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Category: Hunger
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Starving leopard strays into Pune locality, dies after capture 30.1.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
It was a cruel end to a prize catch. A combined effort put in by personnel from Pune Municipal corporation...
No starvation death in Bundelkhand: CM 30.1.2008 Hindu: Other States
Announces many development schemes for the district
Mahatma's quest 29.1.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
He walked in silence, preparing his heart for the prayer that he was about to offer.
Poultry deaths due to starvation: Tamil Nadu Govt 29.1.2008 TOI: India
Monthly tests of random serum samples have revealed that there was no bird-flu outbreak in the state, Animal Husbandry Minister Geetha Jeevan has said.
Poultry deaths due to starvation: Tamil Nadu Government 29.1.2008 New Indian Express
Poultry deaths due to starvation: Tamil Nadu Government
Poultry deaths due to starvation: TN govt 29.1.2008 IndiaInfo.com
Tamil Nadu government today said some poultry deaths reported from Devedanampatti and Bodinayakanoor in Theni district were caused due to starvation and there was not a single case of bird flu.
UPA govt an unnatural alliance: BJP 28.1.2008 The Statesman
UPA govt an unnatural alliance: BJP
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India home to a quarter of world's hungry 26.1.2008 CNN-IBN: India
HUNGER PANGS: The per capita availability of food grains has declined from 510 grams in 1991 to 422 grams in 2005.Ironically, people who grow the food are fighting hunger.
India is home to a quarter of world's hungry 26.1.2008 CNN-IBN Top Stories
HUNGER PANGS: The per capita availability of food grains has declined from 510 grams in 1991 to 422 grams in 2005.There is a large section of the country fighting a never ending battle against hunger.
India is home to a quarter of world's hungry 26.1.2008 CNN-IBN: India
HUNGER PANGS: The per capita availability of food grains has declined from 510 grams in 1991 to 422 grams in 2005.There is a large section of the country fighting a never ending battle against hunger.
Beyond RTI 25.1.2008 Mint: Latest
In the third year of the Act, follow-up action against the corrupt is a must
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Women panchayatiraj members attack two-child norm 24.1.2008 The Statesman
Women panchayatiraj members attack two-child norm
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When hunger kills 24.1.2008 TOI: Editorial
When we try to understand what any of the commonly used terms such as progress, economic growth and development mean to average Indians, it is clear that it is being able to provide a better life for their children.
The feelgood factor 23.1.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
When catastrophic floods hit Bangladesh last November, TNT's emergency-response team was ready. The logistics giant, with headquarters in Amsterdam, has 50 people on standby to intervene anywhere in the world at 48 hours' notice.
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Provide relief to Bundelkhand 23.1.2008 Central Chronicle
Provide relief to Bundelkhand
DMs told to monitor drought relief work 23.1.2008 Hindu: New Delhi
UP Government releases Rs. 151 crore for Bundelkhand region
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Starvation deaths: Governor holds UP DMs responsible 22.1.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
Uttar Pradesh Governor T V Rajeswar advocated strict action against district officers, holding them responsible for the death of people in the state...
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Karuna: Kanimozhi not in Cabinet hurry 22.1.2008 Asian Age: India
By OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Chennai, Jan. 22: Tamil Nadu chief minister M. Karunanidhi has put an end to speculation that his MP-daughter Kanimozhi might be inducted into the Cabinet at the Centre in the near future. "She does not want a Cabinet berth now. Reports that she would be made a Union minister are nothing but rumours and guesswork," Mr Karunanidhi wrote in the DMK mouthpiece Murasoli. He said his daughter did not want to become a minister now and was not in a hurry to be inducted into the Cabinet. "There is no truth in the reports appearing in some newspapers which seem to consider sensationalism as their only principal investment," he said in an apparent reference to Tamizhosai, run by PMK founder-leader Dr S. ...
Cows of Rameswaram temple to be shifted to another site 22.1.2008 TOI: India
The Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowment Board Chief Engineer Panneerselvam inspected the cattle shed in the temple premises where 24 cows had reportedly died during the past one week.
BEWARE OF IMPENDING FOOD CRISIS 22.1.2008 Star of Mysore
BEWARE OF IMPENDING FOOD CRISIS
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