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COVID19: Shivraj Singh Chouhan initiates Reforms 2.0 in Madhya Pradesh
May 08, 2020

COVID19: Shivraj Singh Chouhan initiates Reforms 2.0 in Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh has demonstrated that it has the political will and the intent to deliver concrete measures to revive a sagging economy due to COVID19.

COVID19: Taiwan, accountability and global institutions
Apr 10, 2020

COVID19: Taiwan, accountability and global institutions

Health crises may originate anywhere in the world, but the subsequent responses from the concerned countries characterise their roles as responsible c

COVID19: The Dharavi conundrum
Apr 09, 2020

COVID19: The Dharavi conundrum

Rapid and mass testing, setting up gigantic infrastructure is the biggest challenge in fighting the contagion in this slum colony.

COVID19’s impact on Africa, why it goes beyond healthcare
May 25, 2021

COVID19’s impact on Africa, why it goes beyond healthcare

On the occasion of World Africa Day, we look at the multidimensional impact of the pandemic across Africa

#Covid-19 के खिलाफ़ इस लड़ाई में हमें चीन से मिल रहा है सबक!
Mar 21, 2020

#Covid-19 के खिलाफ़ इस लड़ाई में हमें चीन से मिल रहा है सबक!

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#Covid19 महामारी के बाद: दक्षिण-पूर्व एशिया में चीन की ‘वैक्सीन’ कूटनीति
Jul 05, 2022

#Covid19 महामारी के बाद: दक्षिण-पूर्व एशिया में चीन की ‘वैक्सीन’ कूटनीति

अपने सॉफ्ट पावर को दिखाने की कोशिश में चीन ने दक्षिण-पूर्�

#Covid19 महामारी के बाद: दक्षिण-पूर्व एशिया में चीन की ‘वैक्सीन’ कूटनीति
Jul 05, 2022

#Covid19 महामारी के बाद: दक्षिण-पूर्व एशिया में चीन की ‘वैक्सीन’ कूटनीति

अपने सॉफ्ट पावर को दिखाने की कोशिश में चीन ने दक्षिण-पूर्�

#Covid19: Made in China pandemic
Mar 20, 2020

#Covid19: Made in China pandemic

China’s global interests, like its domestic interests, stem from a primal survival instinct: preserving the legitimacy, upholding the authority and

#COVID19: Reading the tea leaves in China
Apr 19, 2020

#COVID19: Reading the tea leaves in China

The public mood is difficult to gauge, but if the internet is any indicator, the State censors are already having a challenging time.

2021 for the UK — From the COVID vaccine and economic downturn, to Brexit and Biden
Dec 29, 2020

2021 for the UK — From the COVID vaccine and economic downturn, to Brexit and Biden

The impact of the pandemic has been so pervasive that every prominent political and social issue facing the UK has become enmeshed with it.

50 days of lockdown: Measuring India’s success in arresting COVID-19
May 19, 2020

50 days of lockdown: Measuring India’s success in arresting COVID-19

As India completes 50 days of lockdown, this report presents the findings of a data-driven enquiry into the extent to which the lockdown has achieved its health objectives and arrested the spread of COVID-19. The success is measured on four parameters: flattening the curve, reducing the growth rate of new cases, containing the spread, and improving healthcare capacity. The findings show that while the lockdown has flattened the curve to an extent

A Dream Run Gone Awry? Novavax’s Delay on COVID Vaccine and What It Means for India
May 19, 2021

A Dream Run Gone Awry? Novavax’s Delay on COVID Vaccine and What It Means for India

Novavax started off as one of the strongest contenders, promising 2 billion doses in 2021, despite failing to bring to market a single vaccine candidate in its 34-year-old his-tory.

A flight of opportunity: COVID-19 and India’s drone industry
Jun 18, 2020

A flight of opportunity: COVID-19 and India’s drone industry

The government should look at realigning the regulations of the drone industry with the central policies of ease of doing business and Aatmanirbhar B

A long-drawn and rising public-health concern: Hepatitis in the post-COVID world
Jul 28, 2022

A long-drawn and rising public-health concern: Hepatitis in the post-COVID world

As World Hepatitis Day is being observed, it is imperative to be aware of this public health threat, especially since the incidence of hepatitis cases

A perspective on secondary effects of the spread of COVID19 in emerging economies
Apr 17, 2020

A perspective on secondary effects of the spread of COVID19 in emerging economies

It is essential for emerging economies to devise strategic responses that suit their specific contexts.

Afghanistan: COVID-19 exposes weaknesses in health infrastructure
Apr 20, 2020

Afghanistan: COVID-19 exposes weaknesses in health infrastructure

In the midst of growing political instability, emerging complexities in the peace process, and significant aid cuts, the coronavirus outbreak is intensifying the struggle on all fronts in Afghanistan.

Africa and COVID19: Impact, Response, and Challenges to Recovery
Sep 28, 2020

Africa and COVID19: Impact, Response, and Challenges to Recovery

The COVID-19 outbreak poses immense challenges to Africa’s resilience. The pandemic’s economic fallout, caused by disruptions in global and regional value chains and a slump in commodity prices, can derail the progress which the continent has recorded in recent years. Despite the bleak forecasts, however, African countries have managed to mount a concerted response to the pandemic. This paper examines the extent of the economic and health imp

African Union summit amidst the COVID-19 pandemic
Feb 23, 2021

African Union summit amidst the COVID-19 pandemic

The AU is trying to hold its own with the reforms. It is trying to be more efficient and transparent. However, the reforms are more technocratic than

Africa’s quest for securing COVID-19 vaccines
Mar 24, 2021

Africa’s quest for securing COVID-19 vaccines

The race to secure COVID-19 vaccines has laid bare the inherent inequalities in access to global healthcare, which adversely affects developing popula