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Won’t allow K’taka to become 'Udta Punjab': Parameshwara 24.3.2017 TOI: Bangalore Times
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Budgetary allocation sought for Children’s Act provisions 24.3.2017 Hindu: Other States
Childrights Network says incidents of abuse on the rise
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Consultative Committee on Labour and Employment Discusses Child Labour 23.3.2017 Govt of india: PIB
The meeting of the Consultative Committee attached to the Ministry of Labour and Employment was held here last evening.
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Centre seeks action against playschool 22.3.2017 Hindu: Bangalore
Pertains to allegations of child sexual abuse
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Anti-Romeo squads of UP police roll into action 22.3.2017 New Kerala: India News
Anti-Romeo squads of UP police roll into action
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Could over-the-counter pills ward off booze addiction? 22.3.2017 New Kerala: World News
Could over-the-counter pills ward off booze addiction?
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Could over-the-counter pills ward off booze addiction 22.3.2017 DNA: Health
Ihsan Salloum from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine hopes to answer that question in part with a new clinical trial with E. Sherwood Brown from UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas.
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NHRC orders inquiry into charges of police brutality on youth 21.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
The NHRC has asked its Director General (Investigation) to depute a senior female officer for an on the spot inquiry into the allegations of police brutality against youth, including girl students, who were protesting in Kolkata on March 9, the panel said on Tuesday.
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Jumbo rides resume in Mysuru Palace 21.3.2017 Deccan Herald - State
Elephant rides that used to enthral visitors have resumed at the Mysuru Palace. The rides were suspended a couple of months ago following reports of the keepers beating the jumbos. The elephant safari resumed on March 15, receiving a good response. Enthusiastic screams resonate as one enters the Palace from the Karikal Thotti gate, southwest of the Palace, when people sit on the elephant's back at the mounting platform. The trip, around a section of the palace, lasts for about 20 minutes.The rides resumed on March 15 and have since been receiving an overwhelming response from the visitors. With summer vacations declared for most schools, the number of visitors to the Mysuru Palace is likely to increase and elephant rides promise to be a big draw. Youngsters clicking selfies with the gentle giants is also a familiar sight. Dasara elephants Chanchal and Cauvery, which are friendly with visitors, are being used for the rides. While there is a great demand for elephant rides, only a few opt for camel rides. ...
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New Zealand school abolishes gendered uniforms 21.3.2017 Education
A New Zealand primary school has abolished gendered uniforms for its pupils and replaced them with shorts, a kilt and trousers that can be worn by either sex, a media report said on Tuesday.
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Muslims suffer year of discrimination after Brussels bombs 21.3.2017 Zee News : World
Belgian teenager Ahmed is still reeling from the hostile reception he received from a teacher the first day he attended a new sports school last September.
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Men in khaki to visit schools, colleges 20.3.2017 Hindu: National
They will talk to students on issues such as substance abuse, how to respect women
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Maximum child injuries occur in nuclear families: Study 20.3.2017 DNA: Opinion
Increase in nuclear families in metropolitan cities is making children more prone to preventable unintentional injuries such as accidents, burns and falls as they are devoid of ample attention. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), childhood injuries are categorised as unintentional but preventable, and intentional such as violence, homicide and abuse. A study conducted by the Centre for Community Medicine and Department of Biostatistics, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, has identified accidental falls, followed by dog bites and road traffic accidents, as the most common reasons for childhood injuries, and pointed out lack of time and psycho-social support to growing children. The study, published in the latest issue of Indian Journal of Community Medicine, was done in urban Delhi, among 1,639 children, aged less than 18 years and the prevalence of injuries was found to be 7.1 per cent. The survey area was Dakshinpuri Extension, Dr Ambedkar Nagar, New Delhi. "It was ...
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Sexual assault on visually impaired child: teacher booked 20.3.2017 Hindu: News
Girl assaulted in school hostel, accused missing
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Andheri man arrested for raping teen daughter 19.3.2017 Hindu: Home
Mumbai: The D.N. Nagar police have arrested a 38-year-old Andheri resident for allegedly subjecting his teenage daughter to sexual abuse for over a year at his residence. The exploitation came to ligh...
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Modi's demonetisation move is a big leap forward, says Ambani lauding PM 18.3.2017 All Economy & Policy Stories
India has taken a big leap forward from a predominantly cash economy to digit, said Ambani
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Not without our daughters 18.3.2017 Hindu: Crafts
Some 60 young women who grew up believing they were orphans discover the world and the families they were taken away from
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Probe abuse of women activists by Bengal police: Brinda Karat 18.3.2017 Hindu: News
CPI(M) leader Brinda Karat has written to the National Commission for Women demanding an enquiry into the alleged “abuse” of four young women of the CPI(M)’s student and youth wings by the West Bengal...
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Education baron dodges school fees for own kids 17.3.2017 TOI: Cities
The 46-year-old divorced educationist was recently asked by the Cantonment Court to pay a compensation of Rs 1 crore to his ex-wife, with the order saying that he was guilty of domestic violence and economic abuse for neglecting his children, despite being well-off and owning several educational institutes.
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The grass shoppers - Drugs are being sold near schools 17.3.2017 TOI: Cities
It's an open secret: drugs are available around many schools and colleges in Bengaluru. But the police and the government have been loathe to act against it.
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