A Special Investigating Team (SIT) formed by the Bihar government Tuesday began its probe into the deaths of 23 children after they ate a mid-day meal in a school.
The pesticide that killed 23 Indian schoolchildren last week is a nerve poison banned by many countries because of what the World Health Organisation describes as its ‘high acute toxicity’.
New Delhi/London : The pesticide that killed 23 Indian schoolchildren last week is a nerve poison banned by many countries because of what the World Health Organisation (WHO) describes as its “high
Less than 24 hours after the Chhattisgarh government issued directive to schools to taste mid-day meals before they are served, 35 children of a primary school in Mou village in Raipur were hospita
A study done by International Growth Centre (IGC) said that 71% of the budget for hot cooked meals at around 200 anganwadi centres (AWCs) in Bihar was lost in leakage.
Bhubaneswar : Jolted by the death of 23 children in Bihar after eating midday meal, the Naveen Patnaik government has decided that before food is served to children, a member of the school managing
Patna : Facing the ire of people over the midday meal tragedy, the Bihar government plans to provide printed instructions to school principals about food quality and safety besides painting the nor
BANGALORE: "We've granted special permission to schools and cooks to reject inferior ingredients and vegetables,'' primary and secondary education minister KimmaneRathnakar said.
Several schools in Sambalpur district have not received rice for the last one year under the mid-day meal scheme.
The Human Resource Development Ministry on Thursday announced that a new committee would be set up to review the implementation of its flagship mid-day meal scheme with a view to monitoring the qua
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