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2016-04-13T08:18:36+05:30
Conventionally, a child labour is defined as a child in the range of 5 to 14 years, who is doing labour, either paid or unpaid. The term ‘child labour’ is generally used to refer to any work by children that interferes with their full physical development curtailing the opportunities for education and the needed recreation. Despite a number of efforts made for the eradication of child labour, the situation remains still grave.
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