A three-month investigation in the mica-producing state of Jharkhand found that a flourishing black market resulted in at least seven children being killed
By Nita Bhalla and Jatindra Dash | Fri, 30 Sep 2016
Action follows a Thomson Reuters Foundation investigation that found child workers were dying in illegal, unregulated mines
By Rina Chandran | Wed, 28 Sep 2016
In the depths of India's illegal mica mines, where children as young as five work alongside adults, lurks a dark, hidden secret - the cover-up of child deaths
By Nita Bhalla, Rina Chandran and Anuradha Nagaraj | Wed, 3 Aug 2016
"Anyone, whoever they may be, if they are involved in any kind of illegal activity, they will not be spared"
By Nita Bhalla | Mon, 8 Aug 2016
"If the allegations are substantiated, we will do everything to ensure that the supplier involved is no longer part of our supply chain in the future"
By Nita Bhalla and Rina Chandran | Thu, 4 Aug 2016
"Children engaged by anybody as child labourers is illegal and we will take strong action against such people whoever they may be and however powerful they are."
By Nita Bhalla and Rina Chandran | Wed, 3 Aug 2016
"We are on the way to set out a clear path to eradicate child labor within five years and improve living conditions"
By Catherine Peyreaud, Natural Resources Stewardship Circle | Wed, 3 Aug 2016