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Jan 04, 2019
Teen girls twice as likely as boys to experience depression due to social mediaDepression via social media is mainly due to online harassment, disturbed sleep and poor body image.
Feb 05, 2018
Nearly 40% adolescent girls in India lack access to education, majority forced to stay at home: NCPCR reportThe NCPCR report suggests that while most adolescent boys are unable to attend school because they are in all likeliness working, a majority of the girl children are not getting school education because they are either forced to stay at home or engaged in begging
Jul 14, 2017
Two teenage girls swept away in Punjab canal while clicking selfies, divers engaged to recover victimsA stroll along a canal in Punjab turned into tragedy for two teenage girls as they were swept away in the water while trying to retrieve a phone they were clicking selfies with.
Sep 09, 2016
Smartphones are more effective at teaching sexual health than traditional methods: StudySmartphones have been found to be more effective in providing information to teenage girls about sexual health than traditional methods, a study has found.
May 16, 2016
Worrying trend: 144% rise in abortions among Mumbai girls in under-15 age groupIn 2015, abortions among teenage girls had seen an alarming rise at 67 percent. Civic data accessed through RTI act by Chetan Kothari further showed that out of nearly 31,000 women who opted for medical termination of pregnancy, 1,600 were below the age of 19.
Jun 09, 2015
Islamic State slave markets sell girls at any price, alleges UN envoyTeenage girls abducted by Islamic State fighters in Iraq and Syria are being sold in slave markets "for as little as a pack of cigarettes," the UN envoy.
May 30, 2014
Badaun gangrape: Girls' family demand CBI probeThe father of the one of the cousin sisters, who were allegedly gangraped and killed in Katra Sadatganj village on 27 May, today called for transferring the case to the agency alleging that the role of police was "suspicious".