Editorial

Social realities
Editorial

Social realities

February 14, 2020

Days of a distant past, one may have to surmise based on anecdotes, chronicles, folklore, literary outputs of writers, fables, proverbs, scriptures, sculptures and even conjecture, seem to have been marked by people living in harmony while engaging themselves on a few pursuits such as agriculture, spiritual studies, trading and protecting territory from aliens bent…

Colour of Krishna’s skin
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Colour of Krishna’s skin

February 13, 2020

By Dr. Devdutt Pattanaik – Author, Speaker, Illustrator, Mythologist In the Sanskrit Valmiki’s Ramayana, Hanuman describes Ram as ‘shyama-varna’, which means one of dark-complexion. In folk poetry, poets describe Krishna as ‘ghana-shyam’, as dark as monsoon clouds. Yet, in our most popular art, we find Ram and Krishna visualised in blue colour. So, we wonder,…

War on wasting
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War on wasting

February 13, 2020

Availability of life-supporting resources in abundance and accessing them virtually effortlessly by people everywhere witness their consumption marked by unchecked profligacy until both these features show signs of scarcity. One resource that qualifies to be at the top of the multitude of such resources and talked about more than acted upon is water, the elixir…

Patriarchy and Parenting
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Patriarchy and Parenting

February 12, 2020

As long as the problems bugging the country’s masses are not addressed and resolved before they worsen, the top brass in the Government of the day cannot escape getting grilled both in the legislative bodies and in public, going by the graphic portrayal of the proceedings in the media. On reading the reports in the…

Country’s cancer with(out) cure
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Country’s cancer with(out) cure

February 11, 2020

Many agencies keeping a watch on the health status of people in countries across the world, particularly World Health Organisation (WHO), regularly publish the trends of rise in their disease burden of the populations in some countries, including India, and its mitigating feature in some other countries. While small- pox seems to have been fully…

Beyond the Blackboard
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Beyond the Blackboard

February 10, 2020

In the era of power-point presentation, explaining the word Blackboard as a tool to enhance teaching and learning is sure to be considered as naive. Further, the feature of blackboard also known as chalkboard, as a reusable writing surface on which texts or drawings are made with sticks of calcium sulphate or calcium carbonate, known,…

Footwear flourish
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Footwear flourish

February 8, 2020

One of the most common possession of people across the entire spectrum of society all over the world, unarguably, is the humble sandal credited with a history of several centuries. Sculptors and painters of frescoes don’t seem to have sidelined footwear of Gods and Goddesses in their works. Yet, there is reason to remark that…

Managing Vs Preventing
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Managing Vs Preventing

February 7, 2020

One of the most widely-known management educator and author, Peter Ferdinand Drucker (1909-2005) whose guiding principles continue to be used by managers worldwide, believed that managers, above all else, be leaders. He was among the first to depict management as a distinct function, with distinct responsibilities to boot. While human beings find themselves in the…

Budget triggers wagging tongues
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Budget triggers wagging tongues

February 6, 2020

Presenting a budget and budgeting are as different as chalk and cheese. British author Thomas Hughes (1822-1896) has rightly prescribed that one of the first duties which a man owes to his friends and to society is to live with his income. As a corollary, the first duty of the government is to govern the…

Delight and Disgust
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Delight and Disgust

February 5, 2020

The merits and demerits of the consequences of both vision and mission are evaluated by people in general and pundits in particular mostly by hindsight. The script of India’s much glorified Constitution owes it to the vision of its writers while the subsequent happenings have been the mission of the successive Governments both at the…

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