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The poorly worded ordinance is an attempt to stall medical education reforms

Stories you must read over the weekend

We thought of replugging our reported stories already published in the magazine or the web. Take a look

Listen to the rumble in poorís stomach

An ambitious food security law that vows to ensure that the poor donít go hungry is languishing, with some states not even completely identifying the beneficiaries

Documenting her way to filmmaking

Despite her familyís weak financial condition, Pushpa Rawat has made a mark in the world of documentary films, touching lives of the ordinary

In search of affordable medicines for the poor

Russia, China urge BRICS bloc to have coherent policy for affordable medicines

Fundamental rights vs fundamentalism

In opposing triple talaq, Shayara Bano aims higher than Shah Bano: she questions constitutional validity of discriminatory practices sanctioned under Muslim personal law

All you need to know about the Nirbhaya Fund

40 percent of the 3,000-crore fund remains unutilised

The probability of interoperability within CAS is very high: TRAI

Possibility of interoperability on the clouds

Coming soon: electronic health record of every citizen

Then, people wonít have to lug around medical records and policy makers will now know about diseases in real time. But there are down sides too

High decibel celebration over two years of NaMo government

BJP chief Amit Shah and central ministers present a record of development over the past two years

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