Profile of Arushi Bedi
Varanasi is home to an estimated 700 children suffering from Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM), along with about 1,500 with Moderate Acute Malnourishment (MAM), according to the district administration records.
India trims the annual increase of HIV/AIDS cases by 57 per cent since 2000. But social stigma lives on.
There are time-bombs ticking in the capital—after all, there’s only so much garbage landfills can take. Swachh Bharat slogans won’t stop the volcanoes from exploding, as remedies and alternatives languish for lack of vision and funds.
Amid a rise in TB cases, India’s countermeasures remain smothered in a host of operational issues
As more of our lives comes to be lived online, the worst we encounter or evade in ‘real’ life reappears digitally magnified with a vengeance
The first national NIFT survey will finally chart the Indian body type, if indeed such a thing is found to exist
Multiple laws make a mess of deaddiction
Sex outside wedlock has commonly evoked the prurient rather than the idea of self-fulfilment. A new generation of women and men are changing that, and how!
Unwise investments by banks have become common, slapping investors with losses and high soaring fees
A new national-level ‘augmentation course’ has been introduced to make our canine soldiers smarter and teach them to listen and guard us better
A dose given to a new born even after six months will be as effective since most babies are naturally immune to Hepatitis-B infection due to passive transfer of antibodies from the mother.
Weak in attack and defence, India walks blind down an unseen war
In the age of Aadhar, how important is cyber security? Dr Ajay Kumar, additional scretary of Ministry of Electronics and IT says it's "challenging"
Once known for strong patent laws, India is now yielding to pharma MNCs
DeMo and GST are like the warp and woof of a dismal handicrafts canvas
A senior Army officer told Outlook “There are no immediate plans by the defence ministry to procure body bags.”
A court of inquiry has been initiated into the cause of the Tawang crash but officials say it is unlikely that it extends to the use of cardboard boxes for transportation of the bodies.
The rains again expose factors plaguing India’s healthcare in rural and urban spaces
This was the second medical device to be put under price control since prices of cardiac stents were capped in February this year.
Outlook previously detailed the unscrupulous ways in which medical device manufacturing companies and hospitals fleece patients into getting expensive surgeries and transplants to make money