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TO GO WITH India-education-school-health...TO GO WITH India-education-school-health-food,FEATURE by Abhaya SRIVASTAVA In this photo taken on May 19, 2015, Indian schoolgirls eat lunch organised by the non-profit Akshaya Patra Foundation, at the Chaumuha Primary School on the outskirts of Vrindavan.  Churning out 1.2 tonnes of curry in under an hour, women stirring vats in the spotlessly clean, high-tech kitchen are hoping to erase the shocking reputation of India's free school lunch scheme.    AFP PHOTO / Chandan KHANNAChandan Khanna/AFP/Getty Images

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Indian schoolgirls eat lunch organised by the non-profit Akshaya Patra Foundation, at the Chaumuha Primary School on the outskirts of Vrindavan

Construction workers take a nap in front of a wall of a construction site during their lunch break in Beijing, China. As growth in China's sagging economy looks on the verge of spilling below 7 percent, officials worried about a spike in unemployment are pulling out all the stops to avoid mass lay-offs. Picture taken on May 5, 2015

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Construction workers take a nap in front of the wall of a construction site during their lunch break in Beijing, China

Men eat lunch and relax on a stairway covered in artificial grass near St. Pancras Station in London...Men eat lunch and relax on a stairway covered in artificial grass near St. Pancras Station in London August 20 2013.  REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)

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Men relax and chat while enjoying the UK’s sunny, warm weather on steps covered in artificial grass near St. Pancras Station in London on Tuesday 

A group of Chinese workers have lunch by a road in Beijing on April 16, 2013.  Growth in China slowed to 7.7 percent in the first quarter, data showed on April 15, below forecasts and fuelling fears a recent pick-up in the world's number-two economy is faltering on weak overseas demand.

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A group of Chinese workers have lunch by a road in Beijing on April 16 2013. Growth in China slowed to 7.7 per cent in the first quarter, data showed on April 15, below forecasts and fuelling fears that a recent pick-up in the world’s second-largest economy is faltering on weak overseas demand.