In these days of extreme stress, especially among the working married couples, the very fabric which upholds the family values, gets seriously disrupted, writes V Mohan Rao
Oversized school bags are taking their toll on the nation’s future. A large number of school kids carrying heavy bags are falling victims to permanent medical conditions
Three months gone by and the police are struggling to crack the mystery behind the Siddantha Darshana Mandir burglary case even as there is a growing demand for a CBI probe into the case.
Two theorists who predicted the existence of the subatomic Higgs boson almost 50 years ago - and were proven right only in 2012
Niren Jain, Co-ordinator of Kudremukh Wildlife Foundation has appealed to all organizations concerned to name the campaign against our river diversion as ’Campaign against Nethravathi River Diversion Project’
Behind Rahul Gandhi’s appearance at the Press Club of India on Friday was his core team that orchestrated a scripted exercise of making the Congress vice- president attack the ordinance
The Yettinahole project, nothing but a la- Netravathi diversion project, the name changed in all probability to hoodwink people...
When the nation celebrates its 67th Independence Day we have to keep wondering as to who are the real masters in the nation- The Citizens or the lobbies of the politician- bureaucrat – feudal elements?, writes Prof. Narendra Nayak
Dr Kurunji Venkatramana Gowda, the Architect of Modern Sullia and the visionary personality who transformed the sleepy town of Sullia into an educational hub, is no more.
Moily should set a realistic goal for reducing oil imports and not announce unachievable predictions. Such predictions will have unintended consequences of sending wrong signals to energy sector.
With our own people at the helm of the Railway Ministry, there is light at the end of the tunnel as far as demand for a separate Mangalore Railway Divison is concerned
In present times when Agriculture is facing serious challenges and natural healthy local grown food is very scarce - one rare Octogenarian can be looked upon as a guiding light to future generations.
When the picture of Ellur near Padubidri is fighting air and water pollution due to the 1200 mw UPCL thermal plant is before us, another project of 4000 mw proposed at Niddodi would spell doom for the region.
A student of Manipal 30 years ago, Usha Srinath reflects upon what is leading to the incidents of violence on women - whether it’s the dress, mindset or the media - on the backdrop of the recent rape incident at Manipal campus.