As the current ranking categorizes India under a serious category, experts have been blaming poor implementation processes, abrupt approach in tackling malnutrition, lack of effective monitoring, and poor performance of the large states that are behind the low ranking.
As per UN released ‘The Levels & Trends in Child Mortality’ Report 2020 the number of global under-five deaths dropped to its lower point on record in 2019 down to 5.2 million from 12.5 million in 1990.
Delhi Serosurvey Results are out and reveal that around 29% people of Delhi have developed antibodies against the novel Coronavirus after getting exposed to COVID-19. Know here highlights of the serological survey.
The improvement in India’s ranking in the Global Real Estate Transparency Index is because of the progress in the country’s Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) framework which attracted greater interest from the institutional sector.
‘World Press Freedom Index 2020’ stated as there were no murders of journalists in India in 2019 as compared to 6 in 2018, it showed that the security system in India seemed to have improved.