New Delhi: Bemused by the Centre’s deadpan statement that there are no starvation deaths in the country, the Supreme Court asked whether the government seriously believed that the apex court would accept such a stand when statistics and data, both from domestic and foreign surveys till recently, indicated much to the contrary.
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