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  1. Governments need to step up investments and actions, Indian Express on 09th March 2020 Link
  2. Allocation does little for public health, more for private sector, Deccan Herald on 06th March 2020 Link
  3. Are air pollution, low birth weight linked? Study on, Times of India, Jan 10, 2020 Link
  4. Obesity, diabetes during pregnancy can lead to overweight newborns: Study , Times of India, Dec 29, 2019 Link
  5. Expectant moms missing out on key test: Study, Deccan Herald, Dec 29, 2019 Link
  6. Bangalore: la Silicon Valley de l’Inde en déclin environnemental. Québec Science, Nov 27, 2019 Link
  7. Karnataka worse off than Bihar and UP in student-teacher ratio. Times of India, Aug 28, 2019 Link
  8. Let’s debate public health this election, Deccan Herald, Apr 23, 2019 Link
  9. A journey from resolution to reality, Deccan Herald, Jan 08, 2019 Link
  10. Addressing the cancer burden, Deccan Herald, Dec 17, 2018 Link
  11. Save the girl child, against all odds. Deccan Herald, Apr 19, 2018 Link
  12. Experts slam N A B H accreditation, The New Indian Express Feb 17, 2018 Link
  13. Prioritise health over disease management Deccan Herald, Jan 27,2018 Link
  14. Making paracetamol & papaya work in tandem, Bangalore Mirror, August 31, 2017 Link
  15. SOS to doctors, nurses: Karnataka needs you, Deccan Chronicle. July 05, 2017 Link
  16. Why stifle AYUSH for modern medicine? Deccan Herald, May 30,2017. Link
  17. Quality healthcare that is accessible, Deccan Herald, Feb 22,2017. Link
  18. Stress? Techies don’t mind it if pay check is fat.” NIMHANS-PUBLIC HEALTH FOUNDATION INDIA SURVEY OF 1,000+ ENGINEERS, Bangalore Mirror, Jan 21,2017. Link
  19. Attaining the SDGs: Which way India needs to gaze?, Oct 02, 2016. Link
  20. Public health: Why is now the best chance? Deccan Herald, July 04, 2016. Link
  21. Why endure with insurance? Prevent, Deccan Herald, March 23, 2016. Link
  22. Invest more to keep India heart-healthy, Deccan Herald, Dec 9, 2015. Link
  23. Who is responsible for people’s health?, Deccan Herald June 12, 2015. Link
  24. When in doubt, don’t use antibiotics, Deccan Herald July 02, 2015. Link
  25. Stress at work: A pill or a peril, Deccan Herald July 31, 2015. Link
  26. Thank you MPs, but what are you smoking?, Express Health Care, April 13, 2015. Link
  27. Only insurance will not make us healthy, Deccan Herald, Sep 12, 2015,. Link
  28. May is here, prevent dengue, Deccan Herald, May 12, 2015. Link
  29. Visiting private clinic for immunisation?, Deccan Herald, April 08, 2015,. Link
  30. Eternally neglected health system, Deccan Herald, July 17, 2015,. Link
  31. Public health needs could have been addressed better, Bangalore Mirror Bureau, Mar 19, 2016.  Link
  32. Arogyavani reaches out to 4.19 lakh in 10 months, The Hindu, April 11, 2014. Link
  33. Software professionals more prone to hypertension: study, The Hindu, April 26, 2014. Link
  34. Seasonal Change Brings Health Woes, Sends More Smokers to Hospitals. The New Indian Express. 27th January 2014. Link
  35. Garbage Increases Epidemic Deaths by 5 Times in One Year, The New Indian Express, December 27, 2013 . Link
  36. Stressed-Out Techies in Search of Relief Indulging in Risky Sex: Study,The New Indian Express, December 19, 2013 . Link
  37. Call for allocating funds to primary healthcare, The New Indian Express, Kochi. 06th January 2013. Link
  38. Andhra Pradesh records most cases of acute diarrhea. The Times of India, Oct 22, 2013. Link
  39. Farming of Catfish Thrives Despite Ban. The New Indian Express. 18th December 2013. Link
  40. India Editor’s Choice, SOS: time to reclaim the air we breathe, BMJ 2014; 348 Link
  41. Epidemiology of TB in India, Express pharma, 15 March 2013. Link 
  42. Don’t let pressure get to you. The Hindu, April 8, 2013. Link
  43. Hospital bills make patients paupers, The Bangalore Mirror, Jul 6, 2013. Link
  44. Building a healthy Karnataka, One World South Asia, Jun 21, 2013. Stressed-Out Techies in Search of Relief Indulging in Risky Sex: Study. The New Indian Express. Dec 19, 2013. Link
  45. Health for Indians—who cares about it anyway?, BMJ Group Blogs. 20 February, 2014. Link
  46. It might be Survival that determines Shopping. J Epidemiol Community Health 2011. Link
  47. Use of Social Media in Public Health: Experience with Public Health in India- A Facebook group. Blogs on Public Health Global Network Link published on Nov 17, 2011



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