The anganwadi at a slum in southeast Bengaluru opens at 10.30am, but a group of barefooted children, clad in old and torn clothes throng the premises by 9am itself.

Half of the children below six years of age living in the slums of New Delhi are underweight, according to a worrying study released by NGO Child Rights and You (CRY).

It's unlikely schools in the city will meet a deadline in the Right to Education Act for each to have a separate girls’ toilet by 31 March 2013, though it's debatable whether the problem is a lack

Despite a dalit woman as chief minister in Uttar Pradesh, a majority of children in dalit families continue to remain undernourished. A survey conducted by CRY (Child Rights and You), released on Thursday, shows that 70 per cent of children in dalit families suffer from malnutrition.

The survey was conducted
across 200-odd villages in eight districts.

Citing cases of scores of children who are fighting undernourishment, non-government organisation Child Rights and You (CRY) and its partners on Thursday claimed that preventable malnourishment is still prevalent across the country despite scheme and plans implemented by the government.

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Child Rights and You (CRY) has launched the