Sunday, December 4, 2022
Covid vaccination on track after belated course correction
It's almost 15 months since Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced India's first short lockdown at just four hours’ notice followed by a 21-day lockdown to beat Covid-19 Coronavirus that had burst upon the country. Millions...
No lesson learnt from second wave even as Covid-3 spectre looms
Even as India is yet to get over the ravages of the second wave of covid-19, the possibility of a third wave of the deadly disease is looming large over the country. While it’s not...
India’s switch to digital mode for a robust healthcare system
  India is among the few countries that have emerged the fastest-growing digital economies over the past few years characterised by 90 per cent growth in terms of digital adoption index between 2014 and 2017. With...
Vaccination yet to pick up pace even as Covid third wave stares Bihar
On 22 June, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar launched a campaign called ‘Six Crore Vaccinations in Six Months’ with a view to accelerate the vaccination process. The vaccination campaign is presently going on at a slow...
Pandemics come and go, Govt knows where its priorities lie
  The second wave of the coronavirus epidemic has caught the country off guard. If this was not the case, we would not have achieved the dubious distinction of topping the charts in the cases of...
Orphaned by Covid, many kids at the mercy of elusive Govt doles
A joint family was happily living on the outskirts of village Gauras near Kareli, Madhya Pradesh, away from the hustle-bustle of urban life. The family consisted of an old mother, her three sons, daughters-in-law, and...