Articles by Damayanti Datta

Without Home, Without Roots And Without Food: New Research Shows Alarming Rates Of Acute Malnutrition Among Migrants, Refugees and The Homeless

With a photo essay by Usha Ramesh and Vivek Tripathi to celebrate The World Day of Migrants and Refugees

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What Has The World’s Third Largest River To Do With Malnutrition?

As a historian tells the story of the Ganga in a new book, we connect the dots to see where mindless destruction of nature can take us

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No Country For Children

Forty per cent Indians are between age 1 and 18. But who cares, anyway? The just-released Child Well-Being Index shows how India has failed its children

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Performance Nutrition: What's On P.V. Sindhu’s Plate?

What exactly does India’s golden girl eat to keep on top of her game?

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Rage Of A Silent, Invisible Killer Called Malnutrition - Why Shining India Is In Grip Of An Epic Calamity

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

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Malnutrition Above Politics, Children Aren’t Vote Banks: Smriti Irani

In an exclusive interview with Outlook, Smriti Irani, Union Minister for Women and Child Development, talks about the POSHAN Abhiyaan—and why she thinks it is a game-changer for India.

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M S Swaminathan: Nutrition's Living Legend

The famed geneticist, administrator and hunger-crusader says India needs a nutrition revolution now.

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Think Different: Why Mahatma Gandhi's Nutrition Habits Matter Today

Gandhi’s diet and ideas of food and health may have raised eyebrows at one time, but they certainly resonate with the most "it" diets of today

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