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Shahjahanpur (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Jan 22 (ANI): An infant was rescued from a lake in Shahjahanpur district of Uttar Pradesh where she was allegedly thrown away by her family, who believed that the child was possessed by evil spirits.
"How many of you pray for these women who are thrown away, for these women who are used, for these girls who have to sell their own dignity to have a job?" he asked during his morning homily on Friday.
Don't be tempted by special deals that are not essential and will end up sitting at the back of your cupboard for weeks or, more likely, be thrown away.
'Avoid saying that they are useless and can be thrown away. We do not know what the Lord will do.
HEALTH boards in Wales have thrown away more than PS3m-worth of hospital meals over the past five years.
"Millions of tonnes of fresh fruits and vegetables are discarded every year because they don`t look nice or because they are leftovers," he said, adding that more than a third of the world`s food is thrown away every year.
These wonky veg piles get thrown away at the farmer's end.
I read a fascinating article last year about a group of former professionals living in New York, who lost their jobs in the recession and have been able to live a cash-free existence for almost 10 years by living off waste from food stores - not mouldy left-overs, but quality packaged goods that are thrown away as they near their bestbefore date.
And we were told that in Britain 227,000 miles of wrapping paper is thrown away on Christmas day, enough to stretch nine times around the world.
Look into any trash bin in any neighbourhood at any time of the day and you're more likely than not to find food thrown away. The most obvious problem with this wastage is that while people are throwing away food, there are others who are going hungry.
As Brits prepare to stock up their fridge freezers ahead of the festive season, a new independent study released by Samsung Digital Appliances reveals that a quarter (25%) of Brits end up throwing out food at least once a week because it has ended up at the back of their fridge freezers and they have forgotten about it, amounting to Au437 worth of food thrown away a year.
Of the 248 million turkeys that were sold in the US last Thanksgiving, about $282 million worth of turkey was thrown away. This year, the US Department of Agriculture projects that Americans will throw away about 200 million pounds of edible turkey this Thanksgiving holiday.