Indian girl among three finalists for International


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Indian young lady in the UAE is among three finalists decided during the current year's International Children's Peace Prize for her special part in enhancing the rights and position of youngsters. From a record number of 120 global sections, the master council picked Kehkashan Basu from the UAE, Divina Maloum from Cameroon and Muzoon Almellehan from Syria. The declaration was made by International youngsters' rights association "KidsRights" in front of Universal Children's Day to be seen on Sunday.According to the council, each of the three have enhanced the rights and position of kids in one of a kind and unmistakable ways. Consistently, the youthful prize-champ picks up a universal stage to impart his or her message to a huge number of individuals around the world. In accordance with the convention, the current year's prize will be granted by 2006 Nobel Peace Laureate Muhammad Yunus in the Hall of Knights (Ridderzaal) in The Hague on December 2.Yunus, 76, respected the kids, saying they are battling for a more pleasant world. "Our reality frantically needs youthful changemakers like Divina, Kehkashan and Muzoon, who through their work have demonstrated exactly how intense and flexible youngsters are. Grown-ups don't have every one of the answers. Chiefs ought to and should listen to the conclusions of kids, who have the ability to touch off change and move the world," he said.

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