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Cinque Terre Travelogue
Travel
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Cinque Terre, Italy

People write it as Cinque Terre and call it as ‘Chin-Kway Tey-re’ and it looks out of the world, though it is on the edge

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Musings
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Home for Thought

My home is an extension of the hospital. I live in a hospital. I work in another. I go from the Pediatric hospital where I

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Kolkata skyline as viewed from the Hoogly bridge
Musings
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Balcony to Philosophy

The white Ambassador car stopped in front of a building. I looked at the building trying to see if it was the one I visited 7 years back. I saw a spectacled face from a balcony looking straight at the taxi.

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Travel
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Iceland: A Visit This Summer

A trip to Iceland with my daughter to Reykjavik and Siglufjordur was memorable experience. This summer when there are no nights there, we spent two weeks amidst mountains, ocean, seagulls and ducks, nature at its very best.

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Sports
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The Marathon Man

This is inspirational, considering his feat in marathon is amidst work and circumstances that would make it almost impossible to even think about starting something like marathon. He made me believe that only we limit our potential, like nothing else does.

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This is where I had tea on my way to court.
Education
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Head Injury and Court Evidence

A short summary of a court evidence describes the importance of analysis of intracranial haemorrhages during court evidence. The details of the case, name of the deceased, location of the court and name of the other expert have been purposely hidden. 

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Travel
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To Bhutan and Back

Climbing to Taktsang monastery, reading Buddhist philosophy, harvest time in Bhutan, traditional architecture, Chelela Pass and mountains – some of the cherished snapshots of those few days of life.

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New York University
Education
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New York and New York University (NYU) : A Five Days Trip

The New York University and the city are places where people from all over the world can be seen. It is a mini world where everyone feels themselves as individuals and as part of whole. It’s a place where creativity is welcome in every form conceived. The tourist feels at home and the locals seem to be on the move. The young and not so young are the only distinctions of age. Concept of education, skill and livelihood can be appreciated only with liberated and open minds. It is a mini world, but out of the world.

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