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HUMANS OF BOMBAY
I grew up in a small home — we had one bathroom and there were 6 of us, so 9:00 am was chaotic, as we were all getting ready for school and work at the same time! I remember studying in the kitchen at night after everyone fell asleep, because there was no space for all of us to study in the same room after school.
No Squints About This One
TIMES OF INDIA
“One of my patients went into shock seeing his wife squinted after marriage. You see, most marriages take place with the bride remaining in ‘ghoonghat’ all the while,” says squint specialist and MS (ophthalmology) Dr. Chandresh Parekh.
“It was only after a successful squint correction operation that the duo went off on their much-delayed honeymoon.” he recalls.
Practising ophthalmology since the last decade and half after completing his masters in surgery at KEM, Dr. Parekh has his consultancy clinic at Grant Road.