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It Takes Two To Tango – The failure of Public-private partnerships

Public-private partnerships are the trend. But the jury’s out on their success Moyna TEXT SIZE : A | A | A TOOLS e-mail this story print view view only pictures story in single page share WATER FOR ALL: Vishvaraj Infra’s water treatment facility at Nagpur… Continue Reading →

#India – Chhattisgarh Diagnostics Privatisation Cancelled #goodnews #healthcare

The plan for privatisation of diagnostics services in Chhattisgarh has been cancelled. The RFP and tenders which had come in are no longer valid. This is a victory for  Jan Swasthya Abhiyan in Chattisgarh , The most heartening part of the… Continue Reading →

#India – The Land Bill is tainted by a colonial hangover

Instead of focussing on the industry, the Centre should uphold the citizens’ rights Madhuresh Kumar 4-05-2013, Issue 18More by the author > Left in the lurch The revised Bill is still vague on rehabilitation and resettlement, Photo: AP Hectic parleys with political parties… Continue Reading →

Out of shadow, PPPs at last come under RTI ambit

DoPT issues guidelines providing for suo motu disclosure of all information relating to PPPs under RTI Act   Prasanna Mohanty | New Delhi | April 17 2013, Governance Now In a dramatic turnaround, the union government has now opened up… Continue Reading →

Privatisation of radiological services opposed

Ananya Banerjee : Mumbai, Mon Mar 19 2012, The decision of the state government to privatise radiology services in 14 government medical colleges and all district hospitals in the state has not gone down well with the healthcare professionals, trade… Continue Reading →

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