Born in what’s now Bangladesh, Dutt breathed his last in Kolkata decades ago.
The twirl of a handlebar signals many things.
How did we not have a simple conversation about not feeling well—emotionally or physically?
I train at the gym at least four times a week. I change my routine every three months so I don’t get bored with it. I also count the macros I eat and opt to eat more natural foods rather than fast food. Working out not only improves my physical wellbeing but also my mental health.I…
Internet searches endorsed my fears—it was a possible symptom of testicular cancer.
Is it because Mohan Das guards the premises of this saree shop in one of the many little towns in India that he has such a huge mustache? It does help him look intimidating and very much a part of the security team!— Photo: Author
In his early twenties, Shankar Tharoor—who heads HR operations in India for a US-based software company in Bangalore—supports the Movember movement, as he believes men seldom find time to think about their health. Life’s many complications come in the way, he says.— Photo: Shankar Tharoor
I support World Vasectomy Day because eliminating the fear of unintended pregnancy can improve our sex life.
Having spent more than three decades as an assistant at the Veterinary Hospital in Palakkad, South India, Muralidharan knows everything about the place—from where the doctors are to where the rickshaw drivers congregate outside the clinic. I met him one fine morning and asked if he would like to contribute to the Movember project. Flummoxed…
I support World Vasectomy Day for the sake of our children’s future!