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92. Contractor, Sana & Barai - Jaitly, Tejal. (2014). Health of Muslims in Maharashtra. Mumbai: CEHAT. [ISBN: 978-81-89042-67-7].

86. रेमस, प्रशांत. महाराष्ट्र राज्य आरोग्य विभागाची अर्थसंकल्पीय प्रक्रिया : एक ओळख, एक मागोवा. मुंबई : सेहत, ४९ पा., २०१२ [ISBN: 978-81-89042-61-5]

85. Raymus, Prashant. Mapping Budget Processes in the Public Health Sector in Maharashtra. Mumbai: CEHAT, 163 p., 2012 [ISBN: 978-81-89042-62-2]

82. Kurian, Oommen C.; Wagle, Suchitra and Raymus, Prashant. Mapping the flow of user fees in a public hospital. Mumbai: CEHAT, 82 p., 2011 [ISBN : 978-81-89042-58-5]

80. Pradhan, Anagha and Shaikh, Tayyaba. Living on the Margins: Prawn Harvesters from Little Rann of Kutch (An Exploratory Study of Health Status). Gujarat: Anandi and Mumbai: CEHAT, 114 p., 2011 [ISBN: 978-81-89042-56-1].

79. Dantas, Anandi. Mapping of Urban Health Facilities in Maharashtra. Mumbai: CEHAT, 74 p., 2011 [ISBN: 978-81-89042-55-4]

75. Barai – Jaitly, Tejal. National conference report: Emerging Health Care Models: Engaging the Private Health Sector', 25th – 26th September 2009 YMCA.. Mumbai: CEHAT, vi,42 p., 2010

67. Chaterjee, Chandrima and Sheoran, Gunjan. Vulnerable Group in India. Mumbai: CEHAT, iv,28 p., May 2007. [ISBN 81-89042-52-1]

66. Desai, Mihir and Mahabal Bali, Kamayani (eds.). Healthcare Case Law in India. Mumbai: CEHAT, vi,200 p., August 2007. [ISBN 81–89042–53-X]

65. Dutta, Indranee and Bawari, Shailly. Health and Healthcare in Assam. Mumbai: CEHAT, xviii,108 p., May 2007 [ISBN 81-89042-51-3]

64. Khanna, Akshay. The Right to Health and Sexuality. Mumbai: CEHAT, v,20 p., 2007 [ISBN: 81-89042-49-1]

63. Chatterjee, Chandrima, B. Identities in Motion: Migration and Health in India. Background Paper Series 3. Mumbai: CEHAT, viii,41 p., October 2006. [ISBN 81-89042-40-8]

60. Chaudhari, Leni. Disability, Health and Human Rights. Background Paper Series. Mumbai: CEHAT, v,44 p., 2006 [ISBN: 81-89042-48-3]

59. Mishra, Manasee. Gendered Vulnerabilities: Women's Health and Access to Healthcare in India. Background Paper Series 1. Mumbai: CEHAT, vii,56 p., July 2006. [ISBN 81-89042-45-9]

58. Rajan, Irudaya S. Population Ageing and Health in India. Background Paper Series 1. vi,37 p., July 2006 [ISBN 81-89042-44-0]

57. Vivek, Neelakantan. Tracing Human Rights in Health. Background Paper Series 4. vi,50 p., October 2006. [ISBN 81-89042-47-5]

56. Mahabal Bali, Kamayani; Rashmi and Pankaja (Comp.). Monitoring of Pre-natal Diagnosis Technique Act –1994 As Amended in 2003: Towards a National Campaign Against Sex Selection. Mumbai: CEHAT, iv,120 p., October 2005.

53. Duggal, Ravi; Dilip, T. R. and Raymus, Prashant. Health and Healthcare in Maharashtra: A Status Report. Mumbai: CEHAT, xiv, 61 p., 2005. [ISBN 81-89042-41-6]

52. Gangolli, Leena V; Duggal, Ravi and Shukla, Abhay. Review of Health Care in India. Mumbai: CEHAT, 400 p., January 2005. [ISBN 81-89042-40-8]

51. Mishra, Manasee and Raymus, Prashant. Health Facilities in Jalna: A Study of distribution, capacities and services offered in a district in Maharashtra, Report submitted to National Commission on Macro Economic and Health, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. Mumbai: CEHAT, iv,71 p., December 2005.

47. Report of the National Workshop on Right to Health Care, September 5, 2003 and National Consultation on Health Care as Human Right, September 6, 2003. Mumbai: CEHAT, ii, 21 p., January 2004

46. Right to Health Care: Moving From Idea to Reality. Mumbai: CEHAT, iv,119 p., January 2004 [ISBN 81-89042-28-9]

36. Dilip, T. R. and Duggal, Ravi. Demand for a Public Health Services in Mumbai. Mumbai: CEHAT, viii,51 p., June 2003. [ISBN 81-89042-15-7]

29. Balaji, Rajeswari and Nandraj, Sunil. Public Healthcare Facilities in Mumbai. Mumbai: CEHAT, vi,116 p., June 2002. [ISBN 81-89042-12-2]

27. Health Panorama No.3 - Health Policy Making in India. iv,151 p., January 2002

26. Health Panorama No. 4 - Private Health Sector in India. iv,110 p., April 2002

20. Nandraj, Sunil; Muraleedharan, V. R.; Baru, Rama; Quadeer, Imrana and Priya, Ritu. Private Health Sector in India: Review and Annotated Bibliography. Mumbai: CEHAT, 179 p., February 2001 [ISBN 81-89042-08-4]

6. Duggal, Ravi. The Private Health Sector in India: Nature, Trends and a Critique. 47 p., January 1996 (Revised May 2000, also published as a book by VHAI)

5. Iyer, Aditi; Jesani, Amar and Karmarkar, Santosh. Patient Satisfaction in the Context of Socio-Economic Background and Basic Hospital Facilities: A Pilot Study of Indoor Patients of the Lokmanya Tilak Municipal General Hospital, Mumbai. Mumbai: CEHAT, 57 p., October 1996

3. Nandraj, Sunil and Duggal, Ravi. Financing of Disease Control Programmes in India. Mumbai: CEHAT, 55 p., February 1996

Articles and Papers

A 315. David, S. (2013). Urban Youth in Health and Illness: A Rights Perspective. In Padma Prakash (Ed.), State of Youth in India 2012 (pp. 15-29). Mumbai, India: UN-HABITAT & IRIS-KF.

A 314. Health and Nutrition (2013). in Socio-economic and educational backwardness of muslims in Maharashtra: a report. Mumbai: Government of Maharashtra.

A 305. Bhate-Deosthali, Padma; Khatri, Ritu and Wagle, Suchitra. Poor standards of care in small, private hospitals in Maharashtra, India: Implications for public-private partnerships for maternity care. Reproductive Health Matters, 19 (37), 2011, pp. 32-41

A 304. Dantas, Anandi. Mapping of Urban Health Facilities in Maharashtra. Paper presented in Eight Conference of Indian Association for Social Sciences and Health on Health, Environment and Sustainability. Organised by Department of Population Studies and Social Work, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, February 11-13, 2011

A. 303. Dantas, Anandi. Mapping of Urban Health Facilities in Maharashtra. Paper presented in the National Seminar on Delivery of Health care for the Urban Poor-Convergence Approach. Organised by Regional Centre for Urban and Environmental Studies of All India Institute of Local Self Government (AIILSG), Mumbai and Ministry of Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation, Government of India. January 6-7, 2011

A 302. Dantas, Anandi. Mapping of Urban Health Facilities in Maharashtra. Paper presented in Seminar on Spatial Dimensions on Health Care use of GIS in Health Studies. Organised by CEHAT and Department of Geography, University of Mumbai, 24th September 2010

A 301. Dantas, Anandi. Mapping of health facilities in Aurangabad. Health Action, August 2010, 23(8), pp.34-36

A 300. Deosthali, Padma and Khatri, Ritu. Violating the law, yet thriving: study of private hospitals in Maharashtra. Medico Friend Circle Bulletin, February – March 2010, No.339, pp.1-10

A 287. Chaudhuri, Leni. Adolescent Health and Human Rights Concerns. Health Action, October 2007, 20(10), pp.32-34

A 284. Chatterjee, Chandrima and Paul, Sony. State-NGO Relationship in the Liberalised Scenario: Integral Liberation: A quarterly Review of Justice. Development and Social Change. 10(4), December 2006, pp.223-226

A 281. Mahabal, Bali Kamayani. Child Rights and law: One India One People, Vol.9, Issue 8, March 2006, Pgs. 42,44

A 280. Mahabal, Bali Kamayani. Gender Equity and Millennium Development Goals. In The Macro Economic Policies and The Millennium Development Goals by Vibhuti Patel and Manisha Karne (eds.). Mumbai: Gyan Publications, 2006

A 279. Mahabal, Bali Kamayani. Right to Mental Health and the Barriers. Express Healthcare Management, 6(24), March 2006, 26 p.

A 278. Pitre, Amita. Caring for Survivors of sexual Assault. Indian Journal of Medical Ethics. 3(3), July-September 2006, pp.90-92

A 276. Chatterjee, Chandrima B. Human Right Approach: A Paradigm Shift in Understanding Health. Express Healthcare Management, 6(11), June 16-30, 2005, pp.10-18

A 273. Chaudhari, Leni. The Gats: A Threat to Public Health, southern Initatives. Journal of Sustainable Developement, I(II), 2005, pp.89-92

A 270. Contractor, Qudsiya. Involuntary Resettlement of a slum in Mumbai: A human rights perspective. Urdhva Mula, 4(1), August 2005

A 267. Duggal, Ravi. Budget 2005-06 – Whither Public Health Agenda, Indian Journal of Community Medicine, 30(2), April-June 2005

A 266. Duggal, Ravi. Common Minimum Programme and Public Health. Paper presented at the National Consultation on Review of Common Minimum Programme of the UPA Government, May 2005

A 264. Duggal, Ravi. Financing Strategies for Universal Access to Healthcare. Paper presented at Medico Friend Circle Conference, January 2005

A 263. Duggal, Ravi. Financing the NRHM. Paper presented at the national JSA consultation on NRHM, May 2005A 262. Duggal, Ravi. Mumbai Demolitions– Drowned Under Tsunami. CEHAT, January 2005

A 260. Duggal, Ravi. The out of pocket burden of healthcare. Infochange Agenda, April 2005

A 259. Duggal, Ravi. Where is the health agenda? Express Healthcare Management, March 2005

A 256. Phadke, Anant. The rights based framework: Which way to go? Medico Friend Circle Bulletin, 308, December-January 2005, pp.8-15

A 255. Pisal, Hemlata and Bandewar, Sunita. Research with transgendered people. Indian Journal for Medical Ethics, XIII(1), January 2005, pp.22-23

A 250.Raymus, Prashant. Bridging gender gap through budgets: Union budget 2005-06. Budget Track, 3(1), July 2005. pp.18-19

A 248. Duggal, Ravi. Budget 2004: Is politics driving economics or vice versa? Express Healthcare Management,' 5(3), 16-29 February 2004, 6p.

A 247. Duggal, Ravi. Ethics, law and public action. Express Healthcare Management, 16-30 September 2004

A 246. Duggal, Ravi. Financing healthcare in India: Prospects for health insurance. Express Healthcare Management, 5(4), 1-15 March 2004, pp.10-16

A 245. Duggal, Ravi. Health and healthcare in India: Responding to the changing scenario. Paper presented at the Observer Research Foundation National Consultation, January 2004

A 244. Duggal, Ravi. Healthcare and labour in India. Background paper for Observer Research Foundation National Consultation, August 2004

A 243. Duggal, Ravi. Health financing for primary healthcare in rural India: Prospects and options. Paper presented at IRMA National conference, December 2004

A 242. Duggal, Ravi. Operationalising right to healthcare in India. ICFAI Journal of Healthcare Law, August 2004, Vol 2, No. 3, pp. 13-42

A 241. Duggal, Ravi. Pursuing the new health agenda through the new government. Express Health Care Management, 1-15 June 2004

A 240. Duggal, Ravi. The budget is a continuum of the erstwhile Government's policy. Express Healthcare Management, 1-15 August 2004

A 239. Duggal, Ravi. The political economy of abortion in India: Cost and expenditure patterns. Reproductive Health Matters, 12(24), November 2004 (Supplement) pp.130–137

A 238. Duggal, Ravi. The political economy of medical ethics. Indian Journal of Medical Ethics, I(3), July-September 2004 pp. 81-82

A 237. Duggal, Ravi. Tracing privatisation of health care in India. Express Health Care Management, 1-15 April 2004

A 236. Duggal, Ravi. Urban healthcare: Issues and challenges. Background paper for Urban Community Initiative: A Development Challenge of the Holy Family Hospital and Tata Institute of Social Sciences, July 2004

A 235. Duggal, Ravi and Dilip T. R. Unmet need for public healthcare services in Mumbai. India Asia-Pacific Population Journal, 19(2), June 2004

A 232. Mahabal, Kamayani Bali. Access to essential drugs: a human rights issue. Health Action 17(12) September 2004, pp. 35-37

A 229. Mahabal, Kamayani Bali. Dying with dignity- A human right? ICFAI Journal of Healthcare Law, 2(4), November 2004 pp.28-36

A 228. Mahabal, Kamayani Bali. Emerging from shadows. Health Action, 17(9), September 2004, pp. 4-5

A 227. Mahabal, Kamayani Bali. Enforcing the right to food in India: The impact of social activism. Economic Social Review, South Africa, 5(1), March 2004

A 225. Mahabal, Kamayani Bali. Healthy ageing and human rights. Express Healthcare Management, 5(20), 16-30 November 2004

A 223. Mahabal, Kamayani Bali. Right to health behind bars. Express Healthcare Management, 5(4), 1-15 March 2004, 14p.

A 221. Mahabal, Kamayani Bali. They have a right to live with dignity. Health Action, 17(7), July 2004.

A 220. Nidhi, Amulya and Saha, Shelley. Status of health care services in Madhya Pradesh: An overview. Humanscape, 2004.

A 219. Phadke, Anant. A healthy march against misuse of injection and saline. Health Action, April 2004, pp.22-24

A 218. Phadke, Anant. A thorough critique of depo-provera. Book review of An epidemiological review of the injectable contraceptive, depo-provera, by C. Sathyamala. In Medico Friend Circle: Forum For Woman's Health, 2000. pp. 160

A 217. Phadke, Anant. Achieving one more milestone. Health Action, August 2004, pp.33-34

A 216. Phadke, Anant. Price pangs– medicines too costly to be left to market forces. The Times of India, 1 December 2004.

A 215. Phadke, Anant. The dismantling of public health system in India: What should be our approach? Medico Friend Circle Bulletin, April-May 2004, pp.5-8

A 214. Phadke, Anant. The mirage of polio eradication. The National Medical Journal of India, 17(5), 2004, 282p.

A 213. Phadke, Anant. Thiyya andolan in Krishna Valley. Economic and Political Weekly, 39(8), 21-27 February 2004, pp.775-777

A 212. Phadke, Anant. Achieving one more milestone. Health Action, 17(8), August 2004, pp. 33-34

A 211. Pitre, Amita. Women in ayurveda. Engendering Health, April-June 2004

A 210. Pitre, Amita and Khaire, Bhagyashree. Need for a gender sensitive health care system. Health Action, 17(9), September 2004, pp.17-19

A 209. Saha, Shelley. Challenges in research in tribal communities: A response to a case study. Indian Journal of Medical Ethics, 4, October-December 2004

A 205. Dilip, T. R. Burden of paying for Hospitalization Care Services in India. Health Action, 16(3), March 2003, pp. 8-11

A 203. Duggal, Ravi. Community health plan is nothing new. Express Healthcare Management, 4(5), 16-31 March 2003, 3p.

A 202. Duggal, Ravi. Condoms in HIV control. Express Healthcare Management, 4(12), 1-15 July, 2003, 11p.

A 201. Duggal, Ravi. Declining trends in public health expenditure in Maharashtra. July 2003, 11p.

A 200. Duggal, Ravi. Do charitable hospitals deserve tax benefits?: All tax benefits should be withdrawn. Express Healthcare Management, 4(17), 16-30 September 2003, 11p.

A 199. Duggal, Ravi. Have we failed to provide health services to children? Express Healthcare Management, 4(6), 1-15 April 2003, 7p.

A 198. Duggal, Ravi. Health and healthcare in western and central India: The criticality of public finance. Paper presented at the National Seminar on New Developmental Paradigms and Challenges for Western and Central Regional States in India, GIDR, Ahmedabad. March 2003, 18p.

A 197. Duggal, Ravi. Health Services Database in the Context of National Health Accounts. Paper presented at a National Seminar, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, New Delhi, September 2003, 28p.

A 196. Duggal, Ravi. Operationalising Right to Healthcare in India. Asian Social Forum, Hyderabad, January 2003 (also presented revised version at the CSIH International Conference on Right to Health Ottawa, Canada) October 2003, 26p.

A 195. Duggal, Ravi. Privatisation of Healthcare in India. Novib Newsletter, The Hague, March 2003, 2p.

A 194. Duggal, Ravi. '''Reducing inequities in financing healthcare: From self-financing to single payer mechanisms.' Health Action,'' 16(3), March 2003, pp.4-7

A 192. Duggal, Ravi. The notifiable disease syndrome. Express Healthcare Management, 4(9), 16-31 May 2003, 6p.

A 191. Duggal, Ravi. Wither user: Charges? Express Healthcare Management, 4(15), 16-31 August 2003, 10p.

A 188. Mahabal, Kamayani Bali. Health and human rights are inextricably intertwined. 4(21), 1-15 December 2003, pp.15-17

A 187. Mahabal, Kamayani Bali. Why tar all Reasons for Euthanasia with a common brush? Express Healthcare Management, 4(20), 1-15 November 2003, 18 p.

A 184. Phadke, Anant. Hepatitis-B vaccine in national programme. Economic and Political Weekly, 37(52), 28 December to 3 January 2003, pp.5167-68

A 183. Phadke, Anant. Hep-B Vaccine: Some Issues. Economic and Political Weekly, 12-27 June 2003, 38(25), 2479 p.

A 182. Phadke, Anant. Is it wise to make hep B as part of NIP? Express Healthcare Management, 16-28 February 2003, 14p.

A 180. Phadke, Anant. Right to health care: Towards an agenda. Economic and Political Weekly, 38(41), 11-17 October 2003, pp.4308-4309

A 177. Shukla, Abhay. Healtcare: A right...and health for all. Humanscape, X(9), September 2003, pp. 20-23

A 176. Shukla, Abhay. The right to health care moving from idea to reality. Asian Social Forum, January 2003, 11 p.

A 175. Shukla, Abhay and Phadke, Anant. Maharashtra's health budget. Economic and Political Weekly, 22-28 February 2003, 38(8), pp.670

A 169. Duggal, Ravi. Fiscal Reforms Under a New Health Policy. Presented at the 29th Annual Conference of the Global Health Council 28-31 May 2002, Washington Dc, USA, May 2002, 20 p.

A 168. Duggal, Ravi. Health Planning In India. India Health: A Reference Document, Kottayam, April 2002, pp. 43-56

A 167. Duggal, Ravi. Resource Generation Without Planned Allocation, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 37(1), January 5-11, 2002, pp. 16-19

A 166. Duggal, Ravi and Dilip, T. R. Urban Poor and Unmet Need for Public Health Services in Mumbai, Paper presented at the Urban Symposia, World Bank, Washington DC, December, 2002, 23 p.

A 165. Kale, Ashok and Phadke, Anant. Selective Versus Universal Hepatitis B Vaccination in India, Paediatrics Today, Vol. 5(4), July 2002, pp. 199-207

A 164. Khot, Anagha and Menon, Sumita. Monitoring Right to Health in India, Paper presented at the Annual meet of the International Federation of Health and Human Right organisation, Netherlands, May 27, 2002, 12 p.

A 162. Nidhi, Amulya. Health Care Services: A Far Cry?, Health Action, Vol.15(7), July 2002, pp. 35-36

A 161. Phadke, Anant. Aajara Struggle, Mumbai:CEHAT, January 2002, 4 p. (Accepted for publishing in Health Action)

A 160. Phadke, Anant. Building Pressure from Below, Health Action, Vol. 15(7), July 2002, pp. 28-30

A 158. Phadke, Anant. Dams And Development, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 37(11), March 16-22, 2002, pp. 1016

A 156. Saha, Shelley and Ravindran, T. K. Sundari. Gender Gaps in Research on Health Services in India, Journal of Health Management, Vol.4(2), 2002, pp. 185-214

A 155. Shukla, Abhay. Creating a Consensus on the Right to Health Care, Paper presented at National Meeting on Right to Health Care, Mumbai, February 14, 2002, 6 p.

A 154. A., Asharaf. Voluntarism and Elder Care, Social Welfare, October 2001, pp. 17-18 con.. pp. 23-24

A 149. Dilip, T. R. The Burden of III Health Among Elderly in Kerala, Research and Development Journal, Vol. 7(2), February-May 2001, pp. 7-15

A 148. Duggal, Ravi. Health Policy in India, Health Action, October 2001, 8 p.

 147. Duggal, Ravi. Health Policy in India- A Historical Review, Paper Prepared for ICRIER/WHO Commission on Macroeconomics and Health, April 2001, 57 p. 

A 146. Duggal, Ravi. Missing Girls: Political Economy of Sex-Determination, Presented on World Population Day at the Institute of Population Sciences, July 2001, 7 p.

A. 145. Duggal, Ravi. Utilisation of Health Care Services in India, Presented at the National Consultation on Health Security in India organised by IHD and UNDP, July 2001, 14 p.

A 144. Duggal, Ravi and Dilip, T. R. Health And Nutrition In Maharashtra in Human Development Report - 2002, published by Government of Maharashtra, October 2001, 54 p.

A 143. Duggal, Ravi; Kamath, Rajashree and Dilip, T. R. Health Systems Profile in Maharashtra, a monograph prepared for ICRIER/WHO Commission on Macroeconomics and Health, June 2001, 4 p.

A 142. Duggal, Ravi; Menon, Sumita and Bandewar, Sunita. Less Trouble for the Little Ones, The Telegraph, May 2001 1 p.

A 140. Menon, Sumita and Contractor, Qudsiya. Dalits and Health, Paper presented at The World Conference against Racism and Zenophophobia and related discrimination, South Africa, Derban, August 2001, 6 p.

A 139. Nandraj, Sunil; Khot, Anagha; Menon, Sumita; and Brugha, Ruairi. A Stakeholder approach towards Hospital Accreditation in India, Health Policy and planning: A Journal on Health in Development, Vol. 16(2), December 2001, pp. 70-79

A 138. Nidhi, Amulya. Cast-Class Dynamics in Relief Work, MFC Bulletin, No. 284-285, May-June 2001, 10 pp.

A 136. Pitre, Amita. Waking up the System, Humanscape, Vol. VIII(IX), October 2001, pp. 8-10

A 134. Shukla, Abhay. Notes on the Politics of Health Care in M.P.: Towards a Critical Analysis of the Situation of Health and Health Care, Paper presented at the meeting of Jan Swasthya Abhiyan and Jan Sanghars Morcha, Betul, January 3-4, 2001, 14 p.

A 127. Baru, Rama and Jesani, Amar. The Role of the World Bank in International Health: Renewed Commitment and Partnership, Social Science and Medicine, Vol. 50, 2000, pp. 183-184

A 124. Duggal, Ravi. Private Health Sector in India: A Critical Review, Paper for PHA Booklet No. 5, May 2000

A 123. Duggal, Ravi. Reforming Health Policy for Universal Health Care, MFC Bulletin, No. 278-279, November-December 2000, pp. 10-18

A 122. Duggal, Ravi. Save Public Health Campaign, Paper for the Campaign, July 2000, 5 p.

A 121. Duggal, Ravi. Where are we Today?, Seminar, No. 489, May 2000, pp. 15-19

A 119. Madhiwalla, Neha. Understanding the Gender and Household Dimensions of Health in the Context of Economic Change, March 2000, 10 p.

A 117. Nadkarni, Avadhut. Globalisation, Economic Reforms and the Indian Economy: An Overview, March 2000, 29 p.

A 115. Nidhi, Amulya and Saha, Shelley. Status of Health Care Services in Madhya Pradesh: An Overview 2000, 5 p. (Accepted for publication in Health for the Millions, 2003)

A 107. D'Souza, Lalitha; Emmel, Nick and Nidhi, Amulya. Malaria in a Tribal Village in Madhya Pradesh: The Government's Response to an Epidemic, CEHAT, January 1999, 13 p.

A 106. Duggal, Ravi. Private Sector's Clout, Health Action, Vol. 12(9), September 1999, pp. 44-45

A 105. Emmel, N. D. and D'Souza, Lalitha. Health Effects of Forced Evictions in the Slums of Mumbai, The Lancet, Vol. 354(9184), September 1999, 118 p.

A 88. Human Rights Violence and Health, CEHAT's Work on Human Rights and Health Care 1991-98, October 1998, 18 p.

A 86. Duggal, Ravi. Health Care and New Economic Policies: The Further Consolidation of the Private Sector in India, Paper Presented at the National Seminar on the Rights to Development, University of Mumbai, December 10-11, 1998, 13 p.

A 85. Duggal, Ravi. Health Care as Human Right, Radical Journal of Health, Vol. III(3) (New Series), July-September 1998, pp. 141-142.

A 84. Duggal, Ravi. [India's Socio-Economic Database: A Review and a Critique->http://www.cehat.org/go/uploads/Publications/a84.pdf]], A Resource Document Prepared for Lead India, New Delhi, March 1998, 13 p.

A 83. Duggal, Ravi. Making a Health Services Database: A Discussion Note, A Review and Feasibility Report of the ICSSR Data Archives Committee, New Delhi, April 1998, 6 p.

A 79. Jesani, Amar. From Philanthropy to Human Right: A Perspective for Activism in the Field of Health Care, Indian Journal of Social Work, Vol. 59(1), (Special Issue Towards People-Centred Development – Part 2), January 1998, pp. 291-320

A 74. Kale, Ashok and Phadke, Anant. The case of intra-dermal route hepatitis-B vaccination, 3 p.

A 72. Mistry, Mani. Health rights of the urban poor, Paper Presented at the Medico Friend Circle Annual Meet on Resurgence of Infectious Diseases and the Indian Society, Wardha, January 1-3, 1998, 7 p.

A 71. Mistry, Mani. Towards relevant and accessible public health services, Paper Presented at Forum For Health Promotion, Workshop on Structure of the Existing Health Care Service Situation in Mumbai City, Mumbai, June 23-24, 1998, 7 p.

A 70. Nandraj, Sunil. Epidemic diseases: Whose baby it is?, ''Background paper for the Medico Friend Circle annual meet on Resurgence of Epide mic Diseases, Wardha, Maharashtra,'' January 1-3, 1998, 3 p.

A 68. Duggal, Ravi. Health Care Budgets in a Changing Political Economy, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 32, Nos.20-21, May 17-24, 1997,Pgs. 1197-1200

A 66. Jesani, Amar. A need for accountability: What is needed today is not privatisation of health services but their accessibility to all without any financial barriers, Humanscape, Vol. IV(XII), December 1997, pp. 19-20

A 61. Duggal, Ravi. A note on health care and financing Strategies for the Ninth Five Year Plan, Sub-group on Health Financing Strategies, (Planning Commission, New Delhi, April 1996), 10 p.

A 59. Duggal, Ravi and Nandraj, Sunil. National disease control programmes: Recent trends in financing, Radical Journal of Health, Vol. II(1), (New Series), January-March 1996, pp. 86-91

A 52. Duggal, Ravi. Health care utilisation in India, Health for the Millions, Vol. 2(1), Feb 1994, pp. 10-12

A 51. Duggal, Ravi. Health expenditure patterns in selected major states. Radical Journal of Health, I(1), January 1995, pp. 37-48

A 50. Duggal, Ravi. Health sector financing in context of women's health. Paper Presented at the National Seminar on Gender, Health and Reprodution, ISST, New Delhi, November 1995 and As ISST Occassional Paper No. 4/96, New Delhi, November 1995, 15 p.

A 49. Duggal, Ravi. Our health costs little. In our lives, our health, New Delhi, Coordination Unit, World Conference on Women, Beijing, Edited by Malini Karkal, August 1995, pp. 54-59

A 48. Duggal, Ravi. Public health budgets: Recent trends. Radical Journal of Health, I(3), (New Series), July-September 1995, pp. 177-182

A 47. Duggal, Ravi. Underdevelopment of conservation and conservation of underdevelopment. Paper Presented at the International Symposium on 'What if the Indigenous People Reject Our Conceptions of Environment, Berne, October 1995, 8 p.

A 46. Duggal, Ravi; Nandraj, Sunil and Vadair, Asha. 'Health expenditure across states- Part I. Economic & Political Weekly,'' XXX(15), 15 April 1995, pp. 834-844

A 45. Duggal, Ravi; Nandraj, Sunil and Vadair, Asha. Health expenditure across states- Part II. Economic & Political Weekly, XXX(16), 22 April 1995, pp. 901-908

A 37. Nandraj, Sunil. Beef up the health budget. The Metropolis (Anniversary Special), 4-5 February 1995, 1 p.

A 34. Sinha, Roopashri. Note for research project on health of child labourers in India. Mumbai: CEHAT December 1995, 6 p.

A 33. Duggal, Ravi. For a new health policy: A discussion paper. Paper Presented at the Study Circle Organised by the MFC/FMES/ACASH, Mumbai, August 1994, 13 p.

A 32. Duggal, Ravi. People's economy: context and issues from India. Paper Presented at Seminar on Market Economy for the Poor, Berne, Switzerland, May 1994, 14 p.

A 31. Duggal, Ravi. Population and family planning policy: A critique and a perspective. Paper Presented at International Conference on Population and Development, Cairo, September 1999, 6 p.

A 30. Duggal, Ravi. Population meet: Poor impact of NGOs. Economic and Political Weekly, 29(38), 17 September 1994, pp. 2457-2458

A 29. Duggal, Ravi. The great divide. Humanscape, October 1994, pp. 14-15

A 28. Duggal, Ravi. The number game. Humanscape, November 1994, pp. 20-22

A 27. Duggal, Ravi and Nandraj, Sunil. Health finance of the Brihan-Mumbai Municipal Corporation. Background paper for Medico Friend Circle, Mumbai Group's workshop on improving public hospitals in Mumbai, May 1994, pp. 37-44

A 20. Duggal, Ravi. Health humanpower in India. Paper Prepared as National Consultant on WHO Project, for the Ministry of Health, New Delhi, August 1993, 20 p.

A 19. Duggal, Ravi. The impact of NIP-NEP on labour. Paper Presented at Seminar on impact of new industrial policy on labour, MILS/AILS/MKI, Mumbai, January 1993, 5 p.

A 17. George, Alex and Nandraj, Sunil. State of health care in Maharashtra: A comparative analysis. Economic and Political Weekly, XXVIII(32-33), 7-14 August 1993, pp. 1672-1677, 1680-1683

A 10. Duggal, Ravi. Cost and concern in primary health care. Health Action, 5(8), August 1992, 11 p.

A 9. Duggal, Ravi. Regional disparities in health care development: A comparative analysis of Maharashtra and other states. Paper Presented at the National Workshop on Health and Development in India, NCAER/Harvard University, Delhi, January 1992, 20 p.

A 8. Duggal, Ravi. Resurrecting Bhore: Re-emphasizing a universal health care system. MFC Bulletin, No. 188-189, November-December 1992, pp. 1-6

A 7. Duggal, Ravi. Trends in family planning policy and programs. Paper Presented at Seminar on Trends and Perspectives for FP in the Nineties, Mumbai Union of Journalists, August 1992, 15 p.

A 6. Jesani, Amar. Consumers and the medical community. Christian Medical Journal of India, 1992, pp. 5-7

A 4. Duggal, Ravi. Ending the under financing of primary health care. MFC Bulletin, No. 177-178, November-December 1991, pp. 7-9

A 3. Duggal, Ravi. Private health expenditure. MFC Bulletin, No. 173-174, July-August 1991, pp. 14-16