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    A Closer Look at India’s Wheat Export Ban

    Since the Indian decision to ban wheat exports may lead to an upward spike in the global price level, several countries and leading global bodies like...

    Food Giants Reap Enormous Profits During Times of Crisis

    The pandemic initially exposed cracks in our supposedly efficient industrialized food system through supply chain breakdowns, worker shortages and trade restrictions. Now, we can add high food prices and growing inequality to...

    Should Sri Lanka Join the Ranks of the “Poorest of the World’s Poor”?

    Sri Lanka’s foreign exchange reserves have hit a low of US$1.9 billion, equivalent to funds that could finance less than one month’s imports while...

    Over Half the Fortified Rice Required Already Produced, Says Government

    According to the Indian Council of Medical Research and the National Institute of Nutrition (ICMR-NIN), no study has been conducted to ascertain the impact...

    Strong Indian Pitch at WTO to Protect Interests of Developing and Under-Developed Countries

    India raised concerns about the “skewed” WTO reforms proposal and spoke of the need to retain the S&DT provisions for the developing world, global...

    The Great Fish Robbery

    Illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing takes advantage of corrupt administrations and exploits weak management regimes, in particular those of developing countries lacking the capacity...

    A Global Food Crisis: Shortage Amidst Plenty

    Instead of food shortage, the reality is that the world produces far more food than we eat. Over 33 percent of the food produced globally is...

    Is Fortified Rice the Only Way to Provide Nutritious Food?

    The lack of a scientific or a democratic approach to improving the state of nutrition with an attempt like rice fortification can lead to...
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    ILO Adopts New Guidelines On Biological Hazards In The World Of Work

    Groundbreaking new guidelines on handling biological hazards in the workplace have been agreed by experts representing governments and employers’...

    Ocean Heat, Deoxygenation and Acidification are “Alarming”, Says WMO

    Global mean sea level reached a new record high in 2021, after increasing at an average 4.5 mm per...

    First Batch of Village Engineers Ready, Says Rajeev Chandrasekhar

    Training was provided in five fields – electrical and solar energy, agricultural mechanization, e-governance, plumbing and masonry and two...

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