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Does UP have the highest number of children affected by pandemic? Here is what we know

NCPCR refutes claim of Abha Singh that it has said that UP has the highest number of children affected by Covid-19

NCPCR asks Delhi Police to file FIR against Twitter India for lying that it is not related to Twitter Inc, violating POCSO Act

When NCPCR asked Twitter India to remove Child Sexual Abusive Material, they said Twitter Inc is responsible for it and not them

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

Burning of Dalit colony by Islamists in Bihar’s Purnia: NCW writes to DGP for fair and speedy probe

A Dalit colony in Majhuwa village in Purnia, Bihar was burned to ashes on the night of May 19 as Islamists launched a brutal attack against the settlement.

Child rights body writes to Chattisgarh Chief Secretary demanding FIR and disciplinary action against IAS officer Ranbir Sharma

NCPCR said that the IAS officer violated the Juvenile Justice Act by physical assault on the minor boy and causing mental harassment

NCPCR seeks action against Delhi minister Rajendra Pal Gautam for violating the Juvenile Justice Act

NCPCR said that Delhi Social Welfare Minister Rajendra Pal Gautam violated Juvenile Justice Act by disclosing a child care institute

NCPCR writes to Assam DMs over rehabilitation of children who fled West Bengal due to post-poll violence

NCPCR took cognisance of atrocities meted out on children who fled to Assam in the wake of post-poll violence in West Bengal

NCPCR seeks probe into allegations of misconduct against IPS officer Praveen Kumar, says Christian missionaries are being allowed inside state-run schools

NCPCR said that Praveen Kumar is running the government organization TSWREIS as if it was his own personal fiefdom

NCPCR writes to I and B Ministry, asks for removal of objectionable scenes from Netflix’s ‘Bombay Begums’

"It is clear that the Netflix Series Bombay Begums has not only violated the prevailing law of land and guidelines, it is continuing the same and affecting children's interest to a very large extent," NCPCR reiterated.

NCPCR asks Netflix to stop streaming ‘Bombay Begums’ over the inappropriate portrayal of children in the web-series: Details

Minor children in 'Bombay Begums' were depicted having sexually suggestive conversations and snorting cocaine and other drugs

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