26 Apr 2015
New Delhi: India on Sunday said that it would evacuate on priority 18 members of the country's Under-14 girls football team which is stuck in Nepal following a massive earthquake.
21 Apr 2015
Burdwan (WB): The Burdwan district administration has decided to introduce self-defence training for girl students in schools. It has been found that school-going girls are often the targets of offenders, who take advantage of the long trek the girls have to undertake to attend schools in rural areas, sometimes alone through the fields, a top district official said.
15 Apr 2015
New York: Pakistani teenager and Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai on Tuesday told Nigerian schoolgirls who were kidnapped a year ago by Boko Haram militants they will never be forgotten and to never lose hope.
14 Apr 2015
Lagos: Boko Haram has kidnapped at least 2,000 women and girls since the beginning of last year, Amnesty International said on Monday, a year on from the mass abduction of 219 Nigerian schoolgirls.
11 Apr 2015
Patna: Bihar government is arranging facilities to provide higher secondary education to all girls as "educating girls is the best way to stabilise population", Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said.
11 Apr 2015
Patna: Bihar government is arranging facilities to provide higher secondary education to all girls as "educating girls is the best way to stabilise population", Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday said.
12 Apr 2015
Kolkata: Following the success of its 'Kanyashree Prakalpa' scheme for the girl child, the West Bengal government is now planning to expand the programme by reaching out to educated women in order to help them build their career and livelihood.
03 Apr 2015
Akola: A manhunt has been launched to arrest two teachers who face charges of molesting 55 students of the Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV) in Akola, Maharashtra, an official said here on Friday.
21 Mar 2015
Pune: A 58-year-old IAS officer has been arrested for allegedly raping and molesting four minor school-going girls here, police said on Saturday.
17 Mar 2015
Chandigarh: Students belonging to Scheduled Castes in Haryana would get tablets free of cost from the state government to get technical education, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar announced on Monday.