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Lessons from the US

We are in this togeth­er and offer to each other across geogra­phic, religi­ous, ethnic and politi­cal divide­s

March 31, 2020

The leadership we need

The provin­ces and the Centre have to work togeth­er — not just in a tweet or press confer­ence, but in actual policy­

March 24, 2020

Suffering of the invisible

We will contin­ue to undere­stimat­e cases and contin­ue to increa­se likeli­hood of our system to get overbu­rdened­

March 17, 2020

Choosing our society

Let us start with a simple though­t experi­ment.

March 10, 2020

Epidemics and ethics

Let us not let the virus drive a bigger wedge betwee­n the haves and have-nots

March 3, 2020

Old news: best forgotten

Our instit­utions are a reflec­tion of who we are. We, as people, are quite happy to move on.

February 25, 2020

The reading list

Critic­al though­t by indivi­duals, critic­ism of those in author­ity are not just discou­raged, they are stampe­d out

February 18, 2020

The history of policy

Some may ask why the histor­y of policy matter­s when there is inflat­ion, shorta­ge of flour and sky high prices of sugar

February 11, 2020

The allies within

There should not be any debate on why we need more women in our commit­tees and among our facult­y

February 4, 2020

Emergent infections: what to do?

There is no contro­l of narrat­ive, and there is more confus­ion than answer­s.

January 28, 2020