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VOICES

 |  10-minute read
Dengue, Medical negligence, Medical ethics, Indian healthcare

Why, despite being a doctor in India, I advised my friend not to return home to practise

Years later, as I look back, I feel I indeed saved a life.

VARIETY

 |  6-minute read
Healthcare, Gurgaon, Fortis hospital, Dengue

Fortis bills dead patient's parents over Rs 15 lakh for dengue care: Why private hospitals bleed us

India's public healthcare sector is grossly inadequate and ill-equipped.

POLITICS

 |  4-minute read
BJP, Mamata Banerjee, Dengue, West Bengal

Why is dengue not stinging Mamata Banerjee's government in West Bengal?

Despite several cases, the state government has denied that the disease has reached epidemic proportions.

VARIETY

 |  6-minute read
Monsoon, Delhi, AAP, Disease

Delhi to see its worst ever outbreak of chikungunya and dengue cases is a national shame

The MCD report cited by the media articles has harsh prognosis for the monsoon season.

POLITICS

 |  4-minute read
Dengue, JP Nadda, Satyendra Jain, Chikungunya

Are Satyendra Jain and JP Nadda misleading us on chikungunya?

Those in charge of 'health' in Delhi and at the centre are relying on Google rather than ground reality.

POLITICS

 |  Between the Lines  |  3-minute read
Chikungunya, Dengue

Dengue is killing while politicians are bickering. It must end

In the absence of an aggressive prevention strategy, we will probably be staring at the same situation next year.

POLITICS

 |  Quantum Leap  |  3-minute read
Public health system, Dengue

How we can put an end to dengue

From techies to tyre companies, everyone has to step in.

POLITICS

 |  Breaking Views  |  1-minute read
Dengue, Public health system

How many dengue deaths will it take?

Rajdeep Sardesai on the plight of poor struggling in the absence of an efficient healthcare system.

POLITICS

 |  8-minute read
Public health system, Dengue, Safdarjung hospital

My brother died in Safdarjung Hospital: Public healthcare is murder

No one seemed to care that precious time was being lost and that a person could die because of their apathy.

POLITICS

 |  2-minute read
Public health system, Malaria, Dengue

Kill dengue before it claims another child

There is a crying need for a revamped public health system.