As part of its plans to propagatethe benefits of traditional Indian form of medicine, leading Ayurvedic healthcare company Dabur India Ltd on Saturday launched 'Ayurveda Samvad', India's first Ayurvedic Medical Journal.
Irresponsible building policies and soft handling of a dire necessity like rainwater harvesting are making Delhi unliveable, writes Shailaja Chandra.
Under the National Capital Territory of Delhi Act 1993, the subjects of police, public order and land are administered centrally. Shailaja Chandra writes.
It happened four years ago. I was barely three weeks old as the first executive director of Jansankhya Sthirata Kosh-National Population Stabilisation Fund when I was challenged by the governing body to meet the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh. Shailaja Chandra, former bureaucrat writes.
In many ways, Delhi is unique. It gets to keep and spend all its local tax revenue. Unlike other metros such as Mumbai, which contribute heavily to tax realisation but end up sharing it with the rest of the state, Delhi shares it with no one, writes Shailaja Chandra.