Editorial

Excessively energised emotion
Editorial

Excessively energised emotion

March 8, 2017

Saints of a distant past who walked on our land as well as sinners of our times whom even the visually challenged can notice, the former marked by unqualified piety and the latter who prescribe virtues that they don’t practice are on common ground on stressing the need for and importance of protecting  ourselves from…

Be like a Roman while in Rome
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Be like a Roman while in Rome

March 7, 2017

Of the lines taken from the Upanishads, quoted nowadays by public speakers of all hues with various backgrounds, the outlook that the world is a family stands out. The lines, drawn from Maha Upanishad translate to: “One is a relative, the other stranger, say the small minded. The entire world is a family, say the…

World is watching
Editorial

World is watching

March 6, 2017

Taking stock of where the society in the land is heading to, as objectively as the manner of pursuing the task meets with its unqualified acceptance, one may have to indulge in talking about the difficult-to-control perverse behaviour of the land’s people, of course, taking care not to stereotype all of them in one sweep….

Plight of providers
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Plight of providers

March 4, 2017

We often hear some individuals who wish to be identified as intellectuals, particularly those who profess to teach management science (if the scientific fraternity accept this as the main stay of their bread and butter) taking fancy to say that “Every problem has a solution,” not forgetting to say in the same breath that “If…

Merry Mysureans
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Merry Mysureans

March 3, 2017

The air all over is abuzz with adulation in some circles for happenings such as demonetisation and accusation in some other circles for the unbecoming conduct of the netas across virtually all regions of the land, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh figuring conspicuously for now. Voices of aam janata loudly expressing disenchantment with the administration at…

Country’s crisis ridden cities
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Country’s crisis ridden cities

March 2, 2017

Displaying boundless love for village life and finding oneself in no frame of mind to move out of one’s favoured city is a game many people are seen playing with no signs of that mental dilly-dallying consciously finding a definite end. The dilemma reminds one of the Shakespeare soliloquies in his play Hamlet “To be,…

Dawn of wisdom
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Dawn of wisdom

March 1, 2017

Cities and countries too acquired celebrity status in many regions, including India, being identified based on their unique, sometimes exclusive features. Monuments, colourful fountains, gardens, avenues, unique-looking inhabitants, rare species of animals as well as plants and so on have figured in such identities. Bengaluru as Garden City, Mysuru as Heritage City, Pune as Pensioners’…

VIP verbal diarrhea
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VIP verbal diarrhea

February 28, 2017

The land, including Karnataka, hosted noble minds both in the distant past and within living memory who espoused the use of one’s tongue to converse and communicate with others taking care to be gentle, honest, pleasing, purposeful, and not to forget, not hurting sentiments. The cornucopia of Subhashitas and Shanthimantras, attributed to those nameless great…

Healthcare heading haywire
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Healthcare heading haywire

February 27, 2017

Seeking cures for ailments in a steadily growing range of seriousness, many of them nagging despite medication administered under instructions of the attending doctor(s), not to forget those that are life-threatening, seems to be the greatest challenge of people at large, cutting across virtually the entire cross section of society. One is prompted to modify…

East is East, West is West The twain shall meet
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East is East, West is West The twain shall meet

February 23, 2017

Over a century ago, long before the term multicultural gained currency, Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936), born in the-then-Bombay, one of the late Victorian poets and story-tellers, awarded Nobel Prize for Literature in 1907, also known for his unpopular political views, wrote a poem titled “The Ballad of East and West” whose initial line reads “East is…

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