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Kerala protests ban on sale of cattle for slaughter, organises beef fests

IMAGE: Youth Congress workers participate in a beef festival in front of BJP's Ernakulam office in Kochi on Saturday. Photograph: PTI Photo Beef was cooked on the roadside and consumed......

Child mortality rate in India is declining

As per World Health Organisation data, visualised above, the biggest causes of mortality in children between the ages of 0 to 4 years are prematurity, acute lower respiratory infection (including......

Child trafficking gets little attention as forces too strained

Child protection groups are worried about unaccompanied children in Uttarakhand, reports Kavita Chowdhury During natural calamities such as the horrific floods and devastation in Uttarakhand,......

Children from India, Pak video conference on issues

Celebrating its 75 successful years of campaigning for child rights, Plan India on Wednesday organised a video conferencing between the group of Plan India children and Plan Pakistan community......

A plan to protect our children

The central government has quickened its efforts to launch the National Child Protection Scheme as soon as possible.The efforts come soon after the serial killings of children and women in......

Entrepreneurship is not the solving of a sum but the painting of a picture

India’s salvation lies in job creation by entrepreneurs, say Manish Sabharwal and Ashok Reddy. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com. Now that the heaviest drama of the Infosys and Tata......

Rs 201 per day? Rs 277? How much welfare do Indians need?

Universal basic income or social security? Economist Nitin Desai feels we need a blueprint for universal health care and pensions to help the vulnerable section. IMAGE: All Indians need access to......

Reliance introduces 12-week paid leave for mothers using surrogates

A similar period of paid maternity leave will be provided for fixed term and trainee employees Reliance Industries, second most valuable company in India, has introduced a 12-week paid leave for......

Parliament passes bill to extend maternity leave from 12 to 26 weeks

Women working in the organised sector will now be entitled to paid maternity leave of 26 weeks, up from 12 weeks, as Parliament on Thursday passed a bill in this regard that will benefit about 1.8......

Who will benefit from the Child Labour Act, Mr Modi?

Amendments to the Child Labour Act say children can work in ‘family enterprises’ but the definition isn’t clear, points out Shyamal Majumdar. Varun Gandhi may have gone overboard......

'Aamir can never be an actor'

When Aamir was in his teens, someone suggested that his uncle Nasir Husain should cast his nephew sometime in the future.'No,' Husain said, 'he can never be an actor.''I am a director. I have a......

'Writing is an art, a craft and an expression with limitless potential to evolve'

'This may seem like a lyrical lamenting of a writer, but it is the sad reality in and outside the industry. In films, nine out of 10 times the writer's name is not mentioned in posters, publicity......

'I am a bit foolhardy and that's what holds me in good stead'

'All love stories are great and, within other stories, there are always love stories. You will very rarely find movies with only male or only female characters.' 'Most of my discussions happen......

'Live from the heart. Dil Se'

'Embrace all that this life has in store for you, let your heart be as deep as the deepest ocean and as wide as the farthest horizon.' Beautiful words from Shah Rukh Khan. Shah Rukh Khan's messages......

'Malala is the real deal'

'She is a genuine, real, person who wants to be with girls who are suffering the way she suffered.' The producers and director of He Named Me Malala speak to Aseem Chhabra/Rediff.com in New York.......

Sports Shorts: Aditi moves up to tied-4th in Dubai

A summary of sports events and sports persons, who made news on Friday. Aditi Ashok moves up to tied-4th in Dubai IMAGE: Aditi Ashok plays her second shot on the par 4, first hole during the third......

Manchester City and English FA probe alleged sexual abuse

The English Football Association (FA) has launched an internal review to examine allegations of children being sexually abused at professional soccer clubs. English soccer's governing body said on......

IOC to issue Zika guidance as virus spreads before Rio Olympics

IMAGE: People cool off beneath a water fountain beneath the Olympic rings in Madureira Park in Rio de Janeiro, on December 30, 2015. Photograph: Mario Tama/Getty Images The International Olympic......

Anand held by Caruana in first round of Norway Chess

India's Viswanathan Anand. Photograph: Kent Skibstad/Reuters Former World champion Viswanathan Anand was held to an easy draw by Fabiano Caruana of Italy in the first round of Norway Chess 2015......
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Corruption by other means

There is a need for complete performance audit of institutions of health, education, communications and other establishments The two shocking cases... ...

http://www.mydigitalfc.com/fc-weekend/spy%E2%80%99s-eye-corruption-other-means
Aditi moves up to tied-4th in Dubai

A summary of sports events and sports persons, who made news on Friday. Aditi Ashok moves up to tied-4th in Dubai IMAGE: Aditi Ashok plays her... ...

http://www.rediff.com/sports/report/sports-shorts-kuznetsova-out-of-australian-open-with-wrist-injury-nassar-gymnast/20171208.htm
Social sector organisations

Organisations working in the social sector on Wednesday demanded increased allocations for child protection schemes, healthcare for the elderly and... ...

http://www.prokerala.com/news/articles/a793308.html
The blind woman who creates entrepreneurs and game changers

Shobha Warrier meets Sabriye Tenberken who is changing lives in India. Blindness didn't stop Sabriye Tenberken from seeking adventure. In fact, it... ...

http://www.rediff.com/getahead/report/the-blind-woman-who-creates-entrepreneurs/20171204.htm
India figures in top-four in global slavery survey

Slavery of one form or other still haunting 40 million people around the world, even after 150 countries legally abolishing it. India turns out to... ...

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/645853/india-figures-top-four-global.html

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