Sunaina Serna Ahluwalia
Long time Oman resident Sunaina is a writer and communications consultant who loves photography, painting and travelling.
It's a very difficult time for the family of a terminally ill patient under any circumstances, and it is even more difficult if that same family is called upon by doctors attending on the patient to take the final call on whether the patient should be allowed to continue suffering or take the option of letting that patient go slowly but surely
As Cyclone Phailin made its landfall in Andhra, and Odisha in India on Saturday, like most people I too found myself hoping and praying that the devastation caused by it would be minimal.
For the last few months I find myself increasingly fascinated by Flipboard and can easily spend up to a couple of hours creating my ‘personalised’ magazines, then enjoying reading them whenever I have time to spare.
Losing someone you care for is always difficult. What is probably more difficult is for the family and friends of a person who dies in the prime of his or her life.
Almost 30 years ago I saw a beautifully made Hindi movie called Mohan Joshi Haazir Ho, which made a huge impact on me.