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Schools can prepare kids to report <strong>sexual</strong> abuse

Schools can prepare kids to report sexual abuse

17 Apr 2015

Sydney:  Teaching children in schools about sexual abuse give them courage to report abuse, finds a study, suggesting that such kids are more likely than others to tell an adult if they had, or were actually experiencing sexual abuse.

Schools,   sexual abuse,   suicidal behaviour,   Latest news,   ,  
 Why question <strong>women</strong>, asks Kalki Koechlin

Why question women, asks Kalki Koechlin

17 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Known for her frank stance on women-related issues, actress Kalki Koechlin, who has impressed critics and audiences with "Margarita With A Straw", wonders why a woman is questioned even for a "good initiative".

Kalki Koechlin,   bollywood actress,   Margarita With A Straw,   Deepika Padukone,   My Choice,   Bollywood movie,   women,   latest news,  
Hawke's Bay Cup: India hockey eves go down 0-3 to US

Hawke's Bay Cup: India hockey eves go down 0-3 to US

18 Apr 2015

Hastings (New Zealand): The Indian women's hockey team lost their 5-8 position match of the Hawke's Bay Cup 0-3 against the US at the Hastings Sports Park here on Saturday.

India hockey,   Women,   Hastings Sports Park,   Hawke's Bay Cup,   US,  Latest sports news,  
 'Pleasure hormone' tells mom what her baby needs

'Pleasure hormone' tells mom what her baby needs

16 Apr 2015

New York:  A hormone better known for its role in inducing sexual attraction and orgasm also helps mothers to stay alert and respond to her baby's cries for help and attention, suggests a new research.

pleasure harmone,   baby needs,   sexual attraction,   Latest lifestyle news,  
Supreme Court 'shocked' over non-auditing of funds to states under ICPS

Supreme Court 'shocked' over non-auditing of funds to states under ICPS

17 Apr 2015

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday expressed "shock" over the response of the Centre that it has not conducted statutory "social audit" of the funds disbursed to states under the Integrated Child Protection Scheme (ICPS).

Supreme Court,   Non auditing of funds,   ICPS,   Integrated Child Protection Scheme,   Centre,   Ministry of Women and Child Development,   Latest National News,  
Divorced <strong>women</strong> more prone to heart attacks

Divorced women more prone to heart attacks

15 Apr 2015

New York:  Even after remarrying, a woman who has been through divorce is nearly twice as likely to have a heart attack when compared to her next door neighbour, who is into a stable relationship, says a research.

divorced women,   heart attacks,   relationship,   stress,   Latest news,   ,  
Changing food <strong>habits</strong> leading to bowel diseases in kids

Changing food habits leading to bowel diseases in kids

08 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Changing food habits from organic food to processed food is resulting in rise in inflammatory bowel disease in children in India, a study says.

food habits,   bowel diseases,   processed food,   Crohn's Disease ,  
Hawke's Bay Cup: NZ Defeats Indian <strong>women</strong> hockey team by 4-1

Hawke's Bay Cup: NZ Defeats Indian women hockey team by 4-1

16 Apr 2015

Hastings (New Zealand): Indian women's hockey team lost 1-4 to hosts New Zealand to crash out in tyhe quarterfinals of the Hawke's Bay Cup here on Thursday.

Indian women's hockey,  Hockey,  Women,  New Zealand,   Hawke's Bay Cup,   Latest sports news,   Latest news,  
'Relentless activism, dedication' needed to empower <strong>women</strong>: Afghan First Lady

'Relentless activism, dedication' needed to empower women: Afghan First Lady

15 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Women on the margins of society find themselves being more victimised the more vulnerable they become although such a fate is not irreversible and change can be brought through "relentless activism" and "blind courage", Afghan First Lady Rula Ghani said here on Wednesday.

Empowerment of women,   Afghan First Lady,   Rula Ghani,   Jamia Millia Islamia,   Latest National News,  
Government for deployment of <strong>women</strong> in all police stations

Government for deployment of women in all police stations

13 Apr 2015

New Delhi: In view of serious concerns about women security, the Centre on Monday said it was trying to ensure deployment of police women in all police stations across the country rather than having all-women police stations.

Women Security,   Police Women,   MoS Kiren Rijiju,   Safety of Citizens,   Modernisation of Police forces,   Latest News,  

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