Daily Archives: July 22, 2013

FOOD: Times demands “think before you eat”

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NATIONAL: (By Saima Faisal)– Have you ever thought as to why our cows and buffaloes have started giving more milk than before? Why they are much weighty as compared to past? Why people are suffering from a number of diseases nevertheless all ample benefits of new scientific technologies? Why mortality rate is getting alarming? Why our ancestors were healthier and lived long despite past oddities, hardships and life-threatening dangers? Answer of all queries lies in “food, its production and usability”. Natural farming and commercial farming relating to livestock and agriculture are the root causes behind multi-faced deterioration exposing people around the globe to ever risky life. read more

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FOOD: Time demands “think before you eat”

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NATIONAL: (By Saima Faisal)– Have you ever thought as to why our cows and buffalos have started giving more milk than before? Why they are much weighty as compared to past? Why people are suffering from a number of diseases nevertheless all ample benefits of new scientific technologies? Why mortality rate is getting alarming? Why our ancestors were healthier and lived long despite past oddities, hardships and life-threatening dangers? Answer of all queries lies in “food, its production and usability”. Natural farming and commercial farming relating to livestock and agriculture are the root causes behind multi-faced deterioration exposing people around the globe to ever risky life. read more

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Diana grandson takes birth, British Kingdom on joy spree

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LONDON: (By Special Correspondent)—Royal Baby, another heir of British Throne, has taken a birth with majestic pump and show amid massive publicity blitz around the globe. Kate Middleton exploded into blissful happiness after delivering her son in a similar style to Lady Diana—. His father Prince William welcomed a baby boy. read more

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Mandela condition still critical but with improvement

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PRETORIA: (By Vijay Malhotra)– The Presidency has disclosed that former President Nelson Mandela is still in a critical condition but he is showing sustained improvement. read more

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Tribunal confirms construction settlements

Giuricich paid the biggest fine totalling R311m.

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Trustees had better shape up

New pension fund proposals create additional responsibility for trustees.

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Photo of the day – coming home

Jeffreys Bay at sunset, with surfers making their way home after yet another day of perfect waves. This image captured by Jeffreys Bay photographer David Higgs.

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It’s a boy! Royal baby is born

spectators Its a boy! Royal baby is born

Prince William’s wife Kate gave birth to a baby boy today, providing Britain’s royal family with a future king in an event that had been anticipated around the world. read more

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Baby boy for Kate and William

It was reported from Buckingham Palace that the Duchess of Cambridge, has given birth.

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Your phone could ruin your eyes

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Zim elections: SALC condemns arrest of top lawyer

The Southern Africa Litigation Centre has criticised the arrest of MDC parliamentary candidate Arnold Tsunga and 50 supporters.

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From hand-outs to rights – breaking the cycle of perpetual food insecurity in Malawi

GENEVA, Switzerland, July 22, 2013/African Press Organization (APO)/ “Recent high-profiled food security policies have failed to rid Malawi of chronic food insecurity and malnutrition,” said Olivier De Schutter, the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to food, as he concluded his eleven-day mission to the Republic of Malawi.
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Fergusons serve drama, on the rocks

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Construction: Tribunal approves settlement agreements with 13 companies

The competition tribunal says it approved settlements after hearings revealed collusion within the construction sector between 1999 and 2009.

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