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November 10, 2017

Cops, lawyers, media – everyone failed bus conductor Ashok in Ryan murder case

‘Super-coverage’ of Pradyuman’s death was also a super miscarriage of justice. PANINI ANAND When news of the murder of seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur at Gurugram‘s Ryan International School broke two months ago, it stunned Delhi NCR, and indeed the whole country. Such… Continue Reading →

Revival of traditional sattu helps village women make a living #Goodnews

  Women in rural Nalanda are popularizing the use of a traditional grinding stone to pound flour out of roasted gram, providing a healthier alternative to machine-ground sattu and earning a livelihood for themselves Mohd Imran Khan A woman uses… Continue Reading →

Public Health Care – Private concerns and primary woes

JYOTSNA SINGH Crumbling: The footfall at the PHC in Alwar’s Bhanokhar has declined in the last two years since it transitioned to a PPP model. Between June and August nearly 2,500 people had visited the OPD in 2016, while the… Continue Reading →

Kolkata -`Why are disabled being forced to move HC to get Aadhaar?’

TNN | Nov 10, 2017, 05:47 IST KOLKATA: The pleas of a mother of a 27-year-old with cerebral palsy , who failed to get Aadhaar-registereddespite three attempts because of his physical disability , prompted the Calcutta high court on Thursday to ask the Centre a simple question: why were… Continue Reading →

Want Gold Medal from Pune University? You must be a Veg teetotaller #WTFnews

Read the complete list Updated: Nov 10, 2017 |   Pune: Indian Higher Education norms have often left us confused and alarmed. But nothing can be more beguiling than the latest criterion released by Savitribai Phule Pune University for Keertankar Shelar… Continue Reading →

Mapping how to feed 9 billion humans, while avoiding environmental calamity

by Rhett A. Butler The “Safety Net” initiative aims to map the best opportunities for conservation and ecosystem restoration globally. That means incorporating data on variables ranging from species richness to climate trends to deforestation rates for every point on Earth’s… Continue Reading →

Indian Doctors Only Spend 2 Minutes With Patients #WTFnews

This  Is Among The Worst In The World, Reveals Study In stark contrast, consultation time in first world countries like Sweden, Norway, USA, is more than 20 minutes on an average. The length of medical consultation, also called as primary… Continue Reading →

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