Diabetes is often believed to be a life long illness, but I am very happy to carry the good news here, diabetes is reversible.... writes Dr. Raghavendra Bhat
Markad Ganesh Kamath was an ordinary man but with extraordinary loyalties to his friends and family,writes Narendra Nayak
Sometimes judicial verdicts instead of settling disputes ignite unrest and widespread tension. This is exactly what the Sabarimala verdict has created.
Regulations for the ingredients used and procedure standardization for making of prasadams needs to be implemented, writes Environmentalist Dr. Bhagya B. Sharma
Our misguided concepts of development and progress are threatening our very existence, writes Dr. G. ShreeKumar Menon
Countries around the world while transforming into multi racial and multi religious democracies are also facing the heat of social unrest and conflicts between various religious groups.
Old Age Homes and other assisted forms of living came with all sorts of misconceptions -the most popular one being that the children are uncaring and had ‘dumped’ their elderly into a Home...
The mysterious death of a seer at a Udupi Mutt last week is now being alleged a murder and things are getting murkier..
This love story that bloomed in Mangalore is even older, than the first detailed description of Mangalore, by traveler historian Ibn Batuta, in 1340...
In its penultimate lap before its term expires the Modi government has announced a bold initiative of “lateral entry” into the well insulated bureaucracy, writes Dr. G ShreeKumar Menon
The Congress should be proud of Pranab Mukherjee. Even its criticism and distrust of Mukherjee could not take the Congress out of the former president in his speech...
Under UPA, when crude oil prices averaged $132 per barrel in July 2008 (it was during that month Brent reached a historic high of $147/b) petrol price was just Rs. 50.62 per liter.
The Karnataka election results bring the principle of bounded rationality in Indian politics to the fore once again, writes Rakesh Kotti
Coastal district of Dakshina Kannada which stands at a threshold of a mixed mindset, confused and not convinced with any of their leaders who have led them to this state of affairs, writes Srinivasan Nandagopal