Shri J P Nadda launches GIS-enabled HMIS application, self-printing of e-CGHS Card A significant steps towards Digital India and for easy access of health services to the common man”: Shri J P Nadda

Shri J P Nadda, Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare launched two major Digital initiatives to provide easy access to health services to the public: GIS-enabled HMIS application and the self-printing of e-CGHS cards, here today. Launching these initiatives of the Health Ministry, the Union Minister stated that the

Stage set to rank 75 top cities under ‘Swachh Bharat’

The stage is set to recognise cities that have taken “Swachh Bharat” campaign seriously, with a Top 75 ranking based on feedback from 20 million citizens, among others parameters, says the chair of the institution that has conducted the exercise. Which is the cleanest Indian city? Who are the leaders? Who

Leapfrogging Urban Problems with Smart Cities

The upsurge in urban population in Indian cities will intensify societal challenges on every conceivable level. To improve the quality of life and attract investment in cities, proactive measures are now essential for government agencies. They will inevitably become increasingly dependent on (geo)ICT in order to develop and manage their

Living Near a Transit Line Might Be Good for Your Mental Health

  I’m not a doctor, but I do sit near one in The Atlantic’s New York office. So you can trust me to know that MD-in-residence James Hamblin is on to something when he writes in the magazine’s October issue about the rising appreciation among physicians for the health benefits of parks and green