A guitar-playing bureaucrat’s vision has delivered cashless, paperless healthcare to 60 million poor Indians — for Rs.
30. It is the largest such system in the world, but if it is to truly enable an inclusive society, he may need to make himself redundant. Samar Halarnkar
"Give us the Afghan problem, and we'll find a solution. That's the energy we have." Tongue firmly in cheek, the exhilaration real, this was Director General of Labour Welfare and head of the Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana, Anil Swarup, at his first meeting with the Hindustan Times
at his colonial-era office in Delhi last month.