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Private matters in public domain
Editorial

Private matters in public domain

Portraying the female as the weaker sex, in whatever sense of the term, has lately tended to sound anomalous. Perhaps, the feature of males outnumbering the females in the land’s current population may uniquely support that time-honoured perception, while many other facts seem to falsify the off-quoted uncomplimentary comparison. Even as the issue of raising…

Coping with change
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Coping with change

Attitude of the young sections in the world at large as well as across the country to life, markedly volatile in its ways has tended to mentally disturb the seniors for good, bad and indifferent reasons, covering psychological, economical and social factors, in random order of importance, not to forget the clear difference in the…

Burdensome Pay and Pension
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Burdensome Pay and Pension

The treatise on financial matters attributed to Vishnu Gupta of 2,500 years vintage, also referred to by names Kautilya and Chanakya, one of the officials in the court of King Chandragupta Maurya, a copy of which on palm leaf discovered by a Mysuru-based researcher B.V. Shastri in the city’s Oriental Research Institute more than 100…

Marriage matters
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Marriage matters

The Kannada idiom Mane kattinodu, Maduve maadinodu, with the telling message of what portends anyone who embarks on the two landmark events of life, namely a) Owning a dwelling by spending on its construction and b) Giving away one’s daughter in marriage, loaded with the sentimental term kanyadan, particularly by strictly following all the rituals…

Technology tramples tradition
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Technology tramples tradition

The two factors that are close to the heart of human populations, namely (a) Technology as the wheel of perceptible change equated to progress and (b) Tradition as the unwritten code to which people cling as time passes make a fascinating study to historians, sociologists and even the lay sections of society bent on pondering…

Daring demonetisation
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Daring demonetisation

Sending the country’s two high face value (denomination) currencies to the museum as it were on November 8, 2016, reportedly resulted in nearly 86 percent of transactional cash with people vanishing in public domain. The plight of those who needed cash in currency of the entire range of low denominations filled the columns of dailies…

Dissatisfied diaspora
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Dissatisfied diaspora

Public speakers of both kinds (a) Those who have keenly followed the history of the land’s regions hosting people speaking Kannada and (b) Those who draw from their speeches while addressing crowds that gather during celebration of various festivals in the State take fascination to recall the reign of many kings, identified as dynasties, glorifying…

Diseases, drugs, devices
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Diseases, drugs, devices

Medical attention by doctors, both general practitioners and specialists as well as super-specialists (whose expertise lies in a well-defined narrow area of medicine) to (a) Patients who can convey about their affliction to the whitecoat-attired fraternity with clarity (even with the help of technical terminology) and (b) Patients who cannot disclose their health problems, leaving…

Disturbing Demographic Data
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Disturbing Demographic Data

Aspiring for good Governance on the part of the land’s people and the extent to which its successive governments have measured upto that daunting task seem to have sidelined people’s role in bridging the two aforementioned sides to the nation’s wellness. In a certain sense, the country’s people as a mass have been contributing enormously…

Cops-citizens connect
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Cops-citizens connect

While the Police force is respected in some countries nationally and feared in some others, one is not sure where the khaki-clad law-keepers stand in respect of their connect with the land’s people at large. But, for sure, the cops no longer enjoy the power of wielding their lathi as they did during the years…

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