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Abolition of child marriage will take 50 years more: UNICEF

Abolition of child marriage will take 50 years more: UNICEF

26 Aug 2014

Kolkata: India has witnessed a decline in child marriage in the last two decades, but going by the slow pace it will require another 50 years to abolish the practice from the country, according to UNICEF.

Child marriage,   UNICEF,   child marriage abolition,   child brides,   girls,   India,  
100-room UP Bhawan to be built in Noida

100-room UP Bhawan to be built in Noida

28 Aug 2014

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has given a green signal for the construction of a new 100-room UP Bhawan in Noida, near national capital, an official said on Thursday.

UP Bhawan,   UP Sadan,   Noida,   Uttar Pradesh CM,   Akhilesh Yadav,   Mahamaya Girls Inter College,   Sector- 44 Noida,   100 room bhawan,   Rajya Sampatti department,  
PIL to prohibit <strong>girls</strong> below 18 from acting in films dismissed

PIL to prohibit girls below 18 from acting in films dismissed

23 Aug 2014

Chennai: The Madras High Court dismissed a PIL seeking to prohibit girls below 18 years of age to act as heroine and other adult characters in movies after the petitioner herself withdrew it.

Makkal Katchi,   PIL,   Madras High Court,   Sanjay Kishan Kaul,   ,  
Malala urges young people to campaign for change

Malala urges young people to campaign for change

19 Aug 2014

United Nations: Pakistani teenager Malala Yousafzai, who was shot by the Taliban for campaigning for girls' education, has told more than 500 young people that they should start working right now to change the world.

Pakistani teenager,   Malala Yousafzai,   Taliban,   girls education,   Swat valley ,  
Modi urges parliamentarians to construct separate toilets for <strong>girls</strong>

Modi urges parliamentarians to construct separate toilets for girls

15 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Stressing on ‘dignity of women’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged parliamentarians and the corporate sector to help build separate toilets for girls in schools across the country by next year.

Narendra Modi,   Prime Minister,   toilets,   toilets for girls,   Independence Day,   Independence Day celebration,  
Kareena Kapoor bats for <strong>girls</strong>' education

Kareena Kapoor bats for girls' education

04 Aug 2014

Mumbai: As a celebrity advocate of UNICEF, Kareena Kapoor Khan recently visited Jalna to propagate the education of girl children.

Kareena Kapoor,   celebrity advocate,   UNICEF,  education of girl child,   Saif Ali Khan,  
<strong>Girls</strong> have ability to help grow India's economy: Priyanka Chopra

Girls have ability to help grow India's economy: Priyanka Chopra

12 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Actress Priyanka Chopra says that "girls have the ability to transform their own lives and help grow India's economy". She feels that they should be given more opportunities to make a mark.

Priyanka Chopra,   Girl child,   UNICEF India goodwill ambassador,   UNICEF,   UNO,  
<strong>Girls</strong> have the right to wear jeans, use mobiles: Khap chief

Girls have the right to wear jeans, use mobiles: Khap chief

12 Aug 2014

Jind: To use mobile phones and wear jeans is the fundamental right of a girl and no panchayat should put a ban on it, chief of a Khap panchayat in Haryana has said.

Khap panchayat,   Tekaram Kandela,   women rights,   fundamental rights,  
Rani Mukerji bats for martial arts training for school <strong>girls</strong>

Rani Mukerji bats for martial arts training for school girls

06 Aug 2014

Jhansi: Actress Rani Mukerji, who is playing a tough cop in her upcoming film 'Mardaani', feels martial arts training to girls in schools should be made compulsory.

Rani Mukerji,   Mardaani,   Rani Lakshmibai,   ISKON temple,   martial arts,  ,   ,  
Two minor sisters go missing; police suspect kidnapping

Two minor sisters go missing; police suspect kidnapping

28 Jul 2014

Thane: Two minor sisters have allegedly been kidnapped from Nallasopara area of Thane district, police said on Monday. The two girls, aged 14 and 10 years, had gone to their school on Saturday, but did not return home, Nallasopara police station's senior inspector Ravindra B Badgujar said.

Kidnapping,   minor girls,   police,   assault,   crime,  

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