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“Saar…coffee.”  Susie’s steamy whisper hung over the wisps of instant coffee as she poured me a cup of the piping concoction. It was a chilly morning and she was arched precariously over my table, her rather large pair of cute cherry blossoms (cheeks, I hasten to add, in case you...

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Madho Singh had made a fortune by selling his agricultural land to Highmax Builders at the height of the realty boom. He had inherited the land from his father, who was a peasant. Earlier, he worked (or at least, pretended to work) as a clerk in some obscure government office. With the money, he bought a large farmhouse, quit his job and proclaimed himself to be a property...

It was one of those pleasant sort of mornings when you generally tend to break into yodelling a couple of Kishore Kumar’s tunes on the way to the hospital.  Somehow, you know that today, there won’t be a lot of patients in the OPD, and with that grumpy doc-roach by the name of Phadnis away on a trip, you might find a healthy opportunity to snuggle up with...

Before you read further, you are urged to read Heart Attack – I, to be able to understand the context better. Contd. form Heart Attack – I “Please saar…” Susie cocked her head, batted her eyelids, adjusted her..ahem…specs and acted real coy. The resolve suddenly vanished. Coy-thus interruptus. Heart Attack – II “You see Soosie, constipation...

Sister Susie, our nurse, entered my chamber with a sad look on her face. “Saar…” “Yes Soosie? Anything wrong?” “Saar…my unnkill….” “That’s quite a sad news!” I felt a surge of sympathy for Susie. Poor girl. Too bad to lose an uncle at this tender age. What she deserved now were a few words of comfort,...

“Soo-sseee, next patient please!” As a nurse, Sister Susie was a fine specimen and seemed to fulfill all physiological requirements of the profession. She was pretty, dedicated pretty dedicated and caressing caring in nature. When I called out to her, Susie was fidgeting with the TV remote absentmindedly. She stood up, adjusted her tunic over her lovely pair...