LONDON — He has saved 83,000 Indian children from virtual slavery. He has campaigned for 34 years to end child labor. He has transformed more than 350 Indian villages into places where children can receive an education rather than be sent out to ... NBCNews.com, 6 days ago
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Activists working for child rights hope that with Kailash Satyarthi winning a Nobel Peace prize for this cause, there will be a spotlight on the issue. NGOs claim it is mostly on their insistence that the police and the governmentconduct joint ...Hindustan Times, 1 week ago Defending the indefensible TheStar.com.my, 2 days ago India: Activists hope Nobel win will help put focus on child rights Business & Human Rights, 1 week ago
By , LONDON — In a year of rapidly proliferating conflicts, the Norwegian Nobel Committee on Friday renewed attention on one of the world's most durable and dangerous standoffs by splitting its annual peace prize between a teenage ...Washington Post, 1 week ago Pakistan committed to peace with India, says foreign secretary DAWN Group, 6 days ago Hope Nobel Peace Prize will will bring India and Pak closer: Kailash Satyarthi First Post.com, 1 week ago Malala and Kailash are the hope of India-Pakistan to bring peace! Sangai Express, 1 week ago
New Delhi: Nobel Peace laureate Kailash Satyarthi, a crusader of child rights, Monday expressed hope that he would "see the end of child labour" across the globe in his lifetime. "I am positive that I would see the end of child labour around ...UCAN India, 2 days ago Dreams crash on banks of Balason Sify, 19 hours ago Grey laws woe for child labour Business Standard India, 4 days ago Nobel peace laureate Kailash Satyarthi: 'A recognition for neglected children' Deutsche Welle, 1 week ago
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As poverty reduces, and education permeates down to lower-income groups and across gender, fewer people will end up forced to clean loos for a living, notes Devangshu Datta. Image: The Indian middle-class is highly dependent on child labour. Photograph: Photograph: Reuters Street dogs, roadside stalls, household help, free home delivery, human-powered rickshaws and handcarts. Much more than the dry statistics of per capita income, these things distinguish the Third World (TW) from the ...Rediff.com, 1 day ago
Nita Ambani, founding chairperson of the Indian Super League, hopes the competition will help fulfil her dream to see India qualify for a World Cup. Ambani who is also the co-owner of Indian Premier League cricket franchise Mumbai Indians - was at ...Sky Sports, 3 days ago ISL opening ceremony promises to be a spectacular visual extravaganza Noodls, 3 days ago Football will grow in India - Reid BBC, 1 week ago ISL goals it like IPL DNA, 2 months ago
As the traffic signal near Masjid Moth in Delhi changes to red and cars start pulling up, ten-year-old Raina (name changed) stops playing with the other children waiting at the lights, and arranges her face in her trademark expression of distress.Hindustan Times, 4 days ago
The Straits Times Publication Date : 22-10-2014 On theday that Indian child-rights activist Kailash Satyarthi was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize jointly with Pakistani teenager Malala Yousafzai, 14-year-old Shakeel was at work. Working ...Asia News Network, 1 day ago Q&A: Nobel laureate's fight to save children Yahoo! Maktoob News, 1 week ago Kailash Satyarthi Dedicates Nobel Prize to People of India MedIndia, 1 week ago India- Kailash Satyarthi, champion of child rights MENAFN, 1 week ago
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