Girls who are enamoured of careers in films and as fashion models need to be aware of the drug abuse in the film and fashion industry, writes Dr G Shreekumar Menon
Will India see a tussle between soft and extreme right wing elements?, Prof Narendra Nayak analyses in this write-up.
The spiralling drug abuse among teenagers is indeed a matter of great concern, writes Dr. G. Shreekumar Menon
Bethany - Congregation of the Sisters of the Little Flower of Bethany, popularly called ’Bethany Sisters’ is now 100 years old in service of God and humanity
India needs to identify select universities that could be designated and developed as SDG Hubs for educating future generations about the biggest global challenges, writes Dr G Shreekumar Menon
There is a need for both the Centre and State governments to form ministries and departments for senior citizens affairs, writes I. J . Saldanha Shet...
Vice Chancellors will have to transform into Visionary Chancellors if they want their universities to survive and thrive, in the coming decades, writes Dr. G. Shreekumar Menon
We need a paradigmatic change in our educational philosophy, concept of university, educational environment, educational resources and transforming universities into precincts for reflection, metacognition and learning dialogues, writes Dr. G. Shreekumar Menon
Drug Courts deviate in their approach and handling of cases, the predominant goal which is rehabilitation and not conviction, write By Dr G Shreekumar Menon
Mothers can raise their boys sensible and inclusive of all of the world’s views without belittling mankind, writes Hemashree Sayed
Mangalureans have high expectations from the new Mayor and hope he would deliver on the promises he has made soon after assuming office and make the city a still better place to live.
Youth need to be cautioned about the untested and dangerous drugs being touted as sex enhancers in the market, writes Dr G Shreekumar Menon
This year’s ‘Theru’ falls on February 19 and it is all the more special as it commemorates the 200th feast since its beginning...
Union government cites “vaccine hesitancy” as its primary reason behind the slow pace of ‘world’s largest vaccination drive’