In this fast paced and competitive world, everyone loves to be victorious and such victories always make us happy. When we achieve something, when we get good profit in business or good appraisal and good hike, when we get appreciated for our work; there are many such things in life which make us happy and we feel like celebrating such happy moments.
But in our usual life, the occurrence of such happy moments is not very regular. We can feel that we have more downs in our lives than ups. In the race to win and get happiness, many a times we overlook the small happy moments of our lives. One should learn to be happy, happiness is not only in big victorious moments but we can find happiness and motivation to celebrate life even in small Continue reading →
Since childhood, Hetal wanted to be a doctor. Being born and brought up in a rich Gujrati family, she is not interested in earning lots of money, but she wants to help the poor and needy people through the noble medical profession. Her father is one of the leading doctors in Ahmedabad who is a well known physician.
Her father works in the government hospital, apart from his work hours, he spends rest of his time in the clinic adjacent to his house. He opened the clinic not for monetary benefits but to help the poor people. He doesn’t Continue reading →
Whenever guests comes to your home, it is customary to ask them for tea or coffee. It is a good way to welcome one’s guests, especially in India it is a very common practice and evenings are meant for tea with snacks. It is like if you are an adult, it is mandatory for you to have tea or coffee.
Suppose, one fine day you are going to your office riding on your bike (without wearing helmet) and suddenly your bike crashes with a car (trying to jump signal at the crossroad) and you are thrown few feets away from your bike after toppling many times. Or suppose, you slipped and fell down in the bathroom. Apart from small injury in the head nothing else happens to you. Then you get up early morning on the next day but you don’t remember a damn thing about yourself and others.
What will you do if such an unfortunate tragedy happens to you? You will go to the doctor but here one needs the care of specialists. Neurologists or the ones who are experienced in taking care of issues related to the brain, as in both the above instances there are injuries in the head (major or minor). In India there are many neurology clinics but there are many highly qualified and experienced neurologists in Mumbai.
In this fast paced world, we need everything on the move and that too fast. There was a time, when we used to communicate with our friends and relatives in different cities through the means of letters and then came landline phones and STD and PCO booths. Slowly our world evolved and the communication system got easier with the introduction of mobile phones. Also internet entered our lives, which made long distance communication even more easier. It made available valuable information within seconds in our hands, we can send and receive documents through email and still lots of advancements are going on in this field.
Previously our mobile phones were not smart, they were used just for making calls. But now phones have become smart and very aptly they are called “Smartphones”. Earlier we needed to have desktop computer and internet connection or we had to go to the nearest cyber cafes to access internet. But now Smartphones have made everything available on finger tips.
Book: The Accidental Wife
Author: Simi K. Rao
Type: Contemporary Romantic Fiction
Publisher: Kando Books
Published: March 2015
Number Of Pages: Ebook, 206
What is the book about?
Dr. Rihaan Mehta is a brilliant young neurosurgeon who has no inclination for love or marriage. According to him wives and girlfriends are annoying accessories that one can do without. But when his mother dangles the sword over his head in classic Bollywood style, he succumbs, and sets out in search of a bride who would fit his ‘requirements’. But can Rihaan deal with what he gets instead?
He frowned, straining to decipher her features obscured by deep shadow. “Deepika?”
“Naa…, not Deepika.” She stepped forward into the light, a bright smile illuminating her strikingly graceful features.
His heart sank. Not Continue reading →