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'Children' - 1000 Video Result(s)

'Children' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • Save The Children-Supported Maternity Hospital Bombed In Syria: NGO

    Save The Children-Supported Maternity Hospital Bombed In Syria: NGO

    A maternity hospital supported by Save the Children was bombed on Friday in an air raid in Idlib province of northwest Syria, causing casualties and heavy damage, the Britain-based charity said.

  • Little Boy Can't Stop Laughing During Music Class and Neither Will You

    Little Boy Can't Stop Laughing During Music Class and Neither Will You

    You gotta love how even the most random and inane things make children roll the floor with laughter. In this little boy's case, it was the combined effect caused by some incredible guitaring and some regular clapping.

  • More Than Half Of Newborns Not Breastfed In First Hour Raising: UNICEF

    More Than Half Of Newborns Not Breastfed In First Hour Raising: UNICEF

    More than half of newborn babies are not breastfed within the first hour of life, putting them at heightened risk of disease and death, the United Nations' children's agency said today, highlighting sub-Saharan Africa as an area of concern.

  • I Raised 12 Children. Here's What It Was (And Is) Like.

    I Raised 12 Children. Here's What It Was (And Is) Like.

    You love them with a fierce surge of moist heat from the moment they are born, each of your children, with their damp curly heads seeking nourishment from your body, bodies pulsing in perfect synchronization.

  • Dirty Water Stunts Millions Of Children: Study

    Dirty Water Stunts Millions Of Children: Study

    India is home to the world’s largest number of stunted children due to a lack of toilets, dirty water and poor hygiene, according to a new study published on Tuesday. Despite high economic growth in recent years, India has more stunted children than Nigeria, Pakistan, China and the Republic of Congo combined, with 48 million under the age of five...

  • Pokemon Go Now Influencing Baby Names In US

    Pokemon Go Now Influencing Baby Names In US

    It won't be long before people invite you over to meet their baby 'Pikachu' as parents in the US are increasingly naming their children after characters from Pokemon Go, according to new data.

  • Steven Spielberg's The BFG Has the 'Most Critical' Digital Effects

    Steven Spielberg's The BFG Has the 'Most Critical' Digital Effects

    Based on the beloved 1982 children's book by Roald Dahl, The BFG charts the fantastical friendship between a young orphan named Sophie (played by Ruby Barnhill), and a 'Big Friendly Giant' (played by Mark Rylance)

  • Do Sports Drinks Fuel or Fool Young Athletes?

    Do Sports Drinks Fuel or Fool Young Athletes?

    Commercial sports drinks were initially designed for athletes who, like the Olympians, train and sweat so vigorously and for such prolonged periods that they sufficiently deplete their bodies to require the rehydration and calorie replenishment these drinks provide

  • Over 3,500 Children Missing In Delhi

    Over 3,500 Children Missing In Delhi

    As many as 3,540 children upto 18 years have gone missing in the NCT of Delhi in this current year till the end of June, while 2,259 of them have been traced, as reported by Delhi Police.

  • A Child's Brain Development May Be Affected By Air Pollution: Experts

    A Child's Brain Development May Be Affected By Air Pollution: Experts

    The health experts, whose claim is based on several studies, said that the difference between the working memory capacity of children living in urban areas is 4-5 per cent lower than children living in rural areas due to the effects of pollution.

  • Regrets, Only. Congress Blunders On Child Labour Law, Regroups

    Regrets, Only. Congress Blunders On Child Labour Law, Regroups

    When parliament passed a controversial new law that allows children under 14 to work in a family business, the opposition Congress made no noteworthy speech objecting to a policy criticized by activists and UNICEF and rigorously questioned by even BJP law-maker Varun Gandhi, who said parts of the law amount to "lunacy."

  • Orphans With Deformity To Get Pension Beyond 25 Years Of Age: Report

    Orphans With Deformity To Get Pension Beyond 25 Years Of Age: Report

    Orphans who are disabled or suffer from 'disorder of mind' will continue to get pension under Employees' Pension Scheme even after attaining the age of 25 years.

  • Alert Driver Averts Major Mishap, Saves 22 School Kids In Tamil Nadu

    Alert Driver Averts Major Mishap, Saves 22 School Kids In Tamil Nadu

    As many as 22 primary school children today escaped with minor injuries as an alert driver of the van which they were travelling in drove the vehicle into a heap of sand to avoid plunging into a 500-feet deep gorge.

  • Activists Worry As Controversial Child Labour Law Gets Lok Sabha Nod

    Activists Worry As Controversial Child Labour Law Gets Lok Sabha Nod

    After almost six hours and many a robust voice of Opposition, the Child Labour (Prevention) Bill 2016 cleared the Lok Sabha with all its controversial provisions.

  • UN Expresses Concern Over Changes Made In India's Child Labour Laws

    UN Expresses Concern Over Changes Made In India's Child Labour Laws

    A UN body today has expressed serious concern over the changes made in India's child labour law which allows children to work in family enterprises and reduction of hazardous professions, saying it could lead to more children working in unregulated conditions.

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