Dear All, Please go to http://deccanherald.com<WBR>/deccanherald/nov22006/dheducat<WBR>ion1147182006111.asp My dear Sridhar, Your article throws interesting lights on “speaking in English”. English has taken many “avatars” in our country. The people of each state speak it so differently, with their mother-tongue accent inevitably entwined in the language. We can easily identify which state, they belong to, from the way they speak ! I find it an interesting observation, always ! Ofcourse, not to mention, the latest “ American (accent) English” which is considered more fashionable than necessary. You are right on the “emotional barrier point”! People do feel offended with others, if they cannot speak fluently, whereas many others do it so effortlessly. Now, Sridhar, let me tell you something. To talk of Sania Mirza’s attire for one full minute is not at all easy , you know why ! Chattiyil irundaal thaanae agappaiyil varum? ! ( Interpret it suitably!). Heading a B P O unit, your suggestions are very apt and do throw an insight in your practical approach. You shine, in whatever you write – be it an article or a story. Friends, that is where our Varalotti stands out ! Love & regards, Chithra.