Tag: K.B. Ganapathy

Musings on Tree Planting in our City
Abracadabra By K. B. Ganapathy, Columns

Musings on Tree Planting in our City

But for Democracy, Bureaucracy would have sealed our lips It was Mahatma Gandhi who wisely said that he would rather have bad self-government than good foreign rule. I had an embarrassing experience of the danger of this Maha Udgarah, great declaration, from Mahatma Gandhi yesterday afternoon. During morning walk, I noticed tree saplings were planted…

A ‘Monsoon Wedding’ in Mysuru
Abracadabra By K. B. Ganapathy, Columns

A ‘Monsoon Wedding’ in Mysuru

Last Saturday, Sunday and Monday were days and evenings I and my wife decided to stay put in city. That was to honour the wedding invite of my friend late A. Raghunath’s grand-daughter. Raghunath was popularly known as  Raghu because of the name of his enterprise. When Raghu’s daughter Savitha and son-in-law Ramesh Kannan came to…

Doctor’s Diagnosis !
Abracadabra By K. B. Ganapathy, Columns

Doctor’s Diagnosis !

Koppa was a small village town in Kodagu. The only government departments there are the ubiquitous Police Outpost and the Post Office. The government hospital was 20 kms away in the Taluk Head Quarters at Virajpet. The village town was in dire need of a doctor. When a young man Narayan from Kodagu completed his…

Karnataka’s Honourable MLAs All
Abracadabra By K. B. Ganapathy, Columns

Karnataka’s Honourable MLAs All

At last, 11 days after the election results came out, on 15th May 2018, Karnataka got its new Government with much drama and suspense. Now is the time for sharing the spoils of election-war. Without wasting time, the top leaders engaged themselves in the Ministry formation exercise immediately after the Assembly was adjourned following the…

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