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Reining in rampaging road shows
Editorial

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…

Dealing with bursting bubble
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Dealing with bursting bubble

The emergence of computers that function based on the now-well-known binary number comprising the numericals 0 and 1, enabling representation of any number or rows of symbols as a binary numeric, closely followed by advances in the field of digital technology mark a saga that words cannot express to match the amazing journey of what…

More on ‘Exit for the Elderly’
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More on ‘Exit for the Elderly’

Sir, Your editorial ‘Exit for the Elderly’ (SOM dated June 20) was excellent, highly contemporary, sensitive, poignant and thought-provoking, as it were, to the present day unfortunate elders who are feeling the pains and pangs of utter negligence (though not all) and wishing for early departure from this ungrateful world. As a social activist, I…

Sign language as land’s lingo
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Sign language as land’s lingo

Public speakers of a not-too-distant past in the land, irrespective of the language they spoke, have carved a niche for themselves in a distinct class as orators. The range of subjects they chose and presentation of their thoughts have not only been published by the periodicals of their times but also have been preserved in…

Yoga spell continues
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Yoga spell continues

Mysuru is agog this week having hosted the historic event of World Yoga Day (June 21), mainly to lay claim to Guinness Record of organising more than 60,000 participants at a single venue performing 21 asanas, a selection from the list of asanas that has come down from Sage Pathanjali, whose yogasutras date back to…

Exit for the elderly
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Exit for the elderly

Thanks to the steadily rising mark of life expectancy for both male and female sections of the land’s population, not only the percentage of the elderly in the total mass but also their headcount have been increasing currently, going by officially published data and information on India’s demography. As if to substantiate that scenario portraying…

Docs in the dock
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Docs in the dock

Private medical establishments and Karnataka government have just got entangled over the former offering healthcare services at costs making big holes in the pockets of patients and their families, while alleviating the pains of the suffering lot in the process. One is prompted to point out in this context the utterly under-prepared infrastructure and thoroughly…

Reign of Red Tape
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Reign of Red Tape

Only for the benefit of the people of this generation, etymology of the idiom Red Tape needs to be stated at the outset. It is thought to allude to the former practice of binding official documents in government offices in red coloured tape since the last decade of 19th century in UK, specially to hold…

Cattle, prattle, rattle
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Cattle, prattle, rattle

All this hullabaloo about public outcry on what one should or should not include in one’s daily palate going on in every nook and corner of the land appears to be revolving around the declaration of the nation as a secular democracy. Prima facie, such a declaration was not part of the nation’s Constitution at…

Nation in anger’s grip
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Nation in anger’s grip

Consequences of not controlling oneself in circumstances marked by anger, for whatever provocation, is succinctly presented in just a couple of lines, understandable to even illiterates, in Bhagavadgita, considered by scholars as an unparalleled manual with guidelines for leading a life of fulfilment and satisfaction. The lines connect anger to its fallout in an unbroken…

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