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Category: Hunger
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What's between you and a slip disc 25.1.2015 TOI: All Headlines
What's between you and a slip disc
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FDA nod for weight-loss device 23.1.2015 HBL: Features
Obesity

FDA nod for weight-loss deviceThe US Food and Drug Administration has approved the Maestro Rechargeable System for certain obese adults, the first weight loss treatm...

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Rescued cub active, eating well 23.1.2015 deccanherald.com
The male tiger cub, which was rescued from Rajiv Gandhi National Park, Nagarahole and shifted to Sri Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens in the city, has recovered during the course of one week. The male cub, was one of the three cubs found in a severely malnourished state by Forest department personnel at Metikuppe Forest Range in Nagarahole on January 15, after the mother tigress had abandoned the cub, owing to its death or injury or other reasons. While two cubs, one male and female, had succumbed to starvation, the surviving cub was rehabilitated. Speaking to Deccan Herald, Executive Director of the Zoo, BPRavi said that the cub was doing well, and was adjusting to the conditions of the Zoo. "The cub is very active and is eating well, which is a good sign," he said. The cub, when shifted to the Zoo, apart from being malnourished, was also under severe trauma. Zoo authorities, apart from feeding the animal at regular intervals had left the cub alone. "It helped the ten month-old-cub recover from stress, ...
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Is your body getting enough healthy calories? 23.1.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Is your body getting enough healthy calories?
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Nobel for Amartya Sen 23.1.2015 FrontLine: Economy
ON October 14 at about 5-15 a.m., the telephone rang in Amartya Sen’s hotel room in New York. Sen, who was in New York to speak at the United Nations at a memorial meeting for his classmate and ol...
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UN Messenger of Peace honoured for anti-hunger efforts 23.1.2015 Sify News
New York, Jan 23 (IBNS) UN Messenger of Peace recognized for work to United Nations Messenger of Peace Princess Haya Al Hussein, of Jordan, was on Thursday awarded the 2015 Hunger Hero Award by the UN World Food Programme (WFP) during a ceremony at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
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UN Messenger of Peace honoured for anti-hunger efforts 23.1.2015 New Kerala: World News
Read Full story of 'UN Messenger of Peace honoured for anti-hunger efforts' at newkerala.com.
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Consortium of young scientists to achieve ‘Zero Hunger’ goal 22.1.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Consortium of young scientists to achieve ‘Zero Hunger’ goal
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No polio, hunger-free Africa: Gates Foundation says lives of poor will improve in the next 15 yrs 22.1.2015 FirstPost: India

The $42 billion Gates Foundation says the lives of poor people around the world will improve more over the next 15 years "than at any time in history."

The post No polio, hunger-free Africa: Gates Foundation says lives of poor will improve in the next 15 yrs appeared first on Firstpost.

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Consortium of young scientists to achieve ‘Zero Hunger’ goal 22.1.2015 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
The 6th Indian Youth Congress has resolved to set up a consortium of young scientists – ‘Youth against hunger’, to achieve the goal of ‘Zero Hunger’ by 2025.At the end of 6th Indian Youth Sc...
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Young scientists gear up to meet food security challenge 22.1.2015 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
A young agriculture graduate, working on a project to mitigate hunger among Jaunsari tribals in Uttarakhand, has proposed an inter-tribal network based on the community farming concept.Aravi...
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UK doctors transplant organs from newborn 21.1.2015 TOI: All Headlines
UK doctors transplant organs from newborn
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Sarpanch aspirants relive Naxal nightmare 21.1.2015 Asian Age: India
Around 130 sarpanch aspirants had to fight cold and hunger for five days after being held hostage by Maoists in a dense forest in Chhattisgarh’s insurgency-wracked Sukma district recently. The panchayat poll candidates, who were set free on January 15 with a warning not to contest the ensuing rural local bodies elections, scheduled to be held in the state in four phases from end of this month, narrated their nightmarish experience while they were in the rebel custody in January 9-15. “We were herded to the core of forest near Gonguda hill range and made to sit under trees. We reached the area after sunset. We did not have additional clothes or food with us. We were given the impression that we will be let off after a meeting with Naxals. “But we came to realise that we had been held hostage after we reached near the Gonguda hill. We started shivering as night temperature dipped to around 4-5 degrees Celsius. We had to fight cold and hunger the whole night. “The next day, some kids came with utensils, ...
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India tops malnutrition chart in south Asia 21.1.2015 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
Severe acute malnutrition should be recognized as a medical emergency with one million children under five dying in India due to malnutrition related causes, say ...
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Sarpanch aspirants relive Naxal nightmare 21.1.2015 Asian Age: India
Around 130 sarpanch aspirants had to fight cold and hunger for five days after being held hostage by Maoists in a dense forest in Chhattisgarh’s insurgency-wracked Sukma district recently. The panchayat poll candidates, who were set free on January 15 with a warning not to contest the ensuing rural local bodies elections, scheduled to be held in the state in four phases from end of this month, narrated their nightmarish experience while they were in the rebel custody in January 9-15. “We were herded to the core of forest near Gonguda hill range and made to sit under trees. We reached the area after sunset. We did not have additional clothes or food with us. We were given the impression that we will be let off after a meeting with Naxals. “But we came to realise that we had been held hostage after we reached near the Gonguda hill. We started shivering as night temperature dipped to around 4-5 degrees Celsius. We had to fight cold and hunger the whole night. “The next day, some kids came with utensils, ...
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Doctors perform first organ transplant from new born in UK 20.1.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Doctors perform first organ transplant from new born in UK
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Nigerians face killings, hunger in Boko Haram's 'state'; Militants want to revive a medieval caliphate 20.1.2015 DNA: Bangalore
Nigerians face killings, hunger in Boko Haram's 'state'; Militants want to revive a medieval caliphate
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Poverty-induced undernutrition serious challenge: Swaminathan 20.1.2015 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
‘Food-cum-drug approach best to treat chronic diseases’
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Make chiki for export! 20.1.2015 Telegraph: Opinion
Atal Bihari Vajpayee was an imaginative politician; but in some respects he was quite conventional. When he met his Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council in the late 1990s, he gave its members cashew nuts with tea and coffee. He listened to us for a couple of hours, thanked us, and then went back to prime ministering.
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Nigerians face killings, hunger in Boko Haram's 'state' 20.1.2015 Zee News : World
 Boko Haram says it is building an Islamic state that will revive the glory days of northern Nigeria`s medieval Muslim empires, but for those in its territory life is a litany of killings, kidnappings, hunger and economic collapse.
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