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Kulasekharam

The hands that serve are better
than the lips that pray.
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  • Ashla Rani wins Youth Icon award 2017
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  • Ashla Rani wins Youth Icon award 2017
  • Ashla Rani wins Youth Icon award 2017
  • Ashla Rani wins Youth Icon award 2017
  • Ashla Rani wins Youth Icon award 2017
  • Ashla Rani wins Youth Icon award 2017
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ICMR and end-of-life care law

You may remember that in 2016, government of India put up on its website the draft of an end of life care law. A major problem that we all identified in the draft law was the confusion over meaning of terms, particularly euthanasia being confused with withholding or withdrawing artificial life support. During the last… Read More

50 years of St. Christopher’s Hospice

Thank you David Oliviere for informing us about this historic event: “I was invited to the 50th Anniversary service in Southwark Cathedral, London, to celebrate the 50 years of the founding of St Christopher’s Hospice. 50 of us were chosen to carry a candle in the procession marking each of the 50 years and representing… Read More

News from Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh is called “Dev Bhoomi” – the land of the gods. Indeed it is an intensely  beautiful place in the foothills of the Himalayas. With the support of Tata trusts, Pallium India had worked with champions in the government medical College at Tanda to develop a palliative care service. Now, the state has taken… Read More

Deaf to the achievements of the deaf

On August 1, Times of India reported that though the Indian Deaflympics contingent won five medals at the 2017 Deaflympics held in Samsun, Turkey (July 18th to 30th), there was hardly anyone at the airport to welcome them back with cheers. Compare that with the milling crowds that welcome back a cricket team after an… Read More

August 2017

Ashla Rani wins Youth Icon award 2017 “If I had a choice, I would opt to walk again. But it is also true that my life in a wheelchair for the last few years has been more worthwhile than that of the 28 years when I could walk”, said Ashla Rani, addressing a public meeting… Read More

Ashla Rani wins Youth Icon award 2017

“If I had a choice, I would opt to walk again. But it is also true that my life in a wheelchair for the last few years has been more worthwhile than that of the 28 years when I could walk”, said Ashla Rani, addressing a public meeting at Kochi last year. That “worthwhile work”… Read More

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