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Pakistan’s ranking on the Human Development Index improved, to 161st, India’s to 132nd

The world has returned to post-COVID-19 levels of development, but the recovery has widened the gap between rich and poor, reports report.
Political Editor
London: According to the United Nations report, Pakistan ranks 161st among 191 countries in the Human Development Index with 0.544 points. Among the South Asian countries, Sri Lanka is at the top position at the 73rd position with 0.782 points, Bangladesh at the 129th position with 0.661 points India at the 132nd position with 0.633 points, and Nepal at the 143rd position. No., while Afghanistan ranks lowest in the region, at 180th with 0.478 points. South Sudan, at 191st with 0.385 points, is last on the list, followed by Switzerland at 0.962. points, followed by Norway with 0.961 points. Although the world has returned to post-COVID-19 levels of development, the report found that the recovery has widened the gap between the rich and the poor.

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