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Ethics
Opinion  /  Published 03.07.20

Covid-19: A medical and ethical challenge

The outbreak of Covid-19 has ripped open a deep-rooted ethical crisis within human society. Science seems to be clueless about a solution for this crisis. The instant success of science has trapped th...
By Nibedita P. Jena in

India  /  Published 28.03.19

EC voluntary code for social media draws flak

The Election Commission’s voluntary code of ethics drew flak at a panel discussion on “Political campaigning on social media and issues of paid news”, organised by East and South Delhi’s distr...
By Pheroze L. Vincent in New Delhi

Jharkhand  /  Published 14.12.18

Donation ethics stress at Ranchi thalassemia camp

There is a code of ethics, besides standard protocol, for blood donation that is rarely followed in the country and this is the genesis of transfusion-related diseases, an expert from Mumbai said.Mamt...
By Our Correspondent in Ranchi

India  /  Published 01.01.20

Doctors raise unequal health care alarm

India’s apex government think tank has proposed guidelines for private entities to operate existing district hospitals and build, finance and run associated medical colleges under a model that some ...
By G.S. Mudur in New Delhi

Jharkhand  /  Published 28.11.18

XLRI talk on business ethics in action

XLRI is all set to host the 27th JRD Tata Oration on Business Ethics on Thursday with an award-winning academic from the US as speaker .Professor of business ethics and strategy from Loyola University...
By Our Correspondent in Jamshedpur

India  /  Published 06.04.19

Online spend alert from ex-CECs

Two former chief election commissioners have joined over 100 concerned citizens to urge the Election Commission to monitor the online election spending of political parties and evolve mechanisms to en...
By Anita Joshua in New Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 11.03.19

A code of conduct for all

Every profession has a written or unwritten code of ethics. Schoolteachers are required to observe a rigorous code of conduct not only because they have the onerous task of shaping young minds, but al...
By Devi Kar in

Opinion  /  Published 06.12.18

Corruption in the medical devices industry

Ethics, or just scruples, are no longer part of the dictionary of those working in the medical industry. A recent investigation into the supply of medical devices in India by the International Consort...
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