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Friday, November 18, 2005
New cures for an old fever
As an infectious disease that affects two million people in India annually, malaria continues to be a significant public health challenge. India has a much lower death rate from malaria than Africa, where nearly a million children die of the ...
The king loses credibility
Going by the assurances given by King Gyanendra at the Dhaka summit of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation, and separately to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at their brief meeting on the summit's sidelines, democracy will return ...
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Falling farm incomes, growing inequities
By P. Sainath
Health spending in the average farm household is double that on education each month. Millions of India's farm households are in dismal shape. Even as the number of billionaires grows at the other end of the spectrum.
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