A letter of unknown date describing the AIDS/HIV public health crisis of India. The letter written by a ‘group of Indian academics, journalists, and activists’ shows concern for the way the Indian Government is handling the treatment of those with the virus and the prevention of the spread of the disease. The letter asks the recipient to write to the Health Secretary in India, Mr. R.L.
Letter to the Indian Minister of Health and Family Welfare
Letter of unknown date addressed to India’s Minister of Health and Family Welfare, Nirman Bhavan, expressing concern about how the Indian Government is handling the AIDS/HIV public health crisis. The letter asks that the government provide more public education about preventing the disease as well as remedy the deficient sanitation standards in India’s hospitals.
The Indian-American (September 1991)
September 1991 issue of the Indian-American containing articles about the victimization of AIDS patients in India, how San Francisco Indian-Americans won minority status, the role Sonia Gandhi played in India’s oldest political party, the challenge to New Delhi in the new world order, and a nature article about hippopotami.