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India ranks below Bangladesh, Iraq and North Korea in Global Hunger Index; condition 'serious'

DNA Thursday, 12 October 2017 ()
Ranked 100 among 119 developing countries and global hunger index (GHI) score of 31.4, the report states that India's hunger problem is under 'serious' condition.
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News video: India’s Hunger Problem  Is Worse Than Any Of Its Neighbours

India’s Hunger Problem Is Worse Than Any Of Its Neighbours 00:55

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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