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Tolerating and accepting
Editorial

Tolerating and accepting

A classic example of a specimen who is tolerated by his pals without giving the faintest hint of being accepted is the club-bore (with 100 per cent attendance). If the honourable member neither is aware of the attitude of others towards him nor mindful of the distance that they manage to keep from him is…

Arab-Camel enactment
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Arab-Camel enactment

In the narrative “The Book of Fables and Folk Stories” by Horace E. Scudder ((1838-1902), an American man of letters, an episode of human generosity resulting in a none-too-comfortable situation is presented. The story concerns an Arab who was resting in his tent on a cold winter night confronts his camel pleading with him with…

Calling copy-cats
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Calling copy-cats

Poets, essayists and novelists, granting their rich vocabulary in the language of their proficiency and a deep desire to express their thoughts as well as life’s experiences deserve to be thanked by their captive readers for sparing their intellectual acumen, in addition to leaving a record of past happenings virtually on the sands of time….

Innovative initiative
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Innovative initiative

The appearance or emergence of Planet Earth in the boundless universe, compared to a mere dust particle for its relative volume has been chemically determined to have taken place about 4.5 billion years ago or 450 crore years ago. The tenure of human beings on the Planet, as they physically appear in our times, has…

Healthy Healthcare
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Healthy Healthcare

Similar to voices being heard from all sorts of circles, marked by mutually rivalling concerns, relating to the major afflictions bugging the land’s masses, particularly the uninformed rustic population, we also  read in the dailies virtually everyday reports from both government departments and voluntary agencies keeping a hawk’s eye on the efforts to arrest fatalities…

Brain-borne betrayal
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Brain-borne betrayal

Old-timers in Mysuru can recollect the days goneby when a pass in the then intermediate class public examination was considered proper stage in life to opt for choosing courses to be pursued and also colleges to seek admission in the backdrop of highly limited choices of both courses and colleges compared to the wide world…

Increasing income, decreasing distress
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Increasing income, decreasing distress

The media space is overflowing with data and information from both official sources and knowledgeable circles among the country’s literati relating to its state of health in various sectors with agriculture sector rightly being bestowed spotlight. The more articulate flock among them have not only created many indices and ratios to compress the vast data…

Engaging with elders
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Engaging with elders

The time-tested custom of younger persons bowing before elders in a show of respect or the culture of touching their feet as a mark of unalloyed reverence cuts across all sections of society and the entire length and breadth of the country, still intact across all faiths, although the practice is witnessing a low key…

Tourism-Technology: Twin trouble
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Tourism-Technology: Twin trouble

Having brought down full-grown trees in numbers of astronomical proportions, particularly in Karnataka these past few months, a dramatic resurgence in greening the land is taking place in some pockets, including Mysuru. Planting of saplings and tossing seed balls at numerous open spaces, with the administration joining hands with voluntary groups, marked by the usual…

Insurgency by indigenous intelligentsia
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Insurgency by indigenous intelligentsia

Intelligence has been defined in many ways as including one’s penchant for logic, understanding issues, self-awareness, learning level, emotional feelings, planning capacity, ability to solve problems and even creativity. The country hosts an abundant stock of individuals who answer to most of the above-listed characteristics, given the reports in the media covering their speeches on…

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