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Category: Hunger
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Food summit trying to hammer out stand on combating hunger 5.6.2008 New Kerala: World News
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Walking for a cause 5.6.2008 Deccan Herald
Walking for a cause
Capturing imagination of stakeholders: National Rural Employment Guarantee Act 27.11.2007 Down to Earth
BOOK>> Capturing Imagination of Stakeholders: National Rural Employment Guarantee Act • by K S Gopal • Centre for Environment Concerns (CEC) • Hyderabad • 2007 Sandip Das While launching the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (nrega) in Andhra Pradesh on February 2, 2006, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said, “The programme would unlock the potential of the rural po
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Fight against hunger 'cannot fail' : UN chief 4.6.2008 New Kerala: World News
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Mugabe rejects Ban's UN envoy proposal 4.6.2008 New Kerala: World News
Poverty, starvation stalk Bengal tea garden workers 4.6.2008 India eNews: Top Headlines
The cup that cheers is bringing woes to the thousands who work in West Bengal's tea gardens, with poverty, malnutrition and starvation deaths making life a living hell for plantation workers in the state's northern parts.
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Petrol up by Rs 5/ltr, diesel by Rs 3/ltr 4.6.2008 Express India-- Front Page
Govt raises petrol and diesel prices by about 10 pc, more than expected, curbing losses at public sector oil companies.
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Poverty, starvation stalk Bengal tea garden workers 4.6.2008 New Kerala: West Bengal
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Poverty, starvation stalk Bengal tea garden workers 4.6.2008 India E-News: Asia
The cup that cheers is bringing woes to the thousands who work in West Bengal's tea gardens, with poverty, malnutrition and starvation deaths making life a living hell for plantation workers in the state's northern parts.Trade union sources estimate that abject poverty has driven 1,800 tea garden workers in north Bengal to death in the last three to four years.
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Poverty, starvation stalk Bengal tea garden workers 4.6.2008 New Kerala: West Bengal
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Poverty, starvation stalk Bengal tea garden workers 4.6.2008 India E-News: Asia
The cup that cheers is bringing woes to the thousands who work in West Bengal's tea gardens, with poverty, malnutrition and starvation deaths making life a living hell for plantation workers in the state's northern parts.
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Farmers stare at season of hunger after long, dry spell 4.6.2008 The Telegraph : North East
Farmers stare at season of hunger after long, dry spell
Trade barriers blamed for food crisis 4.6.2008 Deccan Herald
Trade barriers blamed for food crisis
Cut trade curbs, end starvation: UN 4.6.2008 ET: Indicators
The UN urged a summit on the global food crisis to help stop the spread of starvation threatening 1 bn people.
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Food summit blames trade barriers for high prices 3.6.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
The United Nations urged a summit on the global food crisis on Tuesday to help stop the spread of starvation threatening nearly 1 billion people by lowering trade barriers and removing export bans.
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Mugabe presence at global hunger summit drops jaws 3.6.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
So what's wrong with a man accused of starving his people attending a global summit on world hunger? Plenty, say several of the leaders...
World needs USD 30 billion yearly to eradicate hunger 3.6.2008 New Kerala: World News
$15-20 bn a year needed to deal with food crisis 3.6.2008 Mint: Policy Tracker
UN calls for lower trade barriers and lifting of export bans as nearly one billion people face starvation
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Hunger is unacceptable in modern world: Pope 3.6.2008 New Kerala: World News
Only 3% of global arms bill can wipe off food crisis 3.6.2008 Rediff: News
More than 850 million hungry people around the globe can enjoy a better life if the world sets aside less than three per cent of what it spends on the purchase of arms every year, for the development of agriculture.Pointing out the stark realities of the wasteful spending, United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation director general Jacques Diouf on Tuesday appealed to world leaders for US$ 30 billion a year to re-launch agriculture and avert future threats.
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