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Pet talk

By Maneka Gandhi In this week’s Pet Talk, Maneka explains how a cat that is out on the street can be brought home and taken care of… Why do cats fold their ears down when they are scared? Cats instinctively fold their ears back to protect themselves from attack. They are harder to bite and…

Narayanan’s non-partisanship was classic. So was Kalam’s. Mukherjee played safe. His successor will be safer
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Narayanan’s non-partisanship was classic. So was Kalam’s. Mukherjee played safe. His successor will be safer

By T.J.S. George In his farewell speech, President Pranab Mukherjee highlighted India’s strong points and said they had become endangered. “Multiplicity of culture, faith and language is what makes India special,” he said. “The soul of India is in pluralism and tolerance,” he said. Then he referred to increasing violence in the country and warned:…

Savigannadam Gelge (Victory to Savigannada)
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Savigannadam Gelge (Victory to Savigannada)

By Prof. A.V. Narasimha Murthy The word Mysuru is generally attached to items like Mysuru Mallige, Mysuru Pak, Mysuru Dasara, Mysuru Palace, etc. and this practice has been continued by Mysuru Ranganath popularly known as Ranganna. In fact, he would love to be called Mysuru Ranganna. I do not remember when exactly I met him…

Forced Patriotism Falls Flat!
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Forced Patriotism Falls Flat!

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD While on a holiday with my family last week I was in Mumbai for three days. It was raining the proverbial ‘cats and dogs’ while we were there which is not very surprising when you consider the fact that Mumbai reportedly gets nearly ninety percent of its annual rainfall…

Pet talk
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Pet talk

By Maneka Gandhi Explaining about horse and races, in this week’s Pet Talk, Maneka says: While horse racing can never be entirely safe for the animals, a zero-tolerance drug policy, turf (grass) tracks only, a ban on whipping, competitive racing only after their third birthdays, and other reforms would make a world of difference to…

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