User: indiatogether Topic: Human Rights
Category: Hunger
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The Bull, The Bear, The Siege & Mr Croc 14.4.2008 ET: Big Bucks: Investment
For traders, weaned on a diet of relentless action and huge price swings since the beginning of the bull run, last week must have been terribly boring.
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D Ravi Kanth: Long march to Lisbon 24.6.2008 Business Standard
D Ravi Kanth: Long march to Lisbon
Food crisis mounts pressure on G8 to deliver in Africa 24.6.2008 New Kerala: World News
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From market yard to the police yard 24.6.2008 India Together
Fertilizer shortages have sparked unrest across large swathes of rural Maharashtra and other States as well. In Washim, every constable and officer is deployed right within the police compound, distributing fertilizer. P Sainath reports.
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All Quiet On The Gaza Front 23.6.2008 Outlook
The aim of the war was to topple the Hamas government in the Gaza Strip and to destroy the organization itself. This has not been attained. Hamas is stronger than ever, and its hold on the Strip is solid. Even in Israel that is not questioned...
Year of the rats 22.6.2008 Telegraph: Opinion
It may sound suspiciously like the nursery rhyme about the three blind mice, but be warned. This one deals with farmers chopping off 14.56 lakh tails of rats, and counting…
Shed a tear for Varanasi's famed handloom weavers 22.6.2008 India E-News: Asia
At the age of two, Shaheena looks just a few months old and weighs an apologetic three kilogram. She lives in a dark, cave-like room in the Dhannipur area of this pilgrim town.
Eating enough 22.6.2008 Indian Express
Eating enough
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Adopt capitalism 22.6.2008 The Pioneer
Adopt capitalism
Eating enough 21.6.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
To prevent reactive hypoglycaemia you should eat small frequent meals, high in proteins along with complex carbohydrates to maintain a slow, steady release and uptake of glucose
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Poor quality food may be isolated incidents: Shantaram 21.6.2008 The Navhind Times
Poor quality food may be isolated incidents: Shantaram
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Thousands rescued from swirling floodwaters (Roundup) 19.6.2008 New Kerala: India News
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Exercise does not reduce hunger in obese women 18.6.2008 New Indian Express
Exercise does not reduce hunger in obese women
Exercise does not reduce hunger in obese women 18.6.2008 New Kerala: Health News
Hunger can wait 18.6.2008 Frontline
Hunger can wait
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In Mumbai, a restaurant row with drive-through charity 18.6.2008 Mint: Human Development
Donations made by passers-by buy food for the hungry at eateries that have been in Mahim for decades
At Turtle Bay and deep Africa 18.6.2008 Mint: Their View
The United Nations is the ultimate global soft power, says its secretary general
Aid group calls for probe of massacre 17.6.2008 IndiaInfo.com
An international aid group urged leading donor nations today to jointly investigate the 2006 massacre of 17 of its workers in eastern Sri Lanka.
The world on collision course 17.6.2008 The Assam Tribune
The world on collision course
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For a fistful of rice in times of votebank politics 17.6.2008 Mint: Political Economy
India may have prospered considerably since the appalling age of annual famines, but pockets of acute hunger such as Kankuan and Natarra still exist
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