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Wednesday, January 17, 2007


This fourteen years old boy is working in the construction site.He came from West Bengal two years back. As he is still young , he can not do any heavy work in the site, so he mixes cement and lime which is used in polishing the inner wall of the rooms.He works there as a helper.Mixing cement,lime and water with a bare hand for a long time causes harm for the skin.
Such a contradiction, in this young age he was supposed to pick a pen and study but poverty forced him to do this harmful job.

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  • At January 18, 2007 at 10:06 PM, Blogger Nishant Ratnakar said…

    First of all, Sandeep you have a nice template for your blog. Did you design it yourself?

    I like this picture a lot. If you have this on flickr, then please do add this photograph to the photo pool of "freedom at daylight" ( http://www.flickr.com/groups/12412938@N00/pool/ ) , the anti-child labour comuunity on flickr which I had started sometime back but haven't been able to update it since then. I will post some recent finding of mine on this issue there. I managed to get list of all "industries" which are prohibited from employing children as per the new law.
    All the best with your work Sandeep

     
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