Startups abound, healthcare no more a distant dream
Megha.Mandavia@timesgroup.com Mumbai: A hospital run by a small, century-old Advaita Ashrama on the India-China border is surrounded by the Himalayas on three sides. It has no permanent staff and doctors though some doctors volunteer around the year spending a few weeks at a time. In case of emergency, the residents in the periphery of the village have to rush to Haridwar - about a day's journey. Not anymore.