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Towards Food and Nutrition Security

C Gopalan While the challenges involved in ensuring food and nutrition security relate to both the production and distribution of food, inequitable distribution rather than inadequate production is the major factor underlying India's current problem of malnutrition. The inequality cannot be corrected through exercises in tokenism and populist 'give away' programmes but only through creation of and support to income generating skills among the poor.

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