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Chandigarh January 21 2013

Well known memory man, Dr Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury would be going to expose various medical practices in a seminar to be organized in Inderdhanush Auditorium of Panchkula on January 27.

"Many medical practices are being conducted in hospitals just for profit despite the fact that these are doing irreversible damage to patients," said Biswaroop, the young memory man of India. The author of 25 books on memory, mind and body, Biswaroop has recently written a book titled "How To Return From The Hospital Alive" to expose medical practices. Biswaroop, 39, has earned the reputation of "Guinness world record holder in memory" by beating Germany's Michaela Buchvaldova's world record by recalling 14 randomly selected birth dates with names in same order in two minutes in Delhi on July 20, 2006.

A production engineer from Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh, Biswaroop has addressed 2000 seminars and workshops internationally and has addressed more than 10 lakh audience as yet. He is also a producer of world's first memory movie "Yaad Rakhenge Aap" and Editor in chief of "Asia Book of Records" apart from 24 other books, which are translated in more than18 languages including Hindi, English, Marathi, Nepali, Bengali and Telugu.

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