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The Hindu Editorial
Stunted, wasted: on Global Nutrition Report 2018
The health, longevity and well-being of Indians has improved since Independence, and the high levels of economic growth over the past two-and-half-decades have made more funds available to spend on the social sector. Yet, the reality is that a third of the world’s stunted children under five — an estimated 46.6 million who have low height for age — live in India. Read More...
Bridging a divide: A cold chain connecting them to cities is essential to help India’s vegetable growers
A Nashik onion-grower who donated Rs 1,064 earned from selling his 750 kg produce to the Prime Minister’s Disaster Relief Fund underlines the distress among farmers about the disparity between farmgate and urban retail prices. Farmers are getting rock-bottom prices like just 20 paisa/kg for brinjal, Re 1 for onion, Rs 2.5 for coriander and Rs 3 for tomato though their retail prices range between Rs 20-30 per kg. Read More...
The Indian Express Editorial
Tiger in the snow
The Royal Bengal Tiger is known to live in a wide variety of habitats in the Subcontinent. Its roar can be heard in moist evergreen forests, dry and coniferous forests, mangroves, subtropical and temperate upland forests and alluvial grasslands. Now, a study by researchers of the Wildlife Institute of India has found these majestic creatures in the snow-capped regions of the Eastern Himalaya. Read More...
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