User: indiatogether Topic: Human Rights
Category: Hunger
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UN body looking at improving food quality 3.6.2008 Business Standard
UN body looking at improving food quality
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Battle against hunger 3.6.2008 Hindu: Book Review
Shifting paradigms of food security and the impact of trade liberalisation on it
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Food summit to reflect on neglect of farming in poor countries 2.6.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
Ferried in by helicopters and boats or loaded on the backs of yaks and elephants, massive amounts of food aid have reached millions...
Walk to end child hunger 2.6.2008 New Indian Express
Walk to end child hunger
Global food crisis and Indian response 2.6.2008 Hindu: Opinion
It is hoped that at the Rome Conference on world food security, Indian representatives will serve as a bright affirming flame in the midst of the sea of despair we see around us.
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The Tumultuous Prophet 2.6.2008 Outlook
His own judges were the first to be baffled. A revolution was born on stage.
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World leaders to hold crisis talks on food security 1.6.2008 New Kerala: World News
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Cover Story: HUNGER’S MANY FACES 1.6.2008 The Statesman
Cover Story: HUNGER’S MANY FACES
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They lock on to the NREGA 31.5.2008 India Together
The complaints are many and often justified. People are sometimes exasperated by the way the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme works. But there is unanimity on its worth and value, writes P Sainath.
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NREGA hits buses to Mumbai 31.5.2008 Hindu: Opinion
The programme is “life-saving.” This time round, the poor have slightly more money than they did earlier. But all prices are up.
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Did walking begin with a chance shuffle? 30.5.2008 New Kerala: World News
Did walking begin with a chance shuffle? 30.5.2008 Sify News
It was perhaps when he stood up on his hind legs to reach for an overhanging fruit that the ancestor of primates and humans inadvertently learnt to walk upright.
World leaders to discuss food crisis at Rome summit 30.5.2008 ET: Indicators
It has been described as a global crisis pushing 100 million people into hunger, threatening to stoke social and political turmoil and set the fight against world poverty back by seven years.
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Coming together for a noble purpose 30.5.2008 Hindu: Karnataka
Bangalore: Thousands of people — many of whom can no longer afford basic foods at their local markets — will join the UN World Food Programme (WFP) and its corporate partners, TNT and Unilever, in a global walk to raise awareness ...
Global food prices will ease, but stay high: OECD 29.5.2008 IndiaInfo.com
Global food prices will fall from record peaks in the next few years, but the cost of feeding the family will still be far higher than in the past decade, an international study forecast today.
Women make a difference in Gurjar protests 28.5.2008 CNN-IBN: India
MORAL BOOST: It is the colourful attire and spirit of the women that is giving the struggle a boost.This year, women have joined the Gurjar protest and have planned it better.
Child hunger deaths: Awareness stressed 27.5.2008 New Indian Express
Child hunger deaths: Awareness stressed
The 'Stuffed and Starved' food chain 26.5.2008 IndiaInfo.com
Raj Patel’s surprise bestseller lays bare a twisted global food system which leaves one billion overweight people and 850mn hungry
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Centre shy of getting black money out? 26.5.2008 Central Chronicle
Centre shy of getting black money out?
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Pope calls for combating global hunger, loyalty of Chinese Catholics 25.5.2008 New Kerala: World News
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