कोयला खदानों की नीलामी: राष्ट्रीय संपदा के केन्द्रीकरण की कोशिश!
18 जून 2020 को देश में पहली बार, अपनी तरह की पहली वाणिज्यिक कोयला नीलामी का आयोजन किया जा रहा है
COVID-19: Where are those pushing for privatised healthcare?
NITI Aayog, which has always advocated privatisation of public health infrastructure, has been silent recently
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REDD+: India goes all out on safeguards, Tuvalu plays spoilsport
The Durbanator reports
Revised rates of Ayushman Bharat insufficient for private sector: IMA
A day ahead of a mega event to celebrate one year of Ayushman Bharat, IMA says it is a failure
SMEs in Africa ignored in food and agriculture policy debates: Report
64% of food consumed across Africa is controlled by small and medium-sized enterprises
What’s the role of external financing in Indian Railways?
Let’s understand the growing prominence of external institutions in helping the government supplement its efforts to establish railway projects
Private sector must be engaged to restore degraded land
The onus of restoration lies on individual farmers, those organised as cooperatives and the companies that now know that long-term growth and …
Happy Data Privacy Day, or is it?
NITI Aayog’s PPP model for district hospitals pushes for privatisation of health sector
The move is in line with the Centre's agenda to push government health sector towards privatisation on the grounds that public health …
Bangladesh's GM gamble
Anil Chandra Mahanta, one of the first 20 farmers to cultivate genetically modified brinjal in South Asia, does not understand the new technology.…
The National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority's efforts to reign in the private healthcare sector have been scuttled once again. Who is to be blamed?
Why is private healthcare opposing the Clinical Establishments Act?
Enforcing the act is troublesome as health is a state subject and states are succumbing to the pressure of the private healthcare sector, driven …
88% land conflicts in South Asia remain unsolved; 47% result in violence
Environmental damage was also a common problem, accounting for 29 per cent of cases
A continental crisis, and a few green shoots
African countries are fighting an addiction: import of food items, which happens at the cost of domestic farmers. Despite the unprecedented …
Government hospitals on sale!
India is eagerly handing over its public health facilities in towns and villages to private players. Is this the end of public healthcare?
Start-ups can help Africa meet its energy needs. But they need to be encouraged
Africa's energy potential remains under-exploited, the energy entrepreneur is well-positioned to take advantage of the opportunities presented by …
Holes in the pipeline!
Water supply in urban areas is met partly by public systems and partly, by the private sector
Why the Budget should increase allocation towards health and family planning
Low spending by India in these two areas has caused growing inequality, insufficient access and poor quality of healthcare services
Paris Agreement and India’s climate change challenges
Environment Minister said that India would start preparing for Paris Agreement implementation from 2017, but the budget did not see a boost for …
37 African countries continue to face food deficits, finds report
Agricultural slowdown in the continent is directly affecting 70 per cent of its population, who depend on the sector for livelihood
Climate smart agriculture proposed at COP 22 raises concerns
Climate smart agriculture has not been defined, giving way for industrial agriculture to be promoted under its name
State turns its back on health sector
With state-run health care facilities proving ill-equipped to tackle the surge in dengue and chinkungunya patients, private medicos are …
Tuberculosis cases in India higher than estimated, finds research
The country’s private sector treats 2-3 times more people than previously counted