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Resurgent India goes to bed hungry 14.10.2007 TOI: India
India may be the world's second fastest growing economy but it is still ranked 94th, well behind China and Pakistan, on Global Hunger Index 2007.
Resurgent India goes to bed hungry 14.10.2007 TOI: The United States
India may be the world's second fastest growing economy but it is still ranked 94th, well behind China and Pakistan, on Global Hunger Index 2007.
A wake-up call on millennium goals 14.10.2007 Indian Express
A wake-up call on millennium goals
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A wake-up call on millennium goals 13.10.2007 The Indian Express -- Front Page
This is a busy season in more ways than one. Adding to the plethora of reports from various agencies comes a joint report from the Asian Development Bank...
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India on track to achieve MDGs: IFPRI 13.10.2007 Financial Express
India on track to achieve MDGs: IFPRI
India ranks 94th in global list, trails behind China; Libya on top 13.10.2007 Mint: Political Economy
The Global Hunger Index 2007 was calculated on the basis of data from the period between 2000 and 2005
India will halve its hunger by 2015: Study 12.10.2007 Business Standard
India will halve its hunger by 2015: Study
politics of promises 11.10.2007 New Indian Express
politics of promises
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Voicing her thoughts 9.10.2007 Hindu:Metro Plus: Chennai
Paule Constant’s ‘Trading Secrets’ won her the Prix Goncourt
India not likely to meet 2015 targets 9.10.2007 Mint: Human Development
Mid-point scorecard has the country well behind on poverty and hunger reduction; doing well on HIV, primary schooling
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Driven to despair by hunger, man wants to be jailed 7.10.2007 Hindu: National
Balasore: A young man, who said he wanted to go to prison here in Orissa as he “did not want to go hungry as his father abandoned his family to marry another woman”, was on Saturday stopped from doing so. Official sources said ...
The ‘invisible’ half 7.10.2007 Hindu: Sunday Magazine
In a country where the stock markets see unbelievable growth rates, one child in every two goes hungry.
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Could India become a bread basket? 6.10.2007 Financial Express: Front Page
Paradoxical as it is, food security and nutritional adequacy in a society do not correlate with how long agriculture has been practiced there. Neither an abundance of seasonal variations nor the land mass being tilled contributes to the cornucopia.
MPs set politics aside to learn a Gujarat lesson on tackling malnutrition 5.10.2007 The Indian Express -- Front Page
They may not see eye to eye with the politics of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi. But a group of parliamentarians...
NREGA and rural employment: In Orissa, corruption robs the poor 5.10.2007 HBL: Industry & Economy
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India’s food security future grim: Expert 4.10.2007 Hindustan Times: India
The expert says if India does not produce 100 mn tonnes of wheat by 2020, the Govt will have to shell out Rs 40,000 crore to import the food grain, reports Sutirtho Patranobis.
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Special Article 3.10.2007 The Statesman
Special Article
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Double blow to closed garden 3.10.2007 Telegraph: North Bengal
Shikarpur and Bhandapur Tea Estate in Jalpaiguri district will not open on October 5 as promised by Gopinath Das, the self-announced new owner of the garden that has been closed since October 2005.
Lack of flood relief f may result in epidemic : MP 2.10.2007 The Statesman
Lack of flood relief f may result in epidemic : MP
‘Save my children from starvation death’ 28.9.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
A poor woman has offered to give her three daughters for adoption
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