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Dr. Bellipadi Satish Rai passes away
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Dr. Bellipadi Satish Rai passes away

Mysuru: City’s renowned doctor, writer, art patron and a pro-society thinker Dr. Bellipadi Satish Rai, popularly known as the Common Man’s Doctor, passed away at a private hospital in Bengaluru yesterday afternoon. He was 73. He leaves behind his wife Asha Rai, son Dasharath Rai, daughter-in-law, grandchild, brothers B. Rajashekar Rai and B. Ramanath Rai…

Dr. Satish Rai as I knew him
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Dr. Satish Rai as I knew him

A couple of days back I learnt from Dr. Shyam Prasad Shetty, Head of Cardiothoracic, JSS Hospital, Mysuru, that his cousin Dr. B. Satish Rai and my family doctor was admitted to Narayana Hrudayalaya, Bengaluru, in a serious condition. Yesterday around 4 pm he again called me to give the sad news. I first saw…

A Common Man’s Doctor: Bellipadi Satish Rai
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A Common Man’s Doctor: Bellipadi Satish Rai

Offers FREE treatment for patients with Dengue, Chikungunya The fear of widespread vector-borne diseases is spreading panic among the people. The hospitals, both government and private, are full with patients. Even though the scene is the same outside a private clinic in Siddarthanagar, the patients flocking the clinic are going back with great relief. Sri…

There is no other art bigger than Yakshagana: Dr. Bellipadi Satish
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There is no other art bigger than Yakshagana: Dr. Bellipadi Satish

Mysuru: “Although there are numerous forms of performing arts, there is none bigger than Yakshagana,” opined Dr. Bellipadi Satish Rai, President of Bellipadi Yaksha Samskrutika Vedike. He was speaking after inaugurating Yakshagana classes organised by Karavali Yakshagana Kendra at Vijaya Vittala School premises here on Sunday. Pointing out that Yakshagana was a full-scale theatre art,…

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