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Category: Hunger
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India scores low in hunger index 12.11.2007 Business Standard
India scores low in hunger index
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Death knell for handlooms? 11.11.2007 Hindu: Sunday Magazine
Changing lifestyles and market structures mean that weaving is not a viable profession anymore. What’s the way out?
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Girl's suicide indicts Philippine anti-poverty programme 10.11.2007 India eNews: Top Headlines
The suicide of a 12-year-old girl who had lost hope about her family's chances of rising out of poverty has become more than just a sad and shocking story in the Philippines.
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Internet game raises 1 n grain for UNWFP 10.11.2007 IndiaInfo.com
An Internet game in which a website donates 10 grains of rice to the United Nations World Food Programme which has surpassed the one billion grain threshold in a month's time.
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Internet game raises one billion grain for UNWFP in 30 days 10.11.2007 PTI: Top News

New York, Nov 10 (PTI) An Internet game in which a website donates 10 grains of rice to the United Nations World Food Programme for every vocabulary question answered correctly by the participants has surpassed the one billion grain threshold...

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Comfort food for body & soul 10.11.2007 Deccan Herald
Comfort food for body & soul
Up in arms against hunger and deprivation 10.11.2007 Hindu: New Delhi
NEW DELHI: MCKS Food for the Hungry Foundation, a non-profit relief and charitable outfit, organised an interactive session on “Food Security” at Delhi University’s Janaki Devi College here on Thursday. The initiative ...
Outrage as Australian girl, 7, starves to death 7.11.2007 DNA: Top News
A seven-year-old Australian girl allegedly starved to death despite the fact community workers had been monitoring her family for most of her short life, reports said.
Better Times Ahead 7.11.2007 The Statesman
Better Times Ahead
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North biofuel appetite causing South starvation 7.11.2007 Hindu: Opinion
Developing nations are being pushed to grow crops for ethanol, rather than food, all thanks to political expediency.
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Of monkeys and men: A parable of our times 6.11.2007 Mint: Political Economy
All over Delhi, from Raisina Hills to the IGI Airport, monkeys have been terrorizing everyone, be it bureaucrats, army officials, school children, housewives or tourists
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
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