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  • BJP, TMC members argue over pol violence in WB in Parliamentary Committee
  • Congress extends support to 3-day farmers stir in Mumbai
  • UK Prime Minister calls accidental deletion of records from Police databases 'Outrageous'
  • Karnataka registers 501 fresh cases of COVID-19
  • Indian vaccines reach Maldives, Bhutan
  • Union Cabinet clears Rattle Hydroelectric Project, J&K LG terms it historical decision
  • Govt proposes to put farm laws on hold for 1 5 years, next round of talks on Jan 22
  • NDRF celebrates its 16th Foundation Day
  • Seven new COVID-19 cases, seven recoveries in Meghalaya
  • 19 new Covid cases in Manipur
  • TRP scam: Partho Dasgupta's bail rejected
  • Aadhar case: SC dismisses pleas challenging verdict of Constitution Bench
  • Nadda on 2-day Lucknow visit from tomorrow
  • Special arrangements for Assam polls due to COVID situation : CEC
  • Trump promises to be 'Back in Some Form'
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Cyberspace should be safe for children: Maneka

Cyberspace should be safe for children: Maneka

New Delhi, Aug 8 (UNI) Stressing on making cyber space safer for children, Union Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi said on Wednesday that the government was ready to work with all the relevant parties in this regard.
'All possible measures should be taken to make cyber space safer for children. For this, the government is ready to coordinate with all the relevant parties,' Ms Gandhi said during a meeting in her office.
She said there was an urgent need to establish a Global Alliance which can identify and eliminate Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) from the Internet.
Among those present included Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI) CEO Stephen Balkam, Javier Aguilar, representative from UNICEF, Ambika Khurana, Director of India Public Policy Division Netflix India, and officials of the Ministry.
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