The world's second most populous country changes its public health strategy in a bid to minimise harm from the pandemic.
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While some high end science is rapidly emerging out of India’s laboratories, the missing will to come together may hinder breakthroughs around COVID-19, says *Shahid Jameel.
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Poor internet speed and abysmal healthcare facilities are the real threats, people say.
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The spotlight over the death toll or infection rate of a pandemic unfortunately eclipses its massive psycho-social impact.
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Subhra Priyadarshini discusses issues concerning Indian science and scientists.
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