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 The following are some of the letters we recieved soon after the launch of The Tribune Online:

Lakh lakh vadayian

Lakh lakh vadayian
Khush kitta bahi, balle balle aa.
Lakh lakh vadayian Tribune Internet te pesh karran te.
Lamhi ummaran hon, Satt puttan hovve.
Keep up the good work.
Rajesh Dandona
New York, USA

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The search is over

No words can express my state of happiness when I learned that my favorite newspaper is now on line. I have been looking for it for a while. My love and affection for this great newspaper can be seen from the fact that I pick up old copies of the paper from a doctor's clinic in Surrey, British Columbia, whenever I go to Vancouver, who gets it from the Indian High Commission in Ottawa. Now the search is over. I am going to tell at least 100 people in North America about the arrival of our favourite newspaper from India. Keep it up. North America is watching you Tribune.
Raj Hundal
Calgary, Canada

A great day for Punjabis

Please accept my heartiest congratulations on bring The Tribune on Internet. The Punjabis have been looking forward for this great event , as The Tribune is the soul of the most of the Punjabis living in any part of the world. Now I will start my day with The Tribune and would feel as if I am still in Chandigarh and not in Canada. I have informed most of my friends and relatives about the The Tribune Online. I would request you to start covering the Punjabis who have done well in foreign lands.
Sharnjit Singh Gill
Surrey / Delta, Canada

A job well done

Please accept my congratulations on a job well done by bringing a part of me back to me. The Tribune had been a part of my life while I was growing up in Patiala. But when I left Patiala in search of greener pastures, in the USA in 1987, one of the things I left behind was access to The Tribune. I am ecstatic to find The Tribune Online. Please keep up the good work!
Preetinder Singh Virk
Westborough, USA

Day of celebration

You have taken the right and the first step in creating history in journalism by bringing the 118-year-old newspaper on the Internet. Today is the day of celebration for every Punjabi living anywhere on earth. It is matter of pride that The Tribune represents not only Punjab but also Haryana, Himachal, Jammu and Kashmir and Rajasthan. For us Punjabis it is like a letter from home every afternoon in USA when we get The Tribune.
Please accept my heartiest congratulation on this great occasion as I grew up with this newspaper but after moving to USA it was like something special that was taken away from my life. It is pleasure —like meeting a lost parent after years.
Iqbal Singh Gill
Yuba City, USA

A part of our family

We were pleased to see this newspaper on Internet. We see this newspaper as a part of our family. We could access different newspapers from India here in New Zealand but always missed The Tribune. Please accept our congratulations. I wish The Tribune all the best in future.
Sahil Jain
New Zealand

Keeping abreast with events

I am very happy to find The Tribune Online. I have been reader of The Tribune from my school days when it was in Ambala. I moved to the USA in 1986. I will be reading this now everyday to keep myself abreast with events in my own state, Punjab, particularly Ludhiana. I am going to spread the news of The Tribune Online to my Indian friends.
Yogesh Arora

Great to read The Tribune

It is great to be able to read The Tribune on the Internet. As a resident of Chandigarh for over 15 years, now in the USA, I enjoy reading the newspaper. My parents living in Chandigarh informed me about it being on the Internet.
Jyoti Rajan Bhatia

Now I get the full details

I have been living in Boston for the last nine years. You can't imagine how great this service is for people having their roots in Punjab . Previously, I used to go to the sites of other papers to see if there was anything regarding Punjab. Now I get the full details in The Tribune. This does not mean that I read every single word on the site but it is a great feeling to browse it.
Keep up the good work.
Harcharan S. Rai
Boston, USA

Close to home

I am a non-resident Indian living in San Francisco area of the United States. Originally, I am from Ambala Cantonment. Just recently, I noticed that 'The Tribune ' is available on Internet. This made me feel very close to home and got me hooked to my old habit of reading this very informative and unbiased newspaper. While in India, ever since I was a high school kid, I had been a Tribune reader. Thanks a lot for this opportunity.
Bhupinder Ahuja
San Francisco, USA

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