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Dr. Yogesh Dube recently visited Gorakhpur and expressed his dissatisfaction over the government actions in dealing with as well as preventing the JE/AES cases. He also felt that the Government is lacking any long-term plan and appropriate measures
However, nine months later, Jha's son and others are still not allowed to attend these classes at east Delhi's St Lawrence Convent...Most recently, Jha's son, a class two student, was not allowed to go to toilet despite repeated requests...
Agra recently to review crime cases against children in the city of Taj. Wednesday said during a two-day visit to Agra (Sept 6-7), it has stumbled upon various irregularities at the Childrens Home (Sishu Sadan) and Observation Home for Boys in Agra.
The case relating to molestation of a young girl in Guwahati should have been handled by the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights instead of the NCW as the victim is a minor, experts said today. Not only this, there is a separate
Indias child rights watchdog has assailed the Haryana governments response to the Rohtak shelter scandal as shocking, shoddy and insensitive, and declared that the deputy commissioner concerned has forfeited the right to be in his job. Haryanas
Mathura homes for children in conflict with law and in need of care and protection on Friday, stumbled upon a child welfare system which, it claimed, has failed grossly to protect the rights of the children...Dube, who is also the Chairman, Core
Supreme Court guidelines had been followed in the case of the borewell in which Mahi fell to death. The panel also wanted to know if any violation was found in this case and action was taken by the state. The apex court guidelines include measures
It took NCW a month to send a team to talk to the victims and get first hand information to compile a report about the shocking disclosures about sexual abuse and torture of girls in Apna Ghar in Rohtak. The three-member team arrived here at noon and
The Commission's delegation will meet senior officials of the state to discuss and review the child labour situation in the area. The delegation will look into the complaints received from Meghalaya and also discuss about the 'inordinate delay' in
Member Dipa Dixit and Registrar B.K.Sahu, since its inception in 2007, but we have been in constant touch with the GoAP (Government of Arunachal Pradesh) as well as the civil society and NGOs, who have been filing complaints on violation of child