An Indian child receives the oral polio vaccine. Twice a year, an army of 2 million volunteers fans out across India to administer the vaccine. India has not reported a single case of polio in more than a year-and-a-half. Julie McCarthy/NPR hide caption

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With An Army Of Vaccinators, India Subdues Polio

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Dabba wallahs carry lunchboxes to offices in Indian cities. But the old tradition is changing with modern times. Aijaz Rahi/AP hide caption

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In India, 100-Year-Old Lunch Delivery Service Goes Modern

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Ambassador Nirupama Rao on 'Tell Me More'

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To Fight HIV, Indian Health Workers Say Homosexuality Must Be Legal

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