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Healing Day in Toronto – April 28, 2012

Date: April 28, 2012 (Saturday).
Time: 12:00 – 5:00 PM
Location: 120 Carlton Street, Suite 315, Toronto, Ontario  M5A 4K3

RSVP to secure an appointment:
647-460-KITE(5483) or healingday@paperkitefoundation.com

Please join us for an afternoon of healing treatments. We have three amazing healers who are offering their services to raise money for Paper Kite Children’s Foundation. All treatments are offered on a by donation basis and we are suggesting a minimum donation of $20 for a 20-minute session.

Therapeutic Massage Therapy withFazMoosa, RMT (12:00 – 4:00pm)

As many millions will attest, massage also helps relieve the stress and tension of everyday living that can lead to disease and illness.

FazMoosa RMT is a therapeutically oriented Massage and Trigger Point work specialist. He has a well-honed radar for knots and spasms.Visit his website at: www.achesawaytoronto.ca

Acupuncture with Naomi Frank

Acupuncture should not feel painful. You may experience a tingling or slight aching feeling when the needles are placed. Most people become very relaxed and take a nap during their treatment. Having acupuncture could be described as a period of deep stillness in which nothing seems to be happening, but all sorts of things get done.

In general, you can expect to feel relaxed for several hours following a treatment. You may feel sleepy, or you may have more energy than when you came in. Some people get immediate relief while others find their symptoms recede gradually over a few days. Everyone responds to acupuncture differently.Visit her facebook page at www.facebook.com/ToCAcu

Gentle Chiropractic with Dr. BiljanaDurickovic

Network Spinal Analysis is a tonal and completely low force system that utilizes access points of the central nervous system to create radical transformations.

If you are experiencing physical symptoms, suffering from stress, or are trying to overcome a current health challenge, discover how you can heal from the inside out and use your pain and illness as a fuel for change.Visit her website at www.drdurickovic.com

Reiki withJoselinSundin, Reiki Master

Reiki is an ancient Japanese art of energy healing that activates, directs and applies natural energy for the promotion of health, healing, balance and wholeness. Reiki speeds the healing process and provides a source of restoring energy under medical treatment or in recovery. Visit her website at www.reikisports.com

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40,000 Bihar Children Missing

PATNA: The magnitude of human trafficking in Bihar is alarming as about 35,000 to 40,000 children from the state were missing and nobody knew about their whereabouts, said former Delhi police commissioner Amod Kanth. There was no human development indicator in Bihar, resulting in the frequent use of child labour and violation of law dealing with it, he said.

Speaking on the first day of the three-day seminar on ‘Training of Master trainers: To combat human trafficking’, organized jointly by the crime investigation department (CID) of Bihar police and Save the Children, a civil society organization, here on Monday, Kanth stressed the need to redefine human trafficking as the present definition did not deal with the issue in its entirety. The Central government was working on a new manual to make it clear, he said, adding that the Immoral Trafficking Act discussed only about commercialization of sex and the Juvenile Justice Act talked only about children between 6 and 8 years of age.

Throwing light on the complexity of the issue, Kanth said human trafficking was related not only to prostitution but also with forced marriage, child sex and organ transplant. He said the present definition was itself so complex that it was creating problem in tackling the real issue.

Addressing the inaugural function, DGP Abhayanand said human trafficking was the worst form of rights violation and reiterated the Bihar police commitment to eliminate this evil from the state.

The DGP asked police officials to behave properly with victims of human trafficking, be alert about any information in this regard and take cognisance on priority basis.

Speaking on ‘Coordination: Police, community and civil society organization’, member of Bihar Public Service Commission and retired IPS officer, Rajyabardhan Sharma, said the local police should take the media help in busting the gangs involved in human trafficking. He, however, felt the media was not giving proper space to such serious issues.

State programme coordinator of Save the Children, Nitu Prasad, said the victims needed support as kids took to crime because of lack of awareness about law.

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