UK Blood Transfusion Service Apologizes to Indian Donors
The Northern Ireland Blood Transfusion Service didn’t check passports to verify if the potential donors had been to India, considered a high-risk country for malaria.
Genital Mutilation Cases in US Make the Debate More Complex
In the first ever federal case of Female Genital Mutilation in the US, the defence lawyers argued that FGM is a religious right.
The Concept of ‘Period Leave’ Across the World
Taiwan, Indonesia and others offer ‘menstrual leave’, will India be next?
Indian Duo Starts Australia’s First Gluten-Free Restaurant
The restaurant, Delhicious, serves gluten-free Indian and modern cuisine in Melbourne.
Indian American Doctor Sued Over Misdiagnosis
Wendy Ann Noon Berner of Kansas has filed a case against Indian American pathologist Dr. Meenakshi Singh.
Uddanam Kidney Disease Draws Harvard Scientists to Andhra
Uddanam in Andhra Pradesh has been witnessing high prevalence of renal failure for almost two decades now, and the cause still eludes medical researchers.
IVF: Assisting Indians to Give Birth at 50
Controversial IVF doctor gives hope to older Indian women.
Indians Have World's Worst Lungs
Indians have the poorest lungs among 17 populations across four continents. "I was shocked to see a 30 per cent difference; this should be an eye-opener for us."
Imran on What Sets SRK, Aamir and Salman Apart
"He can read a story, he can watch a film and he will know what will work. It is uncanny how he does that, how he knows it."
Pharmaceutical Mega Brand Buyouts a Sweet Pill
It may be Doktor Mom in Russia, or Farex in India. Pharma giants are going the FMCG way, with blockbuster brands being sought after by multinational giants and even their Indian peers.