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A total of 342 recruits were formally inducted into the Indian paramilitary force, after completing 34 weeks of rigorous training in physical fitness, weapon handling, commando operations and counter insurgency

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Jobless 18- to 21-year-olds without a basic standard of English or mathematics will be denied benefits unless they return to classes to improve their skills.

George Osborne said in June that the savings from delaying the state pension age were 'absolutely enormous'

Autumn Statement will make the winter of old age colder and harder for today's young people

Will there even be state pensions by the time my children grow up?

Irish unemployment falls to lowest level since 2009

The number of people signing on last month fell to just over 390,000.

The Unconditionally singer will take on the role of engaging young people in the charity organisation’s work

Katy Perry is named UNICEF's latest Goodwill Ambassador

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Foster parents are currently only given financial support to look after children until they are 18

Children in care to be given option of staying with foster parents until age of 21

Children and Families Minister will also pledge £40m extra funding for councils over next three years

Manchester United winger Adnan Januzaj has been nominated for the BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year award

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Immigration stats are bad news for the Government, but worse news for Britain

Reducing the number of foreign students runs directly against the UK's best interests

Thank you Rebecca Adlington for being brave enough to talk about body confidence

Too often women are demonised for merely suggesting they want to feel better about themselves

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Everton will not use Leighton Baines lay-off as excuse to open contract talks

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Children from poorer backgrounds are more likely to develop, says scientists

Family poverty linked to children with attention disorder

Average family incomes where study child had developed ADHD was £324 per week, compared with £391 for households where child was not affected

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Ashes 2013-14 comment: The case of Jonathan Trott has shone a light on the thug culture of 'sledging'

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The future of sex education: Do students have the answer?

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