buy Pregabalin Lyrica uk v Name of the index
|San Martín de los Andes Published by||Parameters||India’s ranking|
|Press Freedom Index||Reporters Without Borders (RSF), an international non-profit organisation||Countries are ranked on a score ranging from 0 to 100, with 100 being the best. The score is calculated based on two parameters: a qualitative parameter that is based on the responses of “press freedom specialists” —including journalists, researchers, and human rights activists— to an RSF questionnaire; and a quantitative parameter that is a count of abuses against journalists and media outlets.||150 in 2022
Norway – 1st rank
|Environmental Performance Index||researchers from Yale and Columbia Universities in the U.S.||Parameters related to mitigating climate change, improving environmental health, and protecting ecosystem vitality.||180
|Global Hunger Index||NGOs Concern Worldwide and Welthungerhilfe.||Undernourishment: part of population that is undernourished as a result of insufficient calorie intake
Child wasting: children under five years of age who have low weight for their height
Child stunting: children under the age of five who are stunted – lower than usual height for their age
Child mortality: mortality rate of children under five years of age
|101 in 2021|
|Global Gender Gap Index||World Economic Forum||four parameters — economic participation and opportunity, educational attainment, health and survival, and political empowerment||135 in 2022|
|Global Climate Risk Index||Germanwatch||Ranked seventh. The higher the rank, the worse the effect of weather-related events on a country.|
|Corruption Perceptions Index||anti-corruption watchdog Transparency International||perceived levels of public sector corruption,||85
on a scale of 0 to 100, 0 is highly corrupt, while 100 is very clean
|Henley Passport Index||Henley & Partners based on data from the International Air Transport Association.||The number of destinations that a country’s passport holder can visit without a prior visa.||87 in 2022.
Indian passport-holders can access 60 visa-free destinations around the world. The leader of the index is Japan, whose passport-holders can access 193 visa-free destinations.