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Niti Aayog is in denial about hunger in India – but the problem is worse than the statistics show
Instead of accepting that millions of Indians need better nutrition, the organisation’s economists have argued that the Global Hunger Index is flawed.
· Dec 13, 2017 · 02:30 pm
Karnataka's decision to feed malnourished children spirulina supplements is highly questionable
How can a child gain its required 4-6 kilograms weight with just two grams of a capsule, asks a nutrition expert.
· Jul 29, 2016 · 02:30 pm