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  • Teen girls more vulnerable to bullying: Study
    HealthTeen girls more vulnerable to bullying: Study

    "Bullying is significantly associated with depressive symptoms, suicidal ideation, suicide planning, and suicide attempts. We wanted to look at this link between bullying victimisation, depressive symptoms, and suicidality by gender,” wrote one of the researchers, Nancy Pontes, in the study published in the Journal of Nursing Research.

    4 months ago
  • Social media impacts teen girls more than boys: Study
    Tech NewsSocial media impacts teen girls more than boys: Study

    For long, experts have been issuing warning over too much usage of social media applications like Snapchat and Instagram among teenagers.

    8 months ago
  • Boys report more teenage dating violence than girls: Study
    SourcesBoys report more teenage dating violence than girls: Study

    When it comes to teen dating, boys are more likely to report being the victim of violence -- hit, slapped, or pushed -- than girls, a new study has found.

    12 months ago
  • Mental health may not ruin teenagers' friendships: Study
    SourcesMental health may not ruin teenagers' friendships: Study

    Teenagers with similar levels of mental health issues such as anxiety and depression are more likely to remain friends, but dissimilarites can create incidence instability, a new study has found.

    1 year ago
  • India U-16 football team to play Turkey, Oman in Istanbul Cup
    SourcesIndia U-16 football team to play Turkey, Oman in Istanbul Cup

    Less than two weeks after the India Under-16 football team finished runners-up to Japan in the five-nation WAFF U-16 Championship, the squad will be participating in the tri-nation Istanbul Cup in Turkey as part of their exposure for next month's AFC U-16 Championship Malaysia 2018.

    1 year ago
  • India U-23 footballers to travel to Australia for camp
    SourcesIndia U-23 footballers to travel to Australia for camp

    A 22-member India U-23 football team will travel to Australia on Friday as part of their preparation for the forthcoming SAFF Suzuki Cup. The squad has been camping here since July 28. India will be based at the Valentine Sports Park in Sydney for another 16-day long preparatory camp before they eventually leave for Dhaka on September 1, according to a statement. "The exposure trip was planned before the Asian Games but unfortunately, we were barred from taking part in the Games. We didn't see any reason to cancel the trip and had to postpone it prior to the SAFF Tournament," head coach Stephen Constantine said. Apart from the 22 players, two players have been kept in reserve who might get a call-up to join the contingent in Australia if circumstances demand so; 20 boys will eventually travel for the SAFF Suzuki Cup. Constantine also thanked the clubs for releasing the players from their club commitments for national duty. "I would like to express my gratitude to the clubs for letting the players join the more-than-a-month long National Team Camp. We need such support from them until the AFC Asian Cup 2019. It's good for the country as well as the clubs. I appreciate that", he added. "Although we didn't qualify for the AFC U23 Championship, these boys showed good signs in Qatar last year. A few new boys have come and they're putting in an effort to integrate with the other boys." "It's a group of talented youngsters and I believe a good number of players will graduate to the senior team in time," the coach said. On being asked whether the U-23 boys will be under pressure against the senior teams in the SAFF Suzuki Cup, he explained: "I take it as a challenge for us. If the senior boys compete in the SAFF Tournament, these young boys won't get the opportunity to play anytime soon. I think this tournament should be treated as a platform to give more exposure to the U23 boys which will be beneficial for India in future." The list of 22 players along with 2 reserves is as follows:

    1 year ago
  • Dropout rate at upper primary level higher in boys in West Bengal: Unicef
    SourcesDropout rate at upper primary level higher in boys in West Bengal: Unicef

    The dropout rate of boys at upper primary level is double that of girls in West Bengal, and the challenge is to find out the disparities, said country representative of Unicef Yasmin Ali Haque on Tuesday.

    1 year ago
  • History making India U-20 team return home
    SourcesHistory making India U-20 team return home

    After scripting a memorable 2-1 victory over Argentina Under-20 in the COTIF Cup in Spain, the India U-20 football team returned to India on Friday morning amidst fanfare.

    1 year ago
  • India U-16 colts stun Asian champions Iraq
    SourcesIndia U-16 colts stun Asian champions Iraq

    The India U-16 football team registered a historic 1-0 victory over current Asian U-16 Champions Iraq in the WAFF U-16 Championship in Amman and head Coach Bibiano Fernandes dedicated this "to all the fellow Indian Coaches."

    1 year ago
  • Britney Spears treats sons to fish, chips
    SourcesBritney Spears treats sons to fish, chips

    Singer Britney Spears treated her sons Sean and Jayden to fish and chips before her headline performance at Brighton Pride festival.

    1 year ago