Malappuram : Thirty-two students of Al Farooque English Medium School at Pandikkad, Malappuram were told to follow a different dress code from the rest of their brethren. School principal Abdul Kareem said the new system was launched as part of forming a prefect group to monitor cyber crimes and other discipline breaches. The Kerala State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (KSCPCR) and the district Child Welfare Committee had to intervene following students who complained that they felt discriminated following the new system. The Child Rights Commission has registered a case and sought a report from the school principal, Deputy Director of Education and district Child Protection Officer.
Naushad Alathoor had held the second audition for his second project titled Viral 2019 at Indira Nagar Bangalore It is very rare that a Mollywood movie conducts an audition in Bangalore but nevertheless it was accepted with open arms by the mass who appeared in thousands The first audition was hel
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