Tag: Karnataka

Travesty of transparency
Editorial

Travesty of transparency

Broadly speaking, democracy, such as the system familiar to the land’s literati, per force needs politicians whose presence in the land is expanding in geometric progression with each passing year, if not each passing day. Considering the interface between democracy as a system of governing a country and the politicians, more so their sway over…

Media Vs Legislature …both need introspection
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Media Vs Legislature …both need introspection

The Press is perspiring and seething with anger after K.B. Koliwad, the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, announced the formation of a House Committee to suggest measures to monitor and regulate the functioning of Media in Karnataka. This decision was taken during the Budget Session after a four-hour discussion! Yes, instead of discussing the Budget,…

Taming Traffic
Editorial

Taming Traffic

Bengalureans of a not-too-past-times could be heard joyfully talking about the merriment that the city offered seamlessly. The salubrious weather of the metropolis, virtually a legacy that they got on a platter as it were, has suffered to an extent and in a manner that one cannot express in words. The open spaces such as…

VIP verbal diarrhea
Editorial

VIP verbal diarrhea

The land, including Karnataka, hosted noble minds both in the distant past and within living memory who espoused the use of one’s tongue to converse and communicate with others taking care to be gentle, honest, pleasing, purposeful, and not to forget, not hurting sentiments. The cornucopia of Subhashitas and Shanthimantras, attributed to those nameless great…

Bags Karnataka Kalashree Award
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Bags Karnataka Kalashree Award

Kavya B. Panicker, studying in 8th Standard at Mysore West Lions Sevaniketan, Gokulam,  has bagged “Karnataka Kalashree-2016” award for outstanding performance, dedication and commitment in the field of creative art. This award was given by Government of Karnataka at a function held on Feb.17 at Suvarna Soudha, Belagavi. She has won many prizes at State-level…

Vijay Hazare One-Day Tournament: Karnataka scores over Jharkhand
Sports

Vijay Hazare One-Day Tournament: Karnataka scores over Jharkhand

Karnataka managed to register a 5-run win over Jharkhand in their Group ‘D’ opener of the Vijay Hazare Trophy One-Day Tournament played at Eden Gardens in Kolkata yesterday. Karnataka batting first posted 266, relied on debutant off-spinner K. Gowtham’s four-wicket haul to wrap up the Jharkhand innings at 261 in 49.5 overs. Manish Pandey top…

Best Polytechnic Teacher of Karnataka
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Best Polytechnic Teacher of Karnataka

Elangovan, Selection Grade Lecturer in Mathematics, JSS Polytechnic for the Differently Abled, Mysuru has been conferred with the ‘ Best Polytechnic Teacher Award for Karnataka State- 2016’  by the Indian Society for Technical Education, New Delhi. at the 46th ISTE National Annual Convention at Gulzar Group of Institutes, Ludhiana in recognition of his outstanding contribution…

Karnataka in strong position
Sports

Karnataka in strong position

Hosts Karnataka were in a strong position, after having reduced Uttar Pradesh who chasing a target of 294-runs for a outright win were struggling at six for two in 7.1 overs in their second innings, at the end of the second day’s play in the four-day Col. C.K. Nayadu U-23 Tournament played at the SDNR…

Students put to “double jeopardy”
Voice of The Reader

Students put to “double jeopardy”

Lakhs of students appear for NEET and providing of only four centres is hopelessly inadequate. CBSE seems to have no idea as to the quantum of unnecessary miseries and expenses to which they are putting the students into by only providing four centres for the entire State. Is it not strange that even Mysuru, which…

Writers’ world witnesses reduced readership
Editorial

Writers’ world witnesses reduced readership

Protagonists of Kannada seem to have gone into a shell once the language, accepted as the tongue of 60-plus million people including those who have taken residence outside the State, both within the country and outside, was accorded classical language status (2008) by the Government of India along with Tamil (2004), Sanskrit (2005), Telugu (2008),…

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