Bias and us

Recent goings-on have been very divisive. Some have revealed deep fault lines in our society as seldom before. Many friends messaged me saying that I am wrong. “You are wrong” they say. Some concede that I am merely biased. That is true. I am biased. There are certain unchangeable facts about me. I am male, […]

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Son of a Gun.

“Yes, I will be there,” I reassured the president at the other end of the line. “I am ready with the presentation.” I put the phone down and turned to face Somu, who sat beside me. “President? Was it the –” Somu or Somasundram was my companion for the day at the MAFT meeting. I […]

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A QUEST

Hello everyone. I don’t know how to start this narrative, as I am rather inexperienced in writing. My name is Sai Krishna, and I am a cardiac surgeon. I am forty-six years old. I don’t remember writing a single letter in my life, though my aunt, Thankamma, insists she received one from me when I […]

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BRAVE NEW WORLD

Dr Surendran’s OP room was spacious. Apart from the two chairs across, and the massive desk in front, two plush couches and a study table occupied the room. The latest Filmfare and Cine Blitz lay on the glass-top table. An enormous pane of glass separated the room from the spectacular lobby of the New World […]

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