In India, adolescents and teenagers between the ages of 13 and 19 make up 31% of the overall number of people who use social media restricted contents.

Such crimes committed due to access to material on internet: Bombay HC CJ on Shraddha case
Referring to Mumbai woman Shraddha Walkar’s murder by her live-in partner Aftab Poonawala in Delhi, Bombay High Court Chief Justice Dipankar Datta said, “All these crimes are being committed because there is so much access to the material on the internet.” He added, “The Indian Telecommunication bill is there and we require certain robust legislation to tackle all the situations.”
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Minister for primary and secondary education, BC Nagesh has asked the department of public instruction to design a 10-minute meditation plan for students.
In a note to the principal secretary of the department, that he had sent on October 20 asked them to plan a meditation session for all students from primary to pre-university stages.
Nagesh has said that this will boost a child’s confidence, reduce mental stress, and boost their stamina to be able to perform better at school. He said that this will also be a good hobby for children to pursue while also drawing a positive response from them.
“It is apt for students to meditate on an everyday basis. A particular time must be dedicated for this every day for students to practice meditation in schools,” Nagesh has said.