'It was amazing to see the speed with which the lines flowed from his pen!' remembers Ambassador Placido P D'Souza. In the early 1950s, when I was in college in Pune, my daily nourishment in terms of news and comments came from the only daily that we could afford, The Times of India. I had no access to radio, and television, of course, had yet to come to India. It was then that I was introduced to R K Laxman, through his daily pocket cartoon You Said It in The Times of India, and later, his ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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