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ICDB 2007: 25 ‘wow’ child prodigies interviewed by kid radio jockeys
In the days leading to the D-day, the recording studios of the radio station were abuzz with hectic activity. The 22 kid comperes of the children’s programme were busy giving finishing touches to their labour of love...

National Conference on Child Rights
New Delhi: On 20th November, the International Child Rights Day 2007, The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) organized a National Conference on Child Rights in the capital.

Enjoyment, Entertainment, Education & Expression
Dornapal district in the newly created state of Chattisgarh is 416 kms away from the state capital Raipur . It is a strife-torn area bordered on the east by Orissa and on the west by Maharashtra.

‘Shout it out’ music album launched in Tamil Nadu on Children’s Day
“Shout It Out”, is a music album with a difference. It’s about issues that children want to make adults aware of.

National Conference on Child Rights
In the days leading to the D-day, the recording studios of the radio station were abuzz with hectic activity. The 22 kid comperes of the children’s programme were busy giving finishing touches to their labour of love...

Children's Day 2007 - Calendar of Events
India's first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, was born on November 14. He was very fond of children and enjoyed meeting and interacting with them and being photographed with them. Children called him Chacha (Uncle) Nehru.

Children's Day 2007
November 14th is a celebration of ‘Children’s Day’ in the memory of our first Prime Minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Fondly known as Chacha Nehru his message was clear. Children came first for him and he sought to provide our children with childhood.

Role of Parliaments in Advancing Rights of Children
"Making laws is not enough. We must ensure effective implementation of laws to ensure that the laws protecting and asserting the Children's rights are effectively enforced," said Alok Kumar Mehta, member of Indian Parliament.

CRC -- A Lot is Done but Not Enough--says Marta Santos Pais
New Delhi: The Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) has prompted parliaments across the globe to make new laws in the best interest of the child.

Regional Consultation Meet: Rights of the Child discussed
3 August, 2007, Bhopal: A THREE-DAY REGIONAL consultation meet toward preparation of India’s country report on the Convention on the Rights of the Child was recently held at Bhopal.

Child Rights Commission steps in to protect school children from harsh corporal punishment
August 10, 2007, New Delhi: The recent spate of incidences of violence against children by teachers has prompted the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) to step in to protect helpless school children.

The History of Child Rights in India
The Indian Constitution has a framework within which ample provisions are available for protection, development and welfare of children.

Students pioneer radio reporting in Medak
T. Amarender may pass off as just another class X student from a government school in Wargal mandal of Medak district, but come Sunday, the entire district will be listening to him.

 

 

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