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New Chinese law discourages fancy names for <strong>children</strong>

New Chinese law discourages fancy names for children

01 Nov 2014

Beijing: China on Saturday passed a law mandating parents to follow the convention of naming their children after their relatives from bloodlines, in an apparent move to discourage trends of adopting fashionable or unorthodox names.

China,   Chinese law,   fancy names,   children,   baby names,   unorthodox baby names,  
Several media persons <strong>injured</strong> as Haryana Police target them

Several media persons injured as Haryana Police target them

18 Nov 2014

Barwala (Haryana): Several media persons covering the stand-off and clash between the security forces and followers of  controversial sect leader Rampal were injured on Tuesday as the police carried out an unprovoked attack on the journalists.

media persons attacked,   Haryana Police,   Rampal,   Satlok Ashram,   S N Vashisht,   Hisar police officers,   ,  
Violent clashes at Rampal's ashram leave over 200 <strong>injured</strong>

Violent clashes at Rampal's ashram leave over 200 injured

18 Nov 2014

Barwala (Hisar): Violent clashes broke out at the Satlok Ashram of self-styled 'godman' Rampal here in Haryana leaving over 200 persons, including security and media personnel, injured, as efforts to arrest him were met with stiff resistance by his supporters who allegedly fired at the police and lobbed 'petrol bombs'.

Clashes,   Satlok ashram,   Godman Rampal,   Haryana,   Police lobbing,   Police lathicharge ,  
Telangana: 25 school <strong>children</strong> dead, 4 <strong>injured</strong> in train-bus collision

Telangana: 25 school children dead, 4 injured in train-bus collision

24 Jul 2014

Medak: 25 children were killed and 4 others seriously injured after a train rammed into a school bus at an unmanned railway crossing at Chegunta in Telangana's Medak district.

Telangana,   Medak,   school bus,   accident,   unmanned railway crossing,   Death on tracks,   collision,  ,   ,  
India leads in pre-term birth complication deaths: Lancet

India leads in pre-term birth complication deaths: Lancet

17 Nov 2014

Washington: Over 3.6 lakh children under age five die from pre-term birth complications each year in India, says an alarming study published in the prestigious journal The Lancet, adding that the complications of pre-term birth now outrank all other causes as the world's number one killer of young children.

children under age five,   die,   pre-term birth complications,   complications of pre-term birth,   outrank all other causes,   world's number one,   killer of young children,  
SC slams Bihar, Chhattisgarh over missing <strong>children</strong>

SC slams Bihar, Chhattisgarh over missing children

31 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday slammed the Bihar and Chhattisgarh governments for not furnishing proper information on missing children, including not filing police complaints in all the cases and steps taken to recover them.

Supreme Court,   Missing Children,   Bihar government ,   Chhattisgarh government,  
18 killed, 13 <strong>injured</strong> in fire at food packing factory in China

18 killed, 13 injured in fire at food packing factory in China

17 Nov 2014

Beijing: At least 18 people were killed and 13 injured in a massive fire at a carrot-packaging plant in China's Shandong Province, authorities said.

Beijing,   Carrot-packaging plant,   China fire,   Shandong Province,  
National School of Drama offers theatre fest for <strong>children</strong>

National School of Drama offers theatre fest for children

28 Oct 2014

New Delhi: A range of dramas in 12 languages is set to be showcased at the upcoming theatre festival for children by the National School of Drama here.

New Delhi,   dramas,   theatre festival,   children,  National School of Drama,   NSD,  
Don't transfer employees with autistic kids: Government

Don't transfer employees with autistic kids: Government

17 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Government employees who have children suffering from autism will be exempted from routine transfers and they will not be asked to take voluntary retirement on refusing such postings, the Centre said on Monday. The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has issued an order including autism in the category for disabled children whose parents (government employees) are exempted from transfer.

government employees,   transfer,   autistic kids,   children,   autism,   routine transfers,   voluntary retirement,   posting,   DoPT,  
Chennaiyin FC replaces <strong>injured</strong> goalie Abhijit with Francesco

Chennaiyin FC replaces injured goalie Abhijit with Francesco

08 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Indian Super League side Chennaiyin FC have replaced injured goalkeeper Abhijit Mondal with Italian Francesco Franzese, an ISL statement said.

Chennaiyin FC,   Chennaiyin,   Abhijit Mondal,   Francesco Franzese,   Shilton Paul,   Italian football,  

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