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Mumbai speaks as many languages as she holds people, but ends up screaming in one rather unnoticed tongue that I caught myself talking in the...
The second week of work was largely uneventful, save for the odd occasions when some bizarre medical cases came to light — a 99-year-old woman...
A week into work, I had been tested and prodded and assessed to the liking of some of my more senior colleagues, who now went...