Parents

  • News 360: 6-year-old raped in Bangalore school, protests follow 1 week ago

    In a horrific crime that shocked the nation, a 6-year-old girl was raped inside an international school's premises, allegedly by two staff members. The incident took place on July 2 and a complaint was filed by the child's parents on Tuesday. The school authorities have refused to take any responsibility...
  • CJ Show: A conversation with Braveheart’s parents December 15, 2013

    A year after the grisly Delhi rape incident, Nirbhaya's parents talk to CNN-IBN's senior editor Anubha Bhonsle on what it's like to loose a daughter. They also remember her final days in hospital and appeal for justice to Nirbhaya. ...
  • J&K: Girl's parents threatened to withdraw statement against policemen September 17, 2013

    The parents of a minor girl who was allegedly gangraped by three policeman said they are being threatened. The parents claimed that they have been asked to withdraw their statement and are not being allowed to visit the girl. ...
  • Watch: Parents ransack Kolkata school over student's death September 12, 2013

    An 11-year-old student died in Christ Church School after she was allegedly bullied by her seniors who locked her in the school toilet. Hundreds of parents ransacked the school, broke furniture and vandalised school records. ...
  • Zindagi Live: Children turn their back on parents August 14, 2011

    Chaturburj Ameta tells how miserable his life has become after his son left him. ...
  • Students, parents angry over AIEEE exam delay May 1, 2011

    The exam schedule has been delayed due to leak out of entrance exam question paper. ...
  • Special care for children with Down Syndrome March 21, 2011

    On World Down Syndrome Day, watch a special report on a mother of an eight-year-old patient, who is helping her own family deal with the condition. ...
  • CJ: Father asked to pay bribe to adopt child March 5, 2011

    Citizen Journalist Gaurav Bakshi was asked to pay a bribe to get his name registered as his adopted child's legal father. Gaurav protested only to be beaten up and intimidated by the authorities. ...
  • Zindagi Live: We are not family September 5, 2010

    This week, we bring you people who were raised by a divorcee father or mother. ...
  • Govt raises nursery admission age to 4 yrs February 16, 2010

    New Delhi: Nursery admissions in the capital may be delayed for toddlers by a year as the HRD Minister Kapil Sibal has recommended the Delhi Govt to increase the age of admission to nursery Schools from the current 3 years to 4 years. The Minister has recommended that children in...
  • Bangalore parents race for seat in English-medium school December 16, 2009

    Bangalore: The admission phobia is all pervasive. The problems in Bangalore's admission process mirrors that of other cities, but with the language of education in state board schools being Kannada, the race is on to get children to an English medium CBSE or ICSE school. ...
  • Nursery admissions burn big hole in pocket December 16, 2009

    Mumbai: In the maximum city, it's a race for charging the maximum fee in schools. Brand value and quality of private schools come at a price. ...
  • Schools can have different admission criteria: Court December 16, 2009

    New Delhi: The race is on for securing the best school for your child, but according to the latest court guidelines, every school can have a different criteria. Here is a look at who stands to gain the most in this run for admissions. ...
  • Mission admission a test of parents' patience December 16, 2009

    New Delhi: Mission Admission is possibly the most streesful in Delhi. What has helped this year around though is that the Directorate of Education regulations that have put out a fixed schedule. But other problems remain. ...
  • HC asks school to lower fee, authorities still to act August 25, 2009

    Mumbai: The Vibgyor High School was started in 2004 as a premium option for upper-middle class families in Goregaon. But in March 2008 parents got a nasty shock from the school management. "We were paying Rs 40,000 for the secondary level and the school management raised it to nearly Rs 80,000....
  • Mother's Day special: Zindagi Live meets single mothers May 11, 2009

    Some call them super women because they do everything on their own. They have a child and a house to look after all by themselves because they are single mothers. Zindagi Live meets some of these single mothers and listen to their experiences. ...
  • Parents separation: Stories of an incomplete childhood March 2, 2009

    What memories of childhood do children of separated parents have. ...
  • Gender bias and child abuse brings violent backlash November 19, 2008

    New Delhi: A former beauty queen in Uttar Pradesh town Meerut admitted to killing her parents. But the startling revelation was the motive behind the murders. The accused said that she did it to get even as she had been abused all her life, purely for being a girl child....
  • Heart patients' ignorance of early signs increases mortality September 23, 2008

    By the year 2010, India will be home to 10 crore heart patients, and yet 6 out of 10 patients reach hospitals well after the golden hour increasing risk of mortality by a good 40-60%. Here's more. ...
  • Living it up: Parental pressure may cause depression in kids September 15, 2008

    Competitive rat race, multi-tasking and stressful lifestyle have caused depression among urban Indians. In fact one in every fifteen Indians is believed to be depressed. The chances of depression are espacially on rise among youngsters. The major reason for depression is the lack of communication between parents and children. While...
  • KOLKATA SPEAKS OUT: Kids be treated as friends? August 14, 2008

    People on the streets of Kolkata answer to a survey, on whether kids shoould be treated as friends by the parents. Here were certain reactions we came across ...
  • MUMBAI TALKS: Should kids be treated as friends? August 13, 2008

    CNN-IBN asked the people on the streets in Mumbai, whether parents should allow children the right to privacy, and treat them like friends? These are some of the reactions that we came across ...
  • Watch: Doctor's word on late abortions August 3, 2008

    Dr Puneet Bedi, a gynecologist from Delhi's Apollo hospital, answers tough questions on abortions and the Mumbai case. ...
  • Doc talk: Give your child a sense of security June 24, 2008

    The brutal murder of teenager Arushi Talwar and her family's domestic help has taken a toll on the city's children. They are now feeling unsafe at the one place that is meant to give them a sense of security - their homes. In our this week’s doc talk Arpita Anand...
  • Secrets of good parenting soon on CD February 17, 2008

    New Delhi: Have you run out of ways to tell your child to behave? Don't fret - the secrets of good parenting will soon be revealed on a CD ‘Mantras of Parenting’ - authored by Sudha Gupta and marketed by CNN-IBN. The CD was launched by actor Kiron Kher...
  • Mission school admission gets tougher in Delhi February 3, 2008

    Child Shreyanshi goes through the grind getting a place to study. ...
  • Zindagi Live: Single, working and a father January 6, 2005

    They have careers, ambitions and children to take care of — stories of men as single parents. That’s the focus on Zindagi Live this week. ...
  • Jindal's parents thanked American citizens October 21, 2007

    New Delhi: Bobby Jindal, son of Indian immigrants, became the first non-White and the youngest Governor of the US state of Louisiana when he impressively defeated his opponents in the gubernatorial poll. Bobby Jindal's parents in law thanked the American citizens for bobby's win. ...
  • Here's how video game make kids, parents happy October 17, 2007

    A video game today is not just a game. It could help you with your schoolwork, your professional life and even your social life. Here’s how to do it. ...
  • Living It Up: Your weekly guide to a better life October 16, 2007

    More parents are outsourcing their children's upbringing; Is there a healthy way to fast? ...