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Swine flu: 'Too many cases. Hopefully numbers will fall soon'
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Swine flu: 'Too many cases. Hopefully numbers will fall soon'

'Unless it is a situation where a patient must be hospitalised, that patient can be very easily treated at home... Patients recover in situations where they are more comfortable.' Dr Om Shrivastav, who treats swine flu cases at Mumbai's Jaslok and Kasturba hospitals, speaks to Vaihayasi Pande Daniel/Rediff.com According to the latest figures released by the Union health ministry on February 27, the number of deaths from swine flu across the country was 965, with the number of people affected ... Rediff.com, 5 days ago
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The message of the Delhi elections

'If there is one message coming out of Delhi, it is that the country is ready for inclusive, bipartisan politics, not based on caste, community and religion, but based on issues of a modern India.' Banker-turned-AAP politician Meera Sanyal tells Vaihayasi Pande Daniel/Rediff.com how Delhi was won, and how a victory of the people could come to Mumbai. Meera Sanyal has been in Delhi campaigning for the Aam Aadmi Party for the last four months, she says, returning to Mumbai only for urgent ...
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The Leela Samson interview 'I live the life of a Hindu'

'Is the nation interested in the arts? Do political parties care about the arts? Is there a pride in budgeting for the arts? No.' 'That is the bottom line. No one really cares... Culture is always a low second priority for any minister whose main activity is another ministry of greater relevance to the nation.' Danseuse Leela Samson speaks to Vaihayasi Pande Daniel/Rediff.com on why she stepped down as chairman of the Censor Board, the difficulties in functioning as its chief and the sadly ...
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'Antibiotics are not used under prescription in India'

'Some antibiotic resistance was first detected in India. One of the reasons for this is that many antibiotics are used in India, and often these have been bought by patients and not used under prescription. This means that antibiotics are used very widely, not always to treat bacterial infections and not always at the correct dose.' 'This provides a 'breeding ground' for the development of antibiotic resistant bacteria.' Laura Piddock, who leads Britain's Antibiotic Action, tells Vaihayasi ...
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For India's first transgender mayor, it's all about 'vikas'

‘We got inspiration from Shabhnam Mausi in Madhya Pradesh’ ‘All the young girls and boys of Raigarh voted for me’ Madhu Kinnar, newly-elected mayor of Raigarh in Chhattisgarh, speaks to Vaihayasi Pande Daniel/Rediff.com. It’s a deep, gravelly voice on the other end of the telephone. ‘Is this Madhu Kinnar?’ you ask, momentarily flummoxed, hastily abandoning the Mr or Ms prefix. “Yes, it is she.” Kinnar uses the female tense, even if it is at ...
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'More attacks can be expected in Pakistan'

'What we need from the civilian and military authorities are clear strategies rather than an emotional decision to hang terrorists on death row.'   Image: A woman weeps outside the Army Public School, Peshawar, which was attacked by Taliban terrorists, December 19, 2014.Photograph: Fayaz Aziz/Reuters Zohra Yusuf has been the chairman, since 2011, of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, a non-government organisation. An activist and journalist, she was the editor of Weekend Star, in ...
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Our hearts weep for the children lost

'132 hearts snuffed out. 132 coffins. 264 bereft parents. And hundreds and hundreds of classmates traumatised for life...' Vaihayasi Pande Daniel mourns those unfinished lives, murdered on a cold morning in Peshawar. Yesterday, my younger daughter turned 15.Yesterday, 132 children died on her birthday.I didn't tell her till late last night, after her celebrations were over, about the horrific tragedy in Peshawar.Two years ago, a Delhi girl was raped and fatally maimed on her birthday. She said ...
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'They said we didn't deserve to be here. We have answered them now'

When minnows Jammu and Kashmir defeated 40-times Ranji Trophy champions Mumbai on Wednesday, it was perhaps the biggest-ever shock victory in domestic Indian cricket. Rediff.com's Vaihayasi Pande Daniel and Sonil Dedhia spent time with the J&K team after their stunning triumph to discover the inspiring story of how these fine cricketers turned adversity into advantage. Image: J&K skipper Parvez Rasool, right, with a fan at the Wankhede stadium in Mumbai.Photograph: Rajesh ...
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