Rakesh Kumar writes for the Women's Feature Service in New Delhi.

  •  January 12, 2015 
A quiet health revolution is underway in villages where debilitating malnutrition had afflicted tribal people in the Udaipur district of Rajasthan, an Indian state better known for the graceful palaces, colorful festivals and deserts crisscrossed by camels luring tourists from around the world. Nutritional deficiencies are rampant in Rajasthan. A national health survey found …

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