Tag: Editorial

Romance with rain
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Romance with rain

The land’s people, both the scholarly sections and the unlettered, are known to have had an intimate connect with divinity as well as nature, going by their abundantly available and well-preserved lyrics, verses and prose, marked by literary elegance and refinement. Juxtaposed to their lines exemplifying their unalloyed faith in divinity and trust in nature,…

Technology on, Livelihoods gone
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Technology on, Livelihoods gone

Various occasions luring audiences of diverse  backgrounds and featuring speakers of all hues from both open platforms and restricted ones are abuzz with a virtual unanimous view that only education can provide many-sided dividends such as a) saying goodbye to ignorance, b) transform the land’s people at large into responsible, law-abiding citizens for building a…

Enduring subject, expanding matter
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Enduring subject, expanding matter

At the outset, let it be stated, both the terms of this column’s caption, written in italics font, are synonymous as it were, referring to the most talked about as well as the most ubiquitous stuff namely garbage, loaded by citizens on the back of urban local bodies everywhere, including the hapless Mysuru City Corporation….

Whales are at large…  Fishes are falling into net
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Whales are at large… Fishes are falling into net

Even as India is currently perched at the top among countries around the world by hogging limelight in the computer software sector as well as the field of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in a short span of two decades, the country’s many gifts to the world during times past, ranging from the numerical zero…

Marks-driven Merriment
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Marks-driven Merriment

Last week witnessed announcement of results of two public examinations written by nearly 15 lakh students in the State —  Secondary School Leaving Certificate Examination (SSLC) and Pre-University Second Year Examination (II PUC). While the two days on which the results were published and subsequently proved an occasion of festivity for marks-driven merriment as it…

Tale of Indian Democracy: Urbanites Vs Rustics
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Tale of Indian Democracy: Urbanites Vs Rustics

India’s demographic profile, as foreseen by research teams pursuing population studies, is heading to be dominated by urbanities. The pace of that event is picking unprecedented trend. The renowned British Physicist, Stephen Hawking, has been warning about the perils of relentless addition to human headcount on planet earth as a whole, which according to him…

Daily dole from dailies
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Daily dole from dailies

Doling out money to the needy struggling in dire circumstances and food to the hungry with no means of assuaging hunger, invariably as charity, is a time-honoured practice in the land, but a tradition that is on the wane. The slogan “There is no free lunch out there,” common in the western countries, dominated by…

Government enacts, people react: The game goes on
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Government enacts, people react: The game goes on

Global rating agencies, keenly watching the goings on in countries across the world and more so the performance of the respective governments as a regulator resorting to enacting laws, ostensibly to keep the citizens on track, have been placing India near the bottom of the scale worked out on the basis of different sets of…

Craving for quality
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Craving for quality

Having ungrudgingly neglected according importance and attention to quality of life, we find ourselves pre-occupied with concerns of quality applied to material matters namely a) consumer durables, b) electronic gadgets including mobile phones, c) dresses, d) food products as well as raw materials including perishables consumed daily, e) possessions such as two-wheelers as well as…

Reality of relationships
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Reality of relationships

A former President the United States of America, making news of his extra-marital relations, as reported in the media even during the times he adorned the high post, was asked by a reporter about his foreign relations, either innocently or with some mischievous intent of tickling the VIP. Unfazed by the unexpected, maybe embarrassing, question,…

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