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Ensure safe environment for kids in US: Sikh group tells school authorities after racial attack on boy

Mar 03, 2015

Ensure safe environment for kids in US: Sikh group tells school authorities after racial attack on boy

A Sikh group asked US school authorities for a better environment for kids after a Sikh boy was racially abused in a bus. #World #India #bullying #Religion #TheySaidIt #Race #racial discrimination #Racial abuse #school children #Sikh boy
Need to counterbalance China's bullying role in South China Sea, say US generals

Jan 28, 2015

Need to counterbalance China's bullying role in South China Sea, say US generals

Expressing concern over growing Chinese military power and its assertiveness, two top retired American generals stressed on the lawmakers the need to develop a strategy to counter-balance Chinese bullying role in South China Sea. #China #America #US #NewsTracker #South China Sea #Bully #Army generals
55% employees face bullying at workplace, fins new survey

Nov 24, 2014

55% employees face bullying at workplace, fins new survey

A number of employees have been bullied at their workplace, with most of them facing false accusations and constant criticism by colleagues, says a survey. #bullying #NewsTracker #Survey #Workplace #Bullying at Work #Office environment #Bosses #Colleagues
Monica Lewinsky gives first public speech in 13 years, joins Twitter

Oct 21, 2014

Monica Lewinsky gives first public speech in 13 years, joins Twitter

Monica Lewinsky, the former White House intern whose affair with Bill Clinton led to his impeachment, returned to public life today, giving her first speech in 13 years and joining Twitter. #Twitter #NewsTracker #Bill Clinton #Cyber-bullying #Monica Lewinsky #Lewinsky-Clinton affair
Tibetan party suggests Rome as alternative venue for peace summit

Oct 02, 2014

Tibetan party suggests Rome as alternative venue for peace summit

The World Summit of Nobel Peace laureates, which was scheduled for this month in South Africa, was cancelled and shifted out of the country, owing to the denial of a travel visa to Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama. #World #China #bullying #US #NewsTracker #Rome #Visa #South Africa #Tibet #Dalai Lama #Nobel Peace Prize #Tibetan spiritual leader #World peace Summit #Tibetan National Congress