under children

Some of them haven’t even attained puberty. But Maoists think nothing of brainwashing them to their cause and thrusting guns in their unsuspecting hands.

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24 Jun 2010 | BY Jaideep Mazumdar

Prithvi theatre holds one of the most popular workshops for kids with theatre, comics, and even science and poetry.

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20 May 2010 | BY Shubhangi Swarup

With the Catholic Church being plagued with child abuse charges in various countries, bishops in India are drawing up procedures to tackle such scandals if and when they happen.

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6 May 2010 | BY Avantika Bhuyan

As part of its ‘Cricket for Children’ initiative, the International Cricket Council trained 24 children, ‘including child soldiers, aged 16-18’ for a week. Of the group, 18 were child soldiers.

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7 Apr 2010 | BY Rahul Bhatia

Single-child families are increasingly becoming the norm in urban India.

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2 Apr 2010 | BY Pramila N. Phatarphekar

Artists are creating art specially for kids as young as two months old, and they can’t keep up with the demand.

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10 Mar 2010 | BY Avantika Bhuyan

How will today’s children learn to live in their own world when all they read about are heroes who have magical powers to fight evil forces?

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2 Mar 2010 | BY Sandipan Deb

Even as weight-loss surgery turns fashionable, Dr Dhuper is trying to treat obesity before the need arises.

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3 Feb 2010 | BY Pramila N. Phatarphekar

Khalid, the protagonist, after over a year of being thrown into an isolation cell at Guantanamo.

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23 Dec 2009

Nominated for a children’s book prize, Anna Perera’s story of a Guantanamo inmate wrenches the heart with its stark realism.

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23 Dec 2009 | BY Elizabeth Kuruvilla
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