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What ails medical education in India?

Why do Indian students have to go to these countries to study medicine? Doctors speak to Monarose Sheila Pereira abo...

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United Way Mumbai to provide PPE kits to frontline warriors

Coca-Cola partners with United Way Mumbai to provide PPE and hygiene aid kits to the frontline warriors during COVID-19 Outbreak. They aime to ...

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‘Congress will deliver’: Congress Manifesto Lok Sabha Elections 2019

The Indian National Congress on Tuesday released its poll manifesto ahead of the 2019 general elections. Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, along wit...

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Change and its many manifestations in India

Everyone in the country has a mobile phone. India has more than a billion phones, second only to China. Almost 240 million people have telev...

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The Sorry State of the Government Healthcare

At least 60 children died over five days at a government hospital in UP's Gorakhpur district due to oxygen shortages at the hospital. This w...

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A Different Take on Health

India needs to improve its healthcare systems, and the recent Gorakhpur tragedy is just more evidence of the same. The question is not just of spending more bucks, it is ab...

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Healthy children build healthy nations

Our country is home to the largest child population in the world. A substantial 41 per cent, around 450 million, are children. But it is incongruent that for their educatio...

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Rich Mom, Poor Mom: Growing Gap In Global Access To Maternal Health Care

Less than six miles separate the crowded public hospital in an industrial district where Emilie Kabala gave birth from the gleaming private clinic in the tree-lined suburb ...

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New Film Captures Drama, Death And Amazing Grace In A Reputed Mumbai Public Hospital

Gulserene Dastur has made her documentary debut at the age of 64. Getting Better takes us into the corridors, wards and operation theatres of the King Edward Memorial Hospi...

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India bets on mobiles in battle on maternal, child deaths

NEW DELHI, March 17 (Reuters) - India is betting on cheap mobile phones to cut some of the world's highest rates of maternal and child deaths, as it rolls out a campaign of...

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