India Sees Children Dying as $2 Billion Program Proves Defective

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Kalavati Devi cuts potatoes for lunch in the village of Paltupur,... News PhotoAsia,Child,Corruption,Crime,Developing Countries,Economy,Environment,Food,Healthy Eating,Horizontal,India,Indian Subcontinent,Indian Subcontinent Ethnicity,Lunch,Poverty,Uttar Pradesh,VillagePhotographer Collection: Bloomberg 2012 BloombergKalavati Devi cuts potatoes for lunch in the village of Paltupur, Uttar Pradesh, India, on Friday, Dec. 7, 2012. India has the highest percentage of malnourished children in the world except for East Timor, according to the 2012 annual Global Hunger Index. Photographer: Sanjit Das/Bloomberg via Getty Images