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Childline rally
A rally was taken out by Madurai Childline-1098 and Madurai Institute of Social Sciences here on Tuesday to create awareness of this helpline. Women and Child Welfare Department of the Centre has been organizing a special programme from November 14 in 280 cities in the country.

School children find 'dosts' in RPF
Around 180 personnel drawn from various divisions take part in the campaign bond for ever. School students tie wristbands to Railway Protection Force (RPF) personnel in Trichy. The first contact runaway children may make at railway stations is with the Railway Protection Force.

'Childline se Dosti' week ends
The 'Childline se Dosti' week concluded with around 85 schoolchildren being given skills to prepare them for the future. Conducted at Roshni Nilaya School of Social Work, students from seven schools.

Rally spreads awareness of child protection
A policeman without uniform has been appointed at each police station to attend to the complaints relating to children, said P. S. Anbu, Superintendent of Police, on Tuesday. After flagging off a two-wheeler rally by college students and NSS volunteers to create awareness among people of child protection, Mr. Anbu said that the policeman would be in civil dress to make him children friendly.

Deprived kids ride tram to highlight child issues
Spreading awareness about the lives of vulnerable children and to get people involved in their rehabilitation, a campaign was today held by a group of deprived kids inside a tram. Organised by Child In Need Institute (CINI), the 'Childline Se Dosti' campaign was meant to let people know about Childline, the toll-free children helpline number of 1098 which helps children in distress.

Infrastructure woes mar kids' helpline
As the Child Rights Week draws to a close on November 20, awareness campaigns and programmes are being held in large numbers to draw people's attention to the plight of children in distress. An almost alien concept some years ago, child rights organisations and government departments in the last few years have taken steps, notably the starting of a childline for children who need help, to further the cause of child rights.

Children demand their due
School and college students took out an impressive rally in the city on Monday to press for the right of children to proper education, health facilities and decent living conditions. Armed Reserve Deputy Superintendent of Police K.Suri Babu flagging off the rally from the District Police office said the state had been striving to protect the basic rights of children who accounted for one-third of the population.

Street play against child labour
Inmates of various homes organised a 'street play' against child labour, child marriages and on protection of girl child. Forum for Child Rights in association with Childline and NGOs organised the programme at Old Raja Rajeshwaripeta in the city on Saturday.

Essay, drawing contests
CHILDLINE organized essay and drawing competitions for students as a part of with 'Childline Se Dosti' celebrations as part of Children's Day. Prizes will be distributed to the winners on November 20. Interested students should give their names either individually or through their schools by November 17. The competition will be held at the School of Social Sciences, near Nagarjuna Hostel on AU campus.

'Suraksha Bandhan' Held on Account of Child Line Se Dosti Week
Suraksha Bandhan', a programme on account of Child Line Se Dosti Week-2012 was inaugurated in the office of district police commissioner, Dakshina Kannada. Subhaschandra, special juvenile police officer inaugurated the programme.

Downtrodden children enjoy privilege
It was Children's Day out at Dasara Exhibition grounds on Thursday but with a slight difference. Rescued child labourers, school drop outs, street children, rag pickers and other distressed kids played to their heart's content along with various activities packed for them at the grounds.

A special day for destitute children
Street children tied Suraksha bands to Commissioner of Police N. Madhusudhan Reddy and DCP M. Ravindranath Babu in Vijayawada.The excitement was palpable on the faces of the 25-odd children who gathered at TANA rescue centre at Hanumanpet on Saturday morning.

NGO celebrating children's week from National to International Children's Day
A week separates the National Children's Day form the International one. The entire period between November 14 and 20, NGO Child Line 1098 celebrates the 'Child Line se Dosti' week. This is the time for the organization to forge new connections as well as strengthen the existing ones.

Campaign against child abuse from November 20
A campaign on 'say no to child abuse' would be launched by a group of non-government organizations on November 20. The campaign has been initiated by Childline. This was informed at the first brainstorming session on combating child sexual abuse on Friday. Eight NGOs including Aadhar, Sangini, Bitiya Club, Prarthana, NIWCYD and Bachpan among others attended the session. It was attended by eight NGOs.

Drive to make police children-friendly
As part of 'Childline Se Dosti Week' celebrations, Childline Mangalore on Saturday launched Suraksha Bandhan, a novel initiative of tying bands on wrists of police. Volunteers of Childline and NGOs will visit police stations in the city to ensure a friendly relationship between childline and police by tying suraksha bhandan.

'We are with you, Childline assures HIV-AIDS children'
Around 80 HIV-AIDS affected children, mostly from economically backward families in the district had a double bonanza celebrating Children's Day and Deepavali. Crackers, sweets, sports and games set the tone for the revelry organised by Rainbow, an organisation run by Marist Brothers in Uyyakondan Thirumalai and Childline.

CHIDLINE's line-up of programmes
CHILDLINE Malappuram has begun a campaign titled 'Childline Se Dosti' to create awareness among the masses on the importance of the project and its activities. Minister for Industries P.K. Kunhalikutty inaugurated a week-long campaign by receiving a friendship band from the children.

CHILDLINE's Unique Exhibition Draws Crowd At Railway Station
CHILDLINE Trivandrum conducted a unique exhibition at the second platform of the Railway Station as part of their awareness programmes on Children's Day. The exhibition, which was inaugurated by C Mony, Station Manager of Southern Railway, Trivandrum had on display the news clippings of Child Line's endeavours, the statistics of its functions and various awareness articles.

Children's Day celebrated
To sensitize the people about welfare of the children in need of care and protection, a rally was today organized from D.C Office Srinagar to Jehangir Chowk. The rally organized by the 'Childline Srinagar' in collaboration with various Government departments was flagged off by Deputy Commissioner, Srinagar, Baseer Ahmad Khan.

Children's day celebrated at Akki's Pathshala
Akki's Pathshala, the project started by CHILDLINE Nashik on October 2, to prevent school drop-outs, bring the underprivileged in the mainstream of the society and to prevent crime celebrated Children's day with enthusiasm. The project is aimed to prevent school drop-outs, bring the underprivileged in the mainstream of the society and to prevent crime.

Mysoreans vow to protect children rights
Hundreds of people promised to protect child rights at a signature campaign organised by CHILDLINE Mysore along with department of women and child welfare to garner people's support to child rights. "The response to the programme was overwhelming," said RLHP Saraswathi, Director, CHILDLINE Mysore.

Processions, plays mark Children's Day
CHILDLINE Thrissur organised street plays at Sakthan Nagar. MSW students of Thrissur Vimala College presented the street play conveying the message of need for a children's home for girls.

Child Rights Week celebrations from Nov.14
CHILDLINE Vijawada will celebrate 'Child Rights Week' from November 14 to 20. CHILDLINE in association with Police, Women Development and Child Welfare, Education, Labour, National Child Labour Department (NCLP), Government Railway Police (GRP), Railway Protection Force (RPF), Vijayawada Municipal Corporation (CWC), Rajiv Vidya Mission, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) and will organise the week-long programmes.

Childline clubs in schools
The Childline clubs, which will begin in more than 35 schools in the city in the first phase, is being initiated in connection with the national-level Childline Se Dosti (CSD) campaign. This addition is expected to strengthen the activities of the Childline centre in the city, which was started in 2000 and is supported by the Social Welfare Department.

A decade in the service of children
A.K. Premajam, Mayor, who inaugurated the anniversary celebrations, also opened the Children's Day celebrations of the foundation. Marking the launch of the 'Childline Se Dosthi' campaign, the students of the school tied friendship bands on the wrists of the guests. A Children's Day rally and cultural programmes by students were the highlights of the event.

Making people 'dost' of vulnerable children
CHILDLINE Coimbatore kicked off 'Childline Se Dosti', a national campaign in Coimbatore. The week-long activities will include events to create awareness among the common man about CHILDLINE 1098 and developing a friendly approach towards vulnerable children who do not have a home, parents, and need to be rescued and protected

Ensure safety of children
To create awareness on child rights and the need to protect children during train journeys, a 'Rail Yatra' awareness programme was conducted. Ms.Sujatha Jayaraj, Salem Railway Divisional Manager flagged off the Erode - Jolarpet Passenger at the Salem Railway Junction

'Childline se dosti' campaign in Mysore from tomorrow
It's a campaign to make ambassadors/friends for Childline-1098, a children helpline, and tell people about the importance of children rights and protection. To create awareness on childline, CHILDLINE Mysore has lined up various events for a week starting from November 14.


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