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10 January 2013

Bandra Buzz

Dr. Peter Rodrigues gets a Lifetime Achievement Award

Renowned ENT Surgeon Dr. Peter J. Rodrigues - a resident of Bandra (West), was awarded the 'Dr. L. U. Kripalani' Lifetime Achievement Award; that was part of a grand ceremony held at the C.K. Nayadu Hall, CCI Club, Churchgate - on Sunday, 6th Jan 2013 from 7:30pm onwards. A power-point presentation highlighted the background of the life Dr. J. Peter Rodrigues – with his varied activities in all walks of life. His citation read: “ Dr. J. Peter Rodrigues - You are an eminent and renowned ENT Surgeon, practicing in the ‘A’ Ward. You have actively served our association and educating our members in the art & science of ENT Medical practice. You have served the underprivileged of our city at the St. George’s Hospital & Grant Medical College. You have been conferred many coveted titles and received awards and accolades for your many lifetime

achievements in your profession. e A Ward Medical Association of Mumbai awards you the Dr. L. U. Kripalani Memorial Award for your Lifetime Achievements”. In his reply to a packed audience, Dr. Peter thanked all those involved - and added, “is is a proud moment in my life, that I will always cherish”. He elaborated how the leadership of Dr. Kriplani had inspired him to be the best & serve society. Aer the award ceremony, the 100+ invitees had an entertaining session of singing & dancing. Dr. Peter, who is also known as the 'Singing Doctor' among Mumbai's party social circles - sang a swinging song that enthralled the crowd. is event ended with a sumptuous dinner. Congratulations! You have made Bandraites proud to have you among us.


Bond of Boys 2013 Celebrating 150 years of Jesuit education and value-centered dedication, St Stanislaus High School, held it’s annual ‘Bond of Boys 2013’ at the school background on the 5th of January, 2013. e celebrations started off with the traditional lighting of the lamp; followed by notable guests being escorted by the School Council. A heart-warming introduction was given by the Principal, Rev. Fr. Jude Fernandes S.J. who spoke about the sesquicentenary anniversary of this Jesuit Foundation and the various milestones that the institution has trodden upon. To revive lost memories and to rejuvenate timeless classics, an audio-visual, prepared by a senior ex-student encapsulated the many feats and wonders that St. Stanislaus has achieved since it's existence. It created a nostalgic scenario wherein boys and men alike felt all but the need to return to school and re-live those fabulous, worth-cherishing memories. ereaer, various ex-students per-

formed in multi-cultural events like singing, dancing and acting. It so seemed that the tables, which were well adorned according to each respective year of batch welcomed one and all to their own ’tiny havens’. Hoards of ex-students grouped with their own class mates and teachers; chatted, joked and even clicked memorable photographs. Talking about careers, current life styles, etc. over dinner, young and old alike entertained themselves to their hearts’ content. A Teacher remarked that seeing a mischievous little 'brat' become a well-to-do disciplined doctor or a professional in his life; is indeed God’s Masterpiece of Creation! Yes! Such quality education supersedes all that we need in our troubled world, to see a child bloom into a wondrous citizen who looks upon his/her school with pride and says ‘All that I am today is because of what I learnt at my 'Alma Mater'!’ Joshua Jonathan Norris

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