the northeastern states of India are co-endemic for Plasmodium falciparum and P. vivax malaria. The transmission intensity is low-to-moderate resulting in intermediate to stable malaria. Malaria control prioritized P. falciparum being the predominant and life threatening infection (>70%). P. vivax malaria remained somewhat neglected. The present study provides a status report of P. vivax malaria in the northeastern States of India.

Akhtar has presented empirical evidence for malaria outbreak in Thar desert due to high rainfall associated with the El Ni

In search for sustainable intervention, the advent of pre-treated mosquito nets with insecticide, popularly known as long-lasting insecticidal nets (LLINs) that would obviate the hassles of treatment and re-treatment, is viewed as a breakthrough in malaria prevention.

Integrated Disease Vector Control (IDVC) project had
its beginning in Kheda district of Gujarat way back in 1983.
With the demonstrated success of malaria control using
environmental approaches in select villages of Nadiad
Taluka, the project jointly funded by the Indian Council of
Medical Research and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare