Feedback on SEVAMED

My Dear Prof. Harinath,

Thanks for the April issue of SEVAMED, which is excelling every time.

The Thought for the Day on the inside cover, and your editorial are educative and inspiring. You have created an Institute called SEVAMED. Your unending enthusiasm will carry you a long way.


Dr. Manu  Kothari

30, Sangam, 14-B, S.V. Road

Santa Cruz, Mumbai – 400 054

My Dear Harinath,

I had the opportunity of going through April issue of SEVAMED (No. 2 – Vol. 4). I must compliment you for your profound, well-studied and articulated preface to the magazine. I am in full agreement with your views covered by the said preface and suggest that all of your students must not only read the same but also muse over it. I wholeheartedly thank you for this contribution.

With warm personal regards,


Bhavarlal Jain

Founder Architect

Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd.

Jalgaon, M.S.

From      : Anil Bhaskar – PanHealth<>                                                    

Subject  : SEVAMED April 2005 Hosted!


Hi Daddy,

I have hosted all the latest pages of ‘Sevamed’ sent to me.

I read your article on globalization. It is quite one sided. I think developing economies like India have a renewed energy and capital purely owing to globalization.

 The difference between the rich and the poor is highest in India. It is bound to exist. Intelligent and people willing to risk are going to end up richer. Rules of the game.

 Anyway, I was very happy to see all the feedback you have been receiving on the Seminar and Sevamed. It is nice to see that people are so responsive.


Dear Anil,

  In spite of your busy schedule, I am very pleased that you could upload SEVAMED latest issue on our website (

  It is true that I covered negative side of Globalization, where there is urgent need for correction. You have rightly said about renewed energy and capital generation are purely owing to globalization. Other positive fallouts are  recognition of sincere and hard work, devotion to the task under taken, accountability, national pride and commitment, which are very important for national development. My grudge is that Developed nations which take pride in self management without servants, should not dump their waste on developing countries in the name of economics


Daddy (also Editor)

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Respected Sir,

Hello. My name is Dr. Umang Patel, a medical student from JJ Hospital and am doing my training at a hospital in NY, USA.

I frequently visit your website at and was hence very thrilled one day to see my article on neuroleptic malignant syndrome being cited in the pneumonia section of October 2002 section.

I wanted to thank you for the above.

Could you kindly enlighten me to roughly how may subscribers Sevamed / / have?

Thank you once again and please keep up the great work sir.


Humble student,

Umang Patel




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