Author: shishirdr

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गहरे मानसून का बादल हूँ, बन के मोती पिघलता हूँ, ग़र करोगे याद पाओगे मुझे मैं हर सावन सफ़र करता हूँ । मैंने देखा है तेरी आँखों में यादों की एक कशिश सी, वो शिकवे वो शिकायतें, जज़्ब अरमानों का वो सूखा दरिया, अबकी ऐसा करता हूँ, तेरी ही छत से होके गुजरता हूँ, बस…
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July 14, 2021 0


सुनो, आज फिर मिलते हैं, कुछ क़िस्से पुराने सुनाते हैं, कुछ गीत नए गुनगुनाते हैं।   वो बचपन की मधुर यादें, वो नानी दादी की बातें, वो सपने पतंग के पेंच के, वो, अफ़साने शीला की जवानी के, गाँव के पुराने बरगद की छांव, वो बारिश में काग़ज़ की नाव, वो कैंची डंडे की साइकल,…
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June 27, 2021 0

Three important inferences to draw from Ramdev’s flagrant audacity

Mr Ram Kisan Yadav’s recent jibe with allopathic medicine and allopathic doctors created a furore in the media and public. It is definitely more than a mere act of stupidity—well crafted and predetermined. A close inspection of the entire episode will lead us to the following glaring inferences—bold, flagrant and with distasteful revelations. 1.Formal education…
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May 31, 2021 0

Some Heroes Don’t Have A Face

  Have you ever wondered why, despite all its roughness and doom, despite all its unfairness and gloom, and despite all its pain and suffering, this world is still a beautiful living place? What drives the world? What is keeping it bound despite all the looseness and shallowness we see around us every day? Is…
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April 9, 2021 2

Man’s Search for Meaning

Disclaimer: This, by no means, is a review or a critical analysis. My capabilities are too dwarf, too plebeian, too limited to comment or criticize these masterpiece creations. Consider these to be only as thoughts arising out of reading this literary work, thoughts that I wish to share with you all. Man’s Search for Meaning…
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March 6, 2021 0

When your child is suddenly diagnosed to have a critical/debilitating illness

There is only one thing that I dread: not to be worthy of my own suffering….Dostoevsky Why Me? Why My Child? If someone is struck with this unfortunate blow of destiny that his beloved son or daughter has to suffer from a debilitating, potentially lethal disease, or with a medical condition that may have a…
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February 21, 2021 0

ISOPARB-Lohri Delight: An Unofficial Newsletter.

  I was under such a swivet about attending this Lohri-Special, power-packed, webinar Of ISOPARB West Up Chapter that my feet were literally shaking. Thank God it was a cold winter evening and my wife thought it was owing to the low temperature. Whereas, the fact of the matter was that the prospect of attending…
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January 13, 2021 0


Generally speaking, the year 2020 was a year of betrayal. We all were betrayed by hope. The biggest complication of Covid19 is not the lack of respiration which ensues upon its befalling, rather it is the feeling of desperation which lingers upon the world due to forced confinement. A curse—not to socialise. But like the…
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December 26, 2020 0


“If you cannot compete, impede.” The term ‘Mixopathy” does not have a dictionary meaning, nor does it have a legitimate definition behind its origin and use, it is as illegitimate as the government intention behind the notification to legalise the practice of allopathic procedures by Ayurvedic doctors. Over the past few years, there has been…
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December 11, 2020 2

Mandatory CT-Chest Pre-Hospitalisation. Are Mumbai Hospitals Flouting Norms?

Mrs. Niranjana, a seventy-nine-year-old lady, was lying on the stretcher, outside a private hospital in Mumbai, waiting for admission. She was a case of urinary tract infection and does not exhibit any signs and symptoms suggestive of a chest infection. The hospital wouldn’t admit her until the relatives allow the patient to undergo a CT-Chest…
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July 6, 2020 0