Estd. 2006
Articles / Features
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1 Pride in India's traditions like Yoga & AyurvedaSarbananda SonowalChanges in health paradigm has led to an unprecedented resurgence of interest in Ayush systems (namely Ayurveda, Yoga, Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, Sowa-Rigpa and Homoeopathy) + Read More ...
2 Servants, not saviour of the people follow constitutionNingning NewmaiCivil service is described as the body of government officials who are recruited in civil administration that are neither political nor judicial. + Read More ...
3 Arrests, torture, beatings, jail - Inside Myanmar’s junta realityPhil ThorntonAs Myanmar’s army prepares to deploy and reinforce its bases with hundreds of extra troops, the country’s media workers remain exposed to Covid-19 and under extreme threat, writes Phil Thornton. + Read More ...
4 Maina pair and superstition - One for sorrow, two for joyMousumi BhattacharjeeMaina pair has taken a large share of my childhood and girlhood. A glimpse of a pair of Maina in the morning used to detect the day…how the day would go! Sight of a pair always used to consider as hol + Read More ...
5 What Vehicle Scrappage Policy means for economy & ecologyAmitabh KantAs a climate conscious, new age citizen, when you start the ignition of your vehicle, are you driving towards a sustainable green future for the planet, simultaneously ensuring the safety of fellow co + Read More ...
6 Moving HIV prevention and treatment tools from the labShobha ShuklaRecent scientific advancements have brought to the fore the promise of more effective and long-term solutions to help people living with HIV to thrive and not just survive. + Read More ...
7 Myanmar: Nation in crisis as pandemic takes holdPhil ThorntonJournalists already under threat of military arrest, jail and torture in Myanmar are now fronting a Covid-19 national crisis as the virus rips through a country stripped bare, writes Phil Thornton. + Read More ...
8 A Curious Case of Junk Foods- The Story of ‘YOU’, ‘ME’ and ‘OUR TIME’Ningning NewmaiThe term "Junk food” refers to a wide range of highly processed foods consisting of high- calories , sugar, salt and fat content that is of little to no nutritional value. + Read More ...
9 Are we hungry for change for genuinely transforming food systems?Shobha ShuklaThe forthcoming United Nations Food Systems Summit 2021, tentatively to be held in September 2021 and convened by the Secretary-General of the United Nations, purports to transform the way the world p + Read More ...
10 Targeted interventions respect taxpayers moneyDr KV SubramanianAmong the proposals announced by the Finance Minister on Monday, an important element is the credit guarantee scheme to incentivise microfinance institutions (MFIs) to lend to the urban poor. + Read More ...
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