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Mumbai: ‘Sanjeevini’ book on Dr Suresh Rao Kateel to be released on June 9


Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (VM)

Mumbai, Jun 6: ‘Sanjeevini’, a congratulatory book based on the story of Dr Suresh Rao Kateel, managing director of Sanjeevini hospital and working president of Indian Medical Association, is all set to release.

The book will be released by H B L Rao, president of Kannada Sahitya Parishad, Maharashtra unit. The book also includes writing by 15 poets which includes 23 English articles.

Having published by Sarita Art Printers, ‘Sanjeevini’ book will be released during the 6th Sahitya Sammelan which will be held on June 9.

About Suresh S Rao

Suresh S Rao was born in Krishnapur on May 2, 1945 to Sajeeva Rao and Katyayini Rao. His father Sanjeeva Rao was a tailor by profession in Vile Parle, Mumbai.

Suresh Rao did his schooling in the institution belonging to Kateel Sri Durgaparameshwari temple. Later in 1970, he came to Mumbai and continued his higher studies in Chinnay college and then completed his medical studies from Nayar hospital.

In 1992, Suresh Rao established Sanjeevini Charitable trust through which he is organizing people centric programmes.

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  • Nagesh Shetty, SURATHKAL/BANGKOK

    Thu, Jun 6 2013

    CONGRATULATIONS!
    Your Humility ,perseverence and Dedication has brought You this far...Keep Going Doctor...

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