The principle of India’s nuclear policy is civilian, peaceful use to address developmental needs. From a military perspective, it is purely defensive.
In this series of video commentaries, I’ve been examining the challenges India is facing both internally and externally. Recently, I looked at the skills-opportunity gap and how India must focus on education to meet economic opportunities. I also looked at Indian and U.S. foreign policy.
A Brookings report using NSSO data has shown that 15 per cent of Indians now have some form of health insurance compared to 1 per cent in 2004. Also, while nearly 62 per cent in Andhra Pradesh are covered, less than 5 per cent of people in UP have health insurance.