As the issue of ‘triple talaq’ rages over the uniform civil code, Teena Thacker spoke to Asma Zehra, working committee member of the All-India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB), to understand why has it become a political flashpoint.
An estimated 10.4 million new TB cases were recorded worldwide in 2015, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Thursday.
To speed up detection and improve treatment of multidrug resistant (MDR) Tuberculosis (TB), a shortened drug regimen offer new hopes in turning the tide on drug resistant TB.
While women are more prone to suffer from depression, neurotic, phobic anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorders, increasing number of men are detected with severe mental disorders like schizophrenia
Over 13 per cent of India’s adult population (18 years and above) is suffering from mental health disorders ranging from common ailments like depression and anxiety to severe illnesses that includes s
The draft on National Health Policy, 2015, which proposed making health a fundamental right, is likely to get through soon.
Yet another report on India's health care system has pointed out country's abysmal performance on various health indicators, despite the country's economic growth.
Around two years after the government came out with the first draft on the National Health Policy 2015, proposing health as a “fundamental right,” the projected policy is likely to see the light of da
With a draft law seeking to protect the interests of persons with HIV and AIDS getting approved by the Cabinet on Wednesday, bias against AIDS patients will land the offenders in jail.
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan on Friday said that art and terrorism should not be mixed and that he personally likes to have a situation of peace and harmony.