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Relevance of land’s epics
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Relevance of land’s epics

Remembering Sage Valmiki by celebrating his (not-exactly-known) birthday with mass participation and government sponsorship and also discourses by seasoned professionals enchanting large audiences comprising children, women, and senior citizens getting transformed by the narratives over centuries, stretching to our times is ample testimony to the undying impression that the land’s epic Ramayana generates in people…

Pursuit of greener pastures
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Pursuit of greener pastures

The nation’s masses are being called upon by public speakers of all hues to be united and patriotic for ensuring solidarity as well as sovereignty of the country in a steadily deteriorating scenario of unrest all over the land. The only perceptible response to the clarion call for contributing to the overall progress of the…

Monarch of maladies
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Monarch of maladies

The list of maladies, bugging both our body and mind, seems to be galloping in number and intensity with no signs of abating, outpacing the global efforts of researchers in the field of sickness care to find drugs and other remedial measures. Various agencies in different countries, in company of World Health Organisation are engaged…

Connecting readers with writers
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Connecting readers with writers

Progressive march of technology, with its origins in printing traced to several centuries past and currently reaching the digital era, thanks to the emergence of electronics, has resulted in a sea change of people engaging themselves in daily life that words cannot cover exhaustively. For sure, the two inventions, namely radio (for transmitting information to…

Insight into insect world
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Insight into insect world

Given the common event of most people getting scared at the sight of scary-looking insects, such as a caterpillar or a cockroach, despite the great advantage of relative size between the two adversaries, one is prompted to briefly narrate the Biblical account of David and Goliath, incidentally conveying a lesson of courage, faith and overcoming…

Sound: Double-edged sword
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Sound: Double-edged sword

Mysuru, known for long as a city of residents with a laid-back outlook to life, maybe because of the deafening silence generated and safeguarded by its senior citizens has passed into the hold of residents who relish the glitz and glitter marked by year-round noisy sound on all occasions, festivities, celebrations, felicitations, public functions in…

Women wage-earners
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Women wage-earners

The successive decennial census being conducted in the country has revealed two features of the nation’s population triggering debates in different circles highlighting concerns about both. One is the predominant presence of youth in the total headcount portrayed as a mass of human resources with potential to generate an economy many times of the currently…

Food: An entity till eternity
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Food: An entity till eternity

A highly peer-rated biochemist, known among circles with close contact with him because of his erudition in keeping himself informed about researches in the vast field of life sciences published in prestigious science journals both in India and several other countries had the conviction that food was a difficult area for pursuing research. However, he…

Dealing with deadly duo
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Dealing with deadly duo

Even as war-like scenes are being reported from virtually every nook and corner of the world with the warring sides using weaponry far advanced for their striking power compared to the hardware of the era of the two world wars, two other ubiquitous activities of people are hogging the column space of dailies of all…

Wellness at Workplace
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Wellness at Workplace

The wise in society have made many statements on work prompting the rest to turn their attention towards their attitude to work, possibly to take pride in whatever they do. The expression Work is Worship may have prompted the top brass in the then Government of Mysore of 1950s to display the message Government’s Work…

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