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Independence Day: Comprehending the Actual Meaning of Freedom

On 15th August, 1947 at midnight, independent India’s flag was hoisted at Red Fort. It was after many years of being a colony that India eventually become free from the imperial rule. India was a free country now, having ambitions and goals to achieve. Inspite of having so much potential to develop and abundant natural resources, India has been performing relatively low in terms of development and growth. This is also because the population is increasing and poverty and illiteracy is rampant.
 

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Educate a Child by Donating on this Independence Day

This 15th August, we will celebrate our 72nd Independence Day. After centuries of colonial rule and struggles to achieve absolute freedom, India on 15th August 1947, attained independence. We are fortunate to have been born in free India thanks to the countless struggles and sacrifices our freedom fighters made for us and our country.

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Child Marriage in India and What is the Current Number and How Can We Stop This?

“One of the luckiest things that can happen to you, I think, is to have a happy childhood” – Agatha Christie
 
Childhood is pure, Childhood is pristine and Childhood is also in danger. Child Marriage is one of the most prevalent dangers of our society.  Forcing a marriage on a child, regardless of caste, creed or gender, is the most atrocious of crimes that one can commit against children – against humanity.

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Child Trafficking in India and the Invisible Victims

Child Trafficking is a very imminent crisis in our society- nationally and internationally.  It is a shameful, heinous act- yet one of the most common atrocities we as a community face. This exploitation and violation of childhood has now become a massive chain of organized crime, which with time, is threatening to taint the most innocent form of humanity- Children.

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Girl Child Education in India

Education can change lives, shape futures and make a man. A man. Not a woman, because many girls in vast numbers suffer the wrath of inequality. The Indian girl has been deprived of this valuable gift, as they are not considered worthy of the same.

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