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Seamless service
Editorial

Seamless service

Primary driving force for most inventions is a need. The time-honoured expression Necessity is the mother of invention, in the nature of a proverb, seems to hog attention more to the factor of need than the sweat and toil that marks the birth of any invention. The question of birth of a need in real…

Conservation concerns Simple living
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Conservation concerns Simple living

Governments in general and the incumbent Government of the country at the Centre in particular are marked with the noble intention of working for the country’s progress and welfare of its citizens. The related plans and programmes, consistent with the set of policies appropriate to specific sectors of the economy such as agriculture, industry, education,…

Quality of quality
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Quality of quality

Reports about instances of different kinds of structures crashing even before they were completed in many regions of the country, including Karnataka, don’t seem to have triggered either attention from the administration or debates in public domain among both professional fraternity in civil engineering sector and lay public, who are the ultimate beneficiaries of sound…

Money-Muscle-Mass
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Money-Muscle-Mass

Public speakers marked by their rhetoric derived from their knowledge on various subjects specific to their captive audiences as well as perception often take fascination to extol the land’s culture in glorious terms, not forgetting to lament on the current scenario of money power, muscle power and mass power holding sway, even as the various…

Land’s Liveability Pride & Prejudice
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Land’s Liveability Pride & Prejudice

Patriotism, an unalloyed virtue of love for one’s country and nationalism, driven by the ideology of a sense of belonging to one’s country seems to be witnessing suffocation in the current dispensation of providing good governance to 135-plus crore people across the nation, identifying themselves with diverse badges of their multitude of lingo, faiths, ethnicity,…

Work-wage connect
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Work-wage connect

Global rating agencies are taking a close look at the ease of doing business in different countries across the world, including India, reckoning a set of parameters, focussing on laws and regulations framed by the Governments as well as their ways and levels of implementation. A similar exercise is underway on ranking the land’s States…

Bugged by burnout
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Bugged by burnout

A call has been given by the top brass in the Nation’s Government during the first meeting last week of NITI (National Institution for Transforming India) Ayog, its policy think tank, established with the aim of achieving sustainable development goals and enhancing co-operative federalism of State Governments across the country to make India a five…

Partnership portends Prosperity
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Partnership portends Prosperity

Mysuru is home to two institutions devoted to research aimed at finding solutions to both food-related problems and those that may crop up in days ahead. Both institutions have an impressive track record of successful application of their inventions by various target beneficiaries, particularly food processing industry across the country and also a few other…

Merit of merit
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Merit of merit

Access to seats in various Legislative bodies, recruitment to jobs in Government Departments and enrolment in educational institutions across the country are governed by the Constitutional measure, known commonly as reservation with the primary objective of enhancing the social and educational status of underprivileged communities and thus improve their lives. The policy of nourishing the…

Talking of Walking
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Talking of Walking

Physicians and physical-fitness buffs seem to have unshakable faith in walking as an exercise, offering numerous health benefits to people of all ages under well-marked levels of their fitness. Their prescription, as simple as walking for as short as 30 minutes in a day is receiving appreciable response nowadays by all cross-sections of society, particularly…

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