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Advance of Ayurveda
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Advance of Ayurveda

March 9, 2020

Choice of doctors and system of medicine as well as hospitals, nowadays is tied to prior knowledge about their name and fame, subject to affordability of treatment. Allopathy, the term attributed to German physician Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843) seems to be the first choice of families with one or the other member needing medical attention, particularly…

Inadequate infrastructure
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Inadequate infrastructure

March 7, 2020

The fond wish of Mysureans that their beloved city of Palaces, temples, parks, museums, schools that have endured for 100 plus years, centres devoted to yoga, music, dance and so on, not to forget the lakes facing threats to their survival as well as residential areas hosting achievers in many fields, should not go the…

Working without wages
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Working without wages

March 6, 2020

Talking about the time-honoured societal feature of joint family, currently witnessing disfavour among urbanites, may sound like an exercise in the study of the land’s past to the millennials of today. We are in the era favouring nuclear family, in city environment. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the term ‘nuclear family’ dates back to…

Disturbing distrust
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Disturbing distrust

March 5, 2020

Chroniclers may have to burn the proverbial midnight oil to work on their narrative about the goings on in the country, which amounts to history in present tense. While more regions across the world, including India, are joining the currently most populous country China in battling the life-threatening virus, most of the regions across India…

Public power for private benefit
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Public power for private benefit

March 4, 2020

The phenomenon of corruption, associated with elected representatives of people to various bodies vested with the responsibilities that go with governing the country and also the functionaries in the Government in its hierarchy from bottom to top, not to forget the honourable judicial officers, has been debated, discussed, dissected, written about and finally taken for…

Care during second childhood
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Care during second childhood

March 3, 2020

Traditionally, an Ashrama was perceived as a spiritual hermitage or monastery in the sub-continent, of which present territory of India is but a part. The now-out-of-favour joint family, comprising at least three generations in such a typical family hosted three ashramas namely Brahmacharya, Grihasta and Vanaprastha. The fourth Ashrama, described by the land’s scholars of…

To drink or not to drink!
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To drink or not to drink!

March 2, 2020

The fact that three-fourths of earth’s surface is covered by water doesn’t in any way take away the importance bestowed on water, particularly its potable quality. Space exploration reports highlighting the feature of human ingenuity in making the two-way trips to Moon and Mars fail safe and also emphasize the presence of water as well…

Democracy’s downturn
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Democracy’s downturn

February 29, 2020

Scholars who are credited with writing verses in the distant past have mentioned the term Bharathakhanda, meaning the territory of which present India is only a part. Many explorers, particularly the Italian merchant and explorer Marco Polo (1254-1324), Chinese travellers Fa Hien (337-422) and Hiuen Tsang (602-664) are recollected by many public speakers as having…

Technology-software linkage
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Technology-software linkage

February 28, 2020

Scientific discoveries and technology-based inventions that triggered sea-change in the lifestyle of people all over the world for long seem to have not only witnessed unprecedented pace but also yielded place to computer software as the calling that gets admirable wages to the players in the digital world. Even the language of communication among the…

Insight into indigenous cow
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Insight into indigenous cow

February 27, 2020

Milk production in India, reportedly more than 180 million tonnes a year, has earned the country top place among the few countries producing milk in large quantities. Mechanical engineer by training, late Verghese Kurien (1921-2012) and his team are credited with transforming the traditional grossly unorganised milk production and sales of milk in the country…

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