Editorial

Voting janatha, ruling junta
Editorial

Voting janatha, ruling junta

August 12, 2017

The question mark next to the middle term in the caption for this column is intended to raise issues connected to the role of the land’s masses, specially the literati and intelligentsia, expected as well as required to be played by them (or not played by all who have a duty by their motherland) in…

Emerging enterprises, entrepreneurs
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Emerging enterprises, entrepreneurs

August 11, 2017

Going by the description of the term entrepreneur, namely “an individual who, rather than working as an employee, runs a small business and assumes all the risks and rewards of a business venture, idea, or goods or service offered for sale” at one end and “The entrepreneur is commonly seen as a business leader and…

Adjusting after accepting
Editorial

Adjusting after accepting

August 10, 2017

India of ancient times, the then Bharatavarsha, much more in geographical area than that of the country after, and even before partition, has played host to scholars seeking knowledge at its zenith, a feature narrated in the history of Nalanda University, which is said to have on its rolls a 2,000-strong faculty and 10,000 students…

Attiring attractively
Editorial

Attiring attractively

August 9, 2017

If somebody writes a detailed account of the origins and the current scenario of humans attiring themselves, it should make a highly enjoyable as well as informative read. Believers may favour visualising the Biblical characters Adam and Eve roaming about in the Garden of Eden totally unattired, until the moment of biting the forbidden fruit….

Poverty to prosperity
Editorial

Poverty to prosperity

August 8, 2017

The optimists may revel while leafing through the pages of volumes of data portraying the nation’s economic health year after year. The pessimists, who enjoy hurling harsh criticism on administration of the day, even describe officially disclosed data relating to the various sectors of the country’s economy. The moderates believe that reality lies some where…

India’s invited ills
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India’s invited ills

August 7, 2017

The land’s newspapers of all hues may well have overfilled the space in their columns reporting happenings leaving the people at large, particularly the elderly sections in society, aghast. A leisurely walk amidst their regular gatherings in the evenings at chosen locations such as parks and various untenanted public places including paved frontages of shops…

Small is beautiful
Editorial

Small is beautiful

August 5, 2017

Industrial revolution dating back to more than two centuries is attributed to aggressive new class of manufacturers employing machines and other practices threatening the survival of skilled artisans and their time-honoured trades. History provides a large number of instances of machine-based, instead of man-based, industries and their promoters degrading the dignity of the traditional trades…

Increasing infrastructure, Declining dividends
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Increasing infrastructure, Declining dividends

August 4, 2017

Diagnostic tools as well as methods of finding out the bugs tormenting the body have been witnessing a rapid rise in Mysuru, given the proliferation of pathological testing establishments in the city. Both government and private agencies seem to be in a race to create new infrastructure for sickness care in the city with the…

Land for living, land for livelihood
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Land for living, land for livelihood

August 3, 2017

The landmark event of 1960s, Green Revolution, credited to India’s most award-winning scientist in the area of agriculture, Dr. M.S. Swaminathan, followed by another pioneering initiative, Operation Flood, launched in 1970, credited to Dr. Verghese Kurien (1921-2012) and leading to White Revolution in subsequent years, raising India to the top spot among the few milk…

Modern-day Malik Kafurs
Editorial

Modern-day Malik Kafurs

August 2, 2017

Pages of history portray that students of primary and secondary schools some decades past and now in their eighties can recollect names of local kings ruling in different regions of the land credited with many pro-people measures such as building water bodies, planting trees, construction of roads, building infrastructure for travellers and so on, not…

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