Editorial

Thought for the tummy
Editorial

Thought for the tummy

October 4, 2017

The poet wrote that love is a many splendoured thing. Going by the diverse aspects of food as visualised by the knowledgeable and the rest who are just happy after savouring their well-served favourite dishes, one is prompted to agree with the remark that food is a many splendoured thing too, in no way less…

Tackling urban thirst
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Tackling urban thirst

October 3, 2017

Temples, particularly the shrines of centuries vintage, built by anonymous munis and renowned thinkers credited with philosophical works marked by spiritual ideologies that have endured to this day on the banks of rivers or in their vicinity is common sight in all regions of the country. Karnataka hosts a large number of riverside temples besides…

Generating and gathering data
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Generating and gathering data

October 2, 2017

Authorities at different levels figure occasionally in media reports carrying out exercises that can gladden the citizens at large. That periodic act is rarely reported upon on the front pages of dailies, not even above the fold-line of inner pages. We are talking of the authorities at Zilla Panchayat and also State Administration levels reviewing…

Casting away caste
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Casting away caste

September 28, 2017

Issues relating to the factor of caste, as commonly talked about in public domain across the country have got churned to a point of insanity in our times. The other factor, namely religion, meaning ‘an organised system of beliefs, ceremonies and rules to worship a God or Gods with piety and devotion’ has done incalculable…

One generation to the next…
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One generation to the next…

September 27, 2017

Whether we relish it or not, the generation preceding ours leaves behind a legacy, which in turn the subsequent generation bequeaths. Cash and immovable property are welcome, but not a load of debt to be cleared in tight time-frame and litigation. Information, knowledge and wisdom, in that order, as they relate to daily life and…

Training the untrained
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Training the untrained

September 26, 2017

Moulding the young and growing members in a family, beginning even before the teenage stage, into a versatile adult, strong both physically and mentally, to take on the challenges of life, to imbibe virtues of serving society without self-interest, to take on the duties of the family from where the elders have left and so…

An unending ageless agenda
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An unending ageless agenda

September 25, 2017

The nature, number, volume and, last but not the least, the unbearable intensity of odour of all the residue generated by human beings and accumulating at the end of every day has long past crossed the limit of human ingenuity to deal with the obnoxious mass locally, regionally, nationally and even globally everywhere on planet…

Tolerating and accepting
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Tolerating and accepting

September 23, 2017

A classic example of a specimen who is tolerated by his pals without giving the faintest hint of being accepted is the club-bore (with 100 per cent attendance). If the honourable member neither is aware of the attitude of others towards him nor mindful of the distance that they manage to keep from him is…

Arab-Camel enactment
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Arab-Camel enactment

September 22, 2017

In the narrative “The Book of Fables and Folk Stories” by Horace E. Scudder ((1838-1902), an American man of letters, an episode of human generosity resulting in a none-too-comfortable situation is presented. The story concerns an Arab who was resting in his tent on a cold winter night confronts his camel pleading with him with…

Calling copy-cats
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Calling copy-cats

September 21, 2017

Poets, essayists and novelists, granting their rich vocabulary in the language of their proficiency and a deep desire to express their thoughts as well as life’s experiences deserve to be thanked by their captive readers for sparing their intellectual acumen, in addition to leaving a record of past happenings virtually on the sands of time….

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