THE CUTTING EDGE - 7 months ago, 13 July 23:59

DISCIPLINE. As the latest wave of unrest in the schools rages on, with dormitories and other facilities being set ablaze by rogue students, Alnashir Walji is, concerned about what the root cause could be, citing arson, rape and drug abuse as some of the factors contributing to the menace. He poses: “Can't discipline be instilled in the students so that they grow up to become responsible citizens?” The unruly behaviour in schools, Alnashir states, should never be tolerated. His contact is [email protected]


BAD IDEA. Reacting to the proposal to have a single school uniform, Preyesh Shah wonders whether we still live in a democracy. Preyesh adds: “The school uniform is a mark of identity, almost like the colours of football teams. Would our ministers be okay with wearing a uniform suit? Would they be happy to see senators, governors and MCAs hav-ing the same suit? Where do these ...
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