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28th August - Mains Answer writing 1 (in Hindi)
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Subhodeep Das
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  1. Pricing of medicines in the face of rising healthcare costs, has been an persistent issue of concern for the Indian government. Critically examine (250 words) UBHODEEP

  2. Seldom cases of people not able to afford their medical expenses and out of pocket expenditure are a huge cause of concern for a developing country like india PROBLEMS 1.Inability of Government bringing more medicines under National list of essential medicines 2.The efficacy of DPCO 2013 as prices have been arbitrarily fixed by NPPA without looking at larger bracket of marginalized sections of society and their inability to spend. 3.Expansion of Generic medicines through Jan Aushadhi kendras have been feeble 4. Cartelization of few pharmaceutical companies resulting into higlh prices of medicines S. UBHODEEP

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  4. 5.Regressive policies by Pharmaceutical companies to cut down supply in the run up to nullify bargains offered by government. 6.Archaic procurement systems and Ill supply management leading to irregular supply of medicines 7.No standards of enforcement leading to a large numbers of counterfeit medicines in the market disrupts both choice making and health cost 8.Common perception that generic medicines are not as effective as the branded ones is vastly misguiding UBHODEEP

  5. SOLUTIONS 1.Timely Updation of essential medicines keeping the need and diseases in the mind 2.A stronger oversight mechanism in order to regulate the cost of medicines as well as the pharmaceutical markets in order to avoid cartelization 3.Government focus has been on demand side but we need to push harder on SUpply side 4.Awareness about generic medicines and scaling up of Jan Aushadi kendras in every district 5.Boost infrastructural bottlenecks from procurement to last mile availability S. UBHODEEP

  6. A balanced proposal and regulations is the need of the present time as India focusses on higher goal in Health sector SDG goals. Proper Ayushman bharat scheme implementation. UBHODEEP

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  9. The absence of legislation for curbing the practice or paid news requires urgent attention. Analyze. (250 words) UBHODEEP

  10. Media considered the 4th pillar of Democracy-trust among innocent public. News or analysis appearing in any media for cash or kind serious repurcussions - directing the belief and ideology of people in a particular direction. - suppresses criticism and misleads the voters - unrest in society - communal feelings. promotion - media house and political nexus. Roadblock - rise of honest and dedicated politician into Political arena. UBHODEEP

  11. Challenges-dealing with fake news Media independence. Need: Amendment in RPA,1951 Political parties expenditure -public. Greater coordination - Press council of India and ECI to curb paid news Proactive intervention by civil society organizations to curb paid news via judicial path Thus a strong and deterrent legislation against paid news will serve the dual purpose of cleaning the elections along with establishment of a responsible media UBHODEEP