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Theatre of the Absurd, Karnataka: Arabian Nights of a Sort!
Abracadabra By K. B. Ganapathy, Columns

Theatre of the Absurd, Karnataka: Arabian Nights of a Sort!

The confidence motion moved in the Karnataka Assembly yesterday by the Congress-JD(S) coalition’s Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy was expected to have a smooth passage, either way, because its procedures were vetted by the Supreme Court, as we know. Sadly, the proceedings took a turn towards an unprecedented pandemonium with the leading coalition partner Congress raising…

Musings on Mysuru Literature Fest
Abracadabra By K. B. Ganapathy, Columns

Musings on Mysuru Literature Fest

Culturally speaking, this month’s mega event for Mysuru city was the holding of the Third Edition of Mysuru Literature Festival (MLF) organised by Mysuru Literary Forum Charitable Trust in conjunction with Mysuru Book Clubs-2015 at Hotel Southern Star for two days, nay for one-and-a-half-days, beginning Saturday at 2 pm. The fest was inaugurated by Dowager…

Pathetic plight of Coalition Govt.
Abracadabra By K. B. Ganapathy, Columns

Pathetic plight of Coalition Govt.

Going by the latest political developments in our State, somehow I feel that my musings written in this same column on May 15, 2018,  under the title ‘Pride goes before the Fall: Musings on Congress defeat in Karnataka’ literally fits to present political scenario. Considering the current political unrest and the blame game that has…

Musings on 17th Parliament: Opposition left licking the wounds
Abracadabra By K. B. Ganapathy, Columns

Musings on 17th Parliament: Opposition left licking the wounds

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s sage advice to all new MPs while addressing the Press yesterday:  “With the new MPs comes new hopes, new aspirations and new determination to serve. When we come to the Parliament we should forget Paksha (Ruling Party) and Vipaksha (Opposition Party). We should think about Nishpaksh spirit (objective neutrality).” The first…

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