Egg War: Why India’s Vegetarian Elite Are Accused Of Keeping Kids Hungry

Egg War: Why India’s Vegetarian Elite Are Accused Of Keeping Kids Hungry

By Rhitu Chatterjee

Serving eggs in free school meals could boost the protein-deficient diets of poor, lower caste Indian school kids. But in some Indian states, powerful vegetarian politicians have thwarted these plans.

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