All stories by Geetika Srivastava
Masks are a must even after vaccine!Rediff.com16 Jan 2021
'Until the case load starts dropping, we will have to keep up the current level of prevention activities.'
Adverse effect of Covid-19 vaccine: What the law saysRediff.com15 Jan 2021
Laws governing compensation in case of adverse side effects for Covaxin and Covishield may differ in accordance with the kind of approvals given, say legal experts.
Is Facebook answerable to Delhi?Rediff.com9 Oct 2020
'Under Section 79 of the IT Act, Facebook is mandated to exercise care. Once you have a duty, you do not have the right to silence; you need to show compliance.'
Online classes: How students are being left behindRediff.com1 Jul 2020
Millions of Indian children lack access to online education as they do not have smartphones, computers or an Internet connection.
Why govt has failed to check the spread of coronavirus in IndiaRediff.com23 Mar 2020
An overarching law governing public healthcare is a glaring gap in India's fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. In India it is left to individuals to quarantine themselves voluntarily. Moreover, the 123-year old The Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897, governs healthcare emergencies in India.
Aarey row: What makes a forest?Rediff.com10 Oct 2019
India has long struggled to find a suitable definition; activists hope that this case changes norms, reports Geetika Srivastava.