#TheTrustOfIndia – Being an avid TOI reader for decades, for ages, one of the reasons for eagerly lapping up TOI copy every morning was to see what Laxman’s common man had to say regarding a hot topical issue, sometimes controversial, in his inimitable, witty and humorous way that was many a times more effective than the headline and yet bereft of any malice or affront to anyone. Laxman’s loss may be irreplaceable but his creation of common man continues to exhort millions of common people to acquire knowledge as knowledge is power. Speaking symbolically, common man is testimony of the fact that a sketch pencil is more powerful than a pen!

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