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Category: Hunger
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The invisible half 3.11.2007 India Together
Almost one in every two children under three years of age is hungry. This is the invisible half of our population, people who disappear from our consciousness until they die in large numbers, writes Kalpana Sharma.
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Indexing inhumanity, Indian style 3.11.2007 India Together
It took minutes for the top guns to swing into action when the Sensex fell by several hundred points. But no Minister came forward to calm the nation when India hit the 94th rank in the Global Hunger Index, writes P Sainath.
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‘Lessons from the Green Revolution not learnt’ 3.11.2007 Hindu: Karnataka
BANGALORE: The real reason for the deepening hunger crisis in India is the Government’s decision to turn back on the lessons from the Green Revolution, and the liberalisation of the economy which began in the nineties, Utsa Patnaik, ...
View Point: Feed people, not cars  1.11.2007 Central Chronicle
View Point: Feed people, not cars 
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Ration rage 31.10.2007 DNA: Opinion
It is almost a month now since the 'ration riots' started in West Bengal. The riots started with three incidents on September 16 in Bankura.
Corrections and clarifications 31.10.2007 Hindu: Opinion
A report “BJP, JD(S) parade legislators” (October 30, 2007, page 1) gave the name of the Karnataka BJP leader as B.S. Yeddyurappa A New Delhi report, “BJP, Congress trade charges” and the caption of the ...
The 'invisible' half 30.10.2007 India Together - Women

Almost one in every two children under three years of age is hungry. This is the invisible half of our population, people who disappear from our consciousness until they die in large numbers, writes Kalpana Sharma.
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A most peculiar man 30.10.2007 Sify News
Did you know Maninder Singh Bhander? Yes, in Delhi. No, no! Not Maninder Singh Pandher, the accused in the Noida murders of Nithari’s children. This is Maninder Singh Bhander.
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Learn from Ethiopia 30.10.2007 New Indian Express
Learn from Ethiopia
Brain scans of obese show hunger hormone at work 30.10.2007 Oneindia.in: News

WASHINGTON, Oct 29 (Reuters) Giving the body's natural appetite suppressant to morbidly obese volunteers de-activated their brain's response to tasty food -- and the new brain activity lasted for as long as the hormone was delivered, US researchers reported on Monday.
Indexing inhumanity 29.10.2007 Hindu: Opinion
This refers to the article ‘Indexing inhumanity, Indian style’ (Oct. 26). For progress to reach the people in the villages, where a large chunk of our population lives, the agriculture sector must grow. While the policies relating ...
Sreelatha Menon: Let them eat cash? 28.10.2007 Business Standard
Sreelatha Menon: Let them eat cash?
Suspected starvation death in GK 28.10.2007 Hindu: New Delhi
NEW DELHI: A 45-year-old man was found dead at his Greater Kailash Part-II residence here over the weekend. The police suspect that he died of starvation. The deceased was identified as Maninder Singh Bhander. He used to live alone in the ...
Is the media watching poverty enough? 27.10.2007 India Together
If our media can provide regular updates on the stock markets, foreign exchange and bullion rates, weather, pollution, etc., surely they can add a poverty watch? The International Day for the Eradication of Poverty passed on 17 October, and Ammu Joseph scanned the national press from Bangalore.
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Rioters against ration dealers 27.10.2007 India Together
Agitators in West Bengal have squarely accused the ration dealers of manipulating the supplies of wheat and rice for the open market by selling them at higher prices. Many of the ration dealers are themselves ruling party functionaries presiding over panchayat bodies. Shoma Chatterji has more.
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Ethiopia manages hunger better than India 27.10.2007 New Indian Express
Ethiopia manages hunger better than India
Need for self-effort 27.10.2007 Hindu: Weather-Etc
CHENNAI: There is a saying that if a person attains Self-realisation generations of his lineage before and after him become blessed. It is logical to doubt how this can be possible as ignorance, which is the cause of bondage, afflicts every ...
Be afraid! Be very afraid! 26.10.2007 Rediff: News
The world's callous attitude towards the environment could result in the destruction of the human race says The United Nations Environment Progamme's GEO-4 report.
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PDS: Bridging the gap better 26.10.2007 Sify Finance
With India entering the club of rapidly growing economies, the Public Distribution System has been fading into the background.
PDS: Bridging the gap better 26.10.2007 HBL: Opinion
With India entering the club of rapidly growing economies, the Public Distribution System has been fading into the background. However, given the dichotomy between a rapidly growing urban India and a rural hinterland marked by neglect, new ...
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