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Pakistan needs treatment for its psychosis
Mar 05, 2018

Pakistan needs treatment for its psychosis

Instead of conjuring up bizarre conspiracy theories and nurturing a victim complex, Pakistanis need to see the reality.

The World Trade Organisation: Developing countries availing special and differential treatment
Nov 01, 2021

The World Trade Organisation: Developing countries availing special and differential treatment

WTO needs to develop a set of parameters to ascertain which countries qualify as “developing” in order to wind up the challenge associated with S&

Achieving water sufficiency through wastewater management
May 23, 2024

Achieving water sufficiency through wastewater management

Considering the role of wastewater in meeting the water requirements of cities, and the negative effects of untreated wastewater, efforts are underway

AI in health: Promises, pitfalls, pathways
Apr 05, 2024

AI in health: Promises, pitfalls, pathways

Mirroring global trends, the Indian market for AI in healthcare is growing rapidly, but many pitfalls must be negotiated and opportunities tapped befo

China's opportunities and challenges in a crisis-ridden West Asia
Oct 22, 2023

China's opportunities and challenges in a crisis-ridden West Asia

While China may aid West Asian countries to hedge their interests against the US, the lack of Chinese diplomacy on ground shows that there is still a

Cities need systemic change to eliminate pandemics of inequalities
Nov 30, 2021

Cities need systemic change to eliminate pandemics of inequalities

All treatment facilities and protocols had a significant bias in favour of the ‘apartment-living citizen’, which is why the Dharavi model is so im

Containing COVID-19 crisis in Nepal
Sep 03, 2020

Containing COVID-19 crisis in Nepal

What is needed most at this critical juncture is to strengthen coordination between the federal, provincial and local level governments by keeping the

COVID19 adds to the woes of India's underpaid and overworked care workers
Dec 16, 2020

COVID19 adds to the woes of India's underpaid and overworked care workers

The treatment of women care workers in India highlights the gendered division of work, and continued undervaluation of women’s labour and care work.

Examining the limitations of India’s online visa regime
May 30, 2017

Examining the limitations of India’s online visa regime

In November 2014, India introduced a visa facility allowing foreign travellers wanting to come to India for recreational purposes, casual visits with friends or relatives, short-duration medical treatment or business visits, to apply for their visa online. Since then, the government has taken specific initiatives to improve the process, with the more recent ones including the introduction of three e-visa categories (e-medical, e-business, and e-t

Exploring Ways to Fill Delhi’s Unmet Water Needs
Apr 18, 2024

Exploring Ways to Fill Delhi’s Unmet Water Needs

Delhi—a city and union territory of India containing the country’s capital, New Delhi—continues to grow in population, posing challenges to civic agencies in the provision of citizens’ essential needs. This brief examines the experience of Delhi’s water agency in obtaining raw water, amid the growing gap in supply and demand that is only being exacerbated by climate change. The brief finds multiple reasons for the inadequacy of raw wate

Exports and e-commerce in India
Oct 24, 2017

Exports and e-commerce in India

This paper attempts to make a contribution in the context of the recent push in making India an e-empowered economy for promoting exports. The study stems from the premise that exports respond significantly to the costs associated with breaking into foreign markets and sustaining in those markets, whereas e-commerce offers a ready platform to minimise such costs. The empirical exercise focuses on export decision and export intensity, after adjust

Financially empowering urban local bodies to get India’s cities up and running
Jun 14, 2018

Financially empowering urban local bodies to get India’s cities up and running

The role of the State Finance Commissions between States and local bodies is supposed to mimic the role of Finance Commissions between the Centre and

Human testing in India sees sense
Jul 29, 2013

Human testing in India sees sense

As the debate on using humans as guinea pigs rages across Asia, the rationale for developing new drugs, new treatments and new research is equally stronger. The solution lies somewhere in between where governments, pharmaceutical companies and those in medical profession have to wear ethical hats and delineate profit from greed.

India's G20 presidency: Prioritising equitable recovery and a global health agenda
Apr 14, 2023

India's G20 presidency: Prioritising equitable recovery and a global health agenda

India's G20 presidency can address global health challenges and help strengthen global governance to prevent future pandemics

Indo-Iranian cooperation in Afghanistan faces challenges
May 08, 2013

Indo-Iranian cooperation in Afghanistan faces challenges

Iran's standoff with neighbouring and Western nations does pose a problem for India which has to balance its relations with Iran against its interest in deepening relations with the US. Collaborating with US initiatives in Afghanistan that exclude Iran might persuade the latter to remove the preferential treatment given to India at Chabahar.

It doesn’t help to be a princess in the Gulf
Jul 18, 2019

It doesn’t help to be a princess in the Gulf

Saudi Arabia, a regional ally of the UAE, is infamous for the treatment of its female population.

Make in India gets new wings
Oct 12, 2015

Make in India gets new wings

The government's decision to insist that the Indian Air Force induct a large number of Light Combat Aircraft fighters is the kind of shock treatment that was needed to push the 'Make in India' project.

Patenting the Cure: At what cost?
Jun 07, 2020

Patenting the Cure: At what cost?

If a vaccine or a treatment is to be created, is there a possibility that patent rights could restrict access to the cure across the world? Much depen

Protecting Cancer Care through the Covid-19 Crisis and its Aftermath
May 24, 2023

Protecting Cancer Care through the Covid-19 Crisis and its Aftermath

The COVID-19 pandemic is taking an enormous toll on health systems across the world. A growing concern is that efforts to manage the pandemic are undermining care for serious non-Covid illnesses such as cancer. In the UK and US, for example, it is estimated that delays in cancer diagnosis and treatment due to COVID-19 will lead to excess cancer deaths in the range of tens of thousands within a year. In India, where health systems are weak, it is

The heightened prevalence of noncommunicable diseases in women
Mar 08, 2023

The heightened prevalence of noncommunicable diseases in women

A combination of prevention, early identification, and treatment is necessary for a significant decrease in noncommunicable disease mortality

Tracking China’s moves on information warfare
May 22, 2024

Tracking China’s moves on information warfare

Having realised that narrative flow is key to winning modern wars, China is improving its strategic capabilities in information warfare

Understanding disease and shaping public health policy in a time of pandemic
May 23, 2023

Understanding disease and shaping public health policy in a time of pandemic

A pandemic of the viral disease COVID-19 has reached millions of people around the world with significant rates of mortality. With no specific treatments or vaccines in the immediate horizon, limiting contact with infected persons, the use of masks, and hand hygiene offer the only mitigation for now. This has led most countries to adopt severe isolation measures, which have in turn caused disruption of economic activity and increased unemployment

आरोग्य क्षेत्रामधील कृत्रिम बुद्धिमत्ता: आश्वासने, अडचणी आणि मार्ग
Apr 09, 2024

आरोग्य क्षेत्रामधील कृत्रिम बुद्धिमत्ता: आश्वासने, अडचणी आणि मार्ग

जागतिक कलाचे प्रतिबिंब भारतातही दिसून येत असून आरोग्य क�

जागतिक व्यापारासमोरील ‘विशेष’ प्रश्न
Nov 11, 2021

जागतिक व्यापारासमोरील ‘विशेष’ प्रश्न

जागतिक व्यापार संघटना मजबूत करण्यासाठी सर्व सदस्य देशांनी एकत्र येऊन काही देशांना मिळणाऱ्या विशेष वागणुकीबद्दल स्पष्टता आणायला हवी.

भारत में दुर्लभ बीमारियां: अब भी कोसों दूर है सही ‘इलाज’
Jul 21, 2021

भारत में दुर्लभ बीमारियां: अब भी कोसों दूर है सही ‘इलाज’

अब वक़्त आ गया है कि सार्वजनिक स्वास्थ्य के लिहाज से इस पर तत्काल ध्यान दिया जाए. 

माहिती युद्धात प्रभुत्व मिळवण्यासाठी चीनची नवीन रणनीती
Jun 04, 2024

माहिती युद्धात प्रभुत्व मिळवण्यासाठी चीनची नवीन रणनीती

आजच्या युगात, युद्ध जिंकण्यासाठी एखाद्याच्या बाजूने वा�

मुंबईच्या पाण्याच्या समस्येला सामोरे जाताना: बीएमसीची वृत्ती समस्या सोडवणारी आहे का?
Oct 06, 2023

मुंबईच्या पाण्याच्या समस्येला सामोरे जाताना: बीएमसीची वृत्ती समस्या सोडवणारी आहे का?

सध्या मुंबईला दररोज ४,२०० दशलक्ष लिटर (एमएलडी) पाण्याची मागणी असताना प्रत्यक्षात ३,९५० एमएलडी पाणी मिळते.

सांडपाणी व्यवस्थापनाद्वारे पाण्याची पर्याप्त उपलब्धता साध्य करणे
Jun 13, 2024

सांडपाणी व्यवस्थापनाद्वारे पाण्याची पर्याप्त उपलब्धता साध्य करणे

शहरांच्या पिण्याच्या पाण्याची आवश्यकता पूर्ण करण्यात स

स्वातंत्र्योत्तर नगर नियोजन आणि गांधीजी
Dec 16, 2020

स्वातंत्र्योत्तर नगर नियोजन आणि गांधीजी

गांधीजींच्या राजकीय अनुयायांनी गांधीविचारानुसार शहरांकडे दुर्लक्ष तर केलेच, पण त्यासोबत स्थानिक स्वराज्य संस्थांच्या सबलीकरणाची त्यांची शिकवणही नाकारली.