Minakshi Chakraborty
One aspect of areas with high concentration of poverty is the sparseness of physical and social infrastructure in terms of road connectivity, educational institutions and hospital services. Photo: Ramesh Pathania/Mint<br />

Spatial poverty across India

3 min read . 20 Apr 2015
Poor infrastructure in terms of road connectivity and fewer educational institutions or hospitals are common features of high-poverty zones in all districts in the state. Photo: Indranil Bhoumik/Mint<br />

Spatial poverty in West Bengal

3 min read . 23 Mar 2015
Photo: PTI<br />

Spatial poverty in Jammu and Kashmir

3 min read . 24 Feb 2015
In recent years, Punjab’s economy has seen a slowdown, mainly due to stagnation in agricultural productivity. Photo: Bloomberg<br />

Poverty grid: Punjab

3 min read . 19 Jan 2015
Around 50% of the population in Mumbai lives in slums. Photo: Mint<br />

Spatial poverty in Maharashtra

3 min read . 05 Jan 2015
As per the statistics released by the Planning Commission, Sikkim recorded the steepest decline in poverty ratio from 30.9% in 2004-05 to 8.2% in 2011-12. <br />

Spatial poverty in Sikkim

3 min read . 04 Jan 2015
Photo: Ramesh Pathania/Mint<br />

Spatial poverty in Karnataka

3 min read . 03 Nov 2014
Frequent floods and soil erosion in and around the Brahmaputra and Barak valley have repeatedly pushed families into severe poverty. Photo: Reuters<br />

Spatial poverty in Assam

3 min read . 20 Oct 2014
For many generations, the poor have been settling in and around mining and basic industry centres in Jharkhand in search of better livelihoods. Photo: Bloomberg<br />

Spatial poverty in Jharkhand

3 min read . 06 Oct 2014
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