In The Press

Incorrect Dosage

India’s blinkered preference for specialist doctors.

The Caravan Magazine, November 1, 2015

In Chhattisgarh, ex-AIIMS team mixes tech, medicine to cure poor

The Indian Express, November 18,2015

Two Indias exist everywhere, especially in healthcare

The Guardian, January 7, 2013

Doctors who dare to care - video

The Times of India, January, 2013

Diagnosis of a prolapse

A newspaper in Chhattisgarh recently highlighted the high number of hysterectomies being performed in the State, linking it to the roll-out of the Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojna (RSBY) insurance scheme.

The Hindu, July 16, 2012

The Pain Killers

But for them, Ganiyari may well have fallen off the healthcare map. Doctors from India’s premier medical institutions innovate to meet local needs and pockets

Hindustani Times, January 9, 2010

Jewel of a Society

A visit to a non-profit health institution in the badlands of central India

Student BMJ, November 11, 2009

Ray of Hope

In this overgrowth of dense forests lies a piece of impoverished sub-Saharan Africa, right in the heart of a gleaming, chromeencrusted nation.

India Today, June 26, 2008

The Right Prescription

Despite the thousands of crores we have spent on healthcare over the five-year plans and the amount we are putting aside for it in the 11th Five-Year Plan, a vast majority continues to suffer from illnesses and lack of proper medical care.

Hindustani Times, August 29, 2007

The Gutsy Gang

A group of 10 doctors, in their mid-30s, left the metropolitan comforts of Delhi and came to Bilaspur. What followed was a public healthcare network, Jan Swasthya Sahayog.

Outlook India, December 25, 2006

Killer Sting

The World Bank has vowed to tackle corruption and fight for transparency in the development programmes it funds. In light of this Sandhya Srinivasan takes a close look at one of its pet programmes in India.

New Internationalist, December 2006

Treating Tribals

Rajarshi Dasgupta reports on an initiative to take healthcare to rural areas

Calcutta Telegraph, June 5, 2006

Healthcare is an unequal word

“All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others”

Tehelka, 27 August 2013, Tuesday

India Real is the most fascinating country in the world

I know something about such stories. They thrill me, they give me goose pimples, and then they fill me with despair. Because they are also a commentary, says Dilip D'Souza about one such story., November 14, 2012

From Utah to India

A team of doctors, nurses and support staffers at St. Mark's Hospital is gearing up to help treat disease and save lives in some of India's poorest villages.

The Salt Lake Tribune, August 28, 2008

Healing heartland

In a small, remote Chhattisgarh village, quality medical care is within the reach of its poorest of poor. Meet the ‘village doctors’ who are making this possible.

Business line, The Hindu, 24 August 2007