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November 2, 2019

Prasanna Mohanty
November 1, 2019
Remarkable improvements in social and economic status of the rural poor in the past few years have put the country on a higher growth trajectory and ensured that growth does not breed inequality

October 19, 2019

March 27, 2019

March 11, 2019
On electoral reforms, the CII suggests devising a model for simultaneous elections of Parliament and state legislatures from 2024.

March 10, 2019

February 7, 2019

April 24, 2018
The HDI is a composite index which assess the social and economic development levels of a country. This ranks the country in four principal areas: mean years of schooling, expected years of schooling, life expectancy and per capita income. The latest HDI report placed India at 131st position among the 188 countries.

New Delhi, February 21, 2018
More babies die in India than any other country, with 600,000 deaths recorded annually states a report released by UNICEF recently

E Kumar Sharma
New Delhi, January 2, 2018
After capping prices of stents, concerns are that the government may now be moving towards expanding the ambit of price caps to other consumables in healthcare.

Surat, December 3, 2017
In a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, his predecessor Manmohan Singh on Saturday said Modi failed to understand the \"pains\" that his note ban and GST decisions were going to unleash on the people of his own home state.

E Kumar Sharma
New Delhi, October 6, 2017
Soumya Swaminathan will leave for Geneva in November to assume the office of Deputy Director General (Programmes) at the World Health Organisation.

E Kumar Sharma
New Delhi, August 29, 2017
On August 15th ,  Shoba, a resident of Medak district near Hyderabad, reached out to Niloufer government hospital for mother and child health, with a newborn suffering from severe jaundice.

Sarika Malhotra
January 18, 2016
Both in our Census and the NSS, biases in definitions of work and in reporting by (typically male) enumerators and respondents lead to many hardworking women being labelled as housewives.

By Robyn Norton and Vivekananda Jha
Delhi, January 1, 2016
Robyn Norton of Global Health; James Martin of Oxford; and Professor Vivekananda Jha of George Institute of Public Health, on improving healthcare facilities in the remotest areas of the country.

E Kumar Sharma
October 15, 2015
Hospitals for children are emerging as a big business. After taking several baby steps, the leading players in the segment are now striding ahead.

E Kumar Sharma
March 17, 2015
The view seems to be widely held that in health there is a crying need to plan properly. Swine flu is a good example that tells us more should be done towards people's health.

New Delhi, November 21, 2013
The company's 'Helping women get online' initiative will set up easy Internet access points for women across the country.

Bibek Debroy
October 10, 2013
Bibek Debroy, Professor at  Centre for Policy Research says the report doesn't give raw data. In sum, this entire report is rather cavalier in approach.

E Kumar Sharma
February 22, 2012
Despite fiscal compulsions, the finance minister could attend to some long-pending demands of the sector, hopes the healthcare and pharma sector.

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