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  • 05-04-2019
    46th Rajagiri Round Table Conference        
    Churning out graduates in a variety of subjects can't be the ultimate... Read More
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    Building a Startup Ecosystem
    Gone are the days of a world populated by asset-heavy corporations, who committed massive amounts of capital to build factories, storage facilities for parts and finished products with attendant sec... Read More
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    COLORECTAL CANCER CONCERNS                  
    Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer worldwide. The numb... Read More
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    ARE HEADPHONES HARMFUL ?                    
    Sir, my child has the headphones on all the time even when he walks, sleeps and travels; isn’t it bad for his ears? Please ask him to stop doing that! It has been a common demand and question ... Read More
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  • 03-09-2018
    Stressed Out by Technology Overload         
    Joe, a 17-year-old higher-secondary student was brought into the clin... Read More
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    Family Affair                               
    This note is prompted by the untoward and unfortunate events surrounding the death of a young man, Kevin, as a consequence of his marrying a girl, Neenu, against the explicit wishes of her parents.... Read More
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  • 04-04-2019
    Those who have ear to hear, They Hear!      
    More than 99% of the information that reaches human mind reaches eith... Read More
  • 05-03-2019
    DEVELOP EYES THAT PERCEIVE                  
    Sixteenth century was the century of Renaissance in the West, marked by the rise of science and technology. It required large-scale and persistent dissent to repudiate the mighty worldviews framed ... Read More
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Is a 'waiver' worse than a 'haircut'?...                  
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I’M OK, YOU’RE OK...                                  
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