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Most unhygienic, dusty, dirty & disorganised M.G. Road Vegetable Market: Koti worked to modernise it, but failed
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Most unhygienic, dusty, dirty & disorganised M.G. Road Vegetable Market: Koti worked to modernise it, but failed

Mysuru:  A book on Senior Journalist Rajashekar Koti’s life and writings, titled ‘Koti – Odugara Andolana,’ was released at ‘Koti Nenapu’ programme organised by the Mysuru District Journalists Association (MDJA) on his first death anniversary, at Kalamandira here yesterday. Speaking on the occasion, SOM Editor-in-Chief K.B. Ganapathy (KBG), who was one of the guests of…

Taking ownership of a movement
Abracadabra By K. B. Ganapathy, Columns

Taking ownership of a movement

The other side of  Sir MV’s clarion call “Industrialise or Perish’ is Pratham’s call “Educate Children or Perish”. Every child. Specially in government schools When Ashvini Ranjan, Bhamy Shenoy and Anil Kothari walked into my office recently, I thought they had come to ask for donation for Pratham, the NGO dedicated to educating children in…

Old private bus stand at Madikeri likely to be an open public space
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Old private bus stand at Madikeri likely to be an open public space

Madikeri: Taking note of suggestions made by Star of Mysore Editor-in-Chief K.B. Ganapathy in his column ‘Choomantra,’ published in Mysooru Mithra, sister concern of Star of Mysore on Nov.1, Kodagu District Minister S.R. Mahesh, who is also the Tourism Minister held a meeting with officials to chalk out a plan to construct a tourist-friendly park…

Of Common Salt and Common Sense !
Abracadabra By K. B. Ganapathy, Columns

Of Common Salt and Common Sense !

If the salt loseth its savour, wherewith shall it be salted? —Bible For want of a nail the Kingdom was lost,” is a proverb, reminding that seemingly unimportant acts or omissions can have grave and unforeseen consequences. It refers to the horse-shoe nail. Seemingly unimportant but it crippled the horse and led to the loss…

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