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Goa child rights panel critical of Apna Ghar's functioning

The Goa State Commission for Child Rights (GSCCR), in its annual report for 2016, has said there is a lack of professional as well as trained teachers and counsellors at the facility.

Petitioner seeks contempt proceedings against CBI

Stating that the CBI had not completed its investigation,into alleged molestation of inmates at the Apna Ghar shelter home in Rohtak,within the two month deadline,a petition,filed in the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Wednesday,demanded contempt proceedings against the country’s premier investigating agency.


Apna ghar case: Three accused to undergo DNA test

A Panchkula court on Tuesday directed three prime accused in the sexual abuse case of inmates of Apna Ghar,a shelter home in Haryana’s Rohtak district,to undergo potency test for DNA profiling to ascertain the biological father of a girl child delivered by an inmate.

2 Cong MLAs sought award for Jaswanti

The ongoing probe into allegations of sexual abuse of inmates of Apna Ghar children’s home in Rohtak have revealed that two Congress legislators recommended Jaswanti Devi,who ran the shelter,for a Haryana award

Apna Ghar case: Bail plea of counsellor dismissed

The special CBI court of Najar Singh on Thursday dismissed the bail application of one of the main accused in the Apna Ghar sex abuse case.

ApnaGhar sex scandal: CBI court rejects bail plea of two accused

Two accused in the Apna Ghar sex abuse case were denied bail by the special CBI court here on Tuesday.


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Apna Ghar sex abuse: Girl child born to challenged inmate

Confirming allegations of woman and children of Rohtak-based shelter home Apna Ghar being sexually abused,a deaf and mute inmate recently gave birth to a girl.

CCTVs for Haryana observation homes

In the wake of the Apna Ghar sexual abuse case in Rohtak,the Haryana government has decided to install close circuit TV (CCTV) cameras in observation homes and special homes to keep an eye on the employees deployed and the women and juvenile inmates residing at such centres.