Estd. 2006
Articles / Features
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1 Sri Lanka: Challenges and Role of the Media Organisations and JournalistsViranjana HerathSri Lanka, a tiny island in the Indian Ocean but unfortunately a large dot on the world’s media rights violations map. .
2 Unprecedented Victory for Tibet at the United NationsPema DomaAs China tries to manipulate international institutions to comply with its will, Tibetan human rights defenders and advocacy groups have continued demanding accountability and justice. .
3 Plain packaging will accelerate ending tobacco epidemicBobby RamakantMore worrying is the emerging scientific evidence that diseases of which tobacco is a common major risk factor, are dangerously elevating the risk of serious outcomes of COVID-19 (including death). .
4 Patents or people: The riddle of healthcare industryGroup of WritersIt is evident that a country cannot develop sustainably with the sole emphasis on the business motive of expanding profits, or enlarging the pie. .
5 China-India border dispute and Dalai LamaRK SinhaChina's unilateral attempt to change the status-quo on the Line of Actual Control has led to violent clashes. .
6 Are young people left behind in times of COVID-19?Shobha ShuklaEven in normal times young people across the Asia Pacific region face many challenges in accessing sexual and reproductive health services they need, due to a host of barriers. .
7 Nature and our futureDavid James MoldenThe theme for World Environment Day 2020 – “Biodiversity”, with the slogan “Time for nature” – urges us to appreciate our rich biodiversity and reflect on our association with nature during these unpr .
8 Connecting dots: Technology, healthcare and Covid-19Group of Writers Researchers and experts from all fields collaborate to address the enduring complexities of healthcare data by paving the way for artificial intelligence to play a more significant role in medical ser .
9 #EndTobacco to prevent epidemics of diseases and deathsShobha Shukla, Bobby RamakantTobacco kills over 80 million people worldwide every year. Tobacco remains a deadly, and yet entirely preventable, risk factor for a host of diseases-from the world's biggest infectious disease killer .
10 Our solutions are in natureSunita Chaudhary, Biraj Adhikari and Kesang WangchThe degrading health of ecosystems and the services they provide not only undermine nature’s ability to support wellbeing and economic growth but also make us vulnerable to different changes, includin .