Profile of Rajat Mishra
Swasth Bharat Prerak Programme by Tata Trusts is aimed at elevating nutrition levels across 287 districts in India, one life at a time
Nirbhaya's mother Asha Devi says nothing has changed in our country when it comes to women's security.
In India the thorny issue of treatment of Tuberculosis took a turn for the worse when the coronavirus outbreak hit the country.
In March this year, Union Labour Minister Santosh Singh Gangwar replied to a question and said, “The government neither has an estimate for internal migrants nor has it conducted any study to assess the living standard, health, safety of migrant workers.”
The vulgar Bhojpuri songs targeting Rhea Chakraborty have been viewed several hundred times on the Internet and have subsequently garnered hateful comments against the actress.
In an exclusive conversation with Outlook, Dr. Soumya Swaminathan said though the situation in India is still under control, the numbers have shown a sharp rise after the lockdown was eased.
As the world stares at the possibility of slipping into a recession due to the economic devastation caused by Coronavirus pandemic, here is a look at how countries around the world fought the Global Financial Crisis in 2008.
Economist Pronab Sen tells Outlook in an exclusive interview that the advantage of easing restrictions in a phased manner is that it allows the system to come back to normal gradually.
In an interview to Outlook, Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala tells how Haryana has managed to bend the Covid-19 curve and what is the future plan.
Maharashtra has so far reported 251 deaths, the highest fatality rate among the states.
In an interview with Outlook's Rajat Mishra, Jha says the message of lockdown was confined to the urban-middle-class of metropolitan cities and it lacked the concerns of subaltern groups, including migrant workers.
According to the professor, most experts would say the US took an incremental approach rather than a decisive approach to contain the virus and that may have been the Achilles’ heel
Sachin Pilot, the deputy chief minister of Rajasthan, says the state government has been conscious of two very crucial aspects of the ongoing crisis: to be alert about new cases and to ensure that nobody sleeps hungry.
Rao says India has not carried out enough testing and she hopes that 'we don’t lose control over the epidemic'
At a time when countries across the world are fighting to contain the spread of the deadly novel coronavirus, South Korea has emerged as a quintessential example of how to fight the disease through technology, transparency and lucid communication strategy.
A former member of PM's Economic Advisory Council, Ravi explains the way forward to contain the coronavirus pandemic in India.
Chidambaram told Outlook that the government is active as far as containing the pandemic is concerned, but the efforts must be backed by a clear strategy and good planning.
The government needs to have a large fiscal stimulus. It needs to put more money in the hands of the poor and vulnerable, Jayati Ghosh, development economist, and professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University tells Outlook.
Dr Ramanan Laxminarayan, a leading public health expert, who had initially alerted that India could see 60% of its 1.3 billion people infected with the deadly Coronavirus, has now revised his numbers to 300 million, expecting most of them to be 'extremely mild'.