July 21, 2018

A Special Interview with Dr. A Velumani

1. Please tell us about the genesis of Nueclear. What is the idea that led to the creation of Nueclear? For a very long time, I […]
December 19, 2016

Be Demonetised. Be Re-energised.

I am apolitical. I have not found so far a need to be talking politically and hence remained away from politics. But if I say “Demonetisation” […]
November 28, 2016

Mean Scan Revenue

Anything simplified for common man’s comprehension and consumption becomes a Billion Dollar company; be it Facebook, WhatsApp, Uber, AirBnB, Paytm or any App that occupies a […]
October 28, 2016

Nostalgia over Khakhi clothing

This photo has kindled a lot of Nostalgic moments from my age of 9 to 15 i.e. 6 years. My school, Sri Venkateswara High School, fortunately […]
October 28, 2016

HealthBiz Insight Interview – Disrupting Healthcare

Dr. A Velumani has made Thyrocare a front runner in the healthcare industry by being a disruptive strategic player laboratory. A visionary in the field of […]
October 19, 2016

Is Thyroid in Clinical Laboratory an Android?

Friends, I heard the word, Thyroid in 1982 for the first time after reaching adulthood. I was asked in my BARC interview, where is Thyroid and […]
September 30, 2016

Thank you

Sweet Heart, We did live together for a billion seconds happily. We must be one among the millions if we scale our happiness. I tried to […]
January 19, 2016

Those who want to lose will never lose but those who are afraid of loss will never gain!

Dr Arvind Lal, Congratulations. Dr Lal Path Lab Limited, Delhi based pathology laboratory (LPL), the senior most player in the space, the most profitable in the […]
September 17, 2015

Three kinds of cats

I was busy with our laboratory relocation. Not a simple task I must say, hence it did take up a great deal of my time. I […]
September 9, 2015

Strength and Stamina

I come from a village which cannot be traced even in a taluka map and I am now in one of India’s biggest metros. I was […]
September 3, 2015

It all started with brinjals

It was Wednesday, that day of the week when we had to go to the inorganic chemistry laboratory for our practical session. It is known fact […]
August 15, 2014

Operation Jonk. I say “Thrilling”!

Dear Friends, Recently a colleague of mine passed on to me a You tube link which was about a sting operation conducted by a TV channel, […]
July 1, 2014

Japan, Sysmex and Hematology

After an enriching and exciting trip to Japan, I have a breather to write about my visit to Sysmex, head quartered in Kobe renowned worldwide for […]
April 11, 2013

Polish your Attributes!

Dear Friends, Understanding the HR capabilities is a challenge for all Employers. Also understanding what the company needs is a challenge for all the employees. I […]
January 22, 2012

Nueclear: Low volume – high value in-vivo diagnostics

We all claim and continue to assert that “Human is Creative”. Just because we human beings possess the skill and intelligence to communicate, listen and decipher […]
February 17, 2011

Total Laboratory Automation: A journey from Rack to Track!

When I started Thyrocare in 1995, computers were too costly. The rate of a PC was Rs. 50,000, PC XT was Rs.75,000, PC AT was Rs. […]
January 28, 2009

IRIS Interview

One of the fast emerging Healthcare Company, IRIS Healthcare Technologies Private Limited, incorporated by an experienced and highly competent team from the Diagnostic Industry; its mission […]
January 28, 2008

How an entrepreneur was born

One day in April 2003, I received an inland letter written by the son of a mill-worker, asking me to consider him for an employment in […]
April 19, 2007

Musings and Aspirations

If you were to utter the word automation, most people would conjure up images of nothing but fancy ultramodern sophisticated gadgets or instruments. But to me, […]
March 28, 2006

Meeting people- an enriching experience

Often the question posed to me was, “why do you choose to work in the nights?” Little did they know that I didn’t have a choice. […]
December 28, 2005

Interacting with job seekers

Interacting with job seekers can be an interesting experience. One learns a lot pertaining to the social, technical, commercial and emotional aspects of individuals and the […]
December 24, 2003

Catch obesity by the horn and throw it out of the window before it catches up on you

Recently one newspaper with quotes of a prominent endocrinologist in Mumbai reported that 15% of our children, yes our Indian children are overweight! I was simply […]
November 24, 2003

Medical Education: Is it reaching a common man?

It is obvious that the government is preoccupied with issues like ‘No-confidence motions’ and ‘ Ayodhya movements’, while there are far more burning issues concerning health […]
September 28, 2003

Herbal medicines/ Ayurvedic Preparations : “Are they completely safe?”

Synthetic pharmaceutical drugs may produce long-term known or unknown side effects. May be a valid argument. Looking for alternative medicines has become the need and herbal […]