Opinion | A fraying lifeline for India’s deprived children4 min read 24 Oct 2018, 09:40 PM IST
The ₹5 per child spent on the midday meal may be the most important public investment in many parts of the country. Despite its operational inefficiencies, it does work for about 1.2 mn children across the country
Tombstones for the young, without graves. Each a foot tall, clustered closely together. About half carved with black cobras, for the boys who died young. The other half colourful, for the girls who died young. Every phala has such a shrine. Phalas are hamlets of the Bhil in south western Rajasthan. The Bhil call these shrines wadi.
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