Tag: Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem

Two Keepers of the Holy Cross !
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Two Keepers of the Holy Cross !

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD The recent passing away of Fr. Denis Noronha, a very well-known catholic priest of the Mysuru Diocese, brings to my mind snippets of my very long association with him as I started my education and completed it right up to the B.Sc. level, entirely in Christian educational institutions in…

A Road Map for NH 275
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A Road Map for NH 275

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD Yes, that is going to be the new name of the now ‘not-so-good-old’ Mysore-Bangalore road that we have all been driving on all these years. The debate on whether we should or should not widen the existing road between Mysuru and Bengaluru seems to have started, at least on…

Musings on Dogs and Men!
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Musings on Dogs and Men!

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD Being neither a dog-lover nor a dog-hater, little did I think that I would be writing about dogs and men today. But that was only until I read in yesterday’s SOM that our City Corporation is seriously planning to regulate dog ownership within the limits of Namma Mysuru. The…

The Nipah Virus Scare!
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The Nipah Virus Scare!

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD Like a bolt from the blue, the spectre of the deadly Nipah virus infection which was almost unknown to most people has come into the limelight over the past two weeks. The first known outbreak of this disease was from the village of Nipah in Malaysia in the year…

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