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Contradictory advice from the Union Health Ministry has undone years of work on India’s national immunisation programme, say experts and healthcare activists.
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Popular home chefs across cities tell HuffPost India how they have adapted to the “new normal."
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The spring return of students in Europe, albeit brief, failed to trigger a significant increase in infections, suggesting risks can be managed.
The royal family's “opportunity to represent diversity and inclusivity is no longer there,” journalist Omid Scobie told HuffPost.
Some 6,000 people have been detained in a crackdown on those protesting an election they say was rigged to extend the rule of the country's authoritarian leader.
The blast put three hospitals out of operation and has left three others working at partial capacity in the middle of a pandemic.
The proposed legislation would allow a girl to be married once her sexual organs mature.
Cases are rising as normal life resumes. But blaming vacationers and partygoers ignores government failures and socioeconomic problems.
Locals are donning hazmat suits and trying to clean up the oil spill after the MV Wakashio struck a coral reef and ran aground.
The explosion has fueled popular outrage against the country's top political leaders and security agencies, and led to the resignation of the government on Monday.