User: indiatogether Topic: Human Rights
Category: Hunger
Last updated: Sep 22 2016 07:54 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Tiger’s death: officials suspect it might have eaten venomous snake 22.9.2016 Hindu: Home
The mysterious death of a tigress in a reserve forest in Mysuru district has perplexed the Forest Department officials who suspect that the cat may have died after eating a venomous Russell’s viper.Th...
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HC lambasts Maha govt over starvation deaths 22.9.2016 TOI: Home
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Karunanidhi urges Centre to constitute CMB without delay 22.9.2016 newindianexpress.com
He also wanted the AIADMK government to employ all its might and influence in such a way that the CMB could be constituted.
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Syria’s other Aleppos: The cities also under siege that the world has ignored 21.9.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Syria’s other Aleppos: The cities also under siege that the world has ignored
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Nearly 6,000 kids, mothers died in Melghat due to malnutrition 21.9.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Nearly 6,000 kids, mothers died in Melghat due to malnutrition
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One Indian-American among 17 UN Young Leaders 21.9.2016 TOI: All Headlines
One Indian-American among 17 UN Young Leaders
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Reduce calories out of restaurant food 21.9.2016 New Kerala: World News
Reduce calories out of restaurant food
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Second tiger found dead in two days near Mysuru 21.9.2016 newindianexpress.com
Balachander said there were no signs of fighting, poaching or death due to starvation.
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Two Indians, one Indian American among 17 UN Young Leaders for SDGs 21.9.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Two Indians, one Indian American among 17 UN Young Leaders for SDGs
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‘Caretaker didn’t let us search premises’ 21.9.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Caretaker didn’t let us search premises’
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‘Caretaker didn’t let us search premises’ 21.9.2016 Hindu: News
Family says it searched all farmhouses in the area, barring the one where the girls were found later
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Kin say manager, guard lured girls to banquet hall 21.9.2016 TOI: Delhi Times
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Five million in Somalia don't get enough food, UN report says 20.9.2016 newindianexpress.com
The report released Tuesday says the number of people who are food insecure has increased by 300,000 since February.
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Two Indians, one Indian-American among 17 UN Young Leaders for SDGs 20.9.2016 New Kerala: World News
Two Indians, one Indian-American among 17 UN Young Leaders for SDGs
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Two Indians, one Indian-American among 17 UN Young Leaders for SDGs 20.9.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Two Indians and one Indian-American are among the 17 people appointed as the inaugural class of UN Young Leaders for Sustainable Development Goals.
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Hypocrisy towards terrorism will not do: India at UNGA summit for refugees 20.9.2016 FirstPost: Bollywood

Describing terrorism as an "existential threat", India has said that "hypocrisy" towards the menace is unacceptable.

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Ahead of VIPs' visit, Maharashtra ramps up efforts to assess malnourished kids in Palghar 20.9.2016 newindianexpress.com
Maha Govt has decided to reassess starvation levels in children under five years of age in the Palghar district.
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Locked for 3 days in farmhouse, 1-yr-old girl dies 20.9.2016 TOI: Delhi Times
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No medicine can save starving Maharashtra tribals 19.9.2016 newindianexpress.com
After death of 2 tribal kids, politicos make a beeline to village; experts say socio-economic revamp only solution
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Workers suffer as government and Duncan’s Tea Estate wrestle over ownership of estates 18.9.2016 DNA: Recent Columns
While the government and the Duncan’s Tea Estate wrestle it out in court over who owns the seven tea estates in the Dooars-Terai region in the midst of a lockdown, the ones to suffer the most are the workers in the tea gardens. This week, on Thursday, several of the workers travelled overnight from their gardens to Kolkata to protest in front of the office of Duncan Goenka and meet the labour minister and the food minister to appeal for help. Many of the workers, who went under the aegis of the Paschim Banga Khet Majoor Samity (PBKMS), accused Duncans of stealing money from them,to the tune of Rs 40 crore, including their PF and pensions.   “West Bengal labour minister assured us of help and said that he will meet the Central Government’s Regional Labour Commissioner within 10 days to pressurise him to take steps or to declare the gardens closed. He also promised to consider a monthly allowance of Rs1500 per month for workers in closed industry and to try and bring us under MNREGA,” said Dunbar Tamang of ...
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