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April 6, 2013
by Promoting Child Rights
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Women regular victims of domestic violence

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Pankaj Karmakar and Mintu Deshwara Although women workers significantly contribute to maintenance of families with their hard-earned income, domestic violence against them is prevailing in large scale at tea gardens. While many families are completely dependent on the earnings of … Continue reading

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April 6, 2013
by Promoting Child Rights
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Child labour inevitable!

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Staff Correspondent Defying the scorching rays of the sun at the top of hill, an 11-year old girl Pinki Bhouri was cutting grass and removing weeds to keep the tea garden clean. “My mother, who was a registered worker in … Continue reading

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April 6, 2013
by Promoting Child Rights
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Child marriage continues unabated

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Pankaj Karmakar Despite government’s prohibition, child marriage is still prevailing at tea gardens resulting in violence against girl children, their health complications and other social nuisance. Poverty, lack of awareness and illiteracy are the major reasons for child marriage across … Continue reading

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April 6, 2013
by Promoting Child Rights
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Deprived of bare facilities

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Pankaj Karmakar A 22-year old girl Krishna Bhouri, who works at the Rajanagar tea garden in Kulaura upazila, gave birth to three dead children one after the other during the last few years. She continued her work that includes hard … Continue reading

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