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Medicine: The God that failed

Today we advertise ourselves, employ touts to bring patients, perform unnecessary and expensive tests and even demand cut-backs from diagnostic laboratories. - Renowned nephrologist Dr M K Mani In 1979, Dr P C Reddy with great enthusiasm presented details of his corporate hospital project to then Prime Minister Charan Singh, only to

A world without hunger by 2030

“Half of the world’s population, around 3.5 billion people, eat rice daily. By 2050 annual global rice consumption is estimated to rise from 415 million tons to 525 million tons. While more than 90 percent of this rice is eaten in Asia, including the region’s 515 million people still affected

Let bygones be bygones; move ahead.

The ghost of Bofors is severely haunting the Gandhi family. Even 30 years after Rajiv Gandhi concluding this deal, the issue of bribes taken has not died down. The Indian predeliction of not to let bygones be bygones is so glaringly visible in every aspect of Indian polity. With Modi winning the

SEBI: Gaps in oversight…

Today, we are able to attract marquee investors to the trading floors. Thanks to the framework created by SEBI. There is an urgent need to fill up some of the gaps in disclosures and enforcement. Otherwise, SEBI will be like the cops in the Indian movies showing up after the

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