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  • South India's First Children's Court Inaugurated In Hyderabad

    South India's First Children's Court Inaugurated In Hyderabad

    Giving a push to fast disposal of cases related to children, south India's first Children's Court was inaugurated in Hyderabad today.

  • Tiger Shroff Wants to Play 'Noble' Characters For His Little Fans

    Tiger Shroff Wants to Play 'Noble' Characters For His Little Fans

    "I am lucky that most of my fan following is made of kids, so I try to choose my characters accordingly. They (children) are the future of our country and I want to do very clean, noble characters so that I don't wrongly influence them through my films. It's all for my kiddy fans," Tiger said

  • Standing Desks In Schools May Cut Obesity Risk: Study

    Standing Desks In Schools May Cut Obesity Risk: Study

    Desks that encourage school children to stand in the classroom may reduce their risk of obesity by lowering body mass index (BMI), a new study has claimed.

  • Be Extra Careful While Giving Antibiotics To Children, Warns Study

    Be Extra Careful While Giving Antibiotics To Children, Warns Study

    New York: Parents need to be extra careful while giving antibiotics to children as new research has found that the commonly-prescribed drug can significantly increase the risk for Type 1 diabetes. In Type 1 diabetes, the immune system mistakenly destroys the islet cells in the pancreas that produce insulin. Without insulin, patients cannot contro...

  • Cabinet Clears Bill Aimed At Safeguarding Rights Of Surrogate Mothers

    Cabinet Clears Bill Aimed At Safeguarding Rights Of Surrogate Mothers

    A draft bill which aims to safeguard the rights of surrogate mothers and make parentage of such children legal was today cleared by the Union Cabinet.

  • U.S. Heart Group Sets Limit On Sugar for Kids and Teens

    U.S. Heart Group Sets Limit On Sugar for Kids and Teens

    Until age 2, children should consume no added sugars at all, and between ages 2 and 18 they should limit added sugars to 25 grams per day, the organization says.

  • Justice, Recovery Eludes Thousands Of Missing Children In India

    Justice, Recovery Eludes Thousands Of Missing Children In India

    New Delhi: Thousands of children in India go missing every year. Only a few are traced and given adequate support to rebuild their lives, partly due to the under-utilisation of funds by states and a slow judicial system, government officials and judges said on Tuesday. The data from the National Crime Records Bureau shows that 60,000 children went ...

  • When Cameras Get Too Close: Rani Mukerji Yells at Paparazzi Snapping Daughter

    When Cameras Get Too Close: Rani Mukerji Yells at Paparazzi Snapping Daughter

    Rani Mukerji apparently yelled at photographers when they tried to get a picture of her daughter eight-month-old Adira recently

  • 1 Dead, 9 Missing In Bihar Boat Tragedy

    1 Dead, 9 Missing In Bihar Boat Tragedy

    One person has died after a boat carrying 18 people, including two school children, sank in Punpun river of Bihar's Aurangabad district on Tuesday.

  • Boy Shows Off New Hands A Year After Double-Hand Transplant

    Boy Shows Off New Hands A Year After Double-Hand Transplant

    It's been just over a year since now-9-year-old Zion Harvey received a double-hand transplant - and now he can throw a ball, zip his clothes and write in his journal.

  • Salary Doubled, But 300 School Teachers Go Unpaid In Kerala For 5 Months

    Salary Doubled, But 300 School Teachers Go Unpaid In Kerala For 5 Months

    More than 300 government school teachers in Kerala - the state with the highest literacy rate -- have not been paid for five months. And with harvest festival Onam coming, they are desperate for money.

  • Antibiotics May Increase Diabetes Risk In Kids

    Antibiotics May Increase Diabetes Risk In Kids

    Parents, take note! Giving antibiotics to children may change the composition of gut microbes and dramatically increase their risk of developing Type 1 diabetes, a new study has warned.

  • Umbilical Cells Linked To Obesity Risk in Children: Study

    Umbilical Cells Linked To Obesity Risk in Children: Study

    New York: Children born to obese mothers are likely to be at an increased risk of obesity as a result of their umbilical cells showing impaired expression of genes, a study has found. The study published in the International Journal of Obesity suggested that the increased risks of obesity may be driven by boosted levels of certain lipids (fats and ...

  • New UNICEF Deputy To Focus On Hate Politics, Child Slavery And Virtual Reality

    New UNICEF Deputy To Focus On Hate Politics, Child Slavery And Virtual Reality

    The new deputy head of the UN children's agency is determined to rein in the politics of hate over migration following the murder of one of his closest friends during Britain's polarised debate about leaving the European Union (EU).

  • Hyderabad Streets Home To More Than 28,500 Children: NGO Study

    Hyderabad Streets Home To More Than 28,500 Children: NGO Study

    Hyderabad: Children begging at traffic lights, playing on pavements, picking rag or working are a common sight in every metro city. Who are these children? A study conducted in Hyderabad came up with some shocking data. The streets of the city are home to more than 28,500 children and the boys far outnumber the girls. The five-month survey that co...

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