‘Political ethics losing its meaning’

BANGALORE: Lamenting that the number politicians with a research bent of mind has come down in our country, renowned scientist Roddam Narasimha said that political ethics is losing its meaning

Published: 18th March 2012 02:29 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:37 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: Lamenting that the number politicians with a research bent of mind has come down in our country, renowned scientist Roddam Narasimha said that political ethics is losing its meaning.

He was speaking at the 125th birth anniversary of D V Gundappa organised by Samaja Sevakara Samithi. During the occasion,  DVG’s book ‘A Compendium of Writing on Political Issues’ published by Kavyala Publication was also released.

“DVG has contributed a lot to the field of Kannada literature and journalism. He has mentioned about the political ethics and things pertaining to politics in his books” said Roddam.

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