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  • poor urban children of india

    Poor, urban children of India

    India | July 27, 2015 11:23 IST

    Child labour in India's urban areas increased 53% over the decade between 2001 and 2011. In the age group five-to-nine years, the number of girls put to work increased 240%, boys 154%.Urban India has 0.2

  • shut out india s poor urban children

    Shut out: India's poor, urban children

    India | July 25, 2015 11:18 IST

    A child from a poor, urban family is 40% more likely to die than a richer child in India's towns and cities.Children below 10 in urban areas—especially girls—are 20% more likely to be sick than

  • rural india healthier than urban india

    Rural India healthier than urban India

    India | July 19, 2015 20:16 IST

    • As much as 86% of the rural population and 82% of the urban population is without health-expenditure support.• The average medical expenditure for treating one ailment without being admitted to hospital was Rs 509

  • rural india healthier than urban india

    Rural India healthier than urban India

    India | July 17, 2015 13:03 IST

    As much as 86% of the rural population and 82% of the urban population is without health-expenditure support. The average medical expenditure for treating one ailment without being admitted to hospital was Rs 509 in rural

  • sanitation is first challenge for urban india president

    Sanitation is first challenge for urban India: President Mukherjee

    India | October 10, 2014 7:43 IST

    Hyderabad: Emphasising that sanitation remain the first challenge for urban administration, President Pranab Mukherjee said clean environment is the ‘right of every citizen' and it should be treated as a ‘non-negotiable requirement'.Speaking at the valedictory

  • urban indians face greater heart disease risk

    Urban Indians face greater heart disease risk

    India | September 23, 2012 14:26 IST

    Bangalore, Sep 23: A sedentary lifestyle, lack of exercise and poor eating habits are making millions of urban Indians face a high risk of heart disease, a study by a Mumbai-based consumer products major has