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Smartphones in kids' bedroom hamper sleep

Smartphones in kids' bedroom hamper sleep

07 Jan 2015

Washington: Parents, please note. If you allow your children to sleep with smartphone, it is time to set 'curfew nights' for electronic devices. According to a study of more than 2,000 elementary and middle-school students, having a smartphone or tablet in the bedroom was associated with less weekday sleep and feeling sleepy in the daytime.

Smartphones,   kids',   bedroom,   sleep,   TV,   Children ,  
Pakistani <strong>children</strong> anxiously return to school a month after Peshawar massacre

Pakistani children anxiously return to school a month after Peshawar massacre

12 Jan 2015

Peshawar: Children streamed back to school across Pakistan on Monday in an anxious start to a new term following last month's massacre of 134 students at an army-run school in the volatile northwestern city of Peshawar.

Pakistani children,   Peshawar,   Raheel Sharif,   December 16 massacre,   Army Public School,   ,  
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,   ,  
Pakistan shells civilian areas; 8 BoPs along International Border in Jammu, 3 <strong>injured</strong>

Pakistan shells civilian areas; 8 BoPs along International Border in Jammu, 3 injured

30 Jan 2015

Jammu: Pakistani troops on Thursday night heavily shelled border hamlets and 8 Border outposts (BoPs) including Arnia town along International Border (IB) in Jammu district resulting in injuries to three persons.

ceasefire violation,   Pakistani troops,   BSF outposts,   Border outposts,   Indian International Border in Jammu,   Jammu and Kashmir,  
Two <strong>injured</strong> in bomb explosion in Burdwan

Two injured in bomb explosion in Burdwan

02 Jan 2015

Burdwan: Two persons have been injured in a bomb blast at Borogoria village in Burdwan district, a police officer said on Friday.

bomb explosion,   Burdwan bomb blast,   terror attack,   terrorism,   ,  
<strong>Children</strong> taken ill after consuming Jatropha fruit

Children taken ill after consuming Jatropha fruit

11 Dec 2014

Azamgarh: At least 29 children were admitted to a hospital in Ishwarpur Pawni village in aulia area after consuming poisonous Jatropha fruits.

children,   jatropha fruit,   hospital,  
Sixteen students, two policemen <strong>injured</strong> in college union violence in West Bengal

Sixteen students, two policemen injured in college union violence in West Bengal

19 Jan 2015

Raiganj (WB): Sixteen students and two policemen were injured in two separate cases of college student union election violence in North Dinajpur district on Monday.

Violence in West Bengal college,   West Bengal AISF,   TMCP,   SFI,   ABVP,  
Four killed, 100 <strong>injured</strong> in South Korea fire

Four killed, 100 injured in South Korea fire

10 Jan 2015

Seoul: At least four people were killed and 100 injured Saturday in a fire that broke out in a 10-storey multi-purpose building in South Korea. The fire erupted in a building in Uijeongbu.

south korea fire,   Uijeongbu,   four killed in fire,   ,  
Cinematographer turns director for children's film

Cinematographer turns director for children's film

29 Dec 2014

Kolkata: Ace cinematographer Amitabh Singh is looking forward to his debut as director of a children's film 'Shortcut Safari', starring Jimmy Shergill. Amitabh, who had worked with 'Chillar Party' and Oscar-nominated 'The Good Road', focuses on saving greens in his film, where a gaggle of children lose their way in the forest of Dangs and come across a mythical forest saviour (Jimmy). The film is slated for nationwide release in theatres during the mid next year.

Amitabh Singh,   children,   Cinematographer,   director,   Oscar ,  
Nursery admissions: DoE issues directives over EWS category

Nursery admissions: DoE issues directives over EWS category

27 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Delhi government saturday came out with detailed guidelines for nursery admission of children belonging to economically weaker section (EWS) in private schools in the national capital for the academic year 2015-16.

DOE,   admissions,   EWS,   nursery,   children,   Government,   vacancies ,  

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