• Environmental Indicators for Measuring Poverty in India
    Poverty has been a serious and long-lasting issue in India. Instead of focusing on the government structure, policy making or economic growth, environmental factors such as natural resources, should also be the used to measure poverty in India. While some scholars argue that environmental quality is
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  • Poverty in India
    Poverty in India is widespread with the nation estimated to have a third of the world's poor. According to a 2005 World Bank estimate, 42% of India falls below the international poverty line of US$ 1.25 a day (PPP, in nominal terms 21.6 a day in urban areas and 14.3 in rural areas); having reduced
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    Poverty is one of the main issues, attracting the attention of the economists. It indicates a condition in which a person fails to maintain a living standard adequate for a comfortable lifestyle. India has the world's largest number of poor people living in a single country. Out of its total popu
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  • How to Reduce Poverty of India
    Rediff.com » Business » How poverty in India can be eliminated How poverty in India can be eliminated June 29, 2007 13:06 IST Share this Ask Users Write a Comment What is the cost of eliminating poverty and hunger in India [ Images ]? That of course depends on the extent of poverty, wh
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    Poverty in India From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Percent of population living below the poverty line, over the final quarter of the 20th century. Poverty is widespread in India, with the nation estimated to have a third of the world's poor. According to a 2005
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  • Hunger and Poverty in India: Implications for Development
    Hunger and Poverty in India: Implications for Development Vinay Kumar, K. V 1. , K. B. Umesh2 and Vilas Jadhav3 Abstract Poverty and hunger are the social and the economic issues and they are the root causes of many problems in developing countries as well as in least developed countries. Milli
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    Poverty in India Poverty is widespread in India, with the nation estimated to have a third of the world's poor. According to a 2005 World Bank estimate, 41% of India falls below the international poverty having reduced from 60% in 1981. According to the criterion used by the Planning Commission o
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    Poverty is widespread in India, with the nation estimated to have a third of the world's poor. According to a 2005 World Bank estimate, 26.1% of the total Indian population falls below the international poverty line of US$ 1.25 a day (PPP, in nominal terms [pic]21.6 a day in urban areas and [pic]14.
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    overtty in Poverty In India Poverty in India is widespread with the nation estimated to have a third of the world's poor. According to a 2005 World Bank estimate, 42% of India falls below the international poverty line of US$ 1.25 a day (PPP, in nominal terms   21.6 a day in urban areas and   14.
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  • Poverty in India
    9 Multidimensional Poverty in India: District Level Estimates Aasha Kapur Mehta1 (assisted by Deepa Chatterjee and Nikhila Menon) 1. Introduction Spatial inequalities exist at all levels of disaggregation. However, the nature and extent of these inequalities vary with choice of indicator and geog
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  • Poverty in India
    Poverty is one of the major problems in India. It is the root cause of many socio-economic problems including population explosion, unemployment, and child labour and rising graph of crimes. Poverty alleviation should be the main target of the nation so as to make it a prosperous and developed count
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    Reducing Poverty, Improving Lives Backgrounder on Health Care in India April 10, 2007—Health care is one of India’s largest service industries, with combined expenditure of the public and private sectors approaching $30 billion. Growth estimates range between 8-13 percent per year with 75 pe
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  • Poverty in India
    Poverty is widespread in India, with the nation estimated to have a third of the world's poor.By World Bank estimates, 80% of India's population lives on less than 2$ a day.[1] According to a 2005 World Bank estimate, 41% of India falls below the international poverty line of US$ 1.25 a day (PPP, in
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  • How Can We Reduce Poverty in India
    EndPoverty.org enables the poor to free themselves from poverty. This mission is accomplished by: • Offering business training to low-income persons with the potential and the desire to become self-supporting; • Providing small loans to poor entrepreneurs who have viable business id
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  • Poverty Alleviation in India
    Despite the corruption involved in dispersing of funds in poverty alleviating programs, the Government, the World Bank and the U.S. are helping India eradicate poverty through dispersing funds to build the economy, battle disease and also improve infrastructure. Corruption can occur through bribes a
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  • Regime Types and Poverty Reform in India
    Regime Types and Poverty Reform in India Atul Kohli Pacific Affairs, Vol. 56, No. 4. (Winter, 1983-1984), pp. 649-672. Stable URL: http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0030-851X%28198324%2F198424%2956%3A4%3C649%3ARTAPRI%3E2.0.CO%3B2-C Pacific Affairs is currently published by Pacific Affairs, Universit
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  • Poverty and Hunger in India : a Socio Economic Analysis of Policies of Government
    “Poverty and hunger in India: A socio-economic analysis of policies of the government(s)” Meril Mathew Joy 2009/BALLB/028 IIIrd Semester ____________________________________________________________ INTRODUCTION OF POVERTY AND HUNGER “Poverty”has reduced but still remains a major con
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  • Ccl (Cash Credit Limit) for Bpl (Below Poverty Line) and Apl (Above Poverty Line) Population: an Alternative to Universal Pds (Public Distribution System) in India
    International Journal of Politics and Good Governance Volume 1, No. 1.3 Quarter III 2010 ISSN No. 0976 – 1195 CCL (CASH CREDIT LIMIT) FOR BPL (BELOW POVERTY LINE) AND APL (ABOVE POVERTY LINE) POPULATION: AN ALTERNATIVE TO UNIVERSAL PDS (PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM) IN INDIA Somesh Srivastava
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  • Famines, Poverty, Government Policy, Food Supply in Colonial India
    Topic: Famines, poverty, government policy, food supply in colonial India Introduction From 1760 till 1943 India was hit by terrible famines on a regular basis. More than 85 million Indians died in these famines which were in reality genocides done by the British Raj. Contrast this to the fact t
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  • India: the Unfortunate Correlation Between Poverty and Environmental Issues
    India: The Unfortunate Correlation Between Poverty and Environmental Issues India makes up 2.4 percent of the world’s land, while supporting an increasing 18 percent of the world population (D. Nagdeve, 2006). India is considered to be one of the major developing countries, continuously growin
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