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COVID vaccines: The world’s biggest real-time test
Mar 11, 2021

COVID vaccines: The world’s biggest real-time test

Throughout this ordeal, one must remain modest.

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.

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.

Can the COVID vaccine “change” a person’s DNA?
Apr 21, 2023

Can the COVID vaccine “change” a person’s DNA?

Multiple molecular checks ensure that the COVID-19 vaccine does not affect human DNA, thus, the chances of this occurring are highly improbable

Rope in Influencers, Family Members: How COVID Vaccine Hesitancy among Pregnant Women Can be Fought
Aug 12, 2021

Rope in Influencers, Family Members: How COVID Vaccine Hesitancy among Pregnant Women Can be Fought

Vaccine hesitancy among women adds to the risks to economic recovery by prolonging the pandemic.

58 million vaccine doses exported and 23 million for domestic use: This week may see drastic changes for India
Mar 10, 2021

58 million vaccine doses exported and 23 million for domestic use: This week may see drastic changes for India

After the initial lukewarm response, India’s daily inoculations observed a much-needed boost.

A vaccinated future for the pandemic
Dec 30, 2020

A vaccinated future for the pandemic

How the pandemic will play out in the next few years will depend on vaccines — their availability, coverage and duration of protection.

Bracing up for ‘herd immunity’ against COVID19
Jun 19, 2020

Bracing up for ‘herd immunity’ against COVID19

India’s balancing act for safeguarding lives and livelihoods with generous lockdown relaxations is set to see a spike in cases and death toll before

Can India offset Chinese influence through its vaccine diplomacy?
Jan 22, 2021

Can India offset Chinese influence through its vaccine diplomacy?

Peaceful international partnerships in crucial sectors, like healthcare, continue to inspire India’s global vision.

Caring for the nation
Mar 01, 2021

Caring for the nation

Beware the vaccine diplomacy model of China, focus on rapid vaccination at home.

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

Fractured multilateralism and the search for COVID19 vaccine
Jun 27, 2020

Fractured multilateralism and the search for COVID19 vaccine

The EU’s push for multilateralism on developing a vaccine against COVID-19 comes amidst fraying international relations

G20 returns to Asia
Oct 30, 2021

G20 returns to Asia

The ‘duplex of Asian G20 presidencies’ led by Indonesia and India takes on a formidable agenda, one that is likely to shape the world economy for

Indian Muslim clerics’ call for action to overcome vaccine hesitation during Ramadan
Apr 17, 2021

Indian Muslim clerics’ call for action to overcome vaccine hesitation during Ramadan

Enforcing a sense of discipline among 170 million people, sharply divided on sectarian and linguistic lines, is never an easy task as it requires volu

India’s Historic Vaccination Drive: Evaluating the Stakes, Hurdles and Opportunities
Jan 08, 2021

India’s Historic Vaccination Drive: Evaluating the Stakes, Hurdles and Opportunities

Various vaccine trials across the world are showing highly promising efficacy, and multiple vaccines are getting approved across continents. The global vaccine race has now entered its second phase, where countries try and procure as many doses of Covid-19 vaccines as possible. India has put its faith primarily in the vaccines of Oxford-AstraZeneca and Bharat Biotech-ICMR. It has also secured future stockpiles of Gamaleya and Novavax vaccines thr

India’s Taliban dilemma: Diplomatic engagement and moral disquietness
Mar 24, 2023

India’s Taliban dilemma: Diplomatic engagement and moral disquietness

Taliban diplomats attending the course extended by the MEA should not be misconstrued as India’s overall approach towards the Taliban

India’s Vaccine Diplomacy
Jan 23, 2021

India’s Vaccine Diplomacy

The world’s pharmacy is looking to inoculations to build friendly ties around the world—and compete with China.

India’s Vaccine Diplomacy Reaches Taiwan
Apr 21, 2021

India’s Vaccine Diplomacy Reaches Taiwan

As New Delhi and Taipei draw closer together, the map of the Asia-Pacific could change for good.