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  1. ASMAT: Dozens of toddlers in Indonesia´s easternmost Papua province have died from malnutrition and measles over the past few months, a military spokesman said Tuesday, underscoring a lack of accessible medical care in the remote region. The high number of deaths comes after President Joko Widodo vowed in 2014 to beef up infrastructure on the island that is shared with Papua New Guinea. At least 59 toddlers have died from a combination of measles and malnutrition in the remote Asmat region, which has a severe shortage of doctors, said Papua military spokesman Muhammad Aidi. "We received reports from the local health officials about" these deaths, he told AFP. "We don´t know for sure yet whether the malnutrition was caused by lack of food or by the parent´s lack of knowledge regarding healthy food." In response, the military has deployed medical teams and support staff to supply villagers with medicine, vaccines, medical equipment and nutritious food, Aidi added. About 129,000 people live in Asmat, a swampy region cris-crossed by rivers that can only be accessed by a flight from Papua´s capital Jayapura followed by a helicopter and boat ride. "The region is disconnected from other parts of Papua because of a lack of infrastructure," Aidi said. Indonesia annexed resource-rich Papua in the 1960s, but it remains poor with a low-level separatist insurgency carrying on for decades.
  2. If one was to explain a larger than life experience in one word, the first thing that will come to our minds is Bollywood. Nothing, I repeat nothing can beat Bollywood movies, when it comes to masala, big fat weddings or parties. But, actress Rani Mukherji proved us wrong by hosting this lavish and grand (please add a couple of extra 'A's in your mind) party, which looked like a scene from a big-budget film, sans the script. While we were still recuperating from the glitz and glamour at Shah Rukh Khan's Alibaug birthday party, Bollywood was all geared up to have a gala time at Rani Mukherji's daughter Adira's birthday as she turned two this year. And we were not exaggerating when we said that it was a grand party, the guests vouch for the same. Shilpa Shetty, posted a picture from the birthday on her Instagram and captioned it, “Adira's birthday party was like the premier of a magnum opus. Well done, Rani Mukherji.” #AdirasBirthdayparty was like the premier of a magnum opusð¬ðHa ha Well done #Rani happiest birthday to your dollðð#gettogether #friends #fun #celebration #picoftheseason A post shared by Shilpa Shetty Kundra (@theshilpashetty) on Dec 9, 2017 at 8:01am PST The line-up of guests was pretty impressive and these pictures are proof that Bollywood sure knows how to party, be it on-screen or in real life. The party was reportedly hosted by Rani and Aditya Chopra at the Yash Raj Studios on Saturday evening. From Shah Rukh Khan, Karishma Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor Khan to Karan Johar, everyone attended the birthday with their kids and instantly gave us a rush nostalgia of how we used to celebrate birthdays as kids. Our parents too used to accompany us at our friend's birthday bash and interact with other parents while we stuffed our mouths with whatever cake was left on the table. Well, this 'parents' meet' was surely something and this picture of Kareena's kid Taimur hanging out with Karan Johar's kids Yash and Roohi, and making new friends, is possibly the cutest take-away from the party. And a new friendship begins....#yash #roohi #taimur A post shared by Karan Johar (@karanjohar) on Dec 9, 2017 at 6:17am PST Karishma Kapoor too posted pictures from the birthday party on Instagram and thanked Rani for “a lovely evening.” Taimur chilling ð #birthdaypartyðððâ¤ï¸ Thank you rani for a lovely evening ! #beautifulmoments#birthday#friends#family#fun ð¸ #photocredit @theshilpashetty A post shared by KK (@therealkarismakapoor) on Dec 9, 2017 at 6:53am PST #birthdaypartymodeð well done rani ! ð#funwithourkidsâ¤ï¸â¤ï¸âð¼#momsquad A post shared by KK (@therealkarismakapoor) on Dec 9, 2017 at 8:45am PST Other guests in attendance were Sridevi, Alia Bhatt, Rekha, Raveena Tandon, Jacqueline Fernandez, Shweta Bachchan, Shamita Shetty, Tusshar Kapoor, who came with his son Lakkshya. Shah Rukh Khan attended the party with his son AbRam. Daddy love ð @iamsrk with #abramkhan A post shared by Viral Bhayani (@viralbhayani) on Dec 9, 2017 at 5:47am PST And while we can go on and on with the guest list, let's look at these pictures from what can be touted as the grandest party of this year. Taimur and Yash!!!!! A post shared by Karan Johar (@karanjohar) on Dec 9, 2017 at 8:46am PST Landed in time for my baby's baby ka happy birthday ðððð#happpiestbirthdayyð»ð° my dear #adira! I love birthday parties! Fab host Rani! A post shared by Raveena Tandon (@officialraveenatandon) on Dec 9, 2017 at 10:47am PST New HQ : KING KHAN @iamsrk At #RaniMukherjee Daughter #Adira Birthday Bash . #srk #shahrukh #shahrukhkhan #kingkhan #bollywood #badshah #king #dwarf #mannat #kkkg #gauri #gaurikhan #AbRam #abramkhan A post shared by Deepak Srkian (@deepaksrkian) on Dec 9, 2017 at 8:33am PST These pictures are breaking the internet #yash #roohi #taimur at #ranimukherjee's daughter #adira's birthday bash @karanjohar's kids and @therealkareenakapoor' s son together are looking cutest A post shared by VANRAJ fashion DiArieS (@vanrajfashiondiaries) on Dec 9, 2017 at 7:02pm PST Bappi Lahiri's grandson, Swastik bansal too attended the party (but without any gold). #bappilahiri grandson #swastikbansal at baby #adirachopra bday bash A post shared by Viral Bhayani (@viralbhayani) on Dec 9, 2017 at 10:11am PST
  3. China launched a nationwide investigation into its kindergartens on Friday after parents at a Beijing preschool said toddlers had apparent needle marks and were given mysterious pills ? sparking outrage days after another daycare scandal. Photo: AFP file BEIJING: China launched a nationwide investigation into its kindergartens on Friday after parents at a Beijing preschool said toddlers had apparent needle marks and were given mysterious pills ? sparking outrage days after another daycare scandal. Security personnel installed a cordon at the gate of the RYB Education New World kindergarten on Friday after dozens of curious onlookers crowded outside the high-end, bilingual Chinese-English nursery, which was still operating. A day earlier, furious parents had gathered in front of the gate to demand answers from RYB, which is run by a company that started trading on the New York stock exchange in September. Its shares plunged by more than 40 percent in after-hours trading. China?s official Xinhua news agency said children were also ?reportedly sexually molested? but gave no further details. Li Jing, mother of a three-year-old girl, told AFP her daughter had not been abused but said other children had explained how they were coerced into taking pills. ?Other kids were saying it?s not to be called taking a pill, but a reward. And the pill is not to be called a pill, but a jelly bean, and is a little secret between the child and the teacher,? Li said. She chose to bring her daughter to school on Friday because she trusted the girl?s teacher, but admitted: ?I still feel a bit uneasy.? The Chaoyang district government said police opened an investigation after parents reported the suspected abuse on Wednesday. Though authorities have so far declined to confirm or provide more details about the allegations, the incident prompted the education steering committee of China?s State Council, its top administrative body, to call for an ?immediate? investigation into kindergartens across the country. ?Lately, many places have had incidents where children have been violated and harmed in kindergartens, which has had an abominable impact and caused major harm to their families,? it said in a circular published on the Ministry of Education?s official website. Two white pills after lunch The magazine Caixin said eight children had apparent needle marks and that the incidents occurred in two classes with kids aged between two and six. Parents also said children were fed unidentified pills. ?I asked my child after I heard what other parents said and my child said that they had taken two white pills after lunch, and slept after eating the pills,? one father told CCTV outside the school on Thursday. The kindergarten is located adjacent to a large military base, and rumours flew online that military officials there were involved in sexually abusing the children. Fun Junfeng, the base?s political commissioner, confirmed in an interview with the PLA Daily that the husband of the school?s director was previously an official there, but said there was so far ?no evidence? that military personnel had been involved in the abuse. ?But this is just the first step of the investigation,? he added. RYB apologised to parents and said it was cooperating with the police investigation. ?We are currently working with the police to provide relevant surveillance materials and equipment. The teachers in question have been suspended,? the company said in a social media statement. Severe mistakes RYB Education directly operates 80 kindergartens and has franchised another 175 in 130 cities across China for children ranging from newborns to six-year-olds, according to its Nasdaq listing. It is the third time in just over a year that one of its schools has faced abuse allegations. RYB already apologised in April and suspended the head of a Beijing kindergarten after admitting that teachers committed ?severe mistakes?. The Beijing News had obtained videos showing teachers throwing a child on a bed and kicking another in the back. The People?s Court Daily reported that two teachers from a RYB kindergarten in northeast Jilin province were sentenced to 34 months in prison for jabbing children in the head, inside their mouths, and on their legs and buttocks with sewing needles in October 2016. Zhang Zhiqiang came to the Beijing nursery on Friday to cancel his two-year-old daughter?s enrollment after reading about the latest scandal, though she was not among the alleged victims. He said the school refunded him the 18,000 yuan ($2,725) annual tuition fee. The ?international? class in which children were allegedly abused was even more expensive, parents told AFP, with tuition of more than 5,000 yuan ($760) a month. The latest allegations came a week after Chinese online travel agency Ctrip suspended two officials after footage emerged of workers abusing toddlers at a company daycare centre in Shanghai. The clips showed young children of Ctrip employees being roughly handled and punished by being force-fed what parents claimed was spicy mustard at the company?s Shanghai headquarters. Police detained three daycare staff for suspected abuse.
  4. RIO DE JANEIRO: A Brazilian nursery school guard burned four toddlers and their teacher to death after spraying them with alcohol and setting them alight Thursday in an attack which horrified the nation. Dozens of people were also hurt in the blaze while the guard, who was reported to be mentally ill, died after succumbing to his own burn injuries. The tragedy occurred in a modest quarter of Janauba, a city of 70,000 about 600 kilometers (370 miles) north of Belo Horizonte city. Janauba´s mayor decreed seven days of mourning. "This morning, four children and a teacher burned to death when a guard at the nursery school sprayed alcohol on the victims and his own body before setting them alight," the prosecutor of Minas Gerais state, in the country´s southeast, said in a statement. About 50 people were hospitalised with injuries, said Bruno Ataide Santos, director of the local hospital. Their condition was not known. The guard, aged about 50, died in hospital several hours after the incident which left him "with burns all over his body," Santos told AFP. About 80 children were in the nursery school when the attack occurred, prompting worried parents to converge on the site which they found reduced to ashes. "As the creche is near our house we heard noise and rushed over," Nelson de Jesus Silva, the father of one victim, told Globonews TV. "My little girl was so good, so smart," he said of his dead daughter Ana Clara Ferreira. Grief also struck Jane Kelly, the mother of little Juan Miguel Soares. "I was thinking of changing nursery schools because we are preparing to move. I woke him up early to bring him here and when I saw him again he was dead in the hospital," Kelly said between sobs. The dead children were aged four, the G1 news site reported. Police visited the home of the suspect and his family members to try to determine a motive. But police superintendent Renato Nunes told the website of the Hoje em Dia newspaper that the guard had "mental problems" since 2014. Officers found numerous bottles of alcohol at his home, Nunes added. The guard had worked for at least eight years at the nursery school where he was not directly in contact with the children. Janauba´s mayor Carlos Isaildon Mendes said an even greater tragedy was narrowly averted. "This could have been worse because the babies´ room was in the hall next door. Evacuation would have been more difficult. As the children were bigger a lot of them were able to escape," the mayor explained. Brazil´s President Michel Temer expressed his condolences via Twitter. "I am deeply saddened by this tragedy involving children in Janauba, and I want to express my solidarity with the families," Temer wrote. As the father of a school-age child, Temer said he understood "this must be an extremely painful loss" for the parents.
  5. SHEIKHUPURA: Police on Wednesday registered a First Information Report (FIR) nominating two underage children for murder and robbery. The two children, accompanied by their parents, reached the local sessions court to attain pre-arrest bail in the case. The FIR states that year and half-old Ayan used an axe in the attack while five year-old Hassan used a stick as a weapon.