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ParentCircle Ropes in Eminent Personalities for Content Advisory
Business Wire IndiaParentCircle has roped in renowned educationist, Mrs YGP, child rights crusader, Prof. Shantha Sinha, veteran broadcast professional, Mr. Vishnu Shankar, and well-known child counsellor, Mrs. Arundhati Swamy, as key members of the content advisory board

Mahi pulled out of Manesar District village borewell after over 80 hours
Four-year-old Mahi was pulled out of a nearly 70-foot deep borewell on Sunday afternoon, over 80 hours after falling into it.

Rescuers inches away from retrieving Gurgaon girl Mahi from borewell
An army rescue team is reportedly just inches away from retrieving four-year-old village girl Mahi after over 81 hours on Sunday morning.

World Day against Child Labour focuses on child rights
World Day against Child Labour is being observed today with the objective of eliminating child labour and other violations of the fundamental rights of children.

Arunachalee to serve as NCPCR watchdog in state
Taking serious exception to reports of rampant violation of human rights of the girl child, particularly in the name of child marriage, a National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) team led by Chairperson Professor Shanta Sinha, has announced plans to appoint an Arunachalee to serve as a watchdog of the commission in the state.

Monitoring Kashmir children's rights
In March 2007, under the Commission for Protection of Child Rights Act, 2005, an Act of Parliament (December 2005), the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) was set up in order to protect the rights of children. One of the steps in this direction was the constitution of "State Commission" in each and every state of the country.

NCPCR seeks reports from Defence Secretary in ragging cases
New Delhi, Nov 18(ANI): The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) has taken cognizance of several cases received in the recent past where children of Sainik School in Jharkhand's Koderma district have been allegedly subjected to ragging by seniors which provoked one of the victims to attempt suicide

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