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Indian girls win award for tricking traffickers and busting...
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Two schoolgirls win bravery award for tricking traffickers

By DARJEELING, India (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Two Indian schoolgirls will be awarded national bravery awards next week for helping police bust a cross-border human trafficking racket, leading to the arrest of suspects in the cases of missing ... Reuters India, 2 days ago

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How fish and trinkets can rehabilitate rescued Indian labourers

After 20 years trapped in a rice mill, working 14 hours a day and even giving birth, Vasanta finds freedom in her own shop By Anuradha Nagaraj KANCHEEPURAM, India, Jan 9 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Vasanta's small blue kiosk packed with neat ...
 AlertNet1 day ago How dried fish can rehabilitate rescued labourers  Reuters India1 week ago How dried fish and trinkets can rehabilitate rescued Indian labourers  Yahoo! India1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Health experts to run Mumbai Marathon to create awareness on family planning

Thirteen of India's best-known sex and reproductive health experts will take part in the Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon 2017 to create awareness about family planning as well as maternal and infant deaths. The experts from Family Planning ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago
Arab News

Why migration is killing babies in this Indian village

Khoch, INDIA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As Soni Wadwi breastfed her one-year-old son, Sonu, outside her hut in Khoch village, western India, she recounted how he almost died from severe malnutrition four months ago. The family left the ... week ago India's millions pay price of cash ban  Kuwait Times2 months ago India's rural millions pay price of cash ban  The Nation Pakistan2 months ago

How Apollo Hospitals' Prathap Reddy became the Ambani of healthcare

From a single hospital with 150 beds, Prathap Chandra Reddy, founder of Apollo Hospitals Ltd, became India's largest healthcare entrepreneur with over 50 hospitals in the country and abroad. Journalist Pranay Gupte brings you the full story of ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago
Yahoo! India

Donate Life: What You Need To Know About Organ Donation in India

While death takes you away, your organs can stay and save another life. A simple guide to the what, when and how of organ donation in India. The need for organ donors has never been greater. More than half a million Indians are estimated to be in ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago

Widows of Kashmir's militants struggle to save sons from insurgency

PALHALAN, Indian-administered Kashmir Shameema Jan, 48, peers out of a small window to see what is causing the commotion outside her home in Palhalan village, 20 miles north of Kashmir's capital, Srinagar. It's a group of young men, swarming and ...
 UPI1 month ago Kashmir's militant widows struggle to save sons from insurgency  MSN UK1 month ago

Ban on Zakir Naik not the end; India needs vigilance to save Muslim youth

The Indian government's five-year ban on the supremacist Islamist preacher, Dr Zakir Naik seems to have gratified many people — Muslims and non-Muslims alike — who concern themselves with the pluralistic ethos of the country. But is the story ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago
Himalayan Times

Indians are rushing frantically to launder their black money after demonetisation

Indians ingenuity is being mightily tested as they rush to save their black money," stashes of hundreds of thousands, even millions, of rupees they have accumulated without paying taxes. For decades, Indians have stuffed their mattresses with 500- ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago India's move to curb black money a 'disaster' for rural women, activists say  Sharenet2 months ago India's move to curb black money 'disaster' for rural women  AlertNet2 months ago

Calls for enforcement of labour law in India after workers' deaths

Many people in India work in conditions that violate laws enacted decades ago to protect labour rights By Roli Srivastava MUMBAI, Jan 3 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Six migrant workers who had been locked inside a bakery by their employer in ...
 AlertNet1 week ago India bakery fire kills six  Financial Express Bangladesh2 weeks ago Six die in India bakery fire, spurs calls for enforcement of labour laws  Sharenet2 weeks ago India bakery fire spurs calls for enforcement…  Arabstoday.net2 weeks ago
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