ANANTAPUR: Two children in Class III and Class V were treated in an inhumane manner as their hands and feet were bound with a rope to a bench for their lsquo;mischievous ' behaviour. The incident took place at the Masanampet Upper Primary School in Kadiri mandal of Anantapur district. The headmistress, who is now under inquiry for corporal punishment, has shifted blame on the children ''s parents. Speaking to the media, Sridevi said that the mother of one of the children had come to school, complaining that the boy had not been attending classes regularly. ”His mother beat him up badly, tied him there and left, ” Sridevi said. She added that it was the parents who tied the children ''s hands and feet.
The issue came into light when the parents of the students brought it to media attention. The two children studying in class 3 and class 5 said that it was the headmistress Sridevi instructed class 4 student to tie them up.
Washington D.C. USA , Nov 29(ANI): Its Thanksgiving and actor Will Smith was surprised by an unusual sight on Thursday when he saw a Turkey the main attraction of the occasion''s feast crossing the road in the middle of traffic.The 50 year old actor shared the funny video on Instagram giving a glimpse of the sight, reported People magazine."Why did the turkey cross the road? No really... why did he do this? " Smith wrote in the caption. "I'm trying to get the fam' some pies "In the video, Smith could be heard saying, "It definitely must be Thanksgiving when you got a damn turkey on the road."A car honking could be heard in the background as the actor continued, "My dude, get out the street. Must've escaped. Get out the street, man "A couple of days before Thanksgiving, the actor''s son Jaden, gave back to the community with a truck in Los Angeles' Skid Row handing out bags of toiletries to the homeless."Video from Our @iloveyourestaurant Thanksgiving On Skid Row A Few Days Ago. I Love You Everyone And Have A Good Day," Jaden wrote in the caption of the video on Instagram.His proud father shared the video and expressed how happy he was seeing, and wrote, "Congrats, Jaden on your successful Thanksgiving "I Love You" Truck. The way that you continue to Give Contribute to our Human Family brings tears to my eyes. You make your parents proud " (ANI)
Cocoon, a startup from a couple of ex Facebook employees that went through YC earlier this year, is hoping to create the dedicated software that you use for that most important group chat in your life. The iOS only app is a bit of a cross between Life360, Slack and Path.While Life360 is the app for concerned parents, Cocoon wants to be the app for curious long distance families who want to check on their family and closest friends more easily. The app is structured around a Slack channel like feed where photo, text and location updates can be pushed alongside threaded replies. Like Life360, you can can also access a dashboard of a group ''s users and see where they are located in the world and whether they 're at home or work based on group designated locations. It ''s the app ''s focus on close friends that has drawn comparisons to Dave Morin ''s oft loved social networking app Path.
Anti obesity day is observed on every November 26 in various parts of the world. This day highlights the health hazards of obesity and various steps one can take to fight obesity. Obesity is affecting a huge population today from all age groups. Obese people may find it very difficult to lose weight and even more difficult to sustain weight loss. It has also become the major root cause of many serious health conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiac problems, joint pains, sleeping disorders, infertility and increased chances of cancer. India has the second highest number of obese children in the world after China, according to a study that has found that 14.4 million children in the country have excess weight.
Image Credit: We live in an age where the fundamentals of life have been changed, where communication is instant, where old ways of doing things are not necessary relevant, and where our interaction can be distorted or magnified through social media and peer pressure.The essence of parenting itself the fundamental relationship between children and their mother and father is facing challenges too, and recent cases from Sharjah point to a need for parents to adapt to new ways of doing things, or at the very least question whether their methodology is best and most suitable to these modern pressures.
You probably understand that letting your child sit in front of a screen for hours at a time isn''t good for his or her development and health. But in reality, policing this aspect of life is difficult considering the ubiquity of digital entertainment and the reality of how young people use social media to relate with one another. But it''s definitely a battle worth fighting if you consider a study which found that kids whose screen time exceeded limits set by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) actually have less functional brains. Researchers tested the language and literacy skills of 47 preschoolers between ages three and five and conducted imaging on their brains. The kids who had higher levels of screen based media use had lower microstructural integrity of white matter tracts.The AAP recently issued its most strongly worded policy statement on this topic. According to a bunch of studies conducted in recent years, corporal punishment has multiple detrimental effects on kids. It can lead to aggressive and defiant behavior, increases the risk of mental health disorders and cognition problems and can negatively affect the parent child relationship. And why one might wonder why the AAP would even have to mention this, spanking tots younger than 18 months increases the likelihood they get physically injured.
gt; gt; LIRE AUSSI Pr carit , fatigue, in galit s... "Vis ma vie d' tudiantes " avec Blanche et ClaraAlors que 37,5% des tudiants fran ais sont boursiers et que 20% vivent sous le seuil de pauvret , leur ministre refuse de proc der une nouvelle hausse des bourses. En revanche, ce sur quoi elle est d'accord avec les diff rentes associations tudiantes, c'est que la fa on dont "ces bourses sont attribu es ne correspond plus la r alit d'aujourd'hui ". "Il y a par exemple une partie du bar me qui est li e la distance au domicile des parents, mais on peut vivre 50 m tres de sa famille et tre en rupture avec elle. C'est un premier sujet que l'on doit voquer ", explique la ministre au micro d'Europe 1.
FB Twitter ellipsis More Pinterest Mail Email iphone Send Text Message Print Image zoom Joseph Peterson Natrona County Sheriffs Office Authorities in Wyoming are frantically searching for a teen with autism who they say has been missing for close to two weeks after he wandered out of his parents #x2019; home and into the wilderness, amid the brutally cold weather.Joseph #x201C;Joey #x201D; Peterson left his residence near Casper on November 10 between the hours of 11 a.m. and 12 p.m., a spokesperson with the Natrona County Sheriff #x2019;s Office said during a recent press conference.
Cela passe videmment par la r forme des retraites, que Jean Christophe Lagarde appelle de ses v ux. Si elle ne se fait pas "nous irons dans le mur plus fort ", s'inqui te le patron de l'UDI, favorable la retraite par point, "plus quitable pour les Fran ais ". "Il n'est pas normal qu'un chauffeur de bus Bordeaux n'est pas les m mes droits qu'un chauffeur de bus Paris ", d nonce notamment l' lu qui r clame aussi de "remettre plat notre mod le conomique, sociale et environnementale ". Seule moyen ses yeux de "recr er du vivre ensemble ".Mais pour le Pr sident de l'UDI, la r forme des retraites doit s'accompagner volution du temps de travail. Jean Christophe Lagarde propose d'ailleurs une solution pour viter d'allonger l'age de d part la retraite, aujourd'hui de 62 ans. Il serait "plus supportable et plus b n fique " selon lui, de travailler plus longtemps chaque semaine. Passer de 35 37 heures permettraient pour l' lu "d' quilibrer les comptes aujourd hui et de pr parer la retraite de demain ". Le salaire r colt lors de ces deux heures suppl mentaires seraient alors vers sur un compte en capitale, accessible seulement au moment du d part la retraite. "Mes grands parents ont travaill 40 heures par semaine jusqu 65 ans, on peut travailler pendant 37 heures jusqu 62 ans pour que nous ayons une meilleure retraite ", conclut Jean Christophe Lagarde.
Gray shared a photo of a tiny little detail she noticed on her apartment building mdash;a tiny little cat paw print baked into the brick used to construct her home. ” P ermanent small bean vibes in this house, ” Gray tweeted, seemingly viewing the presence of the prints as a good omen (which clearly they are).The paw print is reminiscent of those keepsake hand print art projects that many kindergartners bring home from school as a present for their parents. This most likely impromptu version serves as a permanent reminder that at least one life that this cat has lived will never, ever forgotten and it didn ''t even need to star in the musical Cats to achieve that notoriety.
Yet, they brought in trouble to parents. Today, parents cannot stay happy when children are away from home with their smartphones. We ll discuss here all the aspects of this issue. Ensure you read the article until the close.There are several reasons for parents to use the android keylogger free. Following are the main reasons.
Parents of autistic children are paying religious pastors to exorcise their children under the belief their disability is a sign of the devil, a child safety expert has warned.Debbie Ariyo, the CEO of UK based charity AFRUCA, said disabled children are vulnerable to horrific forms of witchcraft abuse in certain communities in the UK.
"Il y a une tendance vouloir exproprier les juifs de leur m moire ", regrette t il au micro de Nathalie L vy. Or, estime t il, "chaque g nocide a quelque chose d'unique. Ce n'est pas le nombre de victimes qui fait l'horreur, mais la haine du bourreau ". Pour Ham Korsia, "vouloir s'accaparer la m moire des autres, c'est briser ce qui fait notre engagement dans la soci t ". "Il n'y avait aucune raison " de porter cette toile jaune, mart le le grand rabbin de France, "et les gens qui l'ont fait le savaient pertinemment ". Par cette d marche, estime t il, la violence subie par les juifs pendant la Shoah est "relativis e ". "Dans notre soci t , le relativisme est terrifiant ", ajoute t il. Et alors que la s natrice Esther Benbassa estime que le fait "que nos contemporains stigmatis s s'identifient ces souffrances pass es est tout fait compr hensible ", le grand rabbin rappelle que 2.500 mosqu es existent aujourd'hui en France. "Ce sont vraiment des gens qu'on stigmatise ? ", interroge t il.