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The science of medicine has changed and its organisation has been changing as well. While the improvements in medicine are to be welcomed, it is the absence of warmth that is sorely missed in present day procedures while administering health care to the needy.
They hire themselves out as car cleaners at signals. As they wipe the vehicles, one cannot help notice their plaintive expressions. Some look away while others assuage their guilt by forking out some change.
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By hosting the National Games, AP will be providing its players with the best of infrastructure and exposure to a highly competitive atmosphere, writes ABHIJIT SEN GUPTA.
Lamenting the fall
Syed Nayeemuddin, who's seen the better days of football waits for a turnaround in his fortunes. While lamenting the fall in the standards, the incredible stopper-back shares his opinion on the game with V.V. SUBRAHMANYAM.
A discount of up to 25 per cent is being offered on the entire range of books at A.A. Husain & Co. in Abids as part of its 72nd anniversary celebrations.
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