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Apr 27, 2017
13 Reasons Why season 2 might be streaming on a computer near you soonWill we see Dylan Minnette back onscreen?
Apr 19, 2017
Prince Harry speaks out on depression: Will it help break the silence around mental health?When a high profile royal celebrity like Prince Harry speaks out about the mental torment that he underwent after the sudden death of his mother Diana, Princess of Wales in 1997, that frank admission can become a potential catalyst to triggering much-needed conversations around mental illness
Apr 19, 2017
Watch: Prince William and Lady Gaga talk about mental health via FacetimeArray
Apr 13, 2017
AIB's video on how Indians perceive mental illness makes a hard-hitting point; watch it hereAIB points out how ridiculous we would sound if we spoke about an illness like typhoid the same way we speak about depression and other mental health problems
Apr 08, 2017
Mental Healthcare Bill: Despite the positive reform, a lot more needs to be done for the mentally illOn 27 March, Lok Sabha, in a unanimous decision, passed the landmark Mental Healthcare Bill, 2016, a legislation seeking to rectify our country’s apathy hitherto towards people suffering from mental afflictions.
Apr 04, 2017
24-year-old student's suicide should be a wake up call to raise the dialogue on depressionArjun Bhardwaj's, the student who committed suicide on Monday, last few posts on Facebook revealed that he was trying to reach out to people, the posts were a desperate cry for help.
Apr 04, 2017
24-year-old's suicide is a warning that the Mental Healthcare bill needs to expand its scopeMental illness in India carries with it a long history of stigma and discrimination. While this bill is a welcome step and the most revolutionary step since the most early mental health legislation in India, there is long way to go before the work in this area can be said to be over.
Mar 29, 2017
Child sexual abuse may cause girls to hit puberty early, says researchYoung girls who are exposed to childhood sexual abuse are likely to physically mature and hit puberty at rates eight to 12 months earlier than their non-abused peers,
Feb 28, 2017
Mental Health: Centre should stop passing the buck and ensure rehabilitation of patientsThe fact that there are so many cases that indicate similar circumstances in mental health institutions resulting in the violation of human rights, is a sound reason for the Centre to stop passing the buck, and begin formulating feasible guidelines for implementation.
Feb 08, 2017
Delhi's Asha Kiran Home: As crimes against mentally-challenged continue, policy and social intervention requiredThe gross human rights violations taking place in mental institutions across the country, mostly towards women patients, need immediate intervention both at social as well as a policy level