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The Forgotten Heroes of Operation Pawan: Why India’s Bravest Soldiers Deserve More!

Operation Pawan remains a pivotal chapter in the annals...

Cost Disparity: Iran’s Attack Relatively Cheap Compared to Israel’s Defense

On April 13, the world witnessed the most extensive...

The Enigma of No 12

When I look back at life, I often wonder...

COVID-19 vaccines in clinical trials but scientists clueless on antibody

Using X-ray crystallography, the team imaged two antibodies attached to their target site on SARS-CoV-2 and the resulting atomic-structure details of this interaction might potentially help the vaccine designers.

US withdrawal from WHO draws scepticism and criticisms

The US contributes between $107 to $119 million in assessed contributions and an additional $102 - $401 million per year. The WHO’s total budget per year is $2.4 billion.

PFRDA allows Upgrade or Downgrade of Atal Pension Yojana Account round the year

Earlier, this provision was available only during the month of April every year. Effective from July 1, this is with a view to make the Atal Pension Yojana more attractive for its 2.28 crore subscribers.

Use Clause 92 of the Indian Patent Act, break Remdesivir monopoly, issue Compulsory License

India is one of the largest generic drug manufacturers in the world and there should be no reason why Remdesivir and other COVID-19 drugs cannot be made available rapidly and at affordable prices to India and the world.

My Doctor wife shows how to beat COVID 19 like a boss

Covid19 was declared a pandemic in the first quarter of 2020. Everyone’s lives changed. We, the doctors who were looked down upon by the...