1. Green Power and Freedom from Hunger
  2. Nutritional considerations in agricultural and rural development
  3. Towards An Evergreen Revolution In Agriculture
  4. Ensuring Access to Balanced Diets and Safe Drinking Water
  5. Enhancing the bioavailability of natural and synthetic
  6. Achieving the goal of food security and nutrition for all
  7. Child Health and nutrition- a pardox in kerala
  8. Pulses And Legumes Lower Blood Chlosetrol
  9. Seasonal Changes in Rural Dietaries
  10. Carbohydrates in Diabetic Diet
  11. Undernutrition among Adult Indian Males
  12. Urban Nutrition in India
  13. Urban Nutrition in India – II
  14. Central Issues in Nutrition Policy and Programmes
  15. Health Consequences of Childhood Obesity
  16. Nutrition In High Altitudes
  17. Control of anaemia by fortification of common salt with iron
  18. Dietary Fibre in Indian Diets and Its Nutritional Significance
  19. Prevention and Control of Anaemia in India- Theory and Practice
  20. Use of ß-Carotene Rich Foods for Combating Vitamin A Deficiency
  21. Bioactive Phytochemicals In Indian Foods
  22. Palm Oil Antioxidants
  23. Bioavailability Of ß-Carotene from Plant Foods
  24. Nutritive Value Of Rice Bran
  25. Pulses And Legumes As Functional Foods
  26. Nutrient Requirement and Safe Dietary Intake for Indians
  27. Role Of Dietary Fat In Meeting Energy Needs On Predominantly Cereal-based Diets
  28. Bioavailability of Dietary Iron and Iron Deficiency Anaemia
  29. Nutrition in the developing world
  30. Nutrition in Relation to Health for All by the Year 2000
  31. Expansion of Integrated Child Development Services
  32. ICDS – Seventh Plan and Beyond
  33. Malnutrition and Mortality
  34. The Challenge of Global Malnutrition and the Response of International Agencies
  35. Increasing Agricultural Productivity Through Improved Photosynthesis
  36. Clonal Propagation in Vitro from Coconut Leaves
  37. Protein and Energy Requirements -Insights from Long-term Studies
  38. Human Milk and Childhood Diarrhoea
  39. Breast-Feeding Beyond the “Codes”
  40. Nutrition Programmes in Rural Communities A Nepal Experience
  41. Use of Biothechnology for increasing Food Production- Challenge and Opportunities
  42. Mobile Creches
  43. lodised Oil Injections in Goitre Prophylaxis Possible Impact on the Newborn
  44. Prevention and Control of Goitre-Demerits of Iodised Oil Injections
  45. Epidemiology and Control of Fluorosis in India
  46. Dangerous Misinformation
  47. Defluoridation Of Drinking Water- Merits Of Alternative Technologies
  48. Fluorosis – Early Warning Signs and Diagnostic Test
  49. Chemical Contaminants In Drinking Water- Public Health Issues and Challenges
  50. Arsenic In Drinking Water- A Public Health Hazard
  51. Diabetes In Indians
  52. Diabetes In Indians-II
  53. Dietary Management of Indian Vegetarian Diabetics
  54. Metabolic Response to Chronic Energy Deficiency
  55. Metabolic Efficiency in Chronic Energy Deficiency
  56. Obesity And Physical Activity
  57. Energy Requirements of Adolescents
  58. Childhood Obesity In Developing Societies
  59. Malnutrition And Obesity
  60. Body Mass Index- Is It The Ideal Universal Weight For Height Index
  61. Assessing Human Energy Requirements- Methodological and Lifestyle Considerations
  62. Biotechnology for Reduction of Micronutrient Malnutrtion
  63. New Areas of Nutrtion Research- Nutrtion and Food Safety
  64. The Changing Scenario of Micronutrient Deficiencies in India
  65. Safety and efficacy assessment of bioactive
  66. Arriving at Tolerable Upper Limits (TUL) for Indian Population
  67. Nutrition And Drug Metabolism: A review of recent Indian studies
  68. Turmeric- A Potential Anti-cancer Agent
  69. Nutrition And Cancer In India
  70. Review and Comments-1. Launch of Report on ‘Food, Nutrition and Cancer-A Global Prospective’
  71. Prevelance of Anaemia in adolescent girls of poor communities
  72. Genetically Modified Foods – Potential Benefits And Possible Hazards
  73. Bioactive Substances and Functional Foods
  74. Evolutionary aspects of diets in the context of current chronic diseases
  75. Fats In Indian Diets
  76. Food and Nutrition Security in India
  77. Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids In Health And Nutrition
  78. Recent Indian Studies on Food Toxins
  79. Ensuring Food Safety and Quality – The Present Picture in India
  80. Nutrition And Cataract
  81. Food Safety Evaluation – National and International Perspectives
  82. Achieving food safety from farm to table
  83. A Strategy for Basic Minimal Health Care – Using UIP as the spearhead
  84. Child Survival And Safe Motherhood-The Hard Road Ahead
  85. Combating Vitamin A Deficiency – A Rational Public Health Approach
  86. Review and Comments- Nutrition and Leprosy
  87. Studies on Colostrum-Nutrients and Immunologic Factors
  88. Studies on Colostrum Nutrients and Immunologic Factors-II
  89. DOES ONE SIZE FIT ALL Should India Adopt the New INTERGROWTH-21st Prescriptive Standard for Fetal Growth
  90. Improving nutritional status at national and community levels Iessons from South Asia
  91. Perinatal Vitamin D Insufficiency and Neonatal Health
  92. Fruits, vegetables, milk and animal foods in balanced Indian diets – a critical appraisal
  93. Assessing Child Malnutrition- Some Basic Issues
  94. Nutritional Status Of Children And Women In India- Recent Trends
  95. Recent Transitions in Anthropometric Profile of Indian Children Clinical and Public
  96. Health Implications
  97. Controlling Anaemia- Iron Supplementation and Beyond
  98. Role of Micronutrient Supplementation in Improving Child Health
  99. Fruit And Vegetable Production In India
  100. India’s Horticultural Revolution
  101. Towards Population Stabilisation
  102. Census Of India 2001- Some Glimpses
  103. Towards A ‘Humane’ Development Report
  104. The Effect Of Ivy Gourd (Coccinia Cordifolia) Extract On Diabetic Patients
  105. Role of Muscle in Fat-Glucose Metabolism and Insulin Resistance
  106. Body Composition and BMI Criterion for Indians
  107. The Small India Baby- Some Balanced Food for Thought
  108. Home Based New-born Care Plus- Innovative approach to address nutrition,health and development of infants in four EAG states in India
  109. Leveraging agriculture from Nutrition in South Asia – A UK AID funded
  110. Massive Dose Vitamin A Supplementation (MDVAS) to Children in India- is there enough evidence to continue the programme
  111. The first 1000 days and human development
  112. Are we Unknowingly Consuming Trans Fats and Abused Oils
  113. Body Size, Health and Fitness
  114. Food Production and Consumption Trends
  115. Contaminants in “Edible” Oils and Liver Cancer
  116. Vitamin A Supplementation And Child Mortality – The Nepal Study
  117. Participation of Medical Colleges in National Health Programmes – An Experiment in India
  118. Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS)- An Assessment
  119. Integrated Rural Development:The Narayanapuram Experience
  120. Nutritious Meal Programme for Children of Tamil Nadu
  121. The New Technology for Production of Pulses
  122. Nutritional Concepts in Fetal Programming
  123. Nutrition and Immunity in Old Age
  124. Reducing the Bulk of Cereal Weaning Gruels A Simple Technology for Rural Homes
  125. National Goitre Control Programme-Current Status
  126. Adolescent Girls in the ICDS Programme- A Proposed Scheme
  127. Age of Girls at Marriage-Public Health Significance
  128. Is Satisfactory Energy Balance Possible on Low Energy Intakes?
  129. Nutritional Aspects of Palm Oil
  130. Commercial Baby Foods- Misusing the Media
  131. Vitamin A Supplementation and Child Mortality- Examination of a Claim
  132. The NFI International Symposium on Recent Trends in Nutrition
  133. Anaemia In Adolescence And Pregnancy
  134. Overweight-Obesity In Affluent School Children In Delhi
  135. The Efficiency of BCG vaccination in Undernutrition
  136. Lathyrism – A Historical Review
  137. Maternal And Child Health In Slums Of Delhi A Summary Report
  138. The Slums Of Ludhiana City (Panjab)A Case Study
  139. NFl National Workshop On Combating Vitamin A Deficiency Through Dietary Improvement
  140. The Unsaid at UNCED- Health, Nutrition and the Environment
  141. Molecular Epidemiology of Cataract
  142. Etiology of Malnutrition in Panjab- Poverty or Ignorance
  143. Diet In Renal Diseases
  144. Control Of Iodine Deficiency The National Programme – Current Status
  145. Nutritional Status Of Children In Uttar Pradesh
  146. Dairy Development In India
  147. Coronary Heart Disease In Indians Possible Role Of Nutritional Factors
  148. Nutritional Status Of Quarry Workers and Growth Profile of their Offspring
  149. Diabetes And Insulin Resistance Syndrome In Indians
  150. The Childhood Origin Of Atherosclerosis
  151. Fluid Therapy In Childhood Diarrhoea – Recent Developments
  152. Persistent Diarrhoea And Associated Malnutrition In Children
  153. Plant Foods And Cancer Risk Science And Tradition
  154. Nutrition Related Chronic Diseases in Asia
  155. The National Nutrition Scene – An Analysis of Results Of Two National Surveys
  156. Marine food Resources Present Status and Problems
  157. Exclusive Breast Feeding for Six Months – An Attainable Goal for Poor Communities
  158. How Short are we of Edible oils
  159. Fats in Breast Milk
  160. Pattern Of Fatty Acid Intakes In Traditional Indian Dietaries
  161. Vitamin A deficiency prevention programme
  162. Endemic Fluorosis in Andhra Pradesh
  163. The Nutrition Component of Primary Health Care
  164. Wholesomeness of Irradiated Wheat
  165. The National Nutrition Monitoring Bureau
  166. Malting as an aid in reduction of viscosity of cereal and legume based diets
  167. Child Nutrition In India- Findings From The National Family Health Survey (1992-93)
  168. Ensuring Food Quality And Food Safety – Emerging Challenges
  169. Calcium Requirements In Pregnancy And Lactation
  170. Recent Advances In Immunonutrition
  171. Folic Acid For Prevention Of Neural Tube Defects
  172. Genetic Variation And Nutritional Requirements
  173. Control Of Iron Deficiency Anaemia – New Approaches
  174. Genetically Modified Plants For Food Use


  1. Nutrition Foundation of India- Current Programmes
  2. Appropriate Supplementation of Breast Milk
  3. Need for a new family planning strategy
  4. The National Goitre Control Programme- A Sad Story
  5. Minimum Needs Programme in the Sixth Plan
  6. Nutritional Consequences of Developmental Programmes
  7. Nutrition in the Health System
  8. Nutrition in the New Twenty Point Programme
  9. A Revisit to Rewa
  10. Minimum Wages for Agricultural Labour
  11. The Nutition Policy of Brinkmanship
  12. Our Food Policy-Achievements and Aberrations
  13. Minimum Wages for Agricultural Labour
  14. Measurement of Undernutrition Biological Considerations
  15. The Rich and the Poor
  16. “Child survival” and Child Nutrition
  17. Home Science And Vocational Training For Rural Girls – A Proposal
  18. The Tamil Nadu Nutrition Projects
  19. Classifications of Undernutrition- their Limitations and Fallacies
  20. Choosing Beneficiaries for Feeding Programmes
  21. Emergence of Goitre in Delhi
  22. XIII International Congress of Nutrition
  23. Maternal Health, Fertility control and child nutrition
  24. Infant Nutrition in West Bengal Insights from Recent Studies
  25. Food Production and Nutrition Trends in India and China
  26. Child Health and Nutrition in Tamil Nadu
  27. Oral Rehydration Therapy-The Need for a Proper Perspective
  28. Nutritional Status of India’s Children – Has it Improved in Recent Years?
  29. Motherhood in Early Adolescence
  30. Advertisement of Commercial Weaning (CWF) through Media under Government Control
  31. Prevention and Control of Endemic Goitre
  32. Review and Comments- Food Consumption in Rural Indian Households
  33. Edible Oils- Needs and Wants
  34. Growth Monitoring – Some Basic Issues
  35. Irradiation of Wheat
  36. Heights of Populations – an Index of Their Nutrition and Socio-economic Development
  37. Gender Bias in Health and Nutrition Care
  38. Community Organisation for Health Care The Need for an Innovative Approach
  39. NNMB – Its Importance to Nutrition Research and National Planning
  40. Consumption of Edible Oils in India- The Present Picture
  41. Review and Comments- 1.Universal Immunisation 2.Rights of the Child
  42. Control of Vitamin A Deficiency – Priorities for Future Research in India
  43. Control of Vitamin A Deficiency – Priorities for Future Research in India-II
  44. “Adaptation “to “Chronic Energy Defficiency”
  45. A Nutrition Research Agenda for Malaysia
  46. Growth Standards for indian Children
  47. Women and Nutrition in India Some Practical Considerations
  48. Tamil Nadu’s Initiative
  49. Universal Immunisation Programme (UIP)- Some Lessons
  50. Low Energy Intakes
  51. Vitamin A and Child Mortality
  52. The National Nutrition Monitoring Bureau
  53. Rural Health Care: Towards wider outreach and better Quality
  54. The Changing Profile of under nutrition in India
  55. Control of anemia
  56. Review and Comments- Prevention and Control of Goire-Demerits of Iodised Oil Injections
  57. Nutrition And Environmental Degradation
  58. Review and comments- Vitamin A And Child Mortality – Now The Nepal Study 2. Light At The End Of The Tunnel?
  59. The Urban Challenge- Health Nutrition implications
  60. Growth Charts in Primary Child-Health Care- Time For Reassessment
  61. Child-mortality Reduction With Vitamin A- Now The Bellagio Declaration
  62. Variations in Food Consumption Patterns of Populations
  63. Efficacy of Megadose of Vitamin A and Prevalence of Diabetes in Indians
  64. Child Care in India – Emerging Challenges
  65. Osteoporotic Fractures- An Emerging Public Health Problem in Asia
  66. Late Effects Of Foetal Undernutrition
  67. Nutrition And Degenerative Diseases In India
  68. Acute Toxicity Of Vitamin A In Infancy
  69. Micronutrient Deficiencies – Public Health Implications
  70. Coronary Heart Disease In Delhi The Possible Role Of Air Pollution
  71. Vitamin A And Vaccination
  72. XVI International Congress Of Nutrition – Montreal
  73. Diet-related Chronic Diseases In India- Changing Trends
  74. Obesity In The Indian Urban ‘Middle Class’
  75. Micronutrient Malnutrition In SAARC – The Need For A Food-based Approach
  76. The Changing Epidemiology Of Malnutrition In A Developing Society The Effect Of Unforeseen Factors
  77. Multiple Micronutrient Supplementation In Pregnancy
  78. Iodation Of Common Salt For Control Of IDD Not The Time To Backtrack
  79. Pregnancy In Adolescence – ‘Child Labour’ At Its Woorst
  80. Early Childhood Malnutrition In India Inter-state Differences
  81. Reviews and Comments- Prevention and Control of Goitre-On lodised Oil Injections
  82. The Vitamin A Fiasco
  83. Towards Women’s Empowerment
  84. Ensuring Nutritive Quality Of Breast Milk
  85. Fatty Acids In India – Current Research And Government Policie
  86. Changing Nutrition Scene In South Asia
  87. Nutritional Status of the Elderly in Urban Slums of Delhi
  88. India’s Food Production Policies – Need for Nutrition Orientation
  89. Linear Growth as an Index of Nutritional Status
  90. Rising Incidence of Chronic Degenerative Diseases – A Health Hazard of
  91. Developmental Transition
  92. Initiatives for Promoting Public Awareness about Health and Nutrition
  93. TOWARDS INDIA’S NUTRITIONAL WELL BEING: Need for a “second wind”
  94. Essential Fatty Acids in Maternal Diets- Beneficial Effects in Pregnancy and Lactation
  95. Rising Incidence of Obesity and Diabetes
  96. Capacity Building in Food and Nutrition
  97. The “Dual Nutrition Burden”- Need for a Balanced Response
  98. Growth Retardation in Early Childhood- The possible role of deficiency of Vitamin D and Calcium
  99. From “Farms to Pharmacies”- Beginnings of a Sad Decline
  100. Health and Nutrition Education of the Community- Choosing the appropriate channels
  101. XXXIX Annual Meeting of the Nutrition Society of India
  102. Growth Retardation in Early Childhood Long Term Implications
  103. Anthropometric index of inequity in a developing society
  104. Vitamin A Deficiency – Overkill
  105. The Current National Nutrition Scene- Areas of Concern
  106. India’s Rural Helath Mission
  107. Nutrtion Education at the Community Level- The Need for Fresh Initiatives
  108. National Programme for the Promotion of Wholesome Diets
  109. Health and Nutrition Programmes in India- Inter-state differences and the way forward
  110. Time Trends in the Nutritional Status of Indians from NNMB Survey
  111. Growth and Development of Indian Children
  112. XXXXII Annual Meeting of the Nutrition Society of India- Message to Members
  113. Health Care in India- Past and Present
  114. Restoring Millets and Pulses to their Rightful place in Indian Diets
  115. Ensuring Effective Implementation of National Health Programmes
  116. Message to the National conference of Nutrition Society of India
  117. The changing nutrition scenario
  118. HIV Infection and Nutrition- the Indian scenario
  119. India’s nutrition challenges
  120. Anthropometric parameters- measurement, interpretation and use for rational nutrition interventions
  121. Food Security Act 2013 – a step towards optimal nutrition
  122. Food production, food price inflation
  123. Nutrition Monitoring and Surveillance
  124. The Nutrition Scene in India- Time Trends
  125. The Nutrition Scene in India- Inter-state Differences
  126. Reimposition of Ban on Use of Non Iodised Salt
  127. Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS)
  128. Changing Food Consumption Patterns in India
  129. Dietary Intake, Physical Activity and Nutritional Status of Indian Adults
  130. India’s Food and Nutrition Security
  131. Nutrtion Surveys in India
  132. Nutrition Transition in India
  133. The Ongoing Nutrition Transition in India- Policies, Programmes and People’s Responses
  134. Food Insecurity Outcomes Are We Using the Right Indicators
  135. Evolution of Mid-day Meal ProgrammesUse of Mother Child Protection Card-key to improvement in infant and young child nutrition
  136. Food Fortification to Combat Micronutrient Deficiencies in India
  137. Combating the triple burden of malnutrition- World Health Assembly targets for 2025(Kalaivani and Prema Ramachandran)
  138. Nutrition And AIDS
  139. Low-birth-weights- The Indian Experience
  140. “Reduced Mortality” with vitamin A Supplementation
  141. Vitamin A Supplementation In Pregnancy And Lactation
  142. The Child-in-Need Institute
  143. Health Management by the people
  144. Fifty Years Of Primary Health Care- The Kerala Experience
  145. Coping with disability
  146. Nutrition and Contraception
  147. Nutrition Security Vs. Food Security
  148. A Symphonic Approach to Combating Malnutrition
  149. Less Recognised Micronutrient Deficiencies In India
  150. Combating Malnutrition With Scientific Intervention And Community Participation
  151. Nutrtional Consequences of Development
  152. On Brinkmanship in Nutrition
  153. Delivery of HealthCare- The role of Medical Colleges
  154. Post Harvest Technology of Food Grains and oil seeds in India
  155. Poverty-Undernutrition Linkages
  156. Macroeconomic Development and Globalisation – Impact on Poverty
  157. Nutrition In Menopause
  158. Foetal Growth Restriction Nutritional Determinants
  159. Effect of Vitamin Supplementation on HIV and AIDS
  160. Enhancing the bioavailability of natural and synthetic
  161. New Growth Norms for Nutritional Assessment of Children
  162. Multi-pronged strategy to combat vitamin D deficiency disorders
  163. Insulin Resistance Syndrome in Indians
  164. Diabetes Epidemic in India-Why and What can be done
  165. A Vision Of Nutrition Science In The Post-genome Era
  166. Expenditure and Consumption Patterns- Implications for Nutrition Policy
  167. Integrated Child Development Services – World Bank Review
  168. Basis of current allowances of nutrients in food fortification in India
  169. Addressing Iron deficiency through Biofortification
  170. The Health-Nutrition-Agriculture Connect for Protein in India
  171. Research Programme Consortium for South Asia
  172. Impact of early life under nutrition on adult health and nutrition outcomes-revisiting cohort studies undertaken by National Institute of Nutrition, Hyderabad
  173. Iron-fortified Iodised Salt to control Iodine-deficiency and Iron-deficiency Disorders
  174. Efficacy of Plant Foods in Meeting Vitamin A Requirement
  175. India’s Milk Revolution
  176. Population and Development- Myths and Realities
  177. The Multiple Roles of Vitamin D