Shobha Shukla

Research is not a luxury but a necessity to end TB

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More than 1000 participants, including the President of Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, ministers from over 75 countries, donors, researchers, civil society representatives, and other stakeholders, had met at the first-ever "WHO Global Ministerial Conference on Ending TB in the Sustainable Development Era: A Multisectoral Response" which was held in Moscow on 16-17 November 2017, to forge stronger inter-sector

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Applied health research for making systems

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Applied health research for making systems work for all is vital to #endTB

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Fighting to death to defeat death

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Fighting to death to defeat death

Shobha Shukla, CNS (Citizen News Service)

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Can we reach the tipping point for childhood TB?

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Can we reach the tipping point for childhood TB?

Shobha Shukla, CNS (Citizen News Service)

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Promise to end AIDS by 2030

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Promise to end AIDS by 2030: Are we on track?

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Anger begets hope and drives constructive action for a better tomorrow

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Anger begets hope and drives constructive action for a better tomorrow

Shobha Shukla, CNS (Citizen News Service)

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Is global development agenda rooted in local realities?

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Global processes for development should be rooted in and informed by the grassroots movements. But is there a gap or disconnection? Can we do better to ensure that development discourses at all levels are plugged in affected communities on the frontlines?

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In harmony or in conflict with each other?

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Private public partnership and sustainable development: In harmony or in conflict with each other?

Shobha Shukla, CNS (Citizen News Service)

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Caste inequity fuels gender injustice

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It is important to recognize how gender injustices underpin the caste, class and social inequities. "I did start going to school. But as I am a Dalit (untouchable), I was made to sit away from the rest of the children. If I touched some upper caste child, even by mistake, I would be thrashed by the teachers - who were all Brahmins (upper caste). Even as a child I could feel the upper caste-Dalit divide.

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Domestic violence survivor faced challenges

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Domestic violence survivor faced challenges headlong and reclaimed her power back

Shobha Shukla, CNS (Citizen News Service)

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