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Category: Hunger
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Chad: Two million people face hunger in Sahelian belt, UN agency warns 1.6.2016 New Kerala: World News
New York, June 1 (Just Earth News): About two million people, or half the population, in the Sahelian belt of Chad face hunger and more than a quarter of them are in severe need of external assistance to meet their minimum daily food needs, the United Nations food relief agency said on Tuesday.
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Drought padyatra ends with call for relief on war footing 31.5.2016 TOI: Jaipur
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Akshaya Patra city chapter inaugurated 31.5.2016 Hindu: Vijayawada
With an aim to satiate hunger of one lakh students in future, Akshya Patra, a non-for-profit organisation, made its way into Vijayawada with the new chapter. MP Kesineni Srinivas aka Nani inaugurated ...
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Can research make you quit fast food? 30.5.2016 The New Indian Express - Education - http://newindianexpress.com/education/
Students voice their opinions on the need for research to help stop the fast food problem.
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Stress on commercialisation of agriculture 30.5.2016 The Assam Tribune
Stress on commercialisation of agriculture
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Can Research Make You Quit Fast Food? 30.5.2016 The New Indian Express - Education - http://newindianexpress.com/education/
Students voice their opinions on the need for research to help stop the fast food problem.
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Pulses costlier due to poor rainfall, reduced imports: food minister Ram Vilas Paswan 29.5.2016 ET: Agriculture
The Union Minister of Food and Public Distribution said private importers had imported lesser quantity of pulses than what was needed, due to which prices rose.
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Pulses costlier due to poor rainfall, reduced imports: Paswan 29.5.2016 All Markets Stories
Last year, pulse production was 171 lakh tonnes whereas requirement was 226 lakh tonnes
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How about a no-bread breakfast? 29.5.2016 TOI: All Headlines
How about a no-bread breakfast?
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Tiger succumbs to injuries due to infighting in Bandipur 29.5.2016 Mysore - City - The Times of India
A tiger was found dead due to starvation inside Bandipur Tiger Sanctuary on Saturday.
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Taking to streets to fight hunger 29.5.2016 Hindu: Home
Food Bank Coimbatore volunteers gathered near the VOC Park here on Saturday to celebrate World Hunger Day.The organisation launched by Vaishnavi Balaji in October 2015 aim to reach surplus food to the...
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115-ft.-high statue of NTR to be set up at Amaravati 29.5.2016 Hindu: Home
Govt. to begin ‘Anna Canteens’ by year end, says Naidu
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Crime & entertainment 28.5.2016 Deccan Herald - Supplements
A large footprint in the snow, the flash of a button glinting in the sunlight or a bus ticket thrown into the bushes could be important clues for a detective chasing a case. But for crime show enthusiasts, clues like these are the hooks that keep them riveted to their TV screens to watch detective serials. Never before has there been such a hunger for cop and detective TV shows, and the TV industry is happy to keep their audiences happy. There is no dearth of crime shows on television, ranging from The Mentalist, Monk, Criminal Minds, Dexter, Sherlock, Hannibal, Castle, True Detective and so many more. Gone are the days of the syrupy soaps and endless romantic sagas as gangsters, guns, grit and gore have taken over as the superstars of the small screen. According to some psychologists, the appeal for such shows lies deep within our inner psyche that desires to seek justice. But most ardent crime show viewers say that there is nothing judgemental about their addiction to these shows. Their interest lies ...
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UN refugee agency begins delivering supplies to families escaping besieged Fallujah 28.5.2016 New Kerala: World News

New York, May 28 (Just Earth News): The United Nations refugee agency said on Friday that it is delivering emergency relief supplies to families who managed to escape the besieged Iraqi city of Fallujah over the past few days.
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Tiger dies of starvation at Bandipur forest 28.5.2016 Mysore - City - The Times of India
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70 ISIS fighters killed in Falluja: US 28.5.2016 New Kerala: World News
Washington, May 28 : The U.S. military has said that its coalition strikes have killed 70 Islamic State militants including the group's commander during the bid to recapture the city of Falluja.
Full text of the President's Obama's speech at Hiroshima Peace Memorial 28.5.2016 newindianexpress.com
Full transcript of President Obama's speech, delivered at Hiroshima, as released by The White House.
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Rally to feed the needy 28.5.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Rally to feed the needy
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Champions League: For Ramos, Real is just as hungry to beat Atletico as they were 2 years ago 28.5.2016 DNA: Recent Columns
Captain Sergio Ramos believes Real Madrid are as hungry to beat Atletico Madrid in Saturday's Champions League final as they were two years ago when they beat their neighbours to land a 10th European Cup.  It was Ramos who headed an injury-time equaliser to send the 2014 final into extra-time where Real overpowered a flattened Atletico 4-1 to end a 12-year wait for 'La Decima'. The defender said that night in Lisbon had done nothing to sate Real's determination. "If I was to write a film I would have scripted it like that but now we have to focus on this one and we have the same hunger, hope and excitement as we did before," Ramos told a news conference on Friday. "I wouldn't change anything about the last final, destiny has been written and what has to happen tomorrow will happen."  Atletico were caught out at the death in Lisbon and Ramos urged total concentration for his side on Saturday, warning that Diego Simeone's outfit will be waiting to pounce on any momentary lapse from Real. "Atletico are a ...
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Rally to feed the needy 28.5.2016 Hindu: Coimbatore
Volunteers of Food Bank Coimbatore who serve home-cooked food to the homeless people in the city will take out a rally on Saturday to mark the World Hunger Day, near VOC Park here at 5 p.m. The object...
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