Covid-19: A third wave may come, but it is not going to especially target children. Facts Vs speculations
Speculations that the next Covid wave in India is going to hit children are misleading. Here are the facts.
A pro-abortion NGO supported the stance saying, “…it’s not just cis-gender women that can get pregnant and give birth. Reproductive freedom is for everybody.”
Badruddin Ajmal's NGOs accused of receiving funds from terror-linked foreign organisation, MHA starts probe.
The child care leave (CCL) which would be provided to a 'Single male parent' will be treated as an earned leave
Mental Health Day: The community of Mental Health Professionals need to introspect and reconsider the prevailing dogmas
The world celebrates Mental Health Day every year on the 10th of October.
Between 2010-2015, child care centres in Maharashtra wasted govt money by registering 75,000 bogus children: Report
In its report on the General and Social Sector for the year ended March 2015, the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) had also pointed to deficiencies in the working of these bodies, which are meant to provide institutional care to children in need of care and protection.
After Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) claimed over 112 lives in Bihar, the centre has finally decided to intervene by setting up a panel to monitor the situation in Bihar
Our Children, Our Future: Dear Smriti Irani, these child development and humanitarian issues cannot wait
It is time that attention is drawn towards three disturbing trends in child development, especially relating to the most vulnerable children in our society - orphans, runaways, children of the indigent and children of marginalized sections of society.
The central government, accepting the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission, has granted Child Care Leave to single male parents who are unmarried, widowed or divorced.
UN report says India’s infant mortality rates lowest in five years, four-fold decline in gender gap in girl child survival
UNICEF's India chief says countrywide efforts in healthcare, newborn care and immunisation has been instrumental in bringing down infant death rates in the country.
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