Editorial

Editorial

Editorial

Questioning Our Health Preparedness

by the editor: Siddharth Sehgal Now that we have got some respite from the second wave, there are many uncomfortable questions that our government needs to answer so that we are better prepared for the third and subsequent waves but the government is more worried about its image rather than […]

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The Dance of Death

by the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal It is difficult to watch the news these days, death and despair have become a daily routine. Thousands die every day as the infections increase at alarming rates. The problem is that with rising infections, which are grossly underreported, we cannot increase hospital beds or […]

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Death, Pandemic and Rajdharma

by the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal There are no words to describe the pain and anguish the country is going through, constantly burning funeral pyres clouding the sky day and night and patients running from pillar to post to get an oxygen cylinder, a bed in a hospital, or a lifesaving […]

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The Pandemic And the Carnage

by the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal There could be two possibilities, either all the scientists, research institutes, data, and reports did not give an accurate assessment to the central government about the pandemic or the central government didn’t pay heed to the warnings, given the current scenario where PM with all […]

Editorial

Taking Sides in Myanmar

by the Editor: Siddharth Sehgal We Indians believe a lot in savings, we store gold in bank lockers, invest in Fixed Deposits from our hard-earned money for the rainy day in the future. Relations, be it at an individual or a larger level, are built with similar objectives in mind. […]