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14-June-2016 Kozhikode, Kerala
Three Bangladeshi women have been staying at the Mahila Mandiram, Kozhikode, Kerala for many years, after being denied permission to return to their homeland. It has been eight years since they came to Kozhikode trapped in a sex racket as teenagers.
The women were brought to the State by a human trafficking racket. The accused in the cases are reportedly absconding. The police have not allowed the women to go back to Bangladesh as they are the witnesses in the cases which are yet to be solved.
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Education as Empowerment Tool for Children of Sex Workers PDF Print E-mail
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"May I come in, Miss?" asks seven-year-old Ajmiri Khatun, her face beaming with her radiant smile. Her teacher, Pujo Roy, gladly welcomes her into the eight-square-foot educational facility designed for Indian children like her. "Thank you, Miss," says Ajmiri, as she enters the Kidderpore ‘Berabhenge’ centre, sits cross-legged on the floor and starts doing her homework. Every day, from her school, Ajmiri proceeds to the centre where she waits for her mother, a commercial sex worker (CSW), to return from her work. Home for her and her family is a dilapidated shanty by the Sealdah railway in Kolkata city, where the stench of urine and garbage never goes away. Ajmiri is also a student at the Loreto Day School, a 153-year-old private English medium school in Sealdah, a throbbing commercial hub in Kolkata, capital of West Bengal in eastern India.

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More than 40% of the world’s child marriages take place in India PDF Print E-mail
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NEW DELHI: Indian women aren’t spacing their children well. An average Indian woman delivers her second baby within 31 months of giving birth to her first child and this is adversely affecting mothers’ health and children’s chances of survival.  Shockingly, the figure hasn’t changed over the last 17 years.
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Number of missing children on the rise in West Bengal PDF Print E-mail
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Former VHP world leader questioned by police, woman organizer arrested for child abuse PDF Print E-mail
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Feb 4 2007 , Vandiperiyar,  Idukki, Kerala

Hindu fascists misuse child education centres for preaching hatred
Kids Dressed as Hanuman
Dr. Puthezhath Ramachandran, former Vice President of Vishwa Hindu Parishath (World Operations) and a local VHP leader called Kuttan Sami of Pambanar was questioned by Kerala Police on funding a child home which faces charges on child abuse. The alleged institution, Balamandiram based in Inchikkattu Kurishumala Puthuvalil is believed to be funded by a charity organization, Viswa Manava Vedi, lead by the former VHP leader. One of the prime suspects of the gang is forty-Five-year old Inchikkattu Alungal Radhamani, supervisor of the child home. She works as a Woman cell organizer of VHP. She has been arrested by police with two others on child abuse charges.

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