Scientists say that the inaccuracy in pulse oximeters should be examined as a “potential explanation” for disparities in COVID-19 outcomes among people of different races.
Brain Drain Is a Hidden Tax On the Countries Left Behind
The brain drain of healthcare workers from countries that can scarcely afford to lose them is not an emotionless, economic discussion.
The Malice of Philanthropy
There is no system to hold philanthropists accountable to part with the money they pledged. This excuses philanthropists from responsibility and accountability.
Umar, My Namesake
When he was detained, people would ask, ‘Aren’t you an Umar too?’
COVID-19 Has Undone Years of Progress for Adolescent Girls
Due to extended periods of school closures, adolescent girls have once again found themselves at the receiving of patriarchal structures. The state's role in mitigating distress for children has …
Are You Even There?
Reflections on the mishandling of the second wave of COVID-19 by political leaders in India.
COVID-19: Our Last Few Days With a Teacher Who Left us Too Soon
The struggle for basic healthcare, the loneliness of every patient’s fight, the lack of closure for those they leave behind, the fight for dignity in death – these will …
FTII Students’ Association Demands Suspension of Online Classes Due to COVID Crisis
The Pune-based institute's administration has made it clear that online classes will continue to be held for the duration they are planned.