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Modi's health agenda fit to walk not run

  • Written by The Conversation
imageThe huge task of cleaning up India will significantly contribute to improving public health.Piyal Adhilary/EPA/AAP

The election and victory of the BJP and its allies with Narendra Modi at the helm brought new hope to many segments of Indian society, including the health sector.

Health workers welcomed the appointment of a health professional –...

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