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Dalberg study indicates that ONORC can be improved further

A recently released study, which has been done by Dalberg in collaboration with Kantar, and with support from the Omidyar Network India, brings to light both the supply and demand-side perspectives on the 'One Nation One Ration Card' (ONORC) scheme. Titled 'Fulfilling the promise of One Nation One Ration Card: A frontline perspective from 5 Indian states', the survey for the study was conducted in five states i.e., Andhra Pradesh,...

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Opinion: Hunger in India likely to grow again -Nandini Nayak

-TelanganaToday.com India’s food subsidy programmes have the capacity to respond to increased demand. Thoughtful adjustment would reap large-scale benefits. Covid-19 lockdowns aggravated food deprivation in India. The pandemic also revealed opportunities to expand the country’s food subsidy programmes. India’s Public Distribution System (PDS) offers subsidised foodgrains to eligible households. Public pressure during Covid-19 lockdowns led to a brief expansion in the number of beneficiaries in States such as Delhi. Though temporary, the expansion...

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One nation one ration card: How many know about it -Vivek Mishra

-Down to Earth Facilities of inter-state portability for food security and selecting a fair price ration shop of one’s choice has been availed by 58% Migrant Workers Every fifth family in India is still unaware about the benefits of the portability facility provided by the ‘One Nation, One Ration Card’ (ONORC) scheme, considered to be key to the success of the public distribution system (PDS). This is according to a recent study...

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Push the policy needle forward on migrant support -Mukta Naik and Varun Aggarwal

-The Hindu Amidst the scattered experimentation now, the Centre must offer strategic policy guidance for inter-State coordination Only two years ago, in the wake of a nationwide lockdown, India was left shocked by the plight of Migrant Workers walking hundreds of kilometres, facing hunger, exhaustion and violence, to get to the safety of their home villages. The dire circumstances of the migrants tugged at our collective heartstrings. They became the focus of...

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Fire at Hyderabad godown kills 11 Migrant Workers; PM Modi announces Rs 2 lakh compensation for families -Ashish Pandey

-IndiaToday.in Eleven Migrant Workers from Bihar were burnt alive when flames engulfed a scrap godown in Hyderabad. As many as six fire engines were required to bring the fire under control. Hyderabad: Eleven workers were burnt alive when a massive fire engulfed a scrap godown in Hyderabad’s Bhoiguda area on Wednesday morning. Six fire engines were required to bring the fire under control. One person managed to survive after he broke a window...

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