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91 <strong>children</strong> run away from 'overcrowded' juvenile jail in Meerut

91 children run away from 'overcrowded' juvenile jail in Meerut

02 Feb 2015

Meerut: In a shocking incident, 91 children absconded from a juvenile jail in Meerut during wee hours on Monday morning. However, 43 children were arrested by police during search operation.

Meerut juvenile jail,   Children Reformation Home,   Bal Sudhar Grah,   Suraj Kund,   Meerut,  
Committee to be constituted for preparing DPR: Harish Rawat

Committee to be constituted for preparing DPR: Harish Rawat

13 Dec 2014

Dehradhun: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat has announced that a state-level committee will be constituted to prepare a Detailed Project Report (DPR) on different projects of the state related to Union Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation.

Dehradun,   Harish Rawat,   Uttarakhand Chief Minister ,  
Bangalore-Ernakulam express derails: Nine dead, 16 seriously <strong>injured</strong>

Bangalore-Ernakulam express derails: Nine dead, 16 seriously injured

13 Feb 2015

Anekal (Karna): Nine passengers were killed and 16 seriously injured when nine bogies of the Ernakulam-bound Express train from Bengaluru jumped off the track near here on Friday.

Bangalore Ernakulam express,   intercity express,   train mishap,   train derails,   Karnataka,   Hosur,  
<strong>Injured</strong> Clarke gets Lehmann's support for World Cup

Injured Clarke gets Lehmann's support for World Cup

04 Feb 2015

Melbourne: Putting his weight behind injured Michael Clarke, Australia coach Darren Lehmann has said the 33-year-old batsman's recovery from a hamstring surgery is "ahead of schedule" and he will captain the national team in the upcoming cricket World Cup.

Michael Clarke,   Australia cricket coach,   Darren Lehmann,   Cricket World Cup,  
India makes progress in bringing <strong>children</strong> to schools: UN

India makes progress in bringing children to schools: UN

21 Jan 2015

United Nations: India has been able to decrease its number of out-of-school children by nearly 16 million between 2000 and 2012, driving the progress in South Asia, but it still has 1.4 million children not attending primary school, a United Nations report said.

United Nations,   primary school,   school children,   India makes progress,   South Asia,  
UK becomes first country to allow 'three-parent' babies

UK becomes first country to allow 'three-parent' babies

04 Feb 2015

London: Britain on Wednesday created history by becoming the first country to legalise children conceived with DNA from three parents after lawmakers voted in favour of the controversial procedure that sparked a fierce ethical debate with senior Church figures.

Britain,   United Kingdom,   Children,   DNA,   Parents,   British lawmakers,  
 326 kids rescued by Ghaziabad police in second phase of Operation Smile

326 kids rescued by Ghaziabad police in second phase of Operation Smile

02 Feb 2015

Ghaziabad: District police have rescued 326 children from various places in the second phase of "Operation Smile", an initiative to trace missing children which culminated on January 31, a senior official said on Monday.

Ghaziabad police,   Operation Smile,   missing children,   326 kids rescued ,  
Seven <strong>children</strong> killed, nine <strong>injured</strong> in wall collapse

Seven children killed, nine injured in wall collapse

14 Jul 2014

Khandwa(MP): Seven children were killed and nine others, including adults and minors, were injured in neighbouring Burhanpur district when boundary wall of a religious place collapsed due to heavy rains, police said on Monday.

Wall collapse,   children killed,   injured,   heavy rains,   Khandwa,   ,  
Rural Uttar Pradesh <strong>children</strong> to learn 'science on wheels'

Rural Uttar Pradesh children to learn 'science on wheels'

17 Jan 2015

Varanasi: With the "Science on Wheels" programme, children in rural Uttar Pradesh would now have the opportunity to imbibe the concepts of gravity and eclipses outside the conventional class room set-up.

rural Uttar Pradesh,   science on wheels,   Agastya foundation,  
 Air pollution affects children's memory: Study

Air pollution affects children's memory: Study

12 Feb 2015

Washington: Children living in cities with significant air pollution are at an increased risk for detrimental impacts to the brain, including short-term memory loss and lower IQ, a new study has found.

Air pollution affects,   air pollution,   children memory,   IQ,   memory loss,   brain,  

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