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Equality and individual autonomy in reproductive rights: India shows the way

India, Oct. 3 -- Women's consent matters - that's the top takeaway from the Indian Supreme Court (SC)'s judgment on abortion for all women on International Safe Abortion Day. In a bold and landmark... Read More


The need for plastic de-addiction

India, Oct. 3 -- "It cannot be right to manufacture billions of objects that are used for a matter of minutes, and then are with us for centuries."--Roz Savage (environmental advocate, writer) The ca... Read More


We must modify and transform our agri-food systems

India, Oct. 3 -- We live in a world full of competing interests and disagreements. Yet despite this, there is one underlying, unifying interest that we all share. It is in all our interests to have ac... Read More


SBM: Collective effort for scaling up social change

India, Oct. 2 -- It has been eight years since the Government of India launched the celebrated Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) or Clean India Mission to accelerate the efforts to achieve universal sanitat... Read More


How can the government revive agricultural reforms?

India, Sept. 30 -- The article has been authored by Akanksha Gupta, senior associate, Centre for Public Policy Research. Published by HT Digital Content Services with permission from Hindustan Times.... Read More


India's hypertension control programme is an example for the world

India, Sept. 29 -- Hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, kills more than 15 lakh people in India every year, but now India has made a strong start improving care for the life-threatening co... Read More


Are we measuring our health workforce shortage right?

India, Sept. 28 -- If one were to think of a public health facility in India, they would imagine long queues of patients lining up for scarce outpatient care, doctors and nurses buzzing around to hand... Read More


India-Singapore Ministerial Roundtable: Strengthening bilateral ties

India, Sept. 27 -- The close relationship between India and Singapore is founded on strong cultural, commercial, and people-to-people connections, and has a history that dates back a millennium. In mo... Read More


Political corruption detrimental of Southeast Asia

India, Sept. 27 -- Recently in August 2022, Malaysian ex-Prime Minister (PM) Najib Razak began his 12-year prison sentence after losing his final appeal in a case linked to the irregularities in the 1... Read More


Political corruption detrimental to Southeast Asia

India, Sept. 27 -- Recently in August 2022, Malaysian ex-Prime Minister (PM) Najib Razak began his 12-year prison sentence after losing his final appeal in a case linked to the irregularities in the 1... Read More