The US administration is finally putting its foot down on the appropriation of public research by drug firms
Antimicrobial Awareness Week 2021: Spreading awareness on medicine quality can be a solution for AMR
Antimicrobial Awareness Week 2021: Antibiotic use trends in Mozambique’s veterinary sector and efforts to contain it
An insider’s look at the Glasgow climate summit — talks intensify, amid grandstanding and anger outside
Is Chennai prepared for a severe bout of northeast monsoon rainfall?
At least 6 people have lost their lives in rain-related incidents in Chennai since last week
Bullet train or safe sanitation: Tough choice for Nanded
When Nanded already lacks the basic infrastructure of sanitation, what is more important for the city at present
Not disability-friendly: Why Israel’s energy minister (and probably some others) couldn't participate in CoP26
The only options to get to the venue were to walk or board a shuttle that was not wheelchair-friendly
G20 Summit: 7 COVID-19 deaths every minute, rich countries urged to share soon-expiring vaccines
By the end of October, US, EU, Britain and Canada would have a stock of 240 million unused vaccines
Protecting children during pandemic requires much more than ‘PM CARES for Children’ package
The scheme is an emergency measure and cannot substitute the established sevices for children
Quality of life in informal settlements: Basic sanitation services a luxury
The SC/ST community had the highest proportion of those who did not have access to a toilet
Australia’s stumbling, last-minute dash for climate respectability doesn’t negate a decade of abject failure
Australia is the worst-performing of all developed countries when it comes to meaningful climate action
When the car drives you: Speed as hierarchy and privilege
What remains of the public if at their best of expressing their disagreement, their gatherings are called “traffic jams”?
Building back after COVID-19 blow can create safer livelihoods for transgender community
The pandemic restrictions robbed the community of their livelihood options
Sikhs of Lakhimpur-Kheri: How India has to discover itself everyday because of its education system
The elevation of Charanjit Channi to chief ministership and the tragic deaths of Sikh farmers in Lakhimpur-Kheri show us ...
Children as court witnesses: Compassion needed to protect minors from trauma
The role of medical practitioners assumes significance in handling such cases
Latest parliamentary win by Putin’s United Russia has been years in the manufacturing
The election coincides with a period of economic stagnation, high household inflation, the ongoing coronavirus crisis and environmental disasters
Canada’s status quo election: Trudeau returned with another minority, faces uncertain future
There are a multitude of crises the Liberals are returning to and must address — including the impact of ...
UN Food Systems Summit: Sanctioning the status quo
The Summit fails to meet the basic conditions for good governance: Meaningful participation, transparency and accountability
Women self-help groups: Funding alone does not work; the government needs to listen in
While more women are increasingly carving a space in businesses, several challenges remain
Community health workers on COVID-19 frontlines: Why policies need to be gender-sensitive
From wages to travel, women community health workers had a harder time carrying out COVID-19 duties in Bundelkhand, according ...
Criminalising nitrous oxide users is no laughing matter if it distracts from more serious drug problems
Existing legislation was meant to restrict the availability to medical and catering uses, but many loopholes exist, which means ...
How India is positioned to achieve UN’s sustainable consumption and production goal
The population of China and India together constitutes 36% of the global population but generates only 27 per cent ...
Non-binary genders need more visibility in India’s Census 2021
Separating sex and gender in the country’s biggest socioeconomic survey is imperative
Obituary: Former health secy Keshav Desiraju fought hard against corruption in health industry
He was summarily transferred to the ministry of consumer affairs during his tenure as the health secy
Population populism: How redundant is UP’s two-child policy?
The recent UP Population Policy aims to reduce the state’s current total fertility rate, which is 2.7, and bring ...