Carry On Doctor

Rachel Dwyer

The representation of illness in Hindi cinema is both sublime and ridiculous

Medical and Social Drama

Kannada author Guruprasad Kaginele's novel shows the many challenges of Indian doctors in an all-white town

As Amma Lay Dying

Jayalalithaa was imperious even in her final hours

No to the Bungalow

New God on the Block | Birthday Notes | Foreign Interest | The Governor Question | Medical Touch

The Second Opinion Market

The business of online medical consultation is taking off in India

The Aborted Clause

The likely exclusion of a crucial amendment to India’s abortion law highlights official apathy towards women’s reproductive rights

Beyond Band-Aids

Why India’s medical system needs urgent reform

Super Bullish on Healthcare

As investors fight over Fortis, doctors worry about reckless enrollment

An Incurable Condition

What the Fortis incident says about Indian healthcare

The Cost of a Sick Nation

The Government finally wakes up to the reality of a healthcare emergency


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