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Title: SBT mental health programme
Synopsis: Fear, depression and abuse: A look at the ignored mental health of adolescents in forced labour
Source & Links: The News Minute
Title: Meet family that's ray of hope for street kids
Synopsis: Street kids are the most neglected children in India..
Source & Links: Times of India
Title: Experience Delhi Like an Insider
Synopsis: Fall in love with Delhi's past and present through a curated visit to its historic sites, pristine organic farm villas on the outskirts.
Source & Links: Vanilla Luxury
Title: Don't give money to the children on the streets of India. Here's what you can do instead.
Synopsis: WHEN YOU TRAVEL TO INDIA, it is inevitable that you be approached by begging children on the streets.
Source & Links: Lola Mendez
Title: Social Innovator from India Awarded Honorary Doctorate
Synopsis: CQUniversity Vice-Chancellor Professor Scott Bowman has awarded Salaam Baalak Trust founder Ms Praveen Nair with an Honorary Doctor in Social Innovation during his recent visit to India.
Source & Links: CQUniversity Australia
Title: An Ismat Chughtai Double Bill - Gharwali & Mughal Baccha
Synopsis: Come join us under the Banyan Tree at Gallery 1AQ for an evening of Dastangoi by Sunil Mehra & Askari Naqvi presenting An Ismat Chugtai Double Bill, in aid of Salaam Balaak Trust!
Source & Links: Times of India (What's Hot)
Title: Papa CJ Comedy Show' fundraiser for Salaam Baalak Trust
Synopsis: Renowned comedian and master improviser Papa CJ performed in front of a packed crowd at Ojas Art Gallery on 4th December for Salaam Baalak Trust, to raise funds for a cause.
Source & Links: The Sunday Standard, Scroll, What Shot, Meri Outings,
Title: Queen of Katwe for Salaam Balaak Trust
Synopsis: Acclaimed Indian filmmaker Mira Nair will be holding an exclusive preview of her forthcoming film 'Queen Of Katwe' here for her Salaam Baalak Trust, to raise funds for a cause.
Source & Links: The Times of India, Yahoo News, Boxoffice-Collections, Time Out, The Statesman, Ten News, India Everyday
Title: Mira Nairs Film - QUEEN OF KATWE
Synopsis: The 2016 edition of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) featured a bumper crop of Indian films, giving them a potent platform, but mainstream Bollywood couldn't get any screen time.
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Title: Give them wings and watch them fly
Source: Vistara Magazines
Synopsis: 12 children who had never seen the inside of an aircraft experienced their first ever air journey on Vistara's maiden flight from Delhi to Mumbai. The residents of the shelters run by the Salaam Baalak Trust across NCR.
Title: One-way street for children
Source: Deccan Herald
Synopsis: Bindiya, 13, along with four other children, leaves her home in slum cluster in Narela at 7 am sharp every day. They return home by around 5 pm. Their routine may be mistaken for school timings. But these children head to Connaught Place to sell pens to make a living.
Title: Gun Gaurav: HRD minister felicitates Class XII achievers
Source: The Times of India (New Delhi)
Synopsis: In a first of its kind event, the human resource development minister Prakash Javadekar felicitated 46 students who achieved high in their XII exams, despite hailing from economically weakest of weaker sections.
Title: William and Kate visit street children in India
Synopsis: Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton visited a facility run by the Salaam Baalak Trust, which supports working children in the national capital.
Source & Links: The Times of India, Hindustan Times, Deccan Chronicle, Business Standard, Cosmopolitan, Mail Online News, Express, International Business Times, New My Royals, Yahoo News, News.nyomdagepek, ANI News, Glamour News, abc News, Life Style, Hello Magazine, EveningStandard, The Telegraph, FIX, OK!, Latest News 360, Friynds, Go Fug Yourself, Hollywood Life, OneIndia and Huff Post Parents
Title: Soulful Sufi evening
Source: The Asian Age and Hindustan Times (Delhi)
Synopsis: Salaam Balak Trust recently organised a Sufi night at Indigo Restaurant One Style Mile
Link: The Asian Age and Hindustan Times (Delhi)
Title: Evening of poetry
Source: The Asian Age
Synopsis: Evening of poetry
Title: Ek shaam sufiayana
Source: Hindustan Times (Delhi)
Synopsis: The Turkish ambassador's residence in the city was recently seen immersed in sufi tradition. The evening, in association with Salaam Balaak Trust, saw soulful renditions of sufi urdu hindavi and pharsi poetry by Rene Singh, accompanied with musical compositions and expressions of dance by Shivani Varma.
Title: International award for Salaam Baalak Trust
Source: DNA India
Synopsis: Salaam Baalak Trust (SBT), which works with children in Delhi has been got an international award, the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards for 2014 given out by the US government. The award carries a $10,000 grant and support in communications and capacity building for a year.
Title: Light up that Bag
Source: The New Indian Express
Synopsis: The challenge Constant power cuts meant that after-school study hours weren't easy. The Light Bag project was born. The light bags were distributed to several open schools run by The Salaam Baalak Trust in slums across Delhi.
Title: Sanjoy K Roy attends Salaam Baalak Trust's 25th anniversary celebrations in Gurgaon
Source: The Times of India
Synopsis: Gurgaon recently welcomed the students and performers of Salaam Baalak Trust to celebrate 25 years of their existence.
Title: Poverty tours: A learning experience or simply gawking?
Synopsis: The charitable Salaam Baalak Trust runs a city tour in New Delhi
Title: Delhi as the street kids see it
Source: The Telegraph UK
Synopsis: In New Delhi, Nigel Richardson joins an ex-runaway for a unique look at the life of the city's homeless children.
Title: Crusade for street children rides high on glamour
Source: WEBINDIA123.COM, THAINDIAN.COM
Synopsis: In New Delhi, a mega fundraising charity dinner and concert were organized for the street children.
Title: Surviving on a little luck and lots of street smarts
Source: Los Angeles Times
Synopsis: The story of Shekhar Sahni, the 21-year-old grew up on India's rough streets and dreams of becoming a Bollywood star.
Title: Australian Foreign Minister visits Salaam Baalak Trust
Source: Australian High Commission - India
Synopsis: Australia is supporting the work of Salaam Baalak through the Australian High Commission New Delhi's Direct Aid program, with a grant of up to 10 lakh rupees ($30,000).
Title: Two strings to the bow
Source: The Hindu
Synopsis: Pioneering puppeteer Dadi Pudumjee working with Salaam Baalak Trust kids
Title: Salaam Baalak Trust, NGO
Date: Page registered since 2008
Synopsis: Salaam Baalak Trust (SBT) is an Indian non-profit and non-governmental organization which provides support for street and working children in the inner cities of New Delhi, and Mumbai.
Title: Discover a Delhi underbelly you never knew, through the eyes of child guides
Source: The Telegraph, Calcutta
Synopsis: Dark, dank alleys wind round the New Delhi railway station. Chaos everywhere as cars, cycle rickshaws, handcarts and buses aim for the same lane all at once.
Title: Runaway guides
Source: The Hindu Business Lines
Synopsis: This is a city walk unlike any other... street children of Delhi offer glimpses into their way of living and surviving.
Title: Meeting Delhi's street children
Source: BBC News
Synopsis: In Delhi, Tony and Cherie Blair visit a project aimed at helping poorest Indian kids
Title: An emotional get-together
Source: The Hindu
Synopsis: Filmmaker Mira Nair with street children at the inauguration of a unique international photo exhibition in New Delhi.