Rajgopal Nidamboor

Rajgopal Nidamboor
The writer is a physician and a doctorate in philosophical literature
My Stories
  • Nov 24 2015, 2249

    Dispassionate thinki­ng holds the discriminating embroidery of perceptive focus and fortitude. It is also a part of our responsiveness.

  • Nov 17 2015, 2048

    It’s a straightforward stat­ement. Our mind has evo­lved from living organisms; so also intelligent life.

  • Nov 16 2015, 2105

    It was Tipu Sultan’s exalted vow, to drive the British — the foreign infidels and usurpers as he called them — out of his kingdom and ultimately from

  • Nov 10 2015, 2110

    A perfect job, or career, like perfect relationship or love, is, indeed, difficult, if not utterly impossible.

  • Nov 09 2015, 2020

    High blood pressure or hypertension is a major bugbear of modern or stressful living. It entails a big price we pay for our own flawed