Doctors protest as Indian Medical Association writes letter supporting Centre against ‘anti-nationals’

Scroll.in Home Friday, February 26th 2016 Without consulting its members about the issue, the organisation sent a letter asking for 'the culprits' to be punished. Nayantara Narayanan  · Yesterday · 08:22 pm Photo Credit: Dr Farouck/Flickr Senior doctors and members of the Indian Medical Association are speaking out against a letter sent by the organisation’s... Continue Reading →

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$3 million donation from a group with Hindutva links rejected

EDUCATIONAL POLITICS A university in US rejects $3 million donation from a group with Hindutva links A committee set up after protests at UC Irvine has flagged the level of influence Dharma Civilization Foundation could wield and rejected two sponsored chairs. Mridula Chari  · Yesterday · 12:30 pm Photo Credit: University of California, Irvine 42.3K... Continue Reading →

What is anti-nationalism?

What is anti-nationalism? It is……. …………Voting to power someone who has been responsible for genocide and rape of your own country men and women ………..Someone who goes around the world giving away our land to corporate interests without any process of consultation or democracy …………it is men in uniform raping women and children ------------it is... Continue Reading →

‘My conscience has started to revolt’

‘My conscience has started to revolt’: A Zee News producer quits over channel’s handling of JNU row Vishwa Deepak resigned over what he says were grave lapses in the way Zee News covered the JNU sedition case. Scroll Staff  · Today · 07:27 pm Watching TV coverage of the Jawaharlal Nehru University sedition case can... Continue Reading →

Article on Karuna trust in Arunachal Pradesh

 COVERAGE Unhealthy option? Queries galore on health privatisation  Friday 31 March 2006 Author(s): RUP J PATER  F Feeling the pulse: A doctor at (Credit: RUP J PATER) In November 2005, the Arunachal Pradesh government selected four ngos to run 16 of its 85 primary health centres (phcs). The list included only one local ngo, Future... Continue Reading →

PPP in public health suffers setback

NATIONAL » KARNATAKA BENGALURU, February 18, 2016 Updated: February 18, 2016 17:27 IST AFSHAN YASMEEN Not all is well with public-private partnership in the health sector, if a recent decision of the department is a prognosis. The Health Department has decided to do away with the Arogya Bandhu scheme under which it had partnered with... Continue Reading →

‘We have complete faith in the constitution’: Kanhaiya Kumar’s

Scroll.in Sunday, February 14th 2016 STUDENT UNREST 'We have complete faith in the constitution': Watch Kanhaiya Kumar's speech hours before his arrest JNU Students Union's President slammed the ruling government and its tactics to silent dissent in a fiery address on the campus. Mayank Jain  · Yesterday · 11:28 am  · India 89.7K Total Views  https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=KMi0D__l7IE... Continue Reading →

No action against doctor who performed ‘unnecessary’ hysterectomies

» TODAY'S PAPER » KARNATAKA HASSAN/CHIKKAMAGALURU, February 7, 2016  SATHISH G.T. A gynaecologist attached to a government hospital conducted as many as 1,428 hysterectomies over three years, and shockingly, more than 40 per cent of the women who underwent the surgery were below the age of 35, an inquiry committee set up by the Department... Continue Reading →

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