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<strong>Bill</strong> Gates meets PM, lauds focus on sanitation and banking for poor

Bill Gates meets PM, lauds focus on sanitation and banking for poor

19 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Microsoft founder and billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates on Friday called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and lauded his focus on sanitation and the ambitious scheme to bring the poor people under the banking system through the Jan Dhan Yojana.

Microsoft founder,   Bill Gates,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   sanitation in India,   Jan Dhan Yojana,  
Germany respects India's concern on <strong>food</strong> <strong>security</strong>

Germany respects India's concern on food security

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Germany has expressed optimism that a solution could be found with regard to India's concerns over the food security issues at the WTO.

Germany,   WTO,   Sigmar Gabrial,   Ravi Shankar Prasad,   food security in India,   ,  
Centre joins hands with Gates for universal sanitation

Centre joins hands with Gates for universal sanitation

19 Sep 2014

New Delhi: With the objective of addressing sanitation related health concerns, the Urban Development Ministry and the Bill & Milinda Gates Foundation have agreed on a partnership to promote user friendly toilets to ensure universal sanitation in the country.

Bill & Milinda Gates Foundation,   Venkaiah Naidu,   Bill Gates,   Swachchh Bharat Mission,  
Real test of NDA govt is how it embraces unpopular decisions: <strong>Bill</strong> Gates

Real test of NDA govt is how it embraces unpopular decisions: Bill Gates

19 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The real test for India's new government would lie in how it embraces unpopular decisions which would be of benefit to the country, Microsoft founder Bill Gates has said. Gates was quoted saying, that there were a few things ‘still unclear’ and he was generally ‘enthused’ about the new NDA government.

NDA govt,   unpopular decisions,   Bill Gates,   Narendra Modi,   PM Modi,   ,  
India made progress in fighting child deaths, malnutrition; short of goals: UN

India made progress in fighting child deaths, malnutrition; short of goals: UN

17 Sep 2014

United Nations: India has made progress on the twin fronts of reducing hunger and child mortality but is still short of development goals, two international reports say. Fewer Indian children under five are dying, with infant mortality rate coming down from 126 per 1,000 in 1990 to 53 last year, a UN report released in New York said.

United Nations,   hunger,   child mortality,   child mortality in India,   Food Security Act,  
Why some people can't resist unhealthy <strong>food</strong>

Why some people can't resist unhealthy food

18 Sep 2014

Toronto: The reason why some people cannot resist calorie-dense snacks even at the risk of gaining extra weight may be due to decreased activity in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC), which is involved in the executive functions of the brain.

cognitive functions,   high caloric food,   food cravings,   food consumption,   potato chips,   unhealthy food,  
Movie Review: 'Daawat-e-Ishq' celebration of love and <strong>food</strong>

Movie Review: 'Daawat-e-Ishq' celebration of love and food

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Gastronomic love stories are a rarity in Bollywood and ‘Daawat-e Ishq’ is one of those rare films on the subject. Starring Parineeti Chopra and Aditya Roy Kapoor ‘Daawat-e Ishq’ serve a tempting recipe of love, crush, and romance. Donning the director’s hat Habib Faisal has seasoned the film with ingredients of love and has served to its audience a romantic saga revolving around food.

Movie Review Daawat-e-Ishq,   Daawat-e-Ishq,   Aditya Roy Kapur,   Parineeti Chopra,   Anupam Kher,   Karan Wahi,   Sumit Gaddi,  
Rajasthan Assembly ratifies NJAC <strong>Bill</strong> by voice vote

Rajasthan Assembly ratifies NJAC Bill by voice vote

18 Sep 2014

Jaipur: National Judicial Appointments Commission Bill 2014, which is going to scrape the current system of appointment of judges to Higher Judiciary in the country, was on Wednesday ratified by Rajasthan Legislative Assembly.

NJAC bill,   R S Rathor,   Rajasthan Assembly,   Judge appointment,   High Court,   Supreme Court ,  
Japan, China want land to be reserved for them: Medha Patkar

Japan, China want land to be reserved for them: Medha Patkar

18 Sep 2014

Jaipur: Activist Medha Patkar on Thursday alleged that leaders and officials from Japan and China were visiting India as they want land to be reserved for them in the country.

Medha Patkar,   Japan,   China,   Xi Jinping,   Rajasthan Land Acquisition Bill,  
Apple Inc tries to assuage privacy fears, puts focus on <strong>security</strong>

Apple Inc tries to assuage privacy fears, puts focus on security

18 Sep 2014

Apple Inc is making strong efforts to assuage users' fears after taking the heat in the celebrity photo leak scandal that emerged over the Labor Day weekend.

Apple Inc,   Apple security,   Apple iCloud,   Apple operating system,   Celebrity hacking,   Apple privacy,  

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