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Languished Hopes: Tuberculosis, the State and International Assistance in Twentieth-century India
India International Centre
The discussion on Languished Hopes: Tuberculosis, the State and International Assistance in Twentieth-century India by Niels Brimnes, was held at India International Centre on 4 November 2016.
The panellists (from left to right): Dr Rajeev Ahuja, Professor Paul Greenough, Dr Niels Brimnes, author of the book, Professor Imrana Qadeer, Professor Dipankar Gupta and Ms Rema Nagarajan.
Professor Imarana Qadeer, Distinguished Professor, Council for Social Development, chairs the discussion.
Professor Paul Greenough, Former Professor of History of Modern India and Community and Behavioral Health, University of Iowa, speaks on the book.
Ms Rema Nagarajan, Senior Journalist, The Times of India, New Delhi speaks on the issue
Dr Rajeev Ahuja, Development Economist, at the launch.
Professor Dipankar Gupta, formerly with Jawaharlal Nehru University, puts forth his point.
Niels Brimnes, Associate Professor of History and South Asian Studies, Aarhus University, sums up the evening’s discussion.
Professor Rajib Dasgupta, author of Urbanising Cholera: The Social Determinants of Its Re-emergence with Orient BlackSwan, at the launch.
Professor Rama Baru in the audience.
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