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Obnoxious Oratory
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Obnoxious Oratory

The nation’s Lok Sabha is heading to be a reality for the 17th time in a span of seven decades of its rule as a democracy. The elderly may feel tickled if they are reminded about their referring to the number 17 in days past. Their humour was lost on students not crossing the bar…

Trailing the teachers
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Trailing the teachers

The education sector, primary and secondary schools in particular, continues to be the whipping boy as it were for its shortcoming on many counts, not to forget the phenomenon of school drop out showing no signs of abating in the State. The teacher fraternity who have been in the background, escaping the assault by the…

Trash trouble
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Trash trouble

Three players are engaging each other in a national game. The land’s masses constitute the major party, diverse as they are on every conceivable count, not to ignore the languages they use to express their thoughts and opinions about others, unmindful of however unsavoury their ways of making their presence noticed in public domain. The…

Invoking icons
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Invoking icons

Vedavyasa and Valmiki stand out as most ancient authors of scripts which represent a rich legacy of literary wealth with messages that are relevant for all times. Their successors in later generations up to modern times who lived in different regions of the country in the range of monarchs to mendicants such as Ashoka and…

Creating a Hampi in Mysuru
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Creating a Hampi in Mysuru

The pace of life and ways of residents in urban spaces across the country seem to have left the senior citizens stranded and dazed. The gen next has neither the frame of mind nor time to bestow attention to their elderly, euphemistic identity of the oldies. The scenario of that change that is hard to…

Persuasion Vs Punishment
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Persuasion Vs Punishment

The time-honoured outlook of respectfully remembering teachers, loaded with a deep sense of sentiment and raising one’s teacher to the rank of divinity (Gurudevobhava) seems to have faded to the point of vanishing in our times. The expression “Home is the child’s first school and mother the first teacher” (Maneye modala shale, thaayiye modala guru)…

Working hours and work
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Working hours and work

The air is abuzz with claims of the incumbent government at the Centre, in the august company of the State government, in addressing the enduring problem of unemployment by creating the frequently revised number of jobs stated as so many millions in both organised and unorganised sectors of the economy even as those claims continue…

Dialogue with the dead
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Dialogue with the dead

Given the rising pitch and volume of verbal exchanges among the powers that be at the helm in most countries of the world in virtually all the regions of the planet in particular and among the people of respective countries in general, specially our nation of multiple socio-economic-cultural-ethnic diversity, one is obliged to turn to…

Cramped cities, restive residents
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Cramped cities, restive residents

The ratio of urban and rural populations to the country’s total headcount has begun to be noticed with more than academic interest even as the number of cities, their spread of land, density of residents as well as their personal transport vehicles are all rising at a rate never witnessed in the past. Bengalureans who…

Generating Generations
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Generating Generations

People of every generation, particularly the land’s senior citizens, can be heard expressing their disillusionment about the people of their succeeding generation, the section of youth in particular, on a multitude of counts, specially their disrespect and disfavour of virtually every aspect of the land’s time-honoured customs and traditions. The remarks by the elderly, downgrading…

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