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Choosing from choices
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Choosing from choices

Thanks to the two mutually competing factors namely, the limited total geographical area of the country and its steadily expanding population, resulting in gradually declining land needs per citizen, the issues of sharing the available spaces in their different make-up such as agricultural land, industrial establishments, forest cover, urban territories, hilly areas, deserts, barren lands,…

Dimensions of Development
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Dimensions of Development

The countries of the world continue to be divided into two major categories, namely developed and developing. The latter class of countries, including India, earlier were wearing the uncomplimentary identity as underdeveloped. This seemingly honourable portrayal of these countries from under-developed to developing owes it to the patronising outlook of the functionaries in  high posts…

Monitoring Mysuru’s Misfits
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Monitoring Mysuru’s Misfits

Addressing a gathering comprising representatives of business fraternity, both from India and many countries across the world at the Global Business Meet in the nation’s capital last week, the land’s Prime Minister didn’t hide his pride in saying, despite the opinion expressed in some circles that India can never become a clean country, the nation’s…

Pinching and Pleasing
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Pinching and Pleasing

The game of democracy as played by successive governments of the world’s largest in its category, purely judged by its headcount far in excess of any other country enjoying the privilege of adult franchise to elect people’s representatives as members of Legislative bodies to frame policies and implement them through action by the Executive wing,…

Prosperous people – Plastic Partnership
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Prosperous people – Plastic Partnership

Having taken to the use of products made of plastic in their multiple avatars over several decades, the world is currently waging a losing war against the offending material. After reaching the pinnacle in its image as the most versatile and economical raw material in both industry domain and life of lay people, the now-known-to-all…

Prosperity amidst poverty
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Prosperity amidst poverty

The saying, “It is not he who doesn’t have wealth that is poor, but it is he who desires more that is poor,” as a philosophy of life may neither go down well with the former nor convince the latter. We often hear from knowledgeable quarters that India is a rich country of poor people,…

Elusive electricity
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Elusive electricity

Explaining the universally familiar term electricity as “The set of physical phenomena associated with the presence and motion of matter that has a property of electric charge” may not lead to either fascination or excitement on the part of virtually anybody nowadays, given that this most compelling source of energy is unarguably the most indispensable…

Dealing with diversity
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Dealing with diversity

The slogan that public speakers took fascination to say with pride that society used to hear until not too long ago, namely unity in diversity, applied to the land’s masses, seems to have become not only outdated but also suffered a time-warp. Considering the number of causes triggering road shows in their pursuit by well-marked…

Dependent Democracy
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Dependent Democracy

The nation’s economic health is tied closely with issues of facing threats to its sovereignty from two hostile neighbouring countries and, in addition increasing shortfall in natural resources (fossil fuel, coal and minerals). Although the country is reportedly the world’s biggest importer of defence equipment, its vulnerability across the borders with the two ill-behaving neighbours…

Sustaining secular status
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Sustaining secular status

The most obvious casualty of life nowadays seems to be harmony among nations and their populations across the world, given the reports in the columns of dailies overflowing with details of misdemeanour by individuals and sections of society on myriad counts, including the passion to display depth of devotion to their respective faith, creeds and…

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