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Natural farming to avert Nature’s fury
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Natural farming to avert Nature’s fury

M.K. Kailash Murthy’s unique experiment in natural farming at Kollegal can act as shield against natural disasters like it happened in Kodagu and Kerala By Prof. B. Sheik Ali At a time when there are talks about how to prevent or at least minimise the damage caused by natural disasters like floods and landslides in…

Reflections…: On Mysore University
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Reflections…: On Mysore University

There was an Editor’s Note to the letter titled “Buildings in Manasagangothri: A correction” in SOM dated Aug. 6, 2018. The note stated: “In spite of the University of Mysore (UoM) celebrating its centenary, it took nearly one hundred years for a comprehensive book on the history of the University to come out. The book…

Prof. Sheik Ali thanks SOM
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Prof. Sheik Ali thanks SOM

Sir, Many, many thanks for inviting me to 40th Anniversary Celebrations of SOM, which has now attained gentle maturity to throw intensive and meaningful light on vital aspects that confront society. The STAR that emerged on the horizon 40 years ago is still radiating its light more brightly than ever before. This print media has…

Journey of a natural farmer through the eyes of a Historian
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Journey of a natural farmer through the eyes of a Historian

Renowned Historian and former Vice-Chancellor of Mangalore and Goa Universities Prof. B. Sheik Ali, an avid reader of Star of Mysore, is penning an article for this newspaper for the first time. The nonagenarian, in his lucid hand, writes about the importance of natural farming and highlights how M.K. Kailash Murthy, a natural farmer, cultivates…

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