All stories by Aditya Kalra
SC tells tobacco industry packs must carry bigger warningsRediff.com4 May 2016
The rules make India's health warnings on tobacco products the world's most stringent, along with Thailand
MPs, health officials spar over tobacco pack warningsRediff.com8 Jan 2016
Some questions cited concerns that larger warnings can hurt tobacco farmers and boost illicit trade.
India drafts rules to regulate Uber, other ride-hailing firmsRediff.com13 Oct 2015
Uber and Ola both welcomed the move as a step in the right direction.
Choking Delhi vows pollution tax, car-free days to improve airRediff.com6 Oct 2015
A directive this year to ban all vehicles older than 15 years has been delayed and previous city governments have often ignored court orders to address pollution woes.
India gives relief to foreign investors on MAT issueRediff.com1 Sep 2015
MAT has damaged investor confidence
Will win back trust of Indian consumers, says Nestle CEORediff.com5 Jun 2015
Nestle is confident of getting back Maggi on India shelves.
India vows to press tobacco companies for bigger health warningsRediff.com24 Apr 2015
Up to 900,000 Indians die every year of tobacco-related diseases
India's transport ministry bats for Uber, OlaRediff.com9 Apr 2015
Uber and Ola continued to operate in New Delhi while their licence applications were pending approval.
Modi govt puts brakes on India's universal health planRediff.com27 Mar 2015
The decision to slash insurance coverage will have an impact on private health sector.
Delhi govt asks IT ministry to block Uber, Ola mobile appsRediff.com25 Mar 2015
India had ordered all unregistered web-based taxi cos to halt operations
Modi likely to keep tight rein on health spending, say sourcesRediff.com26 Feb 2015
Modi's government is also working on a universal health coverage plan that would provide all citizens with free drugs and diagnostic treatment.
Uber restarts cab service in New Delhi after banRediff.com23 Jan 2015
US taxi-hailing app maker Uber Technologies Inc has restarted services in India's capital, after its three apps were banned following allegations of rape
India slashes health budget, already one of the world's lowestRediff.com23 Dec 2014
The United Nations estimates about one third of the world's 1.2 billion poorest people live in India
India set to run out of critical free drug for HIV/AIDS programmeRediff.com2 Oct 2014
The country had the third-largest number of people living with disease.
India reaches Red Planet, but at home red tape binds space firmsRediff.com29 Sep 2014
Godrej and some other firms are frustrated at what they say is the slow execution of projects and lack of government support, which are hampering India's efforts to compete with China and Russia as a cheaper option for launching satellites.
India to investigate corruption in healthcare after TV sting operationRediff.com22 Jul 2014
Hindi news channel News Nation TV showed laboratories in the national capital offering commissions as high as 50 per cent to doctors who referred patients to their diagnostic centres.
India should avoid fiscal slippageRediff.com3 Jul 2014
The comments came after Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley warned of tough measures in his first budget on July 10, saying 'mindless populism' needs to be checked as India aims to boost growth.
Twitter to take India election innovations globalRediff.com24 May 2014
Twitter is planning to replicate parts of its India election strategy across countries that go to polls this year, after it emerged as a key tool for politicians and media companies during the world's largest democratic exercise.