Ramesh J Jethwani

Ramesh G Jethwani is a prolific “Letters to Editor writer/columnist, who over the decades has written over a thousand “Letters to editor” and few columns, which have been widely published in leading newspapers in India and in GCC(Gulf countries),These letters to editor/ Columns are a testimony to the power of his ideas,his letters and columns short and precious – have served a very useful purpose in drawing the attention of authorities about important issues concerning society and the government. His father always emphasized the importance of public service...
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Small Victory(Death of ISIS founder Baghdadi–2),
The Telegraph,2nd Nov,2019,L.E

(1) Small Victory(Death of ISIS founder Baghdadi--2), The Telegraph,2nd Nov,2019,L.E Sir — Although the death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi must have dealt a major blow to the Islamic State it is far from the end of the road for the terrorist organization. There is a need for concerted efforts from countries across the world to...

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Tunisia deserved it
Arab News,11 Oct 2015,L.E.

I welcome the Norwegian Nobel Committee’s decision to award the peace prize this year to Tunisia’s National Dialogue Quartet in recognition of its contribution to the successful transition to democracy from Arab spring 2011 revolution. The Quartet consists of alliance of the society civil group, labor union, confederation of industry, human rights activists that steered...

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Noble Prize inspires,
Khaleej times,8th Oct,2018,L.E(Opinion/Editorials)

Congratulations to Denis Mawakkul, a Congolese doctor who helps victims of sexual violence in Democratic Republic of Congo, and Nadia Murad, a Yazidi rights activist and survivor of sexual slavery, on winning the Nobel Peace Prize this year. This distinguished prize is a fitting tribute to the people who have been painstakingly working to put...

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Seoul Peace Prize for Narendra Modi,
Khaleej times,,Filed on February 23, 2019,(Opinion/Editorials)

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been conferred with the 14th Seoul Peace Prize. It is a recognition to the contribution he has made to the growth of the Indian economy, improving international cooperation, transparency in his governance, and accelerating human development. Another praise-worthy initiative of his is promoting regional and global peace through a proactive...

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Herald,24th May,2019,L.E.

Sir, Congratulations to Omani author Jokha Alharthi, for winning the prestigious Man Booker International Prize for her novel Celestial Bodies, originally published in Arabic. It is notable that Alharthi is the first Arabic author to claim the coveted award, and also the first female writer from Oman to be translated into English.

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Noble prize winner should inspire leaders globally,
times,12th Oct,2019,L.E.

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali has won the Noble peace prize for mending ties with Eritrea. The coveted award recognises the prime minister's efforts in bringing peace to his country and resolving the two-decade-old border conflict with neighbouring Eritrea. The conflict was a huge financial drain for both the countries. Ali's vision has helped Ethiopia...