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Maximum children from WB went missing in 2008: Minister

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Post  Faith on Wed Jul 22, 2009 9:44 am

Indopia

Maximum children from WB went missing in 2008: Minister

New Delhi, July 21

Out of a total of 22,361 children reported missing in 13 States and Union territories, West Bengal had reported the maximum during 2008.

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He however, said 20,048 missing children were traced during the period.

A highest of 56,923 children were reported missing in 2006 out of which 44,165 were traced. Whereas in 2007, a total of 36,806 children were reported missing out of which 22,361 could be traced, the minister said.

http://www.indopia.in/India-usa-uk-news/latest-news/629018/Manipur/1/20/1







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