Activism not just social media: Ravish

Ananya Mariam Rajesh CAMPUS: “Activism and democracy isn't just about posting on social media. It's about getting out there,” said internationally recognised journalist Ravish Kumar during an interaction with the students of the Department of Communication at St Joseph’s College (Autonomous) on September 22. The Ramon Magsaysay Award winner, and also the Managing Editor of... Continue Reading →

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In a role reversal, patrons seek out Theyyam performers

Anna Thomas Bengaluru: Theyyam, the popular ritual form of worship that is practiced in Kerala, is getting a closer scrutiny. However, its practitioners need not worry. As the Theyyam season starts in Northern Malabar, tourists are opting to not just watch the performances but are also making the efforts to delve a little more into... Continue Reading →

'Antibiotic misuse rampant in kids'

Rahu Venuh Bengaluru: A study released on the medical journal PLoS One by the Public Health Foundation of India on Wednesday found that there was rampant misuse of antibiotics in India, largely among children aged below 4 years. The study found that the prescriptions were mostly from private doctors. Explaining the phenomenon, Dr Sourabh Kumar... Continue Reading →

State leads India in solar production

Dilasha KC Karnataka continues to lead in the country in generating solar energy, having produced 4,504.35 MW until September 2019, according to a written reply in the Lok Sabha by Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) New and Renewable Energy RK Singh. This is in continuation of the state's achievements in generating solar energy. Karnataka... Continue Reading →

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