CETAPIN 1000 mg
COUGH and FEVER
Ativan 1mg or 2mg (1-1-2)
Cap A-Z (1)
Eldoper(to stop motions)
Dulcolax (to get motions)
Benalgis 75 mg (1)
Mirtaz 15 mg (to get sleep) (1)
Augumentin 600 mg (fever)
Voveran tab (pain killer)
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LIBRIUM 25 mg (1-1-2)
NEUROBION FORTE (1-1)
TEGRETOL 200mg (1-1)
Cetapin 1000mg (1-1)
Atenelol 10m mg (1)
Enalpril 10 mg (1-1)
Flucort Skin Ointment
Moistal -P Ointment
Flutrox 200mg tablets
Pencillin (for tooth pain) (1-1-1)
Acivir (lip guard) (1-1)
Cifran CT (scrotum doppler - bilateral funiculitis) (1-1)
Flexon pain killer (1-1-1)
Ultracet pain killer (1-1)
Tenovate ointment (for eczema)
Voveran tab (pain killer)
USA Driving License
SECURE METERS PF
I'd like to write couple of books based on what I've learned during my lifetime.
I've started working on my first book (title not yet decided) to be published next year (hopefully).
In this book, I will write about what, why and how nations like USA and Japan have developed...
In my last years of life, I intend to write another book, in which I'd redefine first book and will include experiences in second half of my life...
I intend to donate my organs to Gandhi Medical Hospital, Hyderabad, India post humously.
Judicial, legislative and administrative wings of the government should focus on developing and providing a platform/culture for people to sell their products and services.
If we watch, how passionate the people in Japan are while selling/serving the customers, you will see the difference between a advanced and a developing nation.
To summarize, the government that encourages and facilitates citizens to sell products and services is the key for any nation's prosperity.
I believe this is a better than great Peruvian Economist, Hernando De Soto strategy to legalize property among poor people.
ACICLOVIR capsules for lips
PENCILLIN tablets for tooth
VOVERAN tablets to relieve pain
QUADRIDERM ointment for ear
CROCIN tablets to get nice sleep
You can reach me at email@example.com
I'm in Tokyo working for Goldman Sachs.
I come from a village with 300 people in India.
My childhood dream was to study medicine and become a surgeon. However after receiving a gold medal in mathematics I studied computer science and became an engineering graduate.
Subsequently, I've worked for Indian Institute of Technology, D.E. Shaw & Co and CSFB.
I wish to thank my parents, sister, brother and all those wonderful people I worked with in India, USA and Japan.
In order to dial out, it is necessary to broaden one's dimension.