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India is truly the world champion in some categories.

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Output is just 4.4% down, enough to export while keeping sufficient stocks for domestic consumption.

It's only in China that you hoard 60% grains of the world and people even in the cities are dying of starvation.

Who knows if one more Great Leap Forward is in the works, not that the Chinese can complain of anything!


How Chinese subhumans scavenge for 2 meals a day! 😢👇

For your info 2% of China had been under lock down and is open now, there were food choice shortages not absence of food due to logistical issues initially for the first few days as delivery workers get tested. And don't go off topic with covid beacsue this is what happened in. INDIA.

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Surprising that a country who claims to have huge rice production imports rice from India inspite of numerous food options such as Snakes, Cockroaches, frogs, dogs, plastic rice, gutter oil etc.
Yup we leave the cow dung and corpses for Indians to eat. Apparently it cures covid as evidenced from current official Indian covid figures. Lol

Output is just 4.4% down, enough to export while keeping sufficient stocks for domestic consumption.

It's only in China that you hoard 60% grains of the world and people even in the cities are dying of starvation.

Who knows if one more Great Leap Forward is in the works, not that the Chinese can complain of anything!


How Chinese subhumans scavenge for 2 meals a day! 😢👇

Thats the funny thing, China is roughly Indian size and yet with 60% world supply storage we are still producing, so my question is how can India claim food sufficiency. Official figures show Indians starving daily and is the hunger capital fo the world.



"In the 2021 Global Hunger Index, India ranks 101st out of the 116 countries with sufficient data to calculate 2021 GHI scores. With a score of 27.5, India has a level of hunger that is serious."

Ranked as seriously hungry and yet buggers can export food. These people are delusional man
 
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Some reports say Indian population had already overtaken China's last year.
I think its maybe these 2 years. They will definitely be more than us while starving.

You forgot to mention Gutter oil.
And cow piss? Lol. Okay guys don't derail this into a food fck fest. The topic is why is India selling food when their population is seriously starving.
 

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1) Average height 4 ft 7 inches.
2) Average wright 45 KG.
3) Their ability to fight in Himalaya: start Crying on receipt of order to go to face Indian army.

Here are those Rambos.
LOl, so hilarious
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Decrease in Average Height of Adults in India Alarming: Study
Non-genetic factors like food intake, standard of living and health care play a big role in determining height.
Newsclick Report

25 Sep 2021
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The average height of adults in India is declining as against an increase in average heights worldwide. The situation is alarming, pointed out a recent study titled ‘Trends of adult height in India from 1998 to 2015: Evidence from the National Family and Health Survey’.

“In the context of an overall increase in average heights worldwide, the decline in average height of adults in India is alarming and demands an urgent enquiry. The argument for different standards of height for the Indian population as different genetic groups needs further scrutiny,” the authors of the study said. However, the trends from India clearly underline the need to examine the non-genetic factors and also to understand the interplay of genetic, nutritional and other social and environmental determinants on height, they added.

To trace the trends of height among adults in India, the authors conducted quantitative secondary data analysis to explore the variation in height. The data on height on a large scale is collected under the erstwhile National Nutritional Monitoring Bureau (NNMB) and the National Family Health Survey (NFHS).

In the 15-25 age group, the mean height of Indian women showed significant improvement between NFHS-II and NFHS-III. However, between NFHS-III and NFHS-IV, their average height declined by 0.12 cm. Between NFHS-III and IV, tribal women in the same age group showed a significant decline in their average height by 0.42 cm. The average height of women in the poorest wealth index category was observed to have suffered a significant decline.

The average height of Indian men in this age group has significantly declined by 1.10 cm between NFHS-III and IV. The decline in average height was observed across religious group, caste or tribe, residence and wealth index.

The state-wise trends of average height of men in 15-25 age group find only men from Nagaland showing significant improvement in their average height. Himachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, and Mizoram also showed improvement in the average height of men while rest of the states exhibited decline.

Height is widely accepted and recognised as one of the key measures of physical well-being and biological standard of living at the population level. In addition to genetic potential, other factors such as socio-economic condition, disease history, access to quality health services, and nutritional security have a significant bearing on human stature, according to the study.

“The role of nutrition over stature, however, has had a long and contested history among nutritionists, policymakers and health professionals. In India, the debate was recently fuelled by Dr [Arvind] Panagariya’s argument on stunting and subsequent critiques of it by various scholars. Evidently, much of this scholarship on stunting and height has focused on children,” the authors said. But “little attention has been paid to adult height, a more or less constant phenomenon having a higher potential for exploration of determinants”, they added.

The authors pointed out that genetic, environmental and social factors influence height. Although it is claimed that genetic factors determine 60%–80% of the final height, environmental and social factors contribute significantly to the realisation of that potential. The genetic potential in this case refers to an optimum level of height achievable in ideal conditions.

“An individual’s realisation of the given genetic potential is a reflection of food intake as well as availability, accessibility and effectiveness of health care services during the growing period. It is well established that the attained height of an individual is an embodiment of nutritional status and other determinants traced from womb to late adolescence,” the study stated.

Several studies in economics, health and nutrition demonstrate the relationship between gross domestic product, per capita expenditure on food, net nutritional intake, disease occurrence and stature. The authors said: “Adequate nutrition is closely linked with an individual’s achievement of his/her genetic potential of height growth. The impact of nutrition on height gain can start as early as foetal life. Malnutrition during infancy, especially stunting around puberty, significantly affects the final height gain in adulthood.”

On the other hand, “overall change in factors such as nutrition, sanitation, hygiene, transport and income have been found to positively impact height and weight gain among Indian schoolchildren. The international study of childhood poverty found the Mid Day Meal programme to have improved both stunting and underweight”.

According to the study, deficits in final height or the failure of realisation of genetic potential of a population ultimately reflect prior nutritional stress, which is conditioned by social and environmental factors over time. Socioeconomic factors, like household characteristics (number of siblings, occupation, class and locality, etc.), have a bearing on human stature. Caste is another social factor that shapes different socioeconomic determinants and consequent inequality across different aspects of life in India.

Data from NFHS-IV showed strong and significant correlation between average adult height and social category. The average height of people belonging to the Scheduled Tribe and Scheduled Caste category were found to be shorter than Other Backward Classes and others. Moreover, across all these categories, the richest in the wealth index had the highest mean height while the poorest had the lowest, clearly signalling the role of class, the study showed.

“Analysis of NFHS III data shows higher socioeconomic status to be associated with greater height and greater secular increase in height. So far as gender is concerned, over time, the average heights of both Indian males and females have improved but the improvement was higher in males compared to females.”

According to the authors, despite considerable evidence to the contrary, the role of genetic factors has often been used to downplay the role of food intake, standard of living and health care, especially in countries like India. The role of socioeconomic and environmental factors is left out of the equation.

The authors raised questions like “what is the genetic potential for height in Indian population?” Is it different for other countries or population groups? Are we achieving that genetic potential? What factors shape realisation of the given genetic potential?

The authors concluded that “the trends from India clearly underline the need for examining the non-genetic factors to understand and find solutions to these disturbing trends”.
 

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Decrease in Average Height of Adults in India Alarming: Study
Non-genetic factors like food intake, standard of living and health care play a big role in determining height.
Newsclick Report

25 Sep 2021
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The average height of adults in India is declining as against an increase in average heights worldwide. The situation is alarming, pointed out a recent study titled ‘Trends of adult height in India from 1998 to 2015: Evidence from the National Family and Health Survey’.

“In the context of an overall increase in average heights worldwide, the decline in average height of adults in India is alarming and demands an urgent enquiry. The argument for different standards of height for the Indian population as different genetic groups needs further scrutiny,” the authors of the study said. However, the trends from India clearly underline the need to examine the non-genetic factors and also to understand the interplay of genetic, nutritional and other social and environmental determinants on height, they added.

To trace the trends of height among adults in India, the authors conducted quantitative secondary data analysis to explore the variation in height. The data on height on a large scale is collected under the erstwhile National Nutritional Monitoring Bureau (NNMB) and the National Family Health Survey (NFHS).

In the 15-25 age group, the mean height of Indian women showed significant improvement between NFHS-II and NFHS-III. However, between NFHS-III and NFHS-IV, their average height declined by 0.12 cm. Between NFHS-III and IV, tribal women in the same age group showed a significant decline in their average height by 0.42 cm. The average height of women in the poorest wealth index category was observed to have suffered a significant decline.

The average height of Indian men in this age group has significantly declined by 1.10 cm between NFHS-III and IV. The decline in average height was observed across religious group, caste or tribe, residence and wealth index.

The state-wise trends of average height of men in 15-25 age group find only men from Nagaland showing significant improvement in their average height. Himachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, and Mizoram also showed improvement in the average height of men while rest of the states exhibited decline.

Height is widely accepted and recognised as one of the key measures of physical well-being and biological standard of living at the population level. In addition to genetic potential, other factors such as socio-economic condition, disease history, access to quality health services, and nutritional security have a significant bearing on human stature, according to the study.

“The role of nutrition over stature, however, has had a long and contested history among nutritionists, policymakers and health professionals. In India, the debate was recently fuelled by Dr [Arvind] Panagariya’s argument on stunting and subsequent critiques of it by various scholars. Evidently, much of this scholarship on stunting and height has focused on children,” the authors said. But “little attention has been paid to adult height, a more or less constant phenomenon having a higher potential for exploration of determinants”, they added.

The authors pointed out that genetic, environmental and social factors influence height. Although it is claimed that genetic factors determine 60%–80% of the final height, environmental and social factors contribute significantly to the realisation of that potential. The genetic potential in this case refers to an optimum level of height achievable in ideal conditions.

“An individual’s realisation of the given genetic potential is a reflection of food intake as well as availability, accessibility and effectiveness of health care services during the growing period. It is well established that the attained height of an individual is an embodiment of nutritional status and other determinants traced from womb to late adolescence,” the study stated.

Several studies in economics, health and nutrition demonstrate the relationship between gross domestic product, per capita expenditure on food, net nutritional intake, disease occurrence and stature. The authors said: “Adequate nutrition is closely linked with an individual’s achievement of his/her genetic potential of height growth. The impact of nutrition on height gain can start as early as foetal life. Malnutrition during infancy, especially stunting around puberty, significantly affects the final height gain in adulthood.”

On the other hand, “overall change in factors such as nutrition, sanitation, hygiene, transport and income have been found to positively impact height and weight gain among Indian schoolchildren. The international study of childhood poverty found the Mid Day Meal programme to have improved both stunting and underweight”.

According to the study, deficits in final height or the failure of realisation of genetic potential of a population ultimately reflect prior nutritional stress, which is conditioned by social and environmental factors over time. Socioeconomic factors, like household characteristics (number of siblings, occupation, class and locality, etc.), have a bearing on human stature. Caste is another social factor that shapes different socioeconomic determinants and consequent inequality across different aspects of life in India.

Data from NFHS-IV showed strong and significant correlation between average adult height and social category. The average height of people belonging to the Scheduled Tribe and Scheduled Caste category were found to be shorter than Other Backward Classes and others. Moreover, across all these categories, the richest in the wealth index had the highest mean height while the poorest had the lowest, clearly signalling the role of class, the study showed.

“Analysis of NFHS III data shows higher socioeconomic status to be associated with greater height and greater secular increase in height. So far as gender is concerned, over time, the average heights of both Indian males and females have improved but the improvement was higher in males compared to females.”

According to the authors, despite considerable evidence to the contrary, the role of genetic factors has often been used to downplay the role of food intake, standard of living and health care, especially in countries like India. The role of socioeconomic and environmental factors is left out of the equation.

The authors raised questions like “what is the genetic potential for height in Indian population?” Is it different for other countries or population groups? Are we achieving that genetic potential? What factors shape realisation of the given genetic potential?

The authors concluded that “the trends from India clearly underline the need for examining the non-genetic factors to understand and find solutions to these disturbing trends”.

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For your info 2% of China had been under lock down and is open now, there were food choice shortages not absence of food due to logistical issues initially for the first few days as delivery workers get tested. And don't go off topic with covid beacsue this is what happened in. INDIA.

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Yup we leave the cow dung and corpses for Indians to eat. Apparently it cures covid as evidenced from current official Indian covid figures. Lol


Thats the funny thing, China is roughly Indian size and yet with 60% world supply storage we are still producing, so my question is how can India claim food sufficiency. Official figures show Indians starving daily and is the hunger capital fo the world.



"In the 2021 Global Hunger Index, India ranks 101st out of the 116 countries with sufficient data to calculate 2021 GHI scores. With a score of 27.5, India has a level of hunger that is serious."

Ranked as seriously hungry and yet buggers can export food. These people are delusional man

Proof of pudding is in the eating

You want the world to believe Han data?


No one in their right mind would want to touch anything as filthy as the food in China!

 

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Proof of pudding is in the eating

You want the world to believe Han data?


No one in their right mind would want to touch anything as filthy as the food in China!

Only fools believe this crap, don't forget, we live in China, you are lying to people who are living here, didn't you even feel embarrassed when you lie to the wrong person?
 

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Proof of pudding is in the eating

You want the world to believe Han data?


No one in their right mind would want to touch anything as filthy as the food in China!

What's wrong with food wastage campaign? We are encouraging our people not to have lavish banquets that produce alot of food waste just like in Germany they have anti wastage laws. It is against humanity that we Chinese are consuming so much while our Indian neighbours starves. But what is even more horrendous is our neighbours exporting food while they are starving. Quoting an Indian site? Gosh you might as well say we are eating grass to survive now. I can't believe you guys can create so much excuse to justify such a fck up, now look at India banning wheat exports after bragging for months. Lololol

For antibiotics and hormones for pigs, now that's a real issue as some farmers use them same as do US farmers, it is not harmful is within the limit but might affect doping tests for athletes.

We are talking about Indian stupidity in exporting food when the populace is starving. Please don't derail the thread. Lolol
 

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Here are fully nourished macho Chinese commando on their way to scare Indian Soldiers. I have never seen such powerful soldiers in my life. Chinese is a martial race. Powerful soldiers in picture will have

1) Average height 4 ft 7 inches.
2) Average wright 45 KG.
3) Their ability to fight in Himalaya: start Crying on receipt of order to go to face Indian army.

Here are those Rambos.

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4 ft soldiers, come to China and see for yourself. 45kg is what my wife wants to be, she is 50kg now.

Guys please don't derail the thread, the discussion is about why India is starving and yet exporting food and now suddenly banning food exports.lol
 

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4 ft soldiers, come to China and see for yourself. 45kg is what my wife wants to be, she is 50kg now.

Guys please don't derail the thread, the discussion is about why India is starving and yet exporting food and now suddenly banning food exports.lol

Food export is banned but will be given to the countries in need for free. By the way have you stocked sufficient food material as guided by Xi?
 

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Food export is banned but will be given to the countries in need for free. By the way have you stocked sufficient food material as guided by Xi?
For free while your people are starving? Are you fcking kidding me? Why don't you feed your people first? Come give us some free food, that's pretty epic scale delusion there mate.

I don't stock much food, our centralised temp controlled silos are stocking up millions of tonnes in anticipation of fertilizer crunch. Our national reserves are designed to last one years worth of grain no matter what happens. It seems India's last few weeks of brag and then runs out. Lolol
 

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For free while your people are starving? Are you fcking kidding me? Why don't you feed your people first? Come give us some free food, that's pretty epic scale delusion there mate.

I don't stock much food, our centralised temp controlled silos are stocking up millions of tonnes in anticipation of fertilizer crunch. Our national reserves are designed to last one years worth of grain no matter what happens. It seems India's last few weeks of brag and then runs out. Lolol

Do you know that we recently gave 50000 ton of wheat to Afghanistan? Do you know anything about Recent IMF report which states that 99 pc of India is out of hunger poverty now? It was China which had nothing good to eat in their live and hence developed the habit of eating snakes, cocroaches, dogs, frogs, cats etc. India is a vegetarian country and has only 3% of meat consumption per capita of countries like US.

 

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Do you know that we recently gave 50000 ton of wheat to Afghanistan? Do you know anything about Recent IMF report which states that 99 pc of India is out of hunger poverty now? It was China which had nothing good to eat in their live and hence developed the habit of eating snakes, cocroaches, dogs, frogs, cats etc. India is a vegetarian country and has only 3% of meat consumption per capita of countries like US.


Many abroad living Chinese too these days turning towards vegetarianism and yoga the great gift of India to this world.....
 

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