Human Rights

Malnutrition, Alcoholism In Tribal Madhya Pradesh Get Baneebai Cure

At first glance, her profile hardly looks newsworthy — a young woman of the poor Bhilala tribe in Madhya Pradesh; a high school dropout.But BaneebaiNingwal has the remed...

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58% Disabled SC/ST Kids Not Schooled

While most parents shuttle between different schools as the admission season gets underway, for some families educating their children is not a choice - they have to help thei...

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Satyarthi To Launch Two Campaigns For Child Rights

Nobel laureate KailashSatyarthi plans to launch this year his most ambitious campaign against child labour "100 million to 100 million" and "a biggest moral platform" that wil...

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Mumbai: Child Rights Body Unveils Rs 1000 Crore Plan To Transform Lives

Plan India, one of the major global child rights organisations, aims to invest Rs 1000 crore in programmes to improve the lives of millions of children over the next five year...

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I Asked This Kid What She Wanted To Be When She Grew Up

"What do you want to be when you grow up?"When you ask a lot of kids this question, they usually have quick answers. They want to be doctors, artists, firefighter ... you name...

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This App Is Helping Young Iranians Dodge the Morality Police

Anonymous developers in Iran are making people’s lives just a little bit easier with Gershad, an app that helps Iranians identify (and avoid) locations where officers of...

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Govt Must Allocate More For Children: Satyarthi

Mumbai: Less than 4% of the country's budget is spent on 41% of its population under the age of 18. With the Union Budget around the corner, Nobel Peace Prize winner Kailash S...

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Why Tagore Would Have Been Branded Anti-National Today

Yes, you read it right. Rabindranath Tagore, the poetic force of our national anthem was against the idea of nation and nationalism. To him, it was merely a machine that in th...

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More Efforts Needed To Safeguard Child Rights'

The first workshop on New Juvenile Justice Act 2015, was held in Jaipur on Saturday, which laid emphasis on health and education of children. Directorate of Child Welfare dir...

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Two Children Drown Every Day On Average Trying To Reach Safety In Europe

In a joint statement, issued in Geneva, UNHCR, UNICEF and the IOM warned that the number of child deaths was on the increase and called for more measures to increase safety fo...

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‘Think beyond, solve different’, ways to end the Climate woes

The world is burning and many people across the world are seeking bolder action on clima...

March 18 2019

Children with disabilities more exposed to abuse and violence

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet spoke at a Human Rights Co...

March 15 2019

Nothing Is Impossible

In one of SillyPoint Productions’ earlier plays, the UK royal family hid its Parsi...

March 14 2019