Editorial

Caste Chemistry
Editorial

Caste Chemistry

August 28, 2019

Democracy in the country, touted as the largest in the world, appears to be oscillating from order that was in the initial years to disorder after seven-plus decades, going by the media portrayal of the people’s representatives elected to various Legislative bodies in successive polls. The renowned academician, a two-time ambassador of the United States…

Perspective of Patriot
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Perspective of Patriot

August 27, 2019

The annual rate of increase in the country’s total headcount currently seems to have come down significantly compared to the years some two decades ago. The rate of yearly addition to the mass of earlier year(s) and the actual increment of more than one crore every year need to be reckoned together for a clear…

Resurgent Republic
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Resurgent Republic

August 26, 2019

The country’s culture, marked by customs and traditional practices which have endured over centuries and followed to an awe-inspiring extent as evident all over the country, is testimony to the resilience of its past generations in the face of a plethora of threats by marauding aliens, one among them identified as iconoclasts causing destruction of…

Work-Vacation balance
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Work-Vacation balance

August 23, 2019

The issue of number of hours Government employees are required to work in a week of six working days crops up in public debates on and off while in case of industrial workforce the employers at large have been following the eight-hour-per-day regimen. The more important issue of the output by each employee, particularly in…

Road to ruination
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Road to ruination

August 22, 2019

Poets who wrote lyrics in glorifying nature and also glamorous dames seem to have been outperformed by both reporters of dailies and readers who write in the ‘Voice of the Readers’ columns by describing, often with graphics, the dismal state of roads, highlighting the steadily enlarging and deepening pits, inappropriately called potholes. Mercifully or otherwise,…

Energy-employment equation
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Energy-employment equation

August 21, 2019

In Physics, energy is the quantitative property transferred to an object in order to perform work on, or to heat, the object. The law of conservation of energy states that energy can be converted in form. Common forms of energy include electric, chemical, radiant (carried by light) and thermal. Mass and energy are closely related,…

Behave to behove
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Behave to behove

August 20, 2019

If the animals of all kinds and inanimate objects such as mountains on Mother Earth were endowed with the faculty of speech, we would be hearing them telling the people at large that their behaviour towards themselves doesn’t behove them and more so their behaviour towards the speechless. A cursory reading of reports brought to…

Fuel future
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Fuel future

August 19, 2019

The ratio of people to the ubiquitous mobile phones in the country seems to have touched one-to-one. Maybe, considering reports of many users of the device having multiple SIMs, the ratio could be more phones than people now, making communication among masses free from hassles, barring occasional network clogging. As if to keep august company…

Anger-Annoyance connect
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Anger-Annoyance connect

August 17, 2019

Human beings have unwittingly reached a nadir in the matter of conducting themselves towards each other as well as towards all other life forms and also life-supporting resources on Planet Earth, glorified by scholars as Mother. Causing annoyance and succumbing to consequent anger being a global feature, the scenario of the land’s people in general…

Money matters
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Money matters

August 16, 2019

This year’s monsoon, delayed by a few weeks, has been bountiful, first falsifying the forecast of deficit announced by the Meteorology Department and next causing floods bringing in their wake extensive damage to living spaces of people, roads, standing crops and Railway tracks, not to forget voluminous inflow into the reservoirs filling them with water…

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