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Sweeping oversight?

A. Roy Chowdhury

Two underage girls employed as labourers at a newly built tennis stadium for the National Games 2002 in Hyderabad. The State Government had initiated a scheme for child labourers to return to school and run a State-wide campaign `Chaduvula Pandaga' (Education Festival) a few months ago. Maybe the authorities who employed the girls at the stadium are unaware of it.

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