Despite designing the world’s earliest and largest schemes on hunger and malnutrition, having surplus grains and food wastage, millions of Indians go to sleep hungry every night. It’s an invisible emergency that India must get rid of
Malnutrition is dropping spectacularly in China. A lesson for India? In the last of the three-part series from the just-published “State of Food Security And Nutrition In The World,” we take a quick look at the two South Asian giants.
When it comes to food, there is a stark difference between men and women in the same household. Women end up eating the last and the least. The much-needed nutrition revolution can come about only if India takes up women’s nutrition as an agenda