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.

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

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

The Flip-Side Of Haryana’s Village Election Reforms

With the seat reserved for a woman, Mohammed Hanif married someone who could contest the elections.
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Crores Flow Down The Drain In Parched Bundelkhand

Water storage units in many villages of Madhya Pradesh's Bundelkhand region quench thirst only on paper.

Women Use About 5,000 Euphemisms For ‘Periods’: Survey

Menstruation is a subject that is still taboo in many countries in the world, according to a major survey on the issue.

Gunmen Guard Water In Drought-hit Bundelkhand

In Madhya Pradesh's Tikamgarh, a city in the parched Bundelkhand region, men with guns guard precious water of the Jamuniya river at the Bari Ghat Dam.

Low Protein Intake Causes Stunted Growth, Say Experts

The WHO estimates that there are more underweight children in India than in sub-Saharan Africa.

Once Odisha’s Rice Bowl, In Fields Of Bargarh A Crisis Grows

Mithila stares blankly at the road, waiting for her husband to return, but Makardhwaja will never come back.
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Loss and Despair In Times Of Warangal’s Drought

Whoever can has migrated in search of work. For the rest, part time employment under NREGA or pension is the lifeline.

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