Jan Swasthya Abhiyan recently announced the recipients of the 4th Amit Sengupta Fellowship on Health Rights. The announcement was followed by reflections on Dr. Sengupta’s activist legacy and a discussion on tuberculosis in India
While India continues its poor performance in the global fight against TB, additional challenges are emerging in the form of Delamanid stock-outs and shortage of testing kits. Despite repeated inquiries from activists, the government keeps mum
A new report by the New York Times shows how the Narendra Modi government completely disregarded scientific evidence to further its immediate political interests during the first and second waves of COVID-19
The US decision to cut funding to the WHO pending an investigation is likely to affect its autonomy to determine priorities, as well as make it more dependent on philanthropic organizations.
The number of new infections was 1,886 on February 18 as opposed to 2,050 on the previous day. The daily death toll too has come down substantially and is below 100.
Today, the democratic movement in India has lost an extremely committed voice.