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Subodh Uniyal and Shailarani Rawat. 2016 4:01 pm The Uttarakhand High Court set up in Nainital Related News The Uttarakhand High Court will hear Saturday a petition filed by rebel Congress MLAs challenging their disqualification under the anti-defection law by the Speaker.a large number of activists from women’s organisations and villagers converged at the victim’s house and demanded that criminal cases be registered against the culprits.Written by Press Trust Of India | Machilipatnam | Updated: April 14 Related News Making an emphatic appeal to “globalise compassion” and turn it into a “mass movement”,2014 Nobel Peace Prize laureate Kailash Satyarthi on December 14 said that he wants child labour to go into the “pages of history” Satyarthi who returned to India from Oslo this morning also pitched for the passage of the pending legislation against child labour saying that history “won’t forgive” the legislators if the Bill does not get passed “I want to make an earnest appeal to all the Parliamentarians and also to other leaders to facilitate the passage of the key legislation failing which history and children of India won’t forgive them” Satyarthi said “Gandhiji turned truth non-violence and peace into a mass movement My appeal is to turn compassion into a mass movement Let us globalise compassion” the Nobel laureate added The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Amendment (CLPRA) Bill which once passed will prohibit employment of children below 14 years in any occupation bringing the law in consistency with the Right to Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009 Earlier Satyarthi accompanied by his wife Sumedha visited Mahatma Gandhi’s memorial at Rajghat where they paid homage to the father of the nation 60-year-old Satyarthi an ardent follower of Mahatma Gandhi said that he could “visualise Gandhi walking towards the stage” to receive the award while he was sitting at the podium at the Nobel ceremony in Oslo “When I was sitting at the podium I was remembering him (Gandhiji) every single moment I could visualise him walking towards the stage to receive the award” said an emotional Satyarthi On being asked how he would spend the prize money Satyarthi said that he had previously “never seen” that much money in his life quickly adding that he would spend “every single penny” for the cause of children in India and globally “I have never seen or touched that amount of money in my life before But I can assure you that every single penny will go to the cause of children in my country and globally The money won’t even go to my own NGO” he said After landing in India in the wee hours on December 14 Satyarthi tweeted Jai Hind No words to express my feelings Just landed pictwittercom/WylwRiHnuv Kailash Satyarthi (@k_satyarthi) December 13 2014 Bharat Mata Ki Jai Heartfelt welcome home by fellow Indians pictwittercom/w4iYzGhd0z Kailash Satyarthi (@k_satyarthi) December 13 2014 Satyarthi who jointly received the award along with Pakistani teenage education activist Malala Yousufzai said that “sustainable peace” between India and Pakistan could only result from more mutual cooperation “I am not a politician but as far as I understand more people to people contact mutual cooperation is required for any kind of sustainable peace between the two countries” he said Satyarthi’s image of comforting Malala when she broke down after seeing her blood-splattered clothes she was wearing the day she was attacked by the Taliban at an exhibition in Oslo was splashed by the media across the world Expressing his gratitude to India’s “vibrant democracy and the judiciary” Satyarthi said that change was “knocking at the door” which needs to be acted upon “I am grateful to India’s vibrant democracy and the judicial system without which I could not have achieved anything But at the same time I would like to say that change hope progress is knocking at the door We need to act now” the crusader against child labour said Satyarthi said that the award has increased the weight of “moral responsibility” on his shoulders and that his job wouldn’t be complete till the day a “single child is enslaved” The son of a police officer hailing from Madhya Pradesh Satyarthi also spoke about few “emotional moments” and how his friends and family called him “crazy” when he left his job as an engineer to join activism “There were emotional moments in my family when I left my engineering job and joined activism My friends said that I am working for a non-issue and they called me crazy” the father of two said Satyarthi’s NGO Bachpan Bachao Andolan (Save Childhood Movement) prides itself on liberating over 80000 children from bonded labour in factories and workshops across India Awarding the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize on Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzai the Nobel Committee said that “Satyarthi and Yousafzai are precisely the people whom Alfred Nobel in his will calls ‘champions of peace’” For all the latest India News download Indian Express 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