Whenever a patient with bleeding in the stomach or a child whose fever has not subsided in a week is admitted into Sasaram-based physician B.B.

The longstanding dilemma of how to best ensure the survival of one of India’s extant prehistoric peoples—the Jarawas of the Andaman islands—and their traditions is again occupying centrestage.

Sparring Points

Besides Lokpal Bill, politicians have sparred with civil society on four key pieces of legislation

Mandated to create industrial opportunities in the state, the MIDC or Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation has been doing quite the opposite of late—winding up its own plans to set up Spe

On May 30, as the joint drafting committee of the Lokpal Bill met for the fifth time in the conference room of the ministry of finance in North Block, trouble was already brewing.

In a move that took many by surprise, the National Advisory Council (NAC) huddled into a seven-hour discussion on the land acquisition and rehabilitation and resettlement bills on Wednesday, and em

In the last six months, the Union health ministry has suddenly adopted a proactive tack to banning drugs.

The Planning Commission’s definition of poverty is inexplicableIn the urban sprawl that is Delhi, as in any other metro in the country, earning no more than Rs 25 per day with a family to support w

The GM crops debate rages, but pressure is on to end the moratoriumActively On Hold?

Proposal to set up an 1.8 lakh tonne per annum asbestos making unit in Andhra