Locals travel as far as 15 kilometres investing their whole day to get some treatment.
We may never truly know the extent of deaths and infections in rural India, where 70 percent of our people live.
No water, no electricity and no doctors in this primary health centre in Jharkhand.
Ram Subhagram’s polio-stricken father withers in pain as he lies in the sub-health centre in Pranpur, Bihar hoping that a doctor comes to visit him soon and relieves him of the pain. But Ram knows that the wait is indefinite. While Health Ministry guidelines state that a sub-health centre is...