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#India- Clinical Trials offer no security to clinical trial participants

  Trial and error Author(s): Kundan Pandey Issue Date: 2013-4-15 Recent notifications offer no security to clinical trial participants VICTORIn the past eight years, 2,868 deaths have occurred during clinical drug trials across India. But only 89 have been attributed… Continue Reading →

#India – Ethics of immunisation services in Kerala and Tamil Nadu #healthcare

This  article is published  in BMJ  in the context of increasing immunisation resistance in Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The article trace part of the reason to special campaign approaches in vaccination. We wanted to convey the importance of understanding and recognising… Continue Reading →

Conversation flows, ideas don’t

T. M. KRISHNA, The Hindu PTIFORGETTABLE QUOTES: Economics finally decides even the basic format of discourse. Such events are thus no different from anything else that we consume. FORGETTABLE QUOTES: Economics finally decides even the basic format of discourse. Such… Continue Reading →

“You Can’t Be Neutral on a Moving Train.” #change.org #mustread

Steven Biel Director, SignOn.org, the MoveOn.org petition site Posted: 10/23/2012 6:42 pm Howard Zinn , MoveOn.Org , The Huffington Post , Advertise Change.Org , Change.Org ,Ryan Grim , Politics News   That classic quote from Howard Zinn came to mind this morning as I was thinking about the recent news about Change.org…. Continue Reading →

#Mangalore Mob attack- TV reporter’s version #VAW #Moralpolicing

The shameful news of Mangalore is very well known to you all. It is a good sign that eight assailants have been arrested in relation to this case. Along with the eight of the assailants the reporter Naveen Soorinje who… Continue Reading →

Corporate Social Responsibility and Satyamev Jayate #Aamir Khan

   Guest Post, Ipshita Samanta, writes for Kracktivism  ‘“There must be some way out of here” said the joker to the thief “There’s too much confusion”, I can’t get no relief Businessmen, they drink my wine, plowmen dig my earth… Continue Reading →

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