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In the Pink…
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In the Pink…

Tabebuia roseo alba (a paler variant of the pink tabebuia), a rather rare tree in Mysuru which is now in full bloom at the Royal Inn Hotel in KRS Road. This tree, however, is plentiful in Bengaluru, especially on the Airport road. [Pic. by Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem].

Beware! Bathrooms can kill too!
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Beware! Bathrooms can kill too!

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD We have all seen a most shocking and disturbing incident in the very tragic death of Sridevi, a phenomenally versatile, much loved and admired actress. While nothing that has been said about the circumstances in which she met her end seems very convincing, the fact remains that she died…

Life before the ‘Touch Screen’ Era
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Life before the ‘Touch Screen’ Era

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD Last night I happened to attend a CME. Now, this acronym which may seem a little unknown to most people, stands for ‘Continuing Medical Education’ and it denotes an educational activity that involves lectures, seminars or workshops which give doctors an opportunity to refresh and update their knowledge in…

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