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Students skip school, work at seed units in Davangere
By Fr Joy Nedumparambil sdb
Bangalore, Nov. 16. The number of children in a majority of the schools in Harpanahalli taluk in Davangere district has dwindled significantly as students are being employed by the seed production centres that are mushrooming there.
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The number of children in a majority of the schools in Harpanahalli taluk in Davangere district has dwindled significantly as students are being employed by the seed production centres that are mushrooming there. According to a survey conducted by Don Bosco Child labour Mission Davangere, more than 3000 children are engaged in seed production units in Harpanahalli taluk alone. This story was published in Deccan Herald one of the the leading state newspapers in Karnataka on 17 November 2011. Please see the JEPEG image file for details.
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