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Kavery Nambisan

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In The Double Helix’s Tight Embrace

In The Double Helix’s Tight Embrace

Jul 14, 2016

Genes define the individual. Siddhartha Mukherjee’s poetic exegesis charts its thrilling discovery and its current significance in ethical medicine.

Karachi Diary

Karachi Diary

Apr 03, 2015

The ordinary man lives in a world apart from the well-heeled ranks and a thriving, upwardly mobile middle class is not as visible as in India.

Staring At Senescence

Staring At Senescence

Jan 09, 2015

A brilliant look at ageing, illness and approaching death shows how modern medicine fails on the emotional frontier

Don’t Ruin Your Figure, Love

Don’t Ruin Your Figure, Love

Jul 06, 2012

The facts revealed here are much like journalistic reporting and so it could have worked as non-fiction. As a novel, it does not.

A Course Corrected

A Course Corrected

Feb 20, 2010

A three-year MBBS for doctors in villages could be a cure for all

Life Beyond The Writ

Life Beyond The Writ

Aug 09, 2008

The abortion law should have the provision for cases outside legal limits

Washed Your Hand Of Ethics?

Washed Your Hand Of Ethics?

Jun 30, 2007

Then this first-person medical report is a must-read. For all its lapses, it's an honest spot diagnosis.

The Rural Gangrene

The Rural Gangrene

Dec 16, 2006

Docs in villages need to be multi-skilled. For, there are very few of them.

Dr Sad And The Power Lunch

Dr Sad And The Power Lunch

Mar 03, 2004

"I love food but keep things simple," said Dr Sad. "This meal hasn't cost more than ten rupees." Sad could get away with serving dinner to a guest and then announcing how cheap it was. The joint-runner up entry in the third Outlook-Picador Non-Fictio

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