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Four child marriages averted

Comment · print · T T T+· T- In a joint-operation, Prakasam police and Childline India Foundation NGO partner HELP averted four child marriages at Addanki in Prakasam district on Thursday. On a tip-off, HELP social activists along with ... The Hindu, 2 weeks ago

Young Indians launches campaign on on child abuse

Comment · print · T T T+· T- A pioneering project from Tiruchi's chapter of Young Indians to raise awareness about combating child sexual abuse (CSA) has been adopted by the organisation, affiliated to the Confederation of Indian ...
 The Hindu3 days ago

Child marriage averted

Marriage between a 15-year-old girl with a 22-year-old youth was stopped by a team of social activists of the Childline India Foundation NGO partner HELP at Singarayakonda in Prakasam district
 The Hindu1 month ago Children will now learn about uncomfortable touch in Chhattisgarh schools  Times of India2 weeks ago Child marriage stopped  The Hindu1 month ago
Times of India

Safe Gujarat unsafe for kids

VADODARA: The 'Safe for Women' tag is something that Gujarat's lawmakers often extol. But is the state safe for children? The answer is 'No', if the study of Child-Line India Foundation and Indian Medical Association (IMA) is anything to go by. A ...
 Times of India4 days ago

Child marriage thwarted

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The marriage of a 8th class girl student with a 22-year-old youth was stopped at Kandukur on Saturday, thanks to timely tip-off provided by her classmates to the Childline India Foundation. The schoolgirls ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Minor girls rescued

The Childline India Foundation NGO partner, HELP rescued three minor girls and also stopped a child marriage in Prakasam district on Sunday. The girls aged 6, 8 and 12 years and coming by a train from Vijayawada were rescued at the railway station ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Why is the number of adoptions in India declining?

The phone is ringing off the hook at Palna, a state-run orphanage, whose website describes it as a home for abandoned, homeless and destitute children. The caller is a prospective parent who wants to know how to fill out an online registration form ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago

The making of a thief: How child traffickers lure kids into stealing racket

Raju (name changed) has an unusual job, unusual at least for kids of his age. It involves a stint of training, apprenticeship, a regular income and incentives and disincentives. It's a high risk job for someone barely 12 though. He steals mobiles, ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago How a thief is born: Child traffickers lure kids into the racket  MSN News1 month ago

Child safety campaign launched

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The District Child Protection Unit and Southern Railway on Wednesday began a campaign focussing on child safety and security. In the initial phase, stickers will be pasted on vehicles in railway stations ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Expert speak: Is it right to try juveniles as adults? Debate continues as cabinet amends law

The Union Cabinet on Wednesday went ahead andcleared aproposal to try juveniles between 16-18 accused of heinous crimes under laws for adults. The amendments in the proposal calls for juveniles to betried under the Indian Penal Code (IPC) instead of ...
 Firstpost.com3 days ago
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