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A Common Man’s Doctor: Bellipadi Satish Rai
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A Common Man’s Doctor: Bellipadi Satish Rai

Offers FREE treatment for patients with Dengue, Chikungunya The fear of widespread vector-borne diseases is spreading panic among the people. The hospitals, both government and private, are full with patients. Even though the scene is the same outside a private clinic in Siddarthanagar, the patients flocking the clinic are going back with great relief. Sri…

Icons for Vajranabhi
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Icons for Vajranabhi

By Dr. Devdutt Pattanaik – Author, Speaker, Illustrator, Mythologist Vajranabhi, son of Aniruddha, grandson of Pradyumna, and great-grandson of Krishna, was king of Mathura and leader of the Yadava clan. He had heard a lot about Krishna, lovingly called Shyam, and so wondered how his illustrious ancestor actually looked. Sadly, no one he knew in…

Vibrant homes for prosperity
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Vibrant homes for prosperity

Identifying the good sectors based on the orientations of the building, compass directions and neighbourhood afflictions and countering the ill-effects of the bad sectors within the building is the basis of authentic Feng Shui analysis. We literally mirror our environments and it is a known fact that like attracts like and vibrates in harmony. The…

Yes, Minister Nirmala Sitharaman who delivers on her promises
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Yes, Minister Nirmala Sitharaman who delivers on her promises

Union Minister of State for Commerce and Industry  Nirmala Sitharaman was in city recently to participate in the day-long programmes that included meeting BJP workers to see the progress of Vistarak campaign and interact with the trade bodies on GST. In spite of her busy schedule, the erudite, highly articulate, thinking-politician, who does not hesitate…

Mandatory protocol for Surgeons?
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Mandatory protocol for Surgeons?

By K.B. Ganapathy, Editor-in-Chief On July 3, 2017, I wrote in this column about Dr. NO. Now, let me write about the same profession where some fail to follow medical ethics. They work like robots that too make mistakes, not because they are irresponsible but because of some technical error. But what about the human…

Krishnappa Venkatappa An Artist Extraordinaire
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Krishnappa Venkatappa An Artist Extraordinaire

By Dr. S.N. Bhagirath, Anaesthesiologist, Bangalore Krishnappa Venkatappa, the renowned artist, painter, sculptor and musician was among the few artists of his time to embody the idealism of the revival movement. His family had come to Mysore from Chitradurga during the reign of Krishnaraja Wadiyar III and were accomplished court painters (chitragaras) who were known…

Coorg  Calling
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Coorg Calling

It’s raining in Kodagu and you won’t get a better place to spend your weekends and holidays amidst tranquil, pristine and serene atmosphere. The lush green surroundings and tourist spots have been beckoning tourists who are ready to spend a day or two amidst nature. Kodagu is also home for a number of waterfalls which…

The sage who hears silence
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The sage who hears silence

By Dr. Devdutt Pattanaik – Author, Speaker, Illustrator, Mythologist While in American families, one is encouraged to verbalise ‘I love you’, in most Indian families you don’t need such overt expressions to feel loved and included. Through silence, many things can be communicated: love, hatred, acceptance, rejection, suffering, understanding. The unmanifest (nirakar) is seen as…

And I was ordained a Jenukuruba…
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And I was ordained a Jenukuruba…

By Dr. R. Balasubramaniam Caste and religion has today become an inseparable part of the daily discourse.  Whether it is a discussion around a marriage in the family, or renting out one’s house or the politics of the nation, we seem to have reconciled to this being a part of our DNA. While some of…

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