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Will see end of child labour in my lifetime: Kailash Satyarthi

Will see end of child labour, says Satyarthi

NEW DELHI: Nobel Peace laureate Kailash Satyarthi, a crusader of child rights, 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 the world in my ... The Gulf Today, 1 month ago
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@SinghRPN Congratulations to Indian child rights activist Kailash Satyarthi and Pakistan's Malala for the Nobel Peace prize. A huge honour @milinddeora Will India emulate soon? :-) @anilkumble1074: Did you know the next Indonesian pres is a ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Kailash, Malala share Nobel Peace Prize  Sri Lanka Island1 month ago PAK HOLDS HALF OF INDIAN NOBEL  The Freepress Journal1 month ago 10 things you should know about Nobel winner Satyarthi  Rediff.com1 month ago

Satyarthi: Child rights activist & now Nobel winner | "Will continue my fight"

NEW DELHI: Nobel Peace Prize winner Kailash Satyarthi gave up his job as an electrical engineer to dedicate himself to protecting and advancing child rights for over three decades now, freeing 80,000 child labourers and giving them new hope in life.
 Economic Times1 month ago Kailash Satyarthi: Electrical engineer, child rights acitivist & now Nobel winner  Economic Times1 month ago
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No end to child slavery fight

The Straits Times Publication Date : 12-10-2014 Worsening problem keeps children's rights activist Kailash Satyarthi going Kailash Satyarthi's journey as an activist began when he was just six - when he saw a child of the same age ...
 Asia News Network1 month ago
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Tejpal's daughter, cousin adapting Khushwant Singh's The Sunset Club into film

Journalist Tarun Tejpal's filmmaker daughter Tiya and her cousin Karan are paying tribute to their late grandmother through an upcoming project, which is an adaptation of Khushwant Singh's novel The Sunset Club. Their grandmother Shakuntala passed ...
 Hindustan Times2 days ago Tejpal's daughter to make a film on Khushwant's novel  India Today4 days ago Tarun Tejpal's filmmaker daughter to adapt Khushwant Singh's novel to pay tribute to late grandmother  DNA India4 days ago Tejpal siblings adapting Khushwant Singh's novel  Business Standard India5 days ago


NEW DELHI: In a fresh bid to break the Bofors jinx, defence minister Manohar Parrikar on Saturday cleared proposal to acquire 814 artillery guns for Rs 15,750 crore while deferring the decision on joint bid by Tata Sons and Airbus to replace IAF's ...
 IPA Newspack.com4 days ago

Quest: It is important to teach children life skills

Tania Joshi feels if learning is made fun, then discipline is inevitably achieved. What's your leadership style? I feel good leadership is one where there is agility to quickly and effectively respond to the requirements of rapidly changing ...
 Indian Express4 days ago

Safeguarding human rights key to uphold Rule of Law

ecent times, one of the emerging subjects of importance both in national and international arena is protection and vindication of human rights. The concept and dimension of human rights has been spelt exhaustively in the fundamental rights ...
 New Delhi Pioneer4 days ago

No child's play

Though a laudable initiative by the Children's Film Society of India, the first-ever National Children's Film Festival, now going on in New Delhi, has a long way to go Children must be taught how to think, not what to think, said Margaret Mead, an ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
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A Programme to Empower Girls & Women

New Delhi : A programme titled Hiteshi Do Kadam Nanhi Pariyon Ke Sang under Muskaan KK Memorial Trust was inaugurated by well known social personality Arpita Bansal at Apsara Banquets, Paschim Vihar, New Delhi. On this occasion Seema Goel (Founder ...
 APN News1 week ago
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