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Category: Hunger
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State Pulse: Andhra pradesh: Hanging by thread   23.4.2008 Central Chronicle
State Pulse: Andhra pradesh: Hanging by thread  
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View Point: Iraq War: Qaeda crumbled..(II)  23.4.2008 Central Chronicle
View Point: Iraq War: Qaeda crumbled..(II) 
Another Paharia woman dies of starvation 23.4.2008 TOI: Cities
Paharia, died in Dumka Sadar Hospital on Sunday as she was admitted here in a critical situation due to starvation for the last several days.
Silent tsunami to hit millions 23.4.2008 Telegraph: International
London, April 22 (Reuters): A"silent tsunami" unleashed by costlier food threatens 100 million people, the UN said today, but views differed on how to stop it.
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Global food crisis a silent tsunami: WFP 22.4.2008 New Kerala: World News
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European hunger boosts McDonald's profits 22.4.2008 New Kerala: World News
European hunger boosts McDonald's profits 22.4.2008 DNA: Money
US fast food chain McDonald's Corp. reported Tuesday that strong business in Europe helped to propel first-quarter net profits by 16 percent to $946.1 million.
The silent tsunami 21.4.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
Pictures of hunger usually show passive eyes and swollen bellies. The harvest fails because of war or strife; the onset of crisis is sudden and localised. Its burden falls on those already at the margin.
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Clean fuel campaign prompts backlash from developing nations 21.4.2008 New Kerala: World News
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Growth that glitters is not all gold 21.4.2008 The Assam Tribune
Growth that glitters is not all gold
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To fill gas tanks or to fill stomachs? 21.4.2008 IndiaInfo.com
Efforts by industrialised countries to reduce their dependence on foreign energy sources and cut climate-changing emissions has prompted a strong backlash from some developing nations dealing.
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The new face of hunger 20.4.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
This food crisis is different. It is occurring in many countries simultaneously, the first time that has happened since the early 1970s. And it is affecting people not usually hit by famines
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Between a rock and a hard place 19.4.2008 India Together - Agriculture

The nations that taught us that state meddling in economic matters was blasphemy are now nationalising banks, bailing out brigands, and pouring in funds to stop factories from closing down. But a few true believers are still holding out, against all the evidence, writes P Sainath.
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Temple peacock's death sparks row 19.4.2008 New Indian Express
Temple peacock's death sparks row
'Beyond a point money can become a source of worry' 19.4.2008 Rediff: GetAhead
On April 7 we asked readers if money can buy happiness. our readers seem to have had differing opinions on the matter. Here's what they had to say.
Bamboo flowers play Pied Piper, rats set off famine scare in northeast 18.4.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
The blooming of rare bamboo flowers in India's remote northeast has created an army of rodents that is devouring rice crops, setting off a famine scare, officials said on Friday.
France double its emergency food aid 18.4.2008 IndiaInfo.com
France today pledged to double its emergency food aid in 2008,as the United Nations agency charged with relieving world hunger made a second urgent appeal for funds inside a month.
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India, Brazil sign four agreements 17.4.2008 Sify News
India and Brazil have inked four agreements, including an extradition treaty and an MoU for cooperation in the oil and natural gas sector, cementing the relations between the two emerging economic powers.
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India, Brazil ink extradition treaty 17.4.2008 IndiaInfo.com
India and Brazil have inked four agreements, including an extradition treaty and an MoU for cooperation in the oil and natural gas sector.
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Free lunch scheme for the poor launched 17.4.2008 Hindu: New Delhi
‘Aap Ki Rasoi’ aims at eliminating hunger from the streets of Delhi
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