Bunny racing ahead in brand endorsements 14 TUESDAY 8 MAY 2018 HYDERABAD | PAGES 16 Child marriage foiled by Child Line activists OUR BUREAU Tandur: Child Line activists foiled the marriage of an 8th class girl student at a tribal thanda on the outskirts of Navalga village of Basheerabad mandal here on Monday. All arrangements have been made to celebrate marriage of the girl belonging to Babu Naik Thanda with a 21 year old bride groom of Bhojya Naik Thanda on Monday. If the arrival of the Child Line activists were to be late, the man would have tied the knot to the girl. On a tip off, the activists rushed to the thanda and foiled the marriage with the help of the police. The two families were bound over by tahsidar Venkataiah. The Tahsildar took a written undertaking that the parents of the girl would not celebrate the marriage of the girl till she attained the age of marriage. Later, the two families were set free upon counseling them against the child marriage. Cycles distributed among minority girl students 03 Old world charm of bungalows 02 Open plots turn into dumpyard 04
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