India ranked 101 in global gender gap report

India still has quite some way to go in bridging the gender gap in the areas of health, education and economics, if not politics. It has been ranked 101 among 136 countries in the The Global Gender Gap Report 2013 released recently by the World Economic Forum.

October 26, 2013 02:21 pm | Updated 02:21 pm IST

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