In India and other countries, the majority of living organ donors are women

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The infection, an emerging threat, has killed virtually all of its victims so far in India

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The study has a depressing name: The Million Death Study. But its latest set of data, published in the journal The Lancet on Wednesday, is anything but depressing when it comes to the topic of childhood deaths in India

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A tragedy there, and a grave concern for the rest of the world

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Young Indians are paying for complex, painful procedures despite the absence of medical oversight in the race to improve career and marriage prospects

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Outsourcing Pregnancy

April 4, 2016

A visit to India’s surrogacy clinics. Julie Bindel, a strident opponent of surrogacy, travelled to India to find out more about a practice worth an estimated £690m a year on the subcontinent

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Priyanka Pulla asks if there can ever be legitimacy in ‘quackery’

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Mosaic: The WHO wants to eliminate rabies in Asia by 2020. But how, when rabid dogs are running India ragged? Mary-Rose Abraham reports

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