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Maharashtra government mulls including road safety 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 ,  
Kiran Bedi proposes engagement of youth for development

Kiran Bedi proposes engagement of youth for development

30 Jan 2015

New Delhi: In the absence of a unified party manifesto, BJP's Chief Ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi is sharing her own blueprints in the run up to the Assembly elections.

Kiran Bedi,   BJP chief ministerial candidate,   Delhi assembly polls,  women security,   KiransBlueprint,   blueprints for Delhi elections,  
 <strong>Women</strong> becoming increasing vulnerable to cervical cancer

Women becoming increasing vulnerable to cervical cancer

28 Jan 2015

New Delhi: With lifestyles in India changing, women are becoming increasingly vulnerable to cervical and breast cancers.

Women,   cervical cancer,   breast cancers,   AIIMS,  
<strong>Sexual</strong> objectification increases fear of rape among <strong>women</strong>

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 ,  
Every girl's life matters; should be treated with dignity: Obama

Every girl's life matters; should be treated with dignity: Obama

27 Jan 2015

New Delhi: "Every girl's life matters", US President Barack Obama said here on Tuesday as he emphasised on providing safety, respect and dignity to women in the country.

Barack Obama,   US President,   Indian women,   dignity of women,   Women in India,  
Nations become successful when <strong>women</strong> do well: Obama

Nations become successful when women do well: Obama

27 Jan 2015

New Delhi: US President Barack Obama on Tuesday said the sight of "incredible" Indian women in the Armed forces was one of his "favourite things" on his India visit as he stressed that nations become successful when their women make progress.

Barack Obama,   US President,   Indian Women,   wing commander Pooja Thakur,   working women in India,   Obama India visit ,  
Sisterly advice to help Serena prepare for Keys

Sisterly advice to help Serena prepare for Keys

28 Jan 2015

Melboune: Serena Williams will turn to her sister for advice for her all-American semi-final against Madison Keys, the teenager with designs on the throne of US women's tennis.

Serena Williams,   Madison Keys,   US women tennis,   Venus Williams,   Australian Open,   Tennis grand slam ,  
 Couples should shun bad <strong>habits</strong> together for better health

Couples should shun bad habits together for better health

20 Jan 2015

London: If your wife finally puts on her shoes and hit the gym, it is possible that you will follow her footsteps for a healthy life together.This is the gist of a new study that found that people were more successful in swapping bad habits like no exercise, smoking and drinking for good ones if their partner made a change as well.

Couples,   bad habits,   health,   healthy life,   smoking,  
New app may help parents check child abuse

New app may help parents check child abuse

25 Jan 2015

Washington: A new app claims to help parents protect their children from sexual abuse. The SafeParent app created by Jeff Herman, child advocate and attorney for victims of sexual abuse in US, has a quiz for parents to take with their kids.  

New app,   parents,   protect children from sexual abuse,  
Padma Shri came as a pleasant surprise: Mithali Raj

Padma Shri came as a pleasant surprise: Mithali Raj

26 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Surprised at being selected for the Padma Shri, Indian women’s cricket team captain Mithali Raj says she was not expecting the prestigious honour with some men’s team superstars also in the race.

Padma Shri,   Indian women cricket team,   Mithali Raj ,  

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