhar Mehta gives excellent guidelines to newly-inducted Rotarians. A collective team of Rotarians makes it possible to do noble work for society. The eradication of polio from India is one such group dynamics at work. This

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Letters to the Editor

Positive Health, Literacy are important I’m addicted to reading Rotary News on my 30-minute train journey from Airoli, Navi Mumbai, to Nerul and back. Reading the wonderful articles is like having a delicious breakfast after the first one at home. The August issue was impressive with touching personal

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Letters to the Editor – June 2019

  Rich content The May issue looks very attractive with the cover photo of RIPE Mark Maloney and Gay. Maloney’s interview by the Editor is worth reading, containing many valuable ideas which can take Rotary to greater heights. The Editorial ‘Let’s celebrate our gigantic democratic

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Letters to the Editor – May 2019

A clear, blunt message Rasheeda Bhagat has put certain points bluntly without mincing words while reporting incoming RIDE Bharat Pandya’s address in Let’s not make Rotary a touch and go organisation. “Poor planning and improper leadership positions is another drawback.” This is true. With improper planning, many clubs

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RI Director Bharat Pandya is Treasurer for Rotary International for 2020-21, when Holgar Knaack will be RI President, JohritaSolari will be the Vice President and Stephanie Urchick, the Executive Committee Chair.