Patents or people: The conundrum of healthcare industry. By Abhay Singh, Divyansh Prakash, Isha Garg, Jeevan Joseph, Ram Karthikeyan, Stuti Khandelwal

The first traces of SARS-CoV-2 virus (severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2) were discovered in November, 2019 in Wuhan, China. Since then, the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has transformed from a local disease into a global pandemic. While countries across the world, rich and po


Another victim of US friendship, India faces imminent threat of converting united- J&K into another Bangladesh by China & Pakistan. By Hem Raj Jain

In the line of US allies / strategic partners / friends is now the turn of India (after Ukraine / Crimea, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Kurds etc) to face territorial dismemberment or destruction / suffering or political chaos or betrayal etc because India tilted excessively towards the USA (


Instead of repeating Sri Lanka in PoK by promising Bangladesh, as per IoA India should ensure plebiscite in united J&K. By Hem Raj Jain

On the face of it the June 14 statement of Defense Minister Rajnath Singh (https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/defence/pok-will-wish-to-be-part-of-india-will-lead-to-fulfilment-of-parliaments-resolution-rajnath-singh/articleshow/76369108.cms) would seem to be innocent, innocuous and born ou


New essential norms must include reproductive health services. By Anjali Roy, Ankit Kumar, Anurag Ratan, KS Lakshmi Naraayan, Kaustubh Jain, Sartaj Singh

The bottom line of today's world, which applies to every person on this planet - irrespective of their social, economical or geographical positions - can be simply jotted down in a few words: "COVID-19 pandemic has significantly changed our lives" as said by Dr Jameel Zamir, Directo


Tobacco-caused diseases are a bane to the pandemic. By Darpan Choudhary, Harshal Patidar, Manas Naidu, Niveditha Arjun, Shruti Iyer and Shyam Sunder Shrivastava

"A cigarette is a pinch of tobacco rolled in paper with fire at one end and a fool at the other" had said George Bernard Shaw.

Grappling with a pandemic that has impacted humanity is no mean task. Scientists, doctors, governments, civilians – the entire world – hav


The way forward after COVID-19: Is there a light at the end of the tunnel? By Shreya Rawal and Durgesh Nandan Yadav

The pandemic, COVID-19 does not discriminate between people based on their class, gender, or ethnicity. However, it has inevitably exposed the socio-economic disparities existing in our society. It demonstrates the power of privilege to different sections of society. The most vulnerable will bear


Lobsang / Tibetans should prefer Perry’s bill for independent Tibet than infructuous H.R.4331. By Hem Raj Jain

This refers to the interview of Tibetan Administration President Lobsang Sangay of  Government-in-Exile (GiE) to ‘The Print’ media https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zE4BOaz3fI which should be a matter of great disappointment & concern for the USA (which is trying for the indep


Modi now needs Trump more for resolving Galwan crisis (another Kargil) with China than Trump needs Modi in Pacific. By Hem Raj Jain

The June 6 talks between Army Generals of India and China has failed to bring any result as far as India is concerned which wanted Chinese army to go back at the position of April 2020 as reported at -



Are the young people left behind in times of COVID-19 pandemic? By Shobha Shukla

 Over 60% of the world's youth live in Asia Pacific region, accounting for about 19% of the region's total population. This translates into more than 750 million young women and men aged 15 to 24 years. As it is, many of them - especially adolescent girls and young women, young migra


Perry & USHRCFA, should ask Tibeten GiE to clarify its borders with India, before asking Congress & President for independence of Tibet. By Hem Raj Jain

U.S. Congressman Scott Perry , on May 19 has introduced a  legislation (H.R. 6948) to the ‘US House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs’ (USHRCFA) , A bill to authorize the President to recognize the Tibet Autonomous Region of the People’s Republic of China as a


Connecting the dots: Technology, healthcare, and pandemics like COVID-19. By Anjali Sunil, B Sai Sushma, Parv Julania, Pranav Raghuraman, Priya Sahu, K Shree Shantha

Technology is often seen as a bane that impedes human ability rather than benefit it. We have seen the cost of our advancement in the increasing rates of deforestation, the rise of global warming and the absolute carelessness with which we treat nature. The increase in awareness has led to people


No excuse for inaction: #EndTobacco to prevent epidemics of diseases and deaths. By Shobha Shukla, Bobby Ramakant

Tobacco kills over 80 million people worldwide every year. Tobacco remains a deadly, and yet entirely preventable, risk factor for a host of diseases-from the world's biggest infectious disease killer tuberculosis to major non-communicable diseases (NCDs) that account for over 70% deaths glob


Trump’s offer to mediate Indo-China dispute double game & meaningless unless Corona matters settled. By Hem Raj Jain

Prez Trump should know that the present border of India with China has become irrelevant after Coronavirus - pandemic, due to Tibet factor.

This refers to offer of President Trump to mediate between Indo - China border dispute as reported also at  https://www.hindustantimes.com/ind


The challenge of forming a minority rights commission in Pakistan. By Nasir Saeed

The matter of the establishment of The National Commission for Minority Rights in Pakistan is once again in the news. The commission was formed on May 5, 2020, but has faced a lot of opposition since then.

At first, it was opposed in the cabinet committee for the inclusion of members fr


Rise in gender-based violence during COVID-19 warrants a gendered response. By Shobha Shukla

Preventing sexual and other forms of gender-based violence (SGBV) before it happens and meeting the needs of all survivors should always be a priority - but it becomes even more of a compelling priority during pandemics and other emergencies. Such crisis situations might exacerbate already existi

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"Trial of Pakistani Christian Nation" By Nazir S Bhatti

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