India's malnutrition, stunted growth problems on the rise

As India grapples with one of the world's highest malnutrition rates for children, over 1.5 million more youngsters are at risk due to rising food prices, UNICEF has warned. The high malnutrition rate has resulted in stunted growth in about half of all Indian children under the age of five, the UN children's agency said.

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