Even The Government Has Started Praying For Rain In Dry Tikamgarh

Even The Government Has Started Praying For Rain In Dry Tikamgarh

In the last monsoon rains, the district got less than half of the average 995 mm it gets during the season every year, leading to a crisis.
In Maharashtra’s Beed, Crops Fail But Toil Continues

In Maharashtra’s Beed, Crops Fail But Toil Continues

Hundreds of farmers attribute their dying crops to the dried up Mehekari Dam located in Shirapur.
A 2013 Soccer Match Could Have Brought Zika Virus To Brazil

A 2013 Soccer Match Could Have Brought Zika Virus To Brazil

The Zika virus could have entered Brazil in 2013, two years before it was confirmed here and a year before previously believed, a new study claims.
Here In Kerala, Water Once Every 12 Days

Here In Kerala, Water Once Every 12 Days

As Kerala reports very high temperatures, several districts of the state are parched, with water reaching many villages once in 12 days.
New, Accessible Mohalla Clinics Aim To Fix Delhi’s Broken Healthcare

New, Accessible Mohalla Clinics Aim To Fix Delhi’s Broken Healthcare

The clinic has brought basic health services to the doorstep of the 10,000 strong community at the relief camp and that is the model that the Delhi government is planning to replicate.
Kerala’s Mid-Day Meals Are A Success. Except Teachers Are Funding Them.

Kerala’s Mid-Day Meals Are A Success. Except Teachers Are Funding Them.

Kerala is one of the best performing states in the school mid-day meal scheme, but teachers say it is they who are footing the bill, not the government.
US Should Learn From Arvind Kejriwal’s ‘Mohalla’ Clinics: Foreign Media

US Should Learn From Arvind Kejriwal’s ‘Mohalla’ Clinics: Foreign Media

The entire process was automated -- from check-in, to retrieval of medical records, to testing and analysis and ambulance dispatch.
In Kerala, Amazon Starts An Experiment With 7 Women

In Kerala, Amazon Starts An Experiment With 7 Women

A stone's throw from Thiruvananthapuram's Technopark, seven women are creating history of sorts. They belong to Amazon's all-women delivery station.
Home-Based Workers Await Recognition

Home-Based Workers Await Recognition

There are nearly 35 million home-based workers in India, most of them women. Yet, they are never counted as part of the workforce, resulting in lack of opportunities and exploitation.
Health Concerns Cloud Women’s Retirement Plans: Report

Health Concerns Cloud Women’s Retirement Plans: Report

With chronic diseases becoming more prevalent in old age, healthcare in later life has become one of the major concerns among working women.

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