India and World

Presidential Paradox

June 22, 2012 Sambit Dash 0

A lot of air time, print space over the past few days has been given, to what until sometime back, for masses of India was a nondescript exercise – election of President of India. Thanks […]

Insight

The Beloved

June 1, 2012 Aastha Dubey 0

The one with whom you shared your clothes is now the one with whom you can share your feelings. The one with whom you used to fight is now the one you love as a […]

A Doctor's Diary

How MCODS Manipal Made me Better!

May 18, 2012 Anshul 0

“I’m convinced that the only way to get ahead in this world is to live and sell dangerously. You’ve got to live beyond your means. You’ve got to commit yourself to an act or vision […]

A Doctor's Diary

Euthanasia – My views

May 13, 2012 Vishaal Bhat 0

Image via Wikipedia First Written in May 2006 I’m not going to say why and when euthanasia should be practiced. I just feel that the subject is too sensitive for making such decisions in a […]

A Doctor's Diary

6 Things Good Teachers say about Teaching

May 11, 2012 Vishaal Bhat 1

At the University of California over 150 faculty in forty-eight departments have been honored with Distinguished Teacher award. Essays by the award winners were prepared independently over several years. There are striking similarities about what […]