The Great Derangement

Makarand R Paranjape

The vaunted rationalism of Dravidianism is a mask for the deepest prejudice

The Carrier As the Cure

Can genetically modified and biologically tweaked mosquitoes eradicate dengue and malaria in India?

Notes to Ourselves

What must we do to survive the persistent onslaught of dengue, malaria, chikungunya, swine flu…?

Defence against Malaria

An understanding of the link between sickle cell anaemia and malaria may lead to new therapies

The Man Who Got Malaria 37 Times

Doctors diagnosed filaria, typhoid, gastroenteritis, and even advised a shrink. But having had malaria so many times, Rauf Ali, far from dreading the disease, now finds that it is ‘not bad at all’.


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