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Creating Better Job Avenues

CHENNAI: The Indian Community Welfare Organisation (ICWO), a non-profit organisation working on various issues and developmental projects with special focus on women and children in Tamil Nadu for the past 20 years, has started Global Job Solution, ... New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Irish Mirror

Lesbian helpline set up to support women in India has been inundated with calls...from men

Some male callers ask for contact numbers of lesbians while others call out of curiosity to know about lesbianism ICWO Counselling: The helpline service is run by Indian Community Welfare Organisation and manned by lesbian volunteers A ...
 Irish Mirror1 month ago India's first helpline for lesbians reveals more than 80% of the callers are MEN  Capital Bay1 month ago Curious men jam lesbian helpline, some play pranks  Times of India1 month ago

India to win World Cup 2015 semi-final against Australia, predicts Chanakya II

Chennai: A day before the semi-final match between Indian and Australia, a fish named Chanakya II in Chennai reportedly predicted Indian Team's victory in the Sydney. As per reports, this particular fish is owned by a Non-Governmental Organisation, ...
 PardaPhash1 day ago 'Chanakya II' predicts India's victory against Australia in World Cup  Topnews.in1 day ago Congrats India, says Chanakya the fish  Times of India1 day ago World Cup 2015: Chanakya the fish predicts India's win  News24online1 day ago
New Indian Express

'Teach Kids about Wrong Touch'

CHENNAI: Listening to children on what they have to say about the behaviour of strangers and relatives will help prevent sex abuse this was the narrative of a 30-minute film titled Akkam Pakkam, which was screened at an event organised by the ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
New Indian Express

Butterflies to Add Different Life to Velankadu Burial Site

CHENNAI: If everything goes as planned, a crematorium in the city will have a butterfly park among other facilities. We have planted about 44 trees that attract butterflies, and soon, more wild shrubs will be planted inside the Velankadu burial ...
 New Indian Express2 months ago
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