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Protect rights of NE children, urges Satyarthi

Guwahati: Winner of the Nobel peace prize and noted child rights activist Kailash Satyarthi on Monday urged youngsters in the northeast to help him protect the rights of 100 million deprived children in the world. Satyarthi, who delivered the K K ... Times of India, 1 week ago

Nobel laureate reaches out to trafficking victims

Guwahati: The state is going to be the first in the country to get a rehabilitation and welfare fund under the Kailash Satyarthi Children's Foundation for the rescue and rehabilitation of victims of child trafficking and slavery. The fund will be ...
 Times of India6 days ago

Volunteer clowns take initiative to spread smiles in hospital

INDORE: Painted faces, ribbons, colourful noses, smileys and songs greeted people at city's Greater Kailash Hospital located at Palasia. On Tuesday, the quiet corridor leading to the general ward of the Greater Kailash hospital suddenly filled with ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Young artists win hearts on 3rd day of Poungar

Excelsior Correspondent A young singer performing on 3rd day of Youth Music Festival at KL Saigal Hall, Jammu. JAMMU, May 20: On the 3rd day of the Poungar, a four-day Youth Music Festival, organized by J&K Academy of Art, Culture and ...
 Daily Excelsior.com2 months ago
Times of India

Jackky Bhagnani makes birthday video for Malala Yousafzai

Hindi film actor Jackky Bhagnani, who made a faux pas last year when he misspelled Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai's name as 'Masala' in a tweet, has made a video to wish the Pakistani activist on her birthday which is on Sunday. The ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Stylish, practical and affordable

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Anupama Dayal TOPICS Anupama Dayal tells undergrad girls what to wear, what not to Delhi-based designer Anupama Dayal wants female college goers to adopt a simple lifestyle, look smart but ensure that ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Child Labour: Erosion of childhood

The government's proposed legal measures regarding child labour will amount to a civilised society failing its children Ghazala Jamil Delhi Who is a child? Children are often referred to as future citizens. Although this term is factually ...
 HardNews Magazine1 month ago
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#CongressMurdersDemocracy: Twitter pulls up party on 40th anniversary of the Emergency

On the 40th anniversary of the Emergency rule in India, the country took to Twitter to talk about their memories, opinions and concerns about the period. PM Modi, obviously, joined the bandwagon and called it "one of India's darkest periods. ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago

Report: economic growth neglecting to help world's weakest kids

The report noted some progress toward enhancing public health one of the weakest children, with chronic lack of nutrition lowering 41 percent worldwide since 1990 and under-5 mortality shedding by greater than a half. Additionally, maternal ...
 NewsListOnline1 month ago

Rock Garden: It defines Chandigarh and proves the genius that Nek Chand was

Rock Garden, the famous tourist spot of Chandigarh, has for long been the ultimate destination to host plays, fashion shows and weddings. Though Chandigarh was built by famous architect Le Corbusier after India got Independence, many consider that ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
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