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What India Can Learn From KK Shailaja

-By Ruchira Gupta  Kerala’s Covid-19 infection death toll is one third of the all-India average. How has Kerala, a small state in the south, been able to do this? The answer lies in the existence of a people-oriented health system and the feminine and scientific...

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The Forbesganj COVID-19 Superspreader

-By Ruchira Gupta  Forbesganj is a small agricultural town in the foothills of the Himalayas. It is also my home where my family has lived for three generations, manufacturing and trading in rice. It is in one of the poorest districts of the country, Araria in the...

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Five Covid-19 Questions to Modi

-By Ruchira Gupta   As I drove back through the empty streets, thinking of the  2,0000 women in line waiting for food, in the capital of India, I pondered on the injustice of it all. Did this have to be? Was the only way to avoid Covid-19 to stop street...

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Relief Work for Project 1 Million Meals During Covid19 Crisis

Twelve-year-old Anisha(name changed) called Apne Aap a few days after the announced Junta Curfew on 23rd March 2020. The soft voice of the little girl on the other side of the phone was full of distress and panic. She somehow managed to inform that her family had not...

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