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SC expresses concern over arrest of trafficked girls on charge of prostitution
Expressing concern over the trafficking of girls for prostitution, the Supreme Court on Thursday said the practice of arresting them on the charge of indulging in flesh trade should stop as instead of being accused many of them are the victims of the social malady.
Why use of private emails by govt servants be not stopped: HC asks Centre
The Delhi High court on Thursday questioned why use of private email accounts, like Yahoo and Gmail, by government officials be not stopped as it would lead to public/official records being taken outside the country which is a violation of the law.
Education key to ending child labour: Nobel laureate Satyarthi
 Nobel laureate and child rights champion Kailash Satyarthi Thursday said governments around the world "must invest" more on education to eradicate child labour and "build a peaceful society".
Govt plans to merge PIO and OCI schemes; seeks suggestions
 Government is planning to merge the Persons of Indian Origin and Overseas Citizens of India schemes saying that the latter is more popular and provides for lifelong visa through a process which is more user- friendly, quick and simple.
1984 anti-Sikh riots: Arvind Kejriwal demands SIT probe
Aam Aadmi leader Arvind Kejriwal said on Thursday that the NDA government should set up SIT to probe the 1984 anti-Sikh riot cases.
Child has right to education despite parents` dispute: Court
A child is entitled to complete education and ancillary expenses irrespective of dispute of parents, a Delhi court has said while directing the father of a girl to ensure her re-admission in school as she could not attend classes due to her mother's incapability to pay fees.
Personal information can`t be shared even if spouse demands it: CIC
Details about finances of a woman cannot be given by a public authority even to her husband under the Right to Information Act as it is personal information, the Central Information Commission has said.
VK Singh in China to attend key conference on Afghanistan
Minister of State for External Affairs, VK Singh, arrived in the Chinese capital on Thursday to take part in a key international conference on Afghanistan tomorrow which would focus on the war-torn country's future as US troops prepare to withdraw after nearly 13 years of war.
E-visa system likely to be rolled out next week
The Government will roll out by next week the much-awaited electronic-visa system for tourists from select countries including US and Japan.
Mercury hovers around normal in North; Rajasthan braces for rain
Temperatures hovered mostly around normal level in north India on Thursday, even as Rajasthan braced for rains due to cyclonic storm Nilofar which is likely to hit the northwestern parts of the country.
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