India’s sexpert no substitute for education | Sarika Bansal

India’s sexpert no substitute for education | Sarika Bansal
The rejection of sex education by parliament has left Indians relying on a newspaper column for advice on basic biology Can oral sex lead to pregnancy? Will daily masturbation make me go bald? If my elbow brushes against a woman’s breasts on a bus, will I be at risk from HIV? These are not questions being asked by innocent pre-teens in a middle-school playground. Rather, they are being posed …
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Azad cautions new MCI Board of Governors about touts in medical education
Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad has cautioned the new Board of Governors of the Medical Council of India (MCI) headed by renowned medical expert Dr SK Sarin about the touts in the field of medical education who are being used by the managements of some interested institutions to get clearances for their colleges by illegal means.
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Obama has gone further than Bush on India
‘Even India’s best friend, George W Bush, did not have the kind of vocabulary that Obama had. If his protestations come true in November and Dr Singh reciprocates, India-US relations will climb unprecedented heights,’ says T P Sreenivasan.

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