31 May 2013


Dr.Senapati we used to fondly call her in the medicine department of Ispat General Hospital(I.G.H),Rourkela, under S.A.I.L.She was like my younger sister,beautiful to look at, she was a very good Odishi dancer in her college days.Very polite in her behavior to wards her colleagues as well as to her patients.Even though she could not get a chance to get her PG due to family commitments, she was in no way less than any of our present day Post Graduates.Her behavior was exemplary to every one.When i used to lose my temper she used to quieten me with her soothing words.Dr.Aparajeeta retired today31.5.2013 after long years of service at I.G.H.My family and me wish her the best during her post retirement life.
 From L.R-Dr.Aprajeeta-Dr.Rao and Joint Director Sanjeev Mohanty
Dr.Senapati(sited) amongst lady doctors of I.G.H.

25 May 2013


Ten years back i used to write poems like this but due to criticism by my own brothers i stopped writing. Even if i try my best i can no longer write a single poem now, i have no answer to this.

17 May 2013


There are certain organs which are not required after certain age but likely to create problem in future. For example the scientist discover some gene which cost $5000 to $6000 for testing of breast cancer, for that they need a big propaganda through media -- such and such celebrity  removed  her  breasts because this test was positive. So that many women will rush to have that cancer detection gene test done for they are covered under insurance or they have money. A similar situation came up when the mammography machine came to market but as years passed by that tool was found to be just wastage of time and money now PET scan has taken over. Like match fixing in foot ball and cricket these doctors and scientist frighten the people and start doing a big business for that you need media, models and celebrities for a good business. Someone very famous star removed her breasts because her mother had cancer is going to have a huge mental and psychological stress on some women who had someone with similar problems. So why to go for these tests, or wait longer, it will be much cheaper to remove those organs mentioned below for longer life.
One can remove these organs and still continue to live, they are, one lung, one kidney, prostate,uterus both testes, both ovaries, spleen, one eye, half of thyroid or more,appendix,half of stomach or liver, frontal lobe of brain, single or both the breasts and many more but does it mean by doing this a person will become immortal?
The gene marker (BRCA1 or BRCA2) for breast cancer testing is a costly business and in due course it will go in to oblivion. People of Somalia are dying due to food, disease, water and shelter but why our celebrities are never concerned about those people and donate their huge earnings (they do not deserve that much) to save some human life? This is a cruel world, some are vulgar rich others sleep on road sides. How many of those now in Cannes festival are aware of sufferings of Somalia people?
The bottom line is that we are living in an advertisement world for business, be it medical, cosmetics or sports the gap between rich and poor are widening at a faster rate than AIDS. More number of healthy people dies in the every day, due to road traffic accidents than Cancer and AIDS put together. Tumor marker business is going to stay but how many people will get the benefit from it only time will tell.

Sanjoy Kumar Satpathy


Are of two types of LIFE, one purposeful and the other is purposeless life. Those who live for self  & for  one’s vested interest is leading a life without any purpose where as someone doing some service to mankind or animals or birds then he has a purposeful life. Just earning money does not mean a successful life in the eyes of God.
 After your death the Yama would ask—“Who are you? What you have done? No degrees, no qualifications are valid here.”
“I earned a lot of money and enjoyed luxurious life style, worked with multinational in USA/UK/Australia and other countries and sent money to my parents.”
“But that is no service, have you ever helped an injured person or a dog or a poor man. Have you ever donated blood for some one? Have you ever gone to your village and donated books to your school where you studied in your childhood?”

sanjoy satpathy

14 May 2013


Road Traffic Accidents:
On Tuesday, the East Coast Railway observed the International Level Crossing Awareness Day (7th May) with much gusto, the railway officials distributed leaflets among passersby and vehicle drivers to make them aware about safety measures. A day later, the crossing was a scene of bloodshed. The Sambalpur Intercity Express rammed into a passenger vehicle killing five of them triggering angry protests. Most of the accidents at the unmanned level crossings occur due to the negligence, recklessness and drunken state of the vehicle drivers who do not observe mandatory signage, signals and basic traffic safety rules.
Compensations in any form is not going to solve this problem as long as we have a careless, indiscipline and breaking the rule attitude in India be it manned or unmanned level crossing. Can someone tell us why the ruffians asked the intercity passengers to get down from the train for no fault of theirs?
 With more educated people the number of deaths in India due to road and train accidents have increased to a dangerous proportions.There is a death trap waiting for any one who would like to have a glimpse of lord Jaganath at Puri, if you travel by a car from Bhubananeswar.

Sanjoy Kumar Satpathy