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India 100th on global hunger index, trails N Korea, Bangladesh

Zee News Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
At 31.4, India's 2017 Global Hunger Index score is at the high end of the 'serious' category.
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News video: India’s Hunger Problem  Is Worse Than Any Of Its Neighbours

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Washington-based International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) has released a Global Hunger Index Report in which India lags behind even countries like North Korea and Iraq. India is the world’s second largest food producer, yet it is also home to the second highest population of...

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जय भीम - नमो बुद्धाय RT @sanjivbhatt: India Global Hunger Index 2011:67th rank 2012:66th rank 2013:63rd rank 2014:55th rank 2015:80th rank 2016:97th rank 2017:1… 7 minutes ago

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srk RT @sanjuydv: India in Global Hunger Index over the years 2011: 67th rank 2012: 66th rank 2013: 63rd rank 2014: 55th rank 2015: 80th rank 2… 32 minutes ago

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Anshul Chauhan RT @ShashiTharoor: India stood a shameful 100th among 119 countries in the Global Hunger Index (GHI). Where are our Govt's priorities? http… 53 minutes ago

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Mumbaikar RT @sanjivbhatt: India Global Hunger Index 2011:67th rank 2012:66th rank 2013:63rd rank 2014:55th rank 2015:80th rank 2016:97th rank 2017:1… 1 hour ago

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Susheel 📝 RT @sanjuydv: India in Global Hunger Index over the years 2011: 67th rank 2012: 66th rank 2013: 63rd rank 2014: 55th rank 2015: 80th rank 2… 1 hour ago

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shaqs RT @iamrijoy: India was on 55th position on Global Hunger Index till 2014 & we have reached 100th position under Modi government since 2014… 2 hours ago

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