INSPIRED by tiny structures on transparent butterfly wings, scientists have developed a light-manipulating surface for more effective and longer-lasting eye implants for glaucoma patients.

An audit report of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India comes down heavily on the Haryana government for its lax implementation of the Beti Bachao scheme. By T.K. RAJALAKSHMI

The National Nutrition Mission, with all its hype, is confined very much to fixing targets, and its focus does not seem to consist in addressing the causes for the high prevalence of malnutrition,

The National Family Health Survey 2015-16 (NFHS-4) provides insightful data on a host of metrics and a holistic picture of the nation’s health.

A RANGE of responses emerged across social media in the last week of May when Maggi, the popular brand of instant noodles, was confirmed to contain impermissible limits of the poisonous metal lead

Andhra Pradesh objects to Karnataka constructing the Paragodu barrage on a tributary of the Krishna river, but Karnataka denies violating any inter-State water-sharing agreement.

The finalised chapter on health in the 12th Plan document envisages a large role for the private sector in health care.

The Land Acquisition, Resettlement and Rehabilitation Bill is an attempt to circumvent the hurdles before acquisition, such as rehabilitation of land losers, without much increasing the cost of lan

Interview with Jairam Ramesh, Union Minister for Rural Development.

Farmers protest against the Central clearance for coal bed methane exploration in Mannargudi, Tamil Nadu, as they fear it will devastate agriculture in Tiruvarur and Thanjavur districts.