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Maharashtra government mulls including road <strong>safety</strong> lessons in school syllabus

Maharashtra government mulls including road safety lessons in school syllabus

29 Jan 2015

Thane: Maharashtra government is mulling to incorporate lessons on road safety in school syllabus to inculcate safety habits among students, Education Minister Vinod Tawde has said.

Vinod Tawde,   road safety,   Maharashtra government,   safety habits,   Maharashtra Education Minister ,  
UP Women's Commision begins martial arts training for <strong>girls</strong>

UP Women's Commision begins martial arts training for girls

20 Jan 2015

Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh State Commission for Women has started a seven-day martial arts training programme for girls in government schools from here on Tuesday.

Uttar Pradesh,   Chief Minister,   Akhilesh Yadav,   Martial Arts Training Programme,   Women Safety,  
Centre mulling amending SABLA scheme, says Maneka Gandhi

Centre mulling amending SABLA scheme, says Maneka Gandhi

22 Jan 2015

Panipat: The Centre is planning to amend the SABLA scheme, introduced by the UPA government for empowerment of adolescent girls, with the consent of state governments,Union Minister Maneka Gandhi said.

maneka Gandhi,   SABLA scheme,   empowerment of adolescent girls,  
2,000 <strong>girls</strong> get killed inside wombs daily: Maneka Gandhi

2,000 girls get killed inside wombs daily: Maneka Gandhi

22 Jan 2015

Panipat (Har): Expressing concern over the adverse sex ratio in the country, Union minister Maneka Gandhi  on Thursday called for a need to fight the scourge of female foeticide which claims "2000 lives of girls daily."

Female Foeticide,   Sex Ratio,   Maneka Gandhi,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   BBBP campaign,  
Haryana to create special fund for <strong>girls</strong> at district level:Chief Minister

Haryana to create special fund for girls at district level:Chief Minister

20 Jan 2015

Panipat: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Tuesday said that special fund would be created at the district level for schemes and programmes for girls' welfare right from their childhood to education.

special fund for girl child,   Manohar Lal Khattar,   Haryana CM,   beti bachao beti padhao,  
Women <strong>safety</strong> central issue, not full statehood for Delhi: Kiran Bedi

Women safety central issue, not full statehood for Delhi: Kiran Bedi

16 Jan 2015

New Delhi: A day after joining BJP, former IPS officer Kiran Bedi on Friday said that full statehood for Delhi was not the "central" issue even as she stressed on the need for ensuring women's security and cleanliness in the city.

Delhi,   Women Safety,   Election Issue,   Kiran Bedi,  
 Let's educate our <strong>girls</strong>, says Amitabh Bachchan

Let's educate our girls, says Amitabh Bachchan

13 Jan 2015

Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who is actively involved with various social causes, is batting for girls' education.

Amitabh Bachchan,   Wazir,   Girl Child,   Shamitabh,   Big B,   Girl education,  
Tata Motors launches tracking solution aimed at student <strong>safety</strong>

Tata Motors launches tracking solution aimed at student safety

15 Jan 2015

Greater Noida: Tata Motors on Thursday launched a tracking solution, aimed at student safety, which would come as a standard fitment on the its ‘Ultra’ range of school buses.

Bus & Special Vehicle Show 2015,   BSVS,   student safety,   tracking solution,   Tata Motors,   Tata SKOOLMAN,   ,  
Sexual objectification increases fear of rape among women

Sexual objectification increases fear of rape among women

15 Jan 2015

New York: The rampant sexual objectification of women can heighten their fears of being raped, a significant study says, adding that making sexual objectification socially unacceptable could enhance women's sense of safety.

Sexual objectification of women,   rape women,   rape,   women safety ,  
Parents disregard child road <strong>safety</strong> guidelines: Study

Parents disregard child road safety guidelines: Study

07 Jan 2015

New York: Using a rear-facing car seat until a child is two years old reduces risk of serious injury but close to one-quarter of parents in US turn the seat around before their child is even a year old, shows a survey.

Parents,   children,   road safety guidelines,  

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