Editorial

Flogging a dead horse
Editorial

Flogging a dead horse

January 2, 2020

Medium of teaching the children at Primary and Secondary School stages, setting question papers of public examination in the final class of Secondary School, contents of textbooks conforming to the syllabus followed in the Schools that come under the purview of the State Government, stipulation of minimum age for admission at the start of schooling,…

Garrulous garbage
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Garrulous garbage

January 1, 2020

At a wedding event in a shrine the presiding priest called upon the guests who had come to bless the newly weds to proceed in a line to the altar for receiving bread and wine as a symbol of sacrament cautioning the congregation that only those who follow a particular faith were entitled to receive…

Sculptures, scripts, society
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Sculptures, scripts, society

December 31, 2019

Writings of the land’s philosophers and scholars in Sanskrit and Prakrit dating back to ancient times scripted on palm leaf that are stored in the many archives such as the Mysuru-based Oriental Research Institute (ORI) provide an insight into the ways of the life of people far different from the ways of current generation. While…

Transforming India to glory
Editorial

Transforming India to glory

December 30, 2019

The exercise of imagining the future of an individual aided by either a positive outlook or negative thoughts and pondering over the country’s social fabric in foreseeable future taking into account the current scenario are different cups of tea. Public speakers, knowledgeable about the land’s history of several centuries, writers of articles referring to its…

Attention to the Ass
Editorial

Attention to the Ass

December 28, 2019

Both the physical features and behaviour of human beings are often likened to the looks and activities of animals, often to berate both species and occasionally bestowing adoration for the animals for their superior features. The vision of the eagle sighting its prey on the ground while flying at dizzy heights in the sky, describing…

Battling black money
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Battling black money

December 27, 2019

The issue of possession of wealth conspicuously disproportionate to income, particularly by many resorting to unlawful means which figured in the columns of dailies for a while in recent past triggering people at large to talk excitedly and anticipate measures to channelise the booty for the benefit of society seems to have got sidelined amidst…

Speedy trials, cause of justice
Editorial

Speedy trials, cause of justice

December 26, 2019

The country’s judiciary has just tended to be featured in the media to an unprecedented extent, mostly for all wrong reasons. While the cancer of corruption in the circle of judges from the lowest courts across the country to the highest court namely the Supreme Court of India is talked about publicly in hushed tones,…

Expanding exports
Editorial

Expanding exports

December 25, 2019

Economic slowdown in the country is being talked about in tones of despair in some camps of the knowledgeable and voices of hope from the top brass in the Government. Public memory is seen as short-lived but not short enough to recall the incumbent Government at the Centre hopeful of eight percent higher growth of…

People-friendly Police
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People-friendly Police

December 24, 2019

Reining in the sections and outfits across the country indulging in acts disrupting orderly life totally disregarding the land’s laws seems to have gone out of hands of governments both at the Centre and in the States somewhat like in the days past as the then sub-continent erupted against colonial rule that ended in 1947….

Conquest by Khichdi
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Conquest by Khichdi

December 23, 2019

Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Founder Kanhaiyalal Maneklal Munshi (1887-1971) in one of his messages made a brief reference to his life during student days. He disclosed that his major diet that sustained him for most part of the day was the humble Khichdi, adding that he prepared the dish himself with the remark that anybody could…

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