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The burden borne by 'helping hands.'
Founded in 1979, CRY (Child Rights and You) has been active as a pressure group to restore children's rights in the country. In an interview with Dipin Damodharan, its chief executive officer Puja Marwaha speaks on the proposed amendments to the Child Labour Act as well as concerns that marginalized children remain at the bottom of the government's priority list.
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NEW DELHI — Prime Minister Narendra Modi has decided to exclude some family jobs from a revamped child labour law in a move with an unmistakable echo of his own childhood, when he helped his father se...
The Modi-government on Wednesday gave its nod to a proposal allowing children below 14 years to work only in family enterprises or entertainment industry while completely banning their employment else...