Day: February 19, 2017
The good and the bad
I am impressed by the quality of the news content coming out these days. In terms of the The Views, the editorials always stand out. Community reports of Gulf News have to be given a special mention as it reaches the issues addressed by dedicated residents that reach the authorities and achieve results. Gulf News should devote a day or two to encourage young writers from schools in the UAE to address the issues they feel important.
Kudos to the cartoonists and photographers of Gulf News as they do a good job to portray the message with intended effect. Weekend Review is so elaborate that one may need more than a full weekend to complete the contents. Of course, there are some negatives, too.
When it comes to major events related to the sub-continent, we tend to see the responses of a select few from the business community, which is becoming an overkill. Please do also try to cover more news from Abu Dhabi and other emirates so that readers from these areas do not feel they are left out.
The online version of Gulf News is highly attractive, however, updates have to be consistent and up to date. Indexing and tagging of the news items has to be accurate so that readers can search and obtain them quickly.
Of course, an improvement in coverage is seen these days, but expect more from Gulf News.
From Mr Ramesh Menon
To read it in original, visit GULF NEWS online
Honored to be nominated by Leo Thomas for a photography initiative. i.e. to do a seven-day #naturephotography. I have to post one nature photograph a day for seven days and nominate at least one person each day to pass this along so we can flood Facebook with beautiful pictures of nature.
I am posting my click for today – Day 5!
I further nominate a wonderful photographer from Passionate Photographers group
to do the same!! Rajani Ramkumar
Day5: It is always nice to look at things from a different angle.
View from Muruga temple at Batu Caves Malaysia
#WorkingTogetherWorks – why this hashtag? Yes, I take my time with devotion and dedication to encourage that odd Passionate Photographers around. Do not miss out. Do not leave your clicks die in your phone memory cards or hard disks! Show them and let all of us travel and see the world around through each one of your click.