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One law for man, another for our Godmen?

B.S.NAGARAJ writes from Bangalore: Watching the sensational developments in Swami Nithyananda‘s “ashram” over the last couple of days and his “escape” to an undisclosed location, you wouldn’t be wrong in concluding that there is a republic within the republic of India. 650 more words

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'Praja Vani' special issue guest-edited by a Dalit

Many Indian newspapers now invite a “Guest Editor” to create some buzz.

Usually the guest is a boldfaced name: a cricketer (Yuvraj Singh), a godman (Sri Sri… 226 more words

Churumuri

'Praja Vani' special issue guest-edited by a Dalit

Many Indian newspapers now invite a “Guest Editor” to create some buzz.

Usually the guest is a boldfaced name: a cricketer (Yuvraj Singh), a godman (Sri Sri… 226 more words

Churumuri

What to do after ravaging our natural resources

Kannada writer and convener of Janapara Rajakeeya Ranga, Devanur Mahadeva, in an interaction with the media:

“Earlier, the education, liquor, sugar and industrial lobbies used to control politics from behind the scenes.

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What your nela and what your jala says about you

First Cauvery, now Hogenakal: Karnataka’s river of distrust with Tamil Nadu runs deep. After sparring over how to share water from the Cauvery, the two States have now locked horns over the Hogenakal Integrated Water Scheme. 1,617 more words

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