My first published article

Hello friends, I mean all those who are still lingering around this nearly dead blog :)

I just came over to share with you my article which got published today in the Op-Ed section of The Tribune, Chandigarh.



Here is the link to the online edition - http://www.tribuneindia.com/2011/20110409/edit.htm#6 - where you can read it without straining your eyes on this low-resolution image.

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WTF.. It's my own article ;)

Dear reader, I have been diagnosed with ACDS or Acute Comments Deficiency Syndrome. My condition is critical and deteriorating day by day. The Doctor has recommended me a high dosage of comments to stay alive. So, if you took out time to read this post, be kind enough to take out some more time to leave a comment. Your few more moments may add few more moments to my life. May God bless you and your blog.

11 doses of compassionate comments received.:

Someone is Special said...

as usual you rock Vipul... the article about corruption is a wonderful one from your pen.. and you have Tavish, Nethra voices adds fuel to it.. SmileS.. You Rock..

Someone is Special

Rajlakshmi said...

congratulations :)

aakash said...

looks pro work :)

aativas said...

Congratulations .. you seem to be entering into a new profession! I mean journalism :-)

Vipul Grover said...

Thanks Saravana, Ralakshmi and Aakash.. keep reflecting :)

@Savitaji.. I am planning to indeed :)

Chetan said...

i am now hoping to see your articles in TImes of India... where I will wake up early morning, and find your article to read

Vipul Grover said...

Hey Chetan.. Thnx a lot.. evn i want to c the same ;)

Roshmi Sinha said...

Congratulations!

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