User: indiatogether Topic: Human Rights
Category: Hunger
Last updated: Dec 19 2014 13:54 IST RSS 2.0
 
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WYS website launched 19.12.2014 Manipur: E-Pao
WYS website launched
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Fit & Proper: Quick-fix meals on the move 19.12.2014 Sify Finance
Arijit Bose, a 32-year-old copy editor with an advertising agency in Gurgaon, doesn't remember the last time he had breakfast. His job requires him to run for meetings with clients and film
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Meet takes stock of governance in farm sector 18.12.2014 HBL: Home
Former Chief Secretary Mohan Kanda on Thursday called for macro-management of agriculture allied sectors at the Central level and said it was imperative for a re-orientation of input systems like...
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Fit & Proper: Quick-fix meals on the move 18.12.2014 News
Arijit Bose, a 32-year-old copy editor with an advertising agency in Gurgaon, doesn't remember the last time he had breakfast. His job requires him to run for meetings with clients and film production units through the day. He sometimes even skips ...
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Hourly guide to have a healthy day 18.12.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Hourly guide to have a healthy day
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Citizens team up to curb wastage 18.12.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Citizens team up to curb wastage
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The spectre of hunger haunts Britain 18.12.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
The spectre of hunger haunts Britain
Four labourers of closed tea estate die in Bengal 17.12.2014 Zee News : States
 Four labourers of a tea estate in Alipurduar district have died in the past one month since the estate declared suspension of work.
What if 'anger' replaced 'hunger'? India has no dearth of it 16.12.2014 Oneindia.in: News
Bengaluru, Dec 16: Sounds wierd? The root of this flying imagination was an incident that could otherwise be considered a routine in India. A friend left a glass of milk on the table, unattended and exposed, after we had a heated
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The spectre of hunger in Britain 16.12.2014 Hindu: International
On a cold December morning the dining room of the Whitechapel Mission in east London is filled with people sitting around tables eating a hot breakfast of baked beans, bread, egg and sausage.<...
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South Sudan`s descent into horror as civil war enters 2nd year 15.12.2014 Zee News : World
War in South Sudan is worsening with "extreme violence" and growing hunger, rights groups warned Monday, one year since the start of conflict in which tens of thousands have died.
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Golden rules of grocery shopping 14.12.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Golden rules of grocery shopping
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Hunger games 14.12.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Hunger games
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Defectors shine light on horrors of North Korea life 13.12.2014 Asian Age: International
When Yeon-Mi Park was just nine, she and her North Korean village were forced to watch in horror as a friend’s mother was publicly executed for the crime of watching illegal DVDs, she says. As a boy, Joseph Kim could only watch helplessly, he says, as he saw his father “wither and die” in the isolated country’s devastating famine in the 1990s, which led to the tragic disintegration of his once “loving” family. The two young defectors gave a rare and heartbreaking insight into what they described as lives of deprivation, hunger and abuse in North Korea during an event at the state department to mark Human Rights Day. Park was born in Hyesan, the daughter of a government official, whose job provided the family with relative stability and protection. They also lived close to China, providing greater exposure to the outside world than many others in the isolated hermit state run by the dynastic communist family of its founder Kim Il-Sung. As a young girl, Park thrived on illicit movies from all over the ...
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Barefoot: Hunger games 13.12.2014 Hindu: Columns
Public opinion in India remains deeply divided about the merits of the food security law.
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Defectors shine light on horrors of North Korea life 13.12.2014 Asian Age: International
When Yeon-Mi Park was just nine, she and her North Korean village were forced to watch in horror as a friend’s mother was publicly executed for the crime of watching illegal DVDs, she says. As a boy, Joseph Kim could only watch helplessly, he says, as he saw his father “wither and die” in the isolated country’s devastating famine in the 1990s, which led to the tragic disintegration of his once “loving” family. The two young defectors gave a rare and heartbreaking insight into what they described as lives of deprivation, hunger and abuse in North Korea during an event at the state department to mark Human Rights Day. Park was born in Hyesan, the daughter of a government official, whose job provided the family with relative stability and protection. They also lived close to China, providing greater exposure to the outside world than many others in the isolated hermit state run by the dynastic communist family of its founder Kim Il-Sung. As a young girl, Park thrived on illicit movies from all over the ...
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For rescued kids, a building of hope in Thane 11.12.2014 DNA: Mumbai
In the heart of Thane city at Vartak Nagar, stands a TMC building named 'Bal Snehalay'. The name seems apt as one of the floors of the structure is home to 14 children, who have been rescued by the GRP from various railway platforms across Mumbai. In a first of its kind initiative, the Mumbai GRP, Thane police, Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) and NGO Rainbow Foundation have joined hands to run a shelter home for such abandoned children. 'Bal Snehalay' is currently hope for these 14 children who could have been trafficked or got into drugs had there been no timely intervention by the GRP. All the children, ranging from 8 years to 15 years are taking baby steps towards a better future where they would no longer have to deal with abusive parents, hunger and drug addicts who would abuse them. "We at Bal Snehalay ensure that all the children get proper food, clothing, shelter and most importantly education. All the children are enrolled into TMC run schools where they are getting formal education which they ...
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Now, a food ingredient to make you feel 'fuller' without overeating 11.12.2014 New Kerala: Health News
Washington, Dec 11 : Scientists have, for the first time, developed an ingredient, which when added to foods can make one fell more filling.
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A food ingredient that reduces hunger 11.12.2014 New Kerala: Technology
London, Dec 11 : British scientists have found that an ingredient, when added to daily food, can make people feel full and prevent weight gain.
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A food ingredient that reduces hunger 11.12.2014 All News-IANS Stories
British scientists have found that an ingredient, when added to daily food, can make people feel full and prevent weight gain.
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