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Railway orders enquiry into incident of food poisoning in Tejas express
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Railway orders enquiry into incident of food poisoning in Teja...

Railway has ordered an enquiry into the incident of food poisoning in Tejas express running between Karmali and Mumbai.The Ministry also served a show cause notice to catering contractor and said strict action will be taken if the contractor is found ... Business Standard, 1 day ago
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The banker who became an organic farmer

Deepak Gupta grows chemical-free food and wants farmers to go back to the practices they once knew but have forgotten, says Aditi Phadnis. IMAGE: "Natural farming uses desi Indian seeds and the crop itself serves as seed for the next crop; it is farming the way our ancestors used to do. True, labour costs are higher. But what you produce is pure and additive-free," says Deepak Gupta. Photograph: Reuters As career changes go, it is nothing short of dramatic. Banker Deepak Gupta has turned ...
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Rising food prices push India's Aug retail inflation to five-month high

Indias consumer price inflation rose more than expected to a five-month high in August, fuelled by strong gains in prices of food items, dampening chances of a rate cut by the central bank in a policy review next month amid weak economic growth. Indias ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Inflation seen at 5-month high, reveals poll  Deccan Herald1 month ago India August inflation seen at 5-month high on rising food costs: Reuters poll  Sify1 month ago Global food prices hit 31-month high in July: FAO  Business Standard2 months ago
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Historic India Club in London fights for survival

The India Club in London, a hub for Indian nationalists in the UK during the independence movement in the 1930s and 40s, is fighting for its survival after plans emerged for the building to be demolished internally. The Club has its roots in the India League, ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago India, Pak fight against ILO report on modern day slavery  DNA20 hours ago Morning News Call - India, September 20  Sify3 weeks ago Why India can't come to Rohingyas' rescue  Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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Now, self-flying drone to quickly deliver food, medicine

Scientists have developed an autonomous drone that uses cutting-edge technology to quickly deliver parcels such as letters, medicine, first-aid supplies and food weighing up to 500 grammes. The device will never get stuck in traffic, it is programmed to avoid ...
 DNA1 month ago

Health workers' protest sends traffic haywire

Vehicular movement in and around Freedom Park was disrupted on Thursday following an indefinite protest by thousands of Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHA), pressing the government to fulfil several of their demands including hike in remuneration, ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Noodling around in Spice Route: Food festival

Symphony no. 9, yes. Symphony no. 5, sure. But Noodle Symphony? There is no outdoing Beethoven when it comes to music. But Delhi-based chef Veena Arora has changed the goalpost. Her newly curated Noodle Symphony targets one's palate, and not the ears. And she ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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'Just like food and water, people need privacy'

'Transparency is us watching the government and not the government watching us.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Nikhil Dey was among the activists, apart from Aruna Roy, S Raju, K S Puttaswamy, Shanta Sinha and Kalyani Sen Menon, who challenged the validity of the Aadhaar scheme, saying it was violative of the right to privacy. On Thursday, August 24, a nine-judge Supreme Court bench ruled in favour of the civil rights crusaders, stating that privacy was indeed a Fundamental Right.
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Nestle, Unilever, Tyson and others team with IBM on blockchain

CHICAGO/NEW YORK : Nestle SA, Unilever Plc, Tyson Foods Inc and other large food and retail companies have joined IBM's project to explore how blockchain technology can help track food supply chains and improve safety, the companies said in a joint statement ...
 Sify1 month ago
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The struggle for Gorkhaland won't end soon

'When I look at the faces of people around me, they have a certain energy, as if unemployment, food scarcity and infrastructural breakdown are small sacrifices for our agitation for Gorkhaland,' a Gorkha based in Delhi tells Geetanjali Krishna. He is the unknown soldier who patrols Indian borders. He painstakingly plucks the tea we drink, two leaves and a bud at a time. His is a stoic mountain dweller who can lift any load and climb the steepest mountain. Yet, the Gorkha is more than the sum ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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