Some corrections/followups to previous posts here.
* Some weeks after the events in Where there's smoke, the building concerned held a general body meeting. They passed a resolution condemning the 77 year-old for objecting to the smoke coming into her flat.
* Flotsam and Jetsam got me not a single response from the good folks at Crest, despite trying various ways to reach them. Not Kartikeya Tripathi, not his editors, nobody. I will assume that they believe all's well.
* In Sickness at Altitude, the 10 year-old boy did not die of leptospirosis, as the family first believed. The death certificate lists the cause of death as "Pulmonary haemorrhage in a suspected case of Dengue Haemorrhagic fever".
It was three days between the onset of the fever and death, three hours (!) between the onset of haemorrhaging and his death. The suddenness of it all.