KCRO and UNICEF to emphasize on pandemic-worsened child rights issues

Paralegal volunteers have not been able to provide free legal services to vulnerable groups due to low pay and communication gaps. Bengaluru: Karnataka Child Rights Observatory (KCRO) along with other child rights organizations and UNICEF have decided to work on strategies to work on child issues that worsened during the pandemic. Child marriage, violence against […]

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Government snips protocols for barbers

Epidemiologist says we cannot solely depend on the vaccine, Covid protocols are also highly effective in managing the spread of the disease.   Barber shops in rural areas fail to follow basic Covid safety measures as the government becomes lenient. Experts say Covid protocols are the way forward. Niranjan owner of the barber shop, Magic […]

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The United Nations to Raise Awareness on Accessibility and Quality of Water

Only 59 percent of the world’s refugees have access to safe drinking water. By Saloni Arora Bengaluru, March 19, 2019 The United Nations-Water (UN-Water) will carry out the World Water Day on March 22, 2019, in order to spread awareness to tackle the global water crisis. According to a report by World Water Day, 2.1 billion […]

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