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Surprising survival
Editorial

Surprising survival

The lyricist who scripted the lines of a song for the popular movie Pyaasa a few decades ago, sounding philosophical, conveyed the message that while people at large keenly looked forward to receive love from others in return for love got only a load of troubles. Likewise, the top brass in the government of a…

Managing mental illness
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Managing mental illness

Ironically though, budgetary provision by the land’s successive governments for addressing issues of healthcare continues to be meagre while the country hosts more people with life-threatening afflictions such as cancer and malaria than any other country across the world. While diabetes and cardiovascular diseases have been hogging heightened attention in public domain, often with estimates…

Debt-driven deaths
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Debt-driven deaths

The term average is made to be understood a number expressing the central or typical value in a set of numbers, while there is very little about average being typical value of that set of numbers. A glaring example of being misled by the term average is life expectancy in a population which is a…

Conning citizens by excess cess
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Conning citizens by excess cess

All sorts of goods offered in attractive packages for sale in the land used to display (in small print) until not too long ago the expression amounting to an amount in addition to the stated price of the product as taxes with no clue to the buyer whether that addition had legal sanction. Then came…

Quality of Life-Smart City combo
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Quality of Life-Smart City combo

We have heard on many occasions quoting Gandhiji who remarked that the (erstwhile) Princely State of Mysore during the rule of Nalwadi Krishnaraja Wadiyar was Ramarajya, meaning the State hosted a totally satisfied society in respect of physical health, family atmosphere, education, employment, wealth, religious beliefs with harmony, financial status of individuals and, last but…

To eat or not to eat
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To eat or not to eat

Government is on safe track as long as its actions conform to the country’s Constitution framework. The amendments made during the many governments of the land so far to its text reflect its inadequacy in setting the track initially. Issues relating to food of the country‘s population, given its diversity on various counts including and…

Cash comes cascading to cities
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Cash comes cascading to cities

Having been launched in June 2015, the Smart City mission to achieve a makeover of 100 cities to start with, across the country by the Union Government has already written its own history (of two years) much before the residents in the mission’s up-to-date list of selected urban spaces can smell (before seeing) the dream…

Counting trees, missing woods
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Counting trees, missing woods

Numbers, the toy with which pundits, particularly mathematicians, call them more appropriately ganithashastrajnas, have revelled themselves for centuries since vedic times believed to be of more than 50 centuries vintage, have caught the fancy of both administration and people at large in every conceivable walks of life, given the ongoing ubiquitous practice of stating in…

Harnessing human resources
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Harnessing human resources

The nation’s youth are being talked about in circles of both the informed and the uninformed with diverse outlook and understanding. They account for half the land’s total population yearning for a livelihood. The steadily growing mass of graduates that are coming out of Universities across the country with hopes of making it in life…

Reining in rampaging road shows
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Reining in rampaging road shows

Pundits pursuing issues relating to governments functioning in countries following principles of democracy have favoured a set of privileges, rights in particular, of which the freedom to dissent seems to have drawn into its whirl the land’s mass of humanity, specially the youth and more so the unemployed sections, given the present-day scenario of rampaging…

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