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Harikumar Sivanandan
Worked at Health Services, Kerala
Attended IJHS, Tangasseri


Harikumar Sivanandan

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Welfare schemes will suffer. Decentralisation  should not be an alibi for torpedoing welfare schemes and shrugging off responsibilities
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Missing the big picture on Big Data
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Malayalam News, Top Stories Today,കൊല്ലത്ത് സി.പി.എമ്മിന്റെ മഴക്കൊയ്ത്തിന് തുടക്കം ടോപ് സ്റ്റോറീസ് ടുഡേ,Kerala latest news,Mathrubhumi
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Can paper survive the digital age?
We have long heard about the demise of paper in the digital age, but will there ever be a time when we don't use it?
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A little bit of everything...interested in anything under the sun and beyond
Medico interested in Public Health, MPH scholar at SCTIMST, Trivandrum,
  • IJHS, Tangasseri
  • Medical College, Trivandrum
  • Health Services, Kerala
    Assistant Surgeon
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Greater share in taxes not compensating budget cuts in Central schemes -...

As the National Democratic Alliance government completes a year in office, an emerging area of concern has been the fallout of cuts for cent

India flooded with unsafe fixed dose combination drugs - The Hindu

Millions of unapproved formulations and products of fixed dose combinations (FDCs) available in India in three therapeutic areas — analgesia

Repurposed antibiotic shows promise - The Hindu

By tweaking the antibiotic spectinomycin, researchers have successfully boosted its effectiveness against six drug-resistant bacteria that c

The Good, the bad and the ugly of Big Data conundrum - The Hindu

Why is the government so anxious to make the ownership of an Aadhar card, which is officially voluntary, practically mandatory? Why did the

Medicine Wars: Questions over science swirl, but AYUSH stands firm - The...

There is no credible evidence yet of the effectiveness of either homeopathic or ayurvedic medicines and treatments, a range of medical exper

The shot that saves - The Hindu

Ten-year-old Nithya* has never been vaccinated. The theory her parents — U.S.-returned working professionals — operate on is that if one eat

കുടിവെള്ളക്ഷാമം: ചെറുശുദ്ധീകരണശാലയ്ക്ക് പ്രിയമേറുന്നു - Top Stories Toda...

Malayalam News, Top Stories Today,കുടിവെള്ളക്ഷാമം: ചെറുശുദ്ധീകരണശാലയ്ക്ക് പ്രിയമേറുന്നു ടോപ് സ്റ്റോറീസ് ടുഡേ,Kerala latest news,Mathrubhumi

കൊല്ലത്ത് സി.പി.എമ്മിന്റെ മഴക്കൊയ്ത്തിന് തുടക്കം - Top Stories Today -...

Malayalam News, Top Stories Today,കൊല്ലത്ത് സി.പി.എമ്മിന്റെ മഴക്കൊയ്ത്തിന് തുടക്കം ടോപ് സ്റ്റോറീസ് ടുഡേ,Kerala latest news,Mathrubhumi

BSNL to allow unlimited free calling at night - The Hindu

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. (BSNL) on Thursday said it will introduce unlimited free calling at night from its landline phones to all landline

Section 66 A of IT Act unconstitutional, Supreme Court rules

The Section gives the police powers to arrest those who post objectionable content online and provides for a three-year jail term.

District panchayat to launch anti-rabies programme

Plans to introduce licence system for pet dogs

Time to scale-up innovations in TB diagnosis & treatment

This year’s theme for TB Day, on March 24, is ‘Reach, treat, cure everyone’

The Luddites might have been right

In the coming years, some jobs could disappear faster than others. India has to start wondering what to make of the coming technology world

‘Waste is wealth’ in Pathanamthitta

Municipality earns revenue through PPP project

Budget leaves poor in the lurch: IMA

The policy directives and provision in the Union Budget, including promotion of private health insurance, were strongly biased in favour of

7 doctors sentenced

A magisterial court in Pune has sentenced seven doctors from the city’s Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital to a one-year jail term for procedura

Secrecy and information theft

Though the new government at the Centre has done a lot to block unauthorised access to government offices, the recent incident of the loss o

Food insecurity and statistical fog

The implementation of the National Food Security Act is mired in apathy and confusion. A grave injustice is being done to millions of people