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K. Ramachandra, a Gamaka Artiste Unparalleled
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K. Ramachandra, a Gamaka Artiste Unparalleled

July 14, 2017

Parampare and K. Ramachandra Abhimanigala Balaga have jointly organised a programme at Nadabrahma Sangeetha Sabha on JLB Road in city tomorrow (July 15) at 11 am to felicitate K. Ramachandra, a Senior Gamaka Artiste from Mysuru, who turns 75. Scholar Dr. T.V. Venkatachala Shastry will release the felicitation volume ‘Krishnagiri.’ Dr. T.N. Nagarathna will speak…

How Sanskrit evolved in India
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How Sanskrit evolved in India

July 13, 2017

By Dr. Devdutt Pattanaik – Author, Speaker, Illustrator, Mythologist In extremist Christian America, evolution is a bad word. Children are taught Creationism, or Intelligent Design, which insists on the role of God in creating the world. Anyone who opposes them is aligned to the Devil. Likewise, in extremist Hindutva India, and extremist Hindutva America, Aryan…

Adding spark to your life
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Adding spark to your life

July 10, 2017

The science of Feng Shui takes into account four important factors, the Chi or “breath of life” potential of the neighbourhood, the site orientation or the importance of the direction in which the building faces, the five elements — fire, water, wood, metal, earth — and their mutual influence upon a location and the power…

MONSOON TOURISM to have a splash
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MONSOON TOURISM to have a splash

July 8, 2017

By S.N. Venkatnag Sobers The trend of tourists thronging water landscapes in and around Mysuru has just started with the slow arrival of annual rains. As the monsoon picks up, tourist visits to such spots reaches its peak. Mysuru and its neighbourhood are  home to many such sight-seeing places which are considered to be ideal…

Cricket fever grips Mysuru officials
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Cricket fever grips Mysuru officials

July 7, 2017

By S.N. Venkatnag Sobers It is a known fact that cricket is a religion in India. There is hardly a person who wouldn’t have played cricket, though not professionally, at least in grounds as children. Currently, the cricket buffs are keen on watching the Indian Eves playing at the ongoing World Cup in England. But…

Seeing God in Man…
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Seeing God in Man…

July 5, 2017

By Dr. R. Balasubramaniam This incident happened a few years ago. I was walking towards Sri Ramakrishna Ashrama in Mysore and was waiting at a signal-light to cross the road. Being a 4-way junction, the wait seemed to be a long one. It was then that I noticed a middle-aged woman selling bananas by the…

Dr. No
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Dr. No

July 3, 2017

By K.B. Ganapathy, Editor-in-Chief Those were the days of government hospitals and private doctors. The words clinic and family doctors came later. This was followed by that rare breed FRCS and MRCP, all from England. By 1970s, transfiguration in the medical horizon began. A large number of private hospitals, corporate hospitals and specialists with Indian…

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