Obituary for Roopesh Raj, renowned Pune-based journalist, columnist, mentor and family man. Includes tributes from family, friends and colleagues. #roopeshraj #journalist #Pune #writer #subeditor #thebengali
Categories: Family, Journalism, Learning, Media, News, Pune, Self, Society • Tags: Cornelius Mascarenhas, Dubai, Emirates247, existentialism, Geetanjali Katyayan, Hindustan Times, India, journalism, journalists, Manjiri Damle, Mohan Sinha, ninety9words, Pune, Rahul Chandawarkar, Roger Dragonette, Rohan Pandit, Roopesh Raj, Sanjay Mukherjee, Sanjay Pendse, Sherna Gandhy, Society, sub, subeditor, Sudheer Gaikwad, svengali, thebengali, Times of India, Vitthal Mavinkurve
Obituary on Tushar Uchil, Pune and Mumbai-based Writer, Instructional Designer and Design mentor.
Categories: eLearning, Learning, News, People, Pune, Training • Tags: Brainvisa, eLearning, India, Instructional Designer, Learning, Mumbai, Nitin Agarwal, Nupur Avantika, Pune, Sanjay Mukherjee, Supam Maheshwari, thebengali, Tushar Uchil, Vikas Agarwal
Eight-year-old twins, Devayani and Shivaranjani Bharadwaj have arguably become the youngest self-published wellness co-authors in the country with the release of their debut book, Sun Salutations.
Categories: Education, Family, Learning, Pune, Society • Tags: children authors, Devayani Bharadwaj, Indore, Learning, pandemic, parenting, publishing, Pune, Shivaranjni Bharadwaj, Smita Bharadwaj, Sun Salutations, thebengali, yoga
6.10 am I had a good night’s sleep. Am just coming awake and I can feel that I am going to be reminded of the full meaning of the phrase: the Day After. Yesterday was under post-surgery anaesthesia. Today is with post-surgery pain reality! For starters, my lower back / waist area is feeling strained and has a little pain, probably from lack of movement. Further, any involuntary movement to the left leg is giving me pain in the knee […]
Categories: Healthcare, Pune, Society • Tags: ACL Reconstruction Surgery, Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital Pune, Dr Avijan Sinha, Dr Shirish Pathak, Dr Sunil Mane, healthcare, India, physiotherapist, Pune, Sanjay Mukherjee, Self, Society, surgeon, surgery, thebengali
Diary notes from a patient’s journey into an ACL Reconstruction surgery at Mangeshkar Hospital, Pune, in pandemic times.
Categories: Healthcare, Pune, Self, Society • Tags: ACL Reconstruction Surgery, ACL Tear, COVID-19, Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital Pune, doctors, Dr Khurana, Dr Manjiri Ranade, Dr Shirish Pathak, Dr Sunil Mane, education, existentialism, healthcare, India, IV Tubes, knee, nurses, Operation Theatre, pandemic, Pune, Sachin Vyavahare, Sanjay Mukherjee, Self, surgery, thebengali
6.26 am I feel heavy. Like you feel when you try to haul yourself out of a swimming pool. Can’t open my eyes. My bones are weary. Head is heavy. And I can’t get enough sleep. Another half hour would be great. And what would be the point of getting up anyway? Another day of working from morn till night, dragging by myself from hour to hour, lying to myself that there is a higher purpose to this daily drudgery? […]