NITI Aayog released a report outlining the range of investment opportunities in various segments of India’s healthcare sector, including hospitals, medical devices and equipment, health insurance, telemedicine, home healthcare and medical value travel.

NITI Aayog released a book on faecal sludge and septage management in urban areas.

Flood is the most prevalent and costliest natural disaster in the world which devastates both life and economy on large extent. Extreme flooding events are not relegated to the least developed nations, but can also devastate and ravage the most economically advanced and industrialized nations.

India’s transition to electric vehicles (EVs) has advanced rapidly in the past few years. A supportive policy environment, improving economics, and emerging business models have poised the EV market for significant growth in the coming decade.

‘Vision 2035: Public Health Surveillance in India’is a continuation of the work on health systems strengthening. It contributes by suggesting mainstreaming of surveillance by making individual electronic health records the basis for surveillance.

The National Nutrition Mission or the Poshan Abhiyaan — the world’s largest nutrition programme for children and mothers — must be stepped up in order to meet the targets set by the Centre to reduce stunting, wasting, and anaemia by 2022, warns a report by NITI Aayog with only a little over a year left to reach its goals.

This compendium details information about various practices and initiatives implemented by States, Districts and Cities in India for containing and managing the COVID-19 outbreak.

The Covid-19 pandemic brought with it several challenges for India and nations across the world. Even as we set about trying to secure the nation from this disease, the livelihoods of many unorganized and migrant workers were hit.

The three new farm acts legislated by the Government of India have been widely acclaimed at home and abroad as historical and long overdue. However, some experts, states, and stakeholders, including farmers, have been protesting against them and seeking their withdrawal.

This study, unde1taken as part of NITI Aayog's Statement of Intent with the Rockefeller Foundation and its Indian subsidiary Smart Power India, provides a baseline of performance of DISCOMs on electricity access and their existing capacity to achieve targets.

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