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Category: Hunger
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They drink water not to slake thirst, but to beat hunger! 21.9.2007 New Indian Express
They drink water not to slake thirst, but to beat hunger!
No immediate plans to give food coupons 21.9.2007 ET: Food
The Government today said it had no immediate plans to provide food coupons to people belonging to the poor and weaker sections.
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'Bird flu, crop shortfall may affect India' 21.9.2007 ET: Agriculture
India may have to face repeated outbreaks of bird flu and lose as much as 125 million tonnes of its food production due to climate change.
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Shabana to plead for food at the UN 19.9.2007 India eNews: Top Headlines
Bollywood actress and social activist Shabana Azmi will join several eminent activists from across the world at the UN headquarters in New York, Sep 22-26, to plead for food for the entire globe.
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Shabana to plead for food at the UN 19.9.2007 Hindustan Times: India
Bollywood actress and social activist Shabana Azmi will join several eminent activists from across the world at the UN to plead for food for poor nations.
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TODAY'S EDITORIAL: Hunger Pangs 18.9.2007 TOI: Editorial
Rs 31,500-crore PDS scam is an act of treason.
Shabana Azmi joins HungerFree campaign in New York 17.9.2007 Mint: Human Development
Campaigners from across the globe will protest outside the UN at Ralph Bunche Plaza from 18-21September, demanding that the right to food be met
Land of SEZ: farmers' loss, industrialists' gain 17.9.2007 The Navhind Times
Land of SEZ: farmers' loss, industrialists' gain
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Starvation death 15.9.2007 Hindu: Other States
IMPHAL: A patient at the State government-run Tuberculosis Hospital, Chingmeirong, here has reportedly died of starvation. Yumnam Amu, 41, of Soibam Leikai, was cycle rickshaw puller. He was admitted to the hospital some weeks ago. It ...
Many out of work as 7 tea gardens are shut 15.9.2007 Asian Age: India
By MANOJ ANAND Guwahati, Sept. 14: Poor infrastructure, floods and financial crunch have lead to closure of at least seven tea gardens in Assam’s Barrak valley currently reeling under the fury of devastating floods. Disclosing this to this newspaper here on Friday the secretary of the Tea Association of India Mr D. Deka feared that some more gardens would be forced to close down. Suggesting the government to taking immediate steps to provide relief to labourers to avoid starvation, he said that the government should also send medical teams to the gardens to prevent outbreak of any water borne diseases. Admitting that devastating floods was immediate reasons for the closure of seven gardens, he said: "The disruption of train services to the ...
Barak Valley TEs facing severe fund crunch 14.9.2007 The Assam Tribune
Barak Valley TEs facing severe fund crunch
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Cholera epidemic: Bhakta Charan Das plans agitation from Sept. 17 14.9.2007 Hindu: Other States
BHUBANESWAR: Former Union Minister and convenor of Green Kalahandi Bhakta Charan Das on Thursday criticised the Naveen Patnaik Government for its failure to deal with the ongoing cholera epidemic and food scarcity in the tribal-dominated ...
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'Starved' family in Bankura gets help 10.9.2007 Telegraph: North Bengal
The Bankura administration sent a medical team to Shamsood Sheikh's house and took his wife and their three daughters to a health centre for check-up three days after he allegedly starved to death.
Relief rain comes two days too late 10.9.2007 Telegraph: Bengal
The Bankura administration sent a medical team to Shamsood Sheikh's house and took his wife and their three daughters to a health centre for check-up three days after he allegedly starved to death.
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Malnutrition takes its toll in Mohana 9.9.2007 The Statesman
Malnutrition takes its toll in Mohana
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Bankura death fans starvation fear 9.9.2007 Telegraph: Bengal
A 50-year-old daily labourer has died in a Bankura village, allegedly of starvation.
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Starvation case: Teacher suspended 9.9.2007 TOI: Cities
Raibhan Tembhurne, who was accused of starving his daughter to death, has been suspended by the Zilla Parishad education officer.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT 4.9.2007 Deccan Herald
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
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Only suffering blooms in tea gardens 4.9.2007 Hindustan Times: India
A delegation says the financial package announced by Commerce Minister Jairam Ramesh for rehabilitation of tea plantation workers concentrates on owners and not workers, reports Kumkum Chadha.
Protest over starvation death 3.9.2007 Hindu: New Delhi
NEW DELHI: To highlight the recent death of an educated young woman due to starvation and malnutrition, the Pragtisheel Mahila Sangathan held a dharna at Jantar Mantar here over the weekend. To ensure such an incident of death due to ...
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