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'<strong>Children</strong> of War' to re-release in Bangladesh on 12th December

'Children of War' to re-release in Bangladesh on 12th December

29 Nov 2014

Panaji: After evoking a good response in its homeland, period drama 'Children of War' is all set to re-release in Bangladesh on December 16 this year on country's 'Victory Day'.

Children of War,   IFFI Bangladesh,   IFFI,   Bangladesh Liberation War,   Mrityunjay Devrat,   Bangladesh partition ,  
1.1 million HIV infections in <strong>children</strong> prevented: UNICEF

1.1 million HIV infections in children prevented: UNICEF

29 Nov 2014

United Nations: An estimated 1.1 million human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infections among children under the age of 15 have been prevented between 2005 and 2013.

HIV,   UNICEF,   World AIDS Day,   HIV treatment,   ,  
Cases of crime against <strong>children</strong> has increased: Government

Cases of crime against children has increased: Government

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The number of cases of crime against children including sexual violence and abuse has increased over the years as per the data maintained by National Crime Records Bureau, the government on Friday said.

crime against children,   Government,   crime against women,   security,   women security,  
Flashback 2014: This year saw rise in offences against women in courts

Flashback 2014: This year saw rise in offences against women in courts

24 Dec 2014

New Delhi: An alarming rise in cases of sexual offences against women and children by Delhi's trial courts in 2014 remained a major concern notwithstanding few successful prosecutions, including Dhaula Kuan gang-rape case involving a woman from north-east.

Sexual offences,   Crime against women,   Crime against children,   Delhi trial courts,   Dhaula Kuan gang-rape case,   safety of women ,  
Centre issues guidelines to deal with terror attack on schools

Centre issues guidelines to deal with terror attack on schools

19 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Children and teachers should avoid panic reaction and centralised alarm and Public Address systems must be installed under a set of comprehensive guidelines sent by the government to schools across the country on how to deal with any terror attack.

Children,   Teachers,   Public Address systems,   Government,   Home Ministry,   School security,   Terror attack,  
<strong>Injured</strong> Mitchell Marsh won't bowl further in ongoing second Test

Injured Mitchell Marsh won't bowl further in ongoing second Test

17 Dec 2014

Brisbane: Australia were on Wednesday dealt a blow as their all-rounder Mitchell Marsh will not bowl again in the remainder of the second cricket Test against India due to a hamstring injury on the first day at the Gabba.

Brisbane Test,   Australia,   India,   Mitchell Marsh,   Hamstring injury,   Gabba,   Alex Kountouris,   Shane Watson,   Melbourne Test,   Boxing Day Test ,  
India records highest deaths among under-five <strong>children</strong>

India records highest deaths among under-five children

05 Dec 2014

New Delhi: India reports the highest number of deaths among children below the age of five years, annually due to pneumonia and diarrhoea, according to an international report, the government told Lok Sabha on Friday.

Lok Sabha,   pneumonia,   diarrhoea,   J P Nadda,   under-five children deaths,   ORS,   IRS,   ,  
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,  ,   ,  
10 thalassemic <strong>children</strong> in Pakistan get HIV due to transfusion

10 thalassemic children in Pakistan get HIV due to transfusion

04 Dec 2014

Islamabad: At least 10 Pakistani children suffering from thalassemia have tested positive for the HIV virus after allegedly receiving a transfusion of infected blood.

HIV,   HIV virus,   halassemia,   polio in Pakistan,  
One killed, six <strong>injured</strong> in grenade attack by militants

One killed, six injured in grenade attack by militants

05 Dec 2014

Srinagar: One person was killed and six others were on Friday injured when militants hurled a grenade at a crowded bus stand in Pulwama district of south Kashmir, police said.

Srinagar,   militant attack,   Pulwama district,   Ghulam Hasan Mir,   grenade,  

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