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Two-year uninterrupted <strong>child</strong> care leave for Central Government women employees: SC

Two-year uninterrupted child care leave for Central Government women employees: SC

16 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Central Government women employees can get uninterrupted leave for two years for child care which also includes needs like examination and sickness, the Supreme Court said on Tuesday.

Supreme Court,   government women employees,   childcare,   childcare leave,   women employees,   childcare leave for women employees,   ,  
NCW insulting me on <strong>rape</strong> remarks: Mulayam

NCW insulting me on rape remarks: Mulayam

15 Apr 2014

Bijnore/Sambhal: Irked over the notice sent to him by the National Commission for Women (NCW) over his remarks on rape, Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav accused the panel of insulting him.

Mulayam Singh Yadav,   rape remark,   rape punishment,   death penalty,   Samajwadi Party,   NCW,  
Jaya Prada terms Mulayam’s <strong>rape</strong> remark as 'shameful'

Jaya Prada terms Mulayam’s rape remark as 'shameful'

14 Apr 2014

Agra: RLD candidate from Bijnore Jaya Prada slammed Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh over his recent controversial remarks on anti-rape laws, terming his rhetoric as ‘shameful and irresponsible’.

RLD ,   Bijnore,   Jaya Prada,   Samajwadi Party ,  Mulayam Singh,  
<strong>Child</strong> actor Parth is hero of ‘Bhoothnath Returns’: Big B

Child actor Parth is hero of ‘Bhoothnath Returns’: Big B

11 Apr 2014

Mumbai: Amitabh Bachchan is himself a part of ‘Bhoothnath Returns’, but the megastar says child talent Parth Bhalerao is the film’s hero. He calls the little boy a ‘commensurate performer’, who left even seasoned professionals behind with his performance.

Amitabh Bachchan,   child talent Parth Bhalerao,   Bhoothnath Returns,   Williams Wordsworth,   B R Chopra,   Ravi Chopra,   Anurag Kashyap ,   ,  
Mulayam under fire for <strong>rape</strong> remarks

Mulayam under fire for rape remarks

11 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Samajwadi Party (SP) supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav has come under sharp criticism from the political parties and social activists for his controversial comment calling rape ‘a mistake’.

Mulayam Singh,   Samajawadi Party,   Mulayam’s rape remarks,   Congress slams Mulayam,   Mulayam's remarks ,  
December 16 <strong>rape</strong> victim's parents condemn Mulayam

December 16 rape victim's parents condemn Mulayam

11 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The parents of the Dec 16 rape victim on Friday condemned the outrageous remarks of Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on rapists, and urged people not to elect such a leader as he does not honor women.

Dec 16 rape victim,   Samajwadi Party,   Uttar Pradesh,   Security to women,   Singapore hospital ,  
Kalki to fight against <strong>child</strong> sexual abuse

Kalki to fight against child sexual abuse

08 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Actress Kalki Koechlin has joined hands with actor Rahul Bose to fight against child sexual abuse. The gorgeous actress was present at the press conference organized by Rahul Bose's NGO HEAL towards the cause of preventing child sexual abuse.

Kalki Koechlin,   Rahul Bose,   HEAL,   Child sexual abuse,   Rahul Bose's NGO HEAL,   preventing child sexual abuse,  
Mulayam for change in <strong>rape</strong> laws, says boys make 'mistakes'

Mulayam for change in rape laws, says boys make 'mistakes'

10 Apr 2014

Moradabad: In highly controversial remarks, Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav said there was a need to change the anti-rape laws as "boys commit mistakes" for which they should not be hanged.

Mulayam Singh Yadav,   Samajwadi Party,   Mulayam speech,   Rape laws,   Crime against women,   Lok sabha elections ,  
Muzaffanagar riots’ gang-<strong>rape</strong> victims to cast their vote

Muzaffanagar riots’ gang-rape victims to cast their vote

08 Apr 2014

Muzaffarnagar: Seven gang-rape victims of Muzaffarnagar riots will exercise their right to franchise in the upcoming polls in the region, officials said.

Muzaffarnagar,   gang-rape,   vote,   UP,   Lok Sabha,   victims,   elections,  
Religious leaders unite in Myanmar to support <strong>child</strong> rights

Religious leaders unite in Myanmar to support child rights

04 Apr 2014

Yangon: Leaders of four major religions have come together in support of child rights in Myanmar. Buddhist, Christian, Hindu and Muslim religious leaders stressed that every child is entitled to a safe, protected childhood in which the child can grow and develop to her or his optimal potential, according to UNICEF.

Myanmar,   Buddhist,   Christian,   Hindu,   Muslim,   Child right ,  

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