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In Karnataka, revamp of medical regulations in the name of citizens is only hurting their interests
The committee’s recommendations promote interests of the private health sector and weaken public health facilities.
E Premdas Pinto
· Jun 03, 2017 · 02:30 pm
Why is Karnataka handing over a public hospital in Udupi to a UAE company for the next 60 years?
Public-private partnerships have failed to deliver healthcare in Karnataka over and again. What explains the state government's decision?
· Sep 13, 2016 · 05:45 am