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    Bihar: Buddhist Monk arrested for sexually assaulting children

    Bodh Gaya (Bihar): A Buddhist monk of Bodh Gaya’s Prajna Jyoti Buddhist School and Meditation Centre was on Wednesday taken into custody for alleged sexual abuse of 15 children from Assam, who were studying at the institution.

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    Thane Pothole: 2 kids dead, parents badly injured

    Thane: Two children of the Gharat family were killed after they fell into a pothole on Mumbai’s Nashik highway on Sunday night at around 9.45 pm on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan. The mishap highlights Thane district’s callousness towards the upkeep of its roads.

  • Indore: Free the trees from guards when they grow

    Indore: Guarding is essential to protect children, animals and trees but there comes a time when everyone grows and needs freedom to thrive and blossom. Fifty three year-old government officer Rajendra Singh and wife Chanchal Kaur, a former nurse, are on a mission to free trees of their guards.

  • Ouch! Kajol slips and falls at an event; incident captured on camera; watch video

    Accidents happen without a warning, and at times things can go awry or even embarrassing. In a similar incident, Bollywood actress Kajol slipped and fell at an event. The video below that has captured her fall will make you worry for her. The Dilwale star, is seen walking normally in the video when suddenly she loses her balance and succumbs to a fall.

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    International Yoga Day 2018: Over 1.5 lakh children of BMC schools will celebrate yoga day

    Mumbai: Around 1.5 lakh students and 15,000 teachers from the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) schools will be seen performing yoga on the occasion of International Yoga Day on Thursday. “BMC schools at 44 different locations have been instructed to conduct yoga session for about 45 minutes. This year, around 1.5 lakh students along with 15,000 teachers and sub-staff will take part and perform various asanas,” said Mahesh Palkar, education officer.

  • Bihar: 6 children die after car falls into pond in Ararriya

    Patna (Bihar): Six children were killed on Tuesday in Ararriya of Bihar after a car in which they were travelling in fell into a pond. The incident took place near Tarabadi area. One child was rescued before drowning and rushed to the hospital. More details are awaited.

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    Why are sexual offences against children on rise: Bombay High Court asks Maharashtra government

    Mumbai: Taking note of the rise in sexual offences against children and the increase in the number of juveniles in conflict with the law, the Bombay High Court on Monday stressed on the need to ascertain the root cause of such issues. The HC accordingly directed the Maharashtra government to conduct a study on the social and psychological front and ascertain why children are being targeted. A division bench of Justice Naresh

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    Mumbai: HIV-affected students to get admissions under RTE quota

    Mumbai: In good news for thousands instead lakhs of children, the Maharashtra government has decided to provide free education and admissions to children affected with HIV under the 25 per cent quota. The government has also brought children belonging to the Other Backward Caste (OBC) and Special Backward Caste (SBC) under this ambit, provided under the Right to Education Act.

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    Mumbai: Parents shouldn’t pressurise children to score high marks, say educationists

    Mumbai: “It’s not about just high marks,” claimed educationists while advising parents not to pressurise their children to score high marks in board examinations. High marks do not define a student’s potential but skill, talent and areas of interest are the driving force of a students career as per experts.

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    Mumbai: Differently-able kids to be treated on par

    Mumbai: In order to bring all the children’s suffering from some health issue under one roof and helping them in improving their educational and development skills, the city-based paediatrician started a dedicated centre “New Horizon Child Development Centre’ at the Hinduja Healthcare Surgical, Khar. The Hinduja Healthcare Surgical has taken a visionary step in holistic child care by inaugurating New Horizons Child Development Centre in the Out Patient Department building of the

  • Indian-origin family of 5 killed in arson in South Africa

    Johannesburg: Five members of an Indian-origin family, including three children, have been killed in South Africa when their home was allegedly petrol-bombed by an unidentified arsonist, police said.

  • Indore: Complaint against Chameli Devi Public School for operating from commercial complex

    Indore: Concerned parents and education activists during a ‘Jan Sunwai’ here on Tuesday requested additional collector to take action against Chameli Devi Public School -2 situated in Yashwant Plaza for running the school from a commercial complex, and that too without basic facilities for the children.

  • Bhopal: Health workers refuse to administer polio drops

    Bhopal: The contractual health workers who are on strike have refused to administer pulse polio drops even to their own children under National Vaccination Programme as mark of protest. The national vaccination mission’s second phase was held on Sunday. It was two-day door- to -door campaign to cover children who could not be vaccinated.