Category: Opinion

May 23, 2021

By Aires Rodrigues In recent years, almost every patient I have known who has been to Manipal Hospital at Dona Paula has faced a hell of a nightmare. Most of those patients have landed up in the morgue, with their families lumbered with massive and extremely exorbitant bills. For the family of someone already going […]

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May 22, 2021
Why PM-CARES ventilators still lying unused and locked up despite hospitals needing them

By Shakir Alam Mazumder The demand of  ICU beds has increased drastically in the second wave of Covid-19. But even the despite need of ventilators, they are either remain unused or locked up. Critical Covid-19 patients require ventilatory support. Hospitals are turning away patients not because they do not have it but due to lack […]

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May 16, 2021
The contrasting sides of ‘New India’

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May 11, 2021
A Megalomaniac and his kingdom

By Shakir Alam Mazumder “It can be said with the pride, India defeated Covid-19 under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The party hails its leadership for introducing India to the World as a proud and victorious nation in the fight against Covid-19.” These are the words of ruling party BJP in February 2021 […]

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April 26, 2021
The second wave of COVID-19 and India’s crumbling healthcare system

  By Shakir Alam Mazumder, With over three lakhs Covid positive reported on Friday, India is seeing the huge and deadlier second wave of Covid-19 which it has not expected. India has done remarkably better than the first world countries during the first wave of Coronavirus. Strict imposition of lockdown, night curfews and maintaining Covid […]

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March 8, 2021
Assam Election: Hitler and Marxist Hitler teams up

By, Prasun Goswami Assam is the Northeastern state with utmost influence of Indo-Aryan culture. The Hindutva has contaminated the caste-class privileged folks of Assam so much in the past 6 years that they have now reflected the North Indian Islam phobia and misogyny greatly. Take for example the case of a BJP affiliated guy opposing […]

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December 9, 2020
Fairly Unfair: Skin Lightening in the Modern Era

By Shinasa Shahid Skin lightening is the use or misuse of creams, potions and drugs to change a person’s natural skin color. It is sometimes known as skin bleaching or skin whitening and euphemistically as skin toning. For generations people have been told and shown the advantages of fairness for success in many social and […]

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December 7, 2020
Why are the farmers agitating?

By Deepak Pacha ( Why are the agitating farmers not ready for any compromise other than repealing the three controversial laws brought by Modi government? How are these three laws going to affect the Indian agricultural sector and the general populace? This write-up is my humble effort to explain these issues in a simple fashion. […]

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November 27, 2020
Diego Maradona will be remembered forever......

Midage Bureau “Football is over, without Maradona there’s no more football. There’s no Messi, there’s no Pele only Maradona for all of Argentina,” said a fan. In Buenos Aires they remember Diego Maradona with three days of mourning for a national hero and one of the greatest football players of all time. “The money, the […]

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October 30, 2020
A black day for Guwahati, A black day for Humanity: 30-10-2008

Midage Bureau After 12 years the BTR is formed, the ruling Government is claiming that the Bodos have got their rights, various ex militant groups have come into ceasefire agreement with the Government, Ranjan Daimary achieved bail and is now locked in the Guwahati Central Jail along with other political prisoners including KMSS leader Akhil […]

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