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NCPCR visits Madrasa Arabia Faizul Islam in Chandigarh: No papers of recognition found, children have beating marks on body and all want to become...

Kanoongo talked to the children residing in the Madarsa who revealed to him that 3 Hindu children also visit the Madarsa daily and that they are made to read Quran and Qaida.

West Bengal at 41.4% tops in child marriages in India, stagnating the country’s progress towards eliminating the practice: Report

In the state of West Bengal, around 41.4 percent of girls get married before their legal marriageable age which is 18 whereas 20.1 percent of boys get married before they attain the age of 21. The constantly increasing numbers are worrisome given that child marriages are a human rights violation and a recognized form of sexual and gender-based violence.

“Your visit is not really necessary”: West Bengal govt’s child rights body asks NCPCR not to visit the state for human sacrifice and child...

West Bengal Commission for Protection of Child Rights asked NCPCR not to visit the state in connection to a human sacrifice case

NCPCR writes to NCERT over Harsh Mander story in school textbook, says it fails the Juvenile Justice Act

NCPCR stated that the book has been revised 5 times between 2016 and 2021 without referring to the law of the land and without being sensitive to the issue of child protection.

‘Visiting Churches in Goa is nonsense’: Read Darul Uloom’s interesting Fatwas before NCPCR shuts down their website

Darul Uloom Deoband is an Islamic seminary in UP's Saharanpur that is the birthplace of the Sunni Deobandi Islamic movement.

Madhya Pradesh: NCPCR uncovers conversion racket in Christian missionary-run girls’ hostel, orders probe

NCPCR Chairman said it is a matter of investigation how these Hindu students were brought to the Missionary girls' hostel. The missionary organisation runs no school and all students study in govt schools.

Byju’s and more: The unrealistic goals, the mad rush and the ed-tech boom in India. Do we need to be worried?

Byju's promises a better future for the children. But its sales tactics and methods are rising concerns among many.

NCPCR writes to Rajasthan govt to conduct an enquiry against illegal arrest and harassment of anti-conversion activist by Jaipur police

NCPCR seeks enquiry after anti-conversion activist Bawi Singh was arrested by Rajasthan police

NCPCR pulls up Maharashtra govt for not filing FIR against Netflix series Bombay Begums makers, children were shown snorting drugs in the show

NCPCR said it is a serious issue taht Maharashtra Police is not following the law of the land by refusing to file case against Bombay Begums

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