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poor

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economically and socially below standard

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marked by deprivation especially of the necessities of life or healthful environmental influences

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This was an 11.8% increase from the baseline figure for people in deprived areas.
Joseph Carter, of the British Lung Foundation Scotland, said: "We can't accept a situation where children living in the most deprived areas should be exposed to these harmful products.
He while addressing with a delegation here on Tuesdays said in 21st century, people of Sariyab are deprived from clean drinking water.
Between 2015 and 2017, 243 of the most deprived men in Coventry died from things like heart attacks and strokes.
Between 2015 and 2017, 507 of the most deprived men in Liverpool died from events like heart attacks and strokes.
said: "We've found a large fall in life expectancy at birth among women living in the most deprived areas in England This is in contrast to the continued increases w in life expectancy for women in the least deprived areas."
The current Home Secretary made headlines last month when he controversially deprived former ISIS wife Shamima Begum of her citizenship.
British Medical Association (BMA) board of science chair, Prof Dame Parveen Kumar, said: "People living in the most deprived parts of the country are too often suffering from poor health because of the social and economic environment in which they live, leading to a higher prevalence of preventable illness.
He said an Indonesian family was also deprived of cash, belongings and gold ornaments.
Robbers took away Rs27 thousands and a cell phone from Jamshed in Dhulley area; in Gakhar Mandi bandits snatched Rs55 thousands, a cell phone and gold ornaments from Usman; in Aroop area Sher Ali was deprived of Rs30 thousands and a cell phone at gunpoint; in Wazirabad City, swindlers took away Rs60 thousands, gold ornaments and a cell phone from a woman.
In another incident an alleged robber deprived a citizen of cash Rs135,000.
Out of the 243 pregnancies among 15 to 17-year-olds, a total of 104 came from the most deprived category.
MALES and females living in the most deprived areas of Wales were 3.3 times and 3.8 times more likely to die from an avoidable cause than those in the least deprived areas, official figures for 2016 show.
BADIN -- Survival of our families was on the risk as we deprived of our salaries since last of seventeenth month.