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Jaipur: Social audit and food security may seem strange bedfellows but not if a report of the United Nation

Anita Joshua

ISLAMABAD: Moved by Pakistan's decision to continue providing refuge to the 1.7 million Afghan refugees living here despite the devastating floods, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Antonio Guterres on Thursday said:

JAIPUR: Citizens, civil society groups and civil rights activists will gather at events being organised in 25 districts of Rajasthan this weekend to amplify their support to the U.N. Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) aimed at eradicating extreme poverty and its root causes by 2015.

While the country

The country has made progress in reducing infant mortality but it is still some distance from its 2015 target
Indicus Analytics / September 9, 2010, 0:39 IST

According to the Millennium Development Goals adopted by the United Nations, India has the target of reducing the infant mortality rate (IMR) to 28 per 1,000 live births by 2015. Where do we stand today?

The situation in Pakistan, where 21 million people have been affected by historic floods, is worsening, the United Nations said Tuesday.

The situation in Pakistan, where 21 million people have been affected by historic floods, is worsening, the United Nations said Tuesday.

The United Nations is considering a proposal to implement the Mahatma Gandhi Tanta Mukti Gaon Mohim (Dispute-free Village Scheme) of the state government in other developing nations of the world, State Home Minister R R Patil said on Monday.

The United Nations (UN) System (WFP, UNDP and UNICEF) has extended its support to 14,000 cyclone Aila affected families still living on embankments in Bangladesh.
Drawing assistance from the UK's Department for International Development (DFID), the UN agencies will work to distribute food, assist with shelter and implement basic Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) and nutrition interventions, sa

The NAC suggests steps to ensure food security, but its recommendation for

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