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'People want only development now and not agitations'

‘It was my first meeting with him (Narendra Modi) after he took over, and it was only a courtesy call. He had taken charge only three days before I met him. So, I did not go there to discuss......

President Pranab's address to Parliament: The transcript

President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday addressed the first joint sitting of Parliament as mandatorily required under the Constitution after the general elections. The address is the political,......

2014 poll: Which party will be most friendly to women's causes?

2014 will be a watershed election. Much is at stake and much needs to be changed. Women need their voice to be heard and they need representation with real power, says Sunanda Vashist. It is no......

PM on Modi: I take my opponents very seriously

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday disagreed with those in the Congress who were dismissive of the challenge posed by Narendra Modi but asserted that the party would approach the 2014 Lok......

How the government suppresses dissent

The mother of intolerance is the Union home ministry, run by ultra-conservative bureaucrats who are inclined to take a hard line on matters ranging from fighting insurgencies to putting citizens......

Why did Chidambaram shut down New Delhi?

Essentially, the Congress has insulated India’s turn to welfarism from being chipped away by successor governments in the cleverest possible way, says Mihir S Sharma. Interim Budgets are not......

Things you must know about the Land Acquisition Bill

The Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Bill, 2012. The Bill will replace the existing Land Acquisition Act, 1894. State still holds......

COLUMN: Open fight over sustainability

Millions of people are still struggling to meet their basic needs for food, water and livelihoods and eco-systems are also being devastated, both by industry and competition for survival at the......

Budget 2013: What the farmers expect

I want this, we want this, she wants this, they want this. . . there’s no dearth of voices before the annual Union Budget.Industry bodies, lobbyists and anyone with access to a computer at......

World Bank finances Rs 224 bn worth projects in India

Seven World Bank-sponsored projects, worth about Rs 22,426 crore (Rs 224.26 billion), are being implemented across the country to improve delivery in centrally-funded schemes and meet other......

Vikram is the youth envoy of UN Habitat

Catch the action in the Tamil film industry right here! Tamil actor Vikram has been selected as the Youth Envoy for the UN Habitat (United Nations Human Settlement Programme). Out of the four......

  People speak for national rural livelihoods project

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Q. Questions related to \"The World Bank predicts that global demand for food will double by 2030. Some have argued that the future will bring serious food shortages as countries fail to improve agricultural productivity. Others argue that mankind has historically been able to avoid food shortages by using technology. Providing facts and figures, take a stand on the issue.\"
:  A. Globally there will be enough food for a growing world population by the year 2030, but hundreds of millions of people in developing countries will...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/questions-related-to-quotthe-world-bank-predicts-that-global//answers/16520678

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Agri dept bans machines for Padkai

By: Sandip Dighe This marks the first admission by the State that the implementation of the scheme was flawed Clearly feeling the heat of the... ...

http://www.punemirror.in/pune/civic/Agri-dept-bans-machines-for-Padkai/articleshow/41545043.cms
FAO

The gradual recovery and gains made since the end of the famine in 2012 are being lost as poor rains, conflict, trade disruptions and reduced... ...

http://www.indiainfoline.com/article/news-top-story/over-1mn-people-in-somalia-face-acute-food-insecurity-as-food-crisis-worsens-fao-114090200102_1.html
Govt eyes parallel rural-urban infrastructure growth

Having targeted strengtheningof urban infrastructure, the government is now all set to work on the improvement of rural infrastructure so as to... ...

http://iceconnect.eletsonline.com/2014/09/government-trains-its-guns-towards-rural-infrastructure/
Let the agriculture sector be the economy booster

When we know that every second Indian earns livelihood from agriculture and allied activities, that agricultural growth rate determines the prices... ...

http://www.merinews.com/article/let-the-agriculture-sector-be-the-economy-booster/15900359.shtml
Large-scale partnerships with the private sector could undermine Africans land rights, drive inequality and damage the environment

Posted September 1st, 2014 by Oxfam in Printer-friendly versionPDF version "...the downside risks of this approach are huge particularly for... ...

http://www.pressreleasepoint.com/large-scale-partnerships-private-sector-could-undermine-africans-land-rights-drive-inequality-and-da

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