TBI Bulletin: Jharkhand Govt Supports Disabled + Orissa Govt Ensures Safety of Olive Ridley Turtles + Campaigns Against Child Labour + More! (13.06.2012)

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1. If people were concerned and cared for the disabled, their disability can be bearable and no more unfortunate! This was proved by the Jharkhand government which during three years (2008-11) received 10,095 complaints and disposed of 9,414 cases! Impressed by the Jharkhand’s human approach, it will be highlighted at a national-level meet in New Delhi.

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2. When the ‘once sufferers’ are invited to participate in a campaign against the anti-social evil of Child Labour, the campaign gets a realistic touch. As many as 3,000 rescued children formed a human chain in Ranchi on Tuesday to mark World Day Against Child Labour!

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3. It may not be ‘troubled water’ for 5,400 families of Odisha, as the State government will extend public distribution system (PDS) doles to them. The families were hit by the seven-month-long prohibition on sea-fishing to ensure the Olive Ridley turtles’ safety. This was a great consideration from the government to ensure the survival of both animals and human beings!

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4. It is a heartening effort by an ex-drug addict to guide youths on how to fight the killing menace!

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5. It has been proved that once a gardener need not not always be a gardener. Efforts by many organizations have ensured that labouring children are ensured a secure environment and encouraged to go back to school.

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Compiled by Devdutt.

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