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Rare surgery performed on four-month-old child

A four-month-old boy, born with a rare disease of having his fingers on the right hand with no extremities, has been operated upon successfully at a private hospital here to enable him move it in a free manner.With the surgery, the child, who could not raise ... Business Standard, 2 weeks ago

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'Baloch women, children abduction part of Pak's campaign of enforced-disappearances'

Pro-freedom Baloch leader and head of Free Balochistan Movement (FBM), Hyrbyair Marri on Wednesday, in a statement, said the recent abduction of women and children from different areas of Balochistan was part of Pakistan's ongoing campaign of ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago Baloch Martyrs Day: Free Balochistan Movement holds references in Balochistan, abroad  Sify4 weeks ago Baloch Martyrs Day: FBM holds references in Balochistan, abroad  Sify4 weeks ago

CAG report raps Arunachal for sloppy implementation of RTE

Arunachal has failed to achieve the target of providing free and compulsory education to every child even after six years of implementation of Right to Education (RTE) Act, the CAG said in a recent report.The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Satyarthi seeks support of IT professionals in fight child sexual abuse

Nobel peace prize winner and child rights activist Kailash Satyarthi has given a call to all IT professionals in Bengaluru to use the power of technology in the fight against child sexual abuse and violence against women. The Bengaluru stretch of Satyarthi's ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

An IAS officer changes children's lives

How Raipur's District Collector Om Prakash Choudhary ensures that poor children study at good schools.R Krishna Das reports.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com The daughter of a cook sharing a bench with a 'raj kumar' (prince) in a classroom sounds like the premise of a film. In Chhattisgarh's capital, Raipur, Janvi Yadav and several others like her are enacting this script in real life.   Janvi has got admission in Class I at the Rajkumar College, which, since its establishment in ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

CBSE to formulate policy for education of special needs children

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to formulate a policy for education of children with special needs at its schools across the country. It has recently constituted a committee, assigning the task to it. According to the terms and ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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Hackers can still access your personal data and go scot-free

Since the deadline for Justice B N Srikrishna Committee's feedback is December 31, the government is unlikely to table a data protection Bill in the winter session of Parliament. The Justice B N Srikrishna Committee, formed to draft a data protection and privacy Bill, in a white paper on Monday suggested setting up a data protection authority, data audit, registration of data collectors, enacting provisions for protecting children’s personal data, defining penalties and compensation ...
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Will you help this child?

November 22 is a big day for Krishna Gulwani. It's the day the six year old will make a Taiwan hospital his home for the next six months, as he starts life-saving treatment. More than a month after Rediff.com readers helped the boy (the earlier feature -- please see below -- helped raise Rs 170,000), his family's prayers have been answered. Krishna, his mother Vaishali and his father's employer and well-wisher Ajit Shah flew to Taiwan on November 17. Krishna will visit the hospital on November ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

WBO announces second phase of human rights campaign in London

World Baloch Organisation (WBO) has announced to launch the second phase of its human rights campaign in London against abduction of women and children in Balochistan.WBO took to twitter to make the announcement."Despite Pakistan's utmost efforts to suppress ...
 Business Standard1 month ago World Baloch Organisation announces second phase of human rights campaign in London  Sify1 month ago
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Women activist condemns rape of 1.5-year-old girl in Delhi

[India], Nov 03 (ANI): A women's rights activist has condemned the rape of a one and a half-year-old girl in Delhi's Aman Vihar area and called for harsh punishment against the 33-year-old accused. Speaking to ANI, Saswati Ghosh dubbed it as "a ghastly ...
 Sify1 month ago
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