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Dealing with diversity
Editorial

Dealing with diversity

The slogan that public speakers took fascination to say with pride that society used to hear until not too long ago, namely unity in diversity, applied to the land’s masses, seems to have become not only outdated but also suffered a time-warp. Considering the number of causes triggering road shows in their pursuit by well-marked…

Dependent Democracy
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Dependent Democracy

The nation’s economic health is tied closely with issues of facing threats to its sovereignty from two hostile neighbouring countries and, in addition increasing shortfall in natural resources (fossil fuel, coal and minerals). Although the country is reportedly the world’s biggest importer of defence equipment, its vulnerability across the borders with the two ill-behaving neighbours…

Sustaining secular status
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Sustaining secular status

The most obvious casualty of life nowadays seems to be harmony among nations and their populations across the world, given the reports in the columns of dailies overflowing with details of misdemeanour by individuals and sections of society on myriad counts, including the passion to display depth of devotion to their respective faith, creeds and…

Thank You
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Thank You

It was this day, nay this very evening, 41 years ago that Star of Mysore was born in this city as an Evening English Newspaper. Happily it continues to be your favourite eveninger. From this evening, we will be entering 42nd year of our publication. And as we do so, we gratefully remember all those…

Enabling evolution
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Enabling evolution

The age of Planet Earth has been estimated at about 4.5 billion (4,500 crore) years through methods employed by chemists. The multitude of life forms, particularly flora and fauna, hosted by soil, water and air, both as surviving to this day and those that have moved to the pages of the long history of the…

March of Mysuru
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March of Mysuru

Mysuru’s residents learnt with surprise not too long ago that the city was bestowed the tag of India’s cleanest city. Earning the same rating second time in a row was no less surprising. The series of surprises yielded place to disappointment as the city slid to fifth rank on the count of cleanliness for the…

Mass in a mess
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Mass in a mess

Just three recurring events seem to be bringing the nation’s masses together in a passing show of solidarity that vanishes into thin air no sooner than the events fold up. Holding back the welling sad feeling, one has to include the occasions of last rites for near and dear one departing, some of them leaving…

Surfeit of jobs, soaring joblessness
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Surfeit of jobs, soaring joblessness

The postulate that the nation’s economy in monetary terms continues to be wearing a smile entirely due to sustained index of industrial production marked by unprecedented opportunities to the youth in economically productive age in their quest for jobs with steady salary juxtaposed with soaring unemployment rate on the cusp of 10 percent prompts one…

Building broken backbone
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Building broken backbone

Occasions for celebrating various landmark events on national scale, particularly the country’s Independence Day and Republic Day seem to be the favoured choice of public speakers of different backgrounds in general and netas in particular to unfailingly chant the farmer-centric mantra that the masses sweating and toiling in the field to fill the nation’s food…

Prioritising Priorities
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Prioritising Priorities

Arranging the multitude of problems the country is beset with and also the actions for their solutions in their order of importance is all what prioritisation is about. The successive governments vested with the task of providing good governance during their respective terms since the time of starting the voyage of self-rule have toyed with…

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