Despite their glorious legacy and contribution to the nation, the trio of Sir Benegal Narsing Rau, Sir Benegal Rama Rau and Benegal Shiva Rau are today sadly forgotten...
Our people just want to hang on to their beliefs and the cheats exploit their gullibility and most of the people do not even want to accept that they have been taken for a ride, writes Narendra Nayak
Could the presence of excess DMT in the brain be the reason for certain people to claim affinity to God? The divine experiences felt maybe the outcome of hyperactive DMT in their brain.
In the 150th birth year of the Mahatma, Mahesh Nayak reviews the Gandhian principle of nonviolence
What is lacking is the will power and determination on the part of the authorities as well as the elected representatives in solving some of the pressing problems of the city...
Intoxicant use in Mughal India was not only widespread, it also represented an important part of the empire’s history and culture, writes Dr G ShreeKumar Menon
Mangaluru is always way ahead in celebrating CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR - since the Christian influence has been long, wide and strong.
Pink is the color of happiness and is said to have a tranquilizing effect. This color has been the subject of much debate throughout history, writes Dr G ShreeKumar Menon
The Mangalore chapter of the Theosophical Society is well over 100 years now, writes Satya Reddy
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