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Loss to Pak – Not the end of the world
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Loss to Pak – Not the end of the world

October 27, 2021

By V.N. Prasad At the outset, congratulations to Pak on their victory. In all Departments, they excelled. Brilliant bowling, well-disguised ‘Slower Ones’ and with consistency, excellent fielding, all high catches taken and stupendous batting. Both the openers, Babar and Rizwan, batted beautifully. Let us admit sportingly. Neither Rohit nor KLR are to be blamed for…

Against all odds, the Founder of City’s Bharath Cancer Hospital becomes an Achiever
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Against all odds, the Founder of City’s Bharath Cancer Hospital becomes an Achiever

October 26, 2021

Title:       “Excellence Has No Borders”: Author:   Dr. B. S. Ajaikumar Year:         2020 Pages:      188 Price:      Rs. 699 Publisher: Portfolio By Bhamy V. Shenoy The  book “Excellence Has No Borders”  is by our own Mysurean, Dr. B.S. Ajaikumar, Founder of Bharath Cancer Hospital. This was released during the famous Jaipur Literary Festival…

Fast food joints mushroom city’s nook and corner
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Fast food joints mushroom city’s nook and corner

October 25, 2021

Crushed by pandemic, hotel business face a double whammy with unauthorised street food vending Food changes every day and people want to try the best of everything from street food to eating out at classy restaurants. Street food is very much into fashion because of the cost effectiveness and unbeatable taste and flavour. So popular…

Early Detection and Treatment of Stroke
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Early Detection and Treatment of Stroke

October 25, 2021

By Dr. Aumir Moin, MBBS, MD, DM (Neurology), Senior Consultant Neurologist, Apollo BGS Hospitals, Mysuru Stroke, also known as ‘brain attack’ is identified as one of the major health risks in developing countries. It is associated with significant disability and even death in some cases. Hence it warrants immediate specialist attention. The most important determinant…

The Festival Of Women, By Women, For Women
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The Festival Of Women, By Women, For Women

October 21, 2021

By Dr. Devdutt Pattanaik The word ‘teej’ refers to the third day of the lunar cycle when women fast, stay awake in all night vigils, hoping to find good husbands if not married, and praying for the health of husbands if married. Hariyali Teej is celebrated during the waxing moon of Shravan, Kajari Teej during…

Rediscovering the Joys of Cycling
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Rediscovering the Joys of Cycling

October 20, 2021

By Pooja Harish The last time I peddled was 25 years ago, in school! I seriously wasn’t sure if I could even maintain my balance when one day ‘Vinay Sir’ said that we would cycle on the ring road. Vinay Singh of ‘Royal Ryders Mysore’ is an adventurist, fitness trainer and motivator. Harish, my hubby…

A Conversation with internationally acclaimed violinist Dr. Mysore Manjunath: ‘Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent’
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A Conversation with internationally acclaimed violinist Dr. Mysore Manjunath: ‘Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent’

October 16, 2021

By Rao R. Sharath Mysuru Literature Festival brings together people from all over the country for discussions, talks and readings about literature and writing, in English and Kannada and strives to bring the community together to promote the love of literature in a positive and nurturing environment to discuss things that matter. This time around,…

It’s a battle fought inside hospitals, homes
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It’s a battle fought inside hospitals, homes

October 10, 2021

By Dr. Abhijeet Matha, Resident Doctor, Mysore Medical College & Research Institute Second wave of COVID dealt a bigger blow to Mysuru when compared to the first wave. A team of doctors from Mysore Medical College and Research Institute — senior-most medical faculty which includes Heads of Departments, Nodal Officers, RMOs along with Post-Graduate students,…

Breathing easy after COVID tsunami
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Breathing easy after COVID tsunami

October 10, 2021

But pandemic has not petered out as yet; be on guard, warn doctors Every crisis has its heroes and the doctors and nurses of hospitals, especially Government Hospitals in Mysuru have won accolades for their selflessness and sacrifice in their relentless fight against COVID-19. While on one hand people are largely confined to their homes…

Devanur Lake turns cesspool
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Devanur Lake turns cesspool

October 5, 2021

MUDA’s rejuvenation plan gathering dust with Lake Development Authority Devanur Lake that is beautifully located on the main link road between N.R. Mohalla and Rajivnagar has become an eyesore and is no more than a sewage dump, full of weeds and silt. Pigs, dogs and other stray animals are having a great time feasting in…

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