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National Centre For Missing Children Kid Missing Alert - 1 July 2008

Kids Missing Alert now goes out to more than 1,92,000.

Dear Friends,

Results of an ongoing online survey being carried out on the Missing Indian Kids' Website. Click here to take part in the survey.

Question - In your opinion, where are kids most likely to be kidnapped?

50.9% - From Neighbourhood.
17.6% - From Playground.
12.7% - From School.
10.7% - From Market.
3.4% - From Home.
4.4% - Other Places.


for NCMC,
Anuj Bhargava

Join NCMC:
Individuals can become Support Members and Institutions/Corporates can become Corporate Partners and help NCMC realize its mission of reuniting missing children with their parents.

Note for the Police & those reporting missing children:
Please do not stick photocopied pictures of the missing children on the reporting forms. Do not staple the photograph or use pins - use glue.

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A missing child is counting on us.

Missing For Long Time
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P l e a s e   r e m e m b e r   t h e i r   f a c e s  -  Y o u   m a y   h a v e   s e e n   t h e m.
Sandhya Pille
10 January 2005
Missing: 09 June 2008
From: Mumbai (Mah)
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Gledisan Kanakraj
15 May 2002
Missing: 25 April 2008
From: Mumbai (Mah.)
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Amol Mohan
16 June 1994
Missing: 30 May 2008
From: Trivandrum (Ker)
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: 1 Feb 2008
From: Kumily (Kerala)
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A missing child is counting on us
Our efforts can help reunite a missing child with his parents.

Our group (Kids Missing Alert) now has more than 1,92,000 members/subscribers. We request each one to print just ONE poster, imagine the reach and the increased chances of finding missing children - the pictures of missing children would be viewed by more than 190 million. Please paste/pin the poster (A/4 size) on the notice board of your office/school/college or in a public place - cinema hall, bus stop,  shopping mall etc. A printout will cost you less than Rs.2/- and take less than 5 minutes of your time; but for the parents of the missing children and for the missing children it can, perhaps, be priceless.

You can make an impact in protecting India's most precious resources - our children and offer hope to families who know that the search will not end till their child is found. Without your help and support we will not be able to find the missing children. It is impossible for any one person, organization or government to search for the missing children on their own. All of us have to join together and help in the search for missing children. We really need your help in finding these children, to put smiles back on their faces. Let us make a beginning and let us convey to the families of the missing children that never again this crisis will be endured alone. We care and it’s our united efforts that will make the difference. No one suffering the misfortune of a missing child should ever feel and be left to cope alone.

A missing child is counting on us. There are many ways in which you can help. One of the easiest one is by just keeping a watchful eye at the children you see. Your own powers of observation may be the greatest asset. Some of the most memorable and successful locations of missing persons have come through individuals who have recognized the face of a new neighbour.

Our aim is to disseminate as many pictures of the missing children as possible. More are the pictures distributed; more are the chances of finding these children. 

Community involvement is vital for the ultimate success. Please invite your friends/colleagues to become a part of this meaningful and fast growing community. We are already 1,92,000 plus. A sample invitation letter can be found at
http://www.missingindiankids.com/KidsMissingAlert/invite.htm .

These children have been missing for a very long time.
Please take a good long look at them. You might have seen them somewhere.
Nishanta Das Kalpit Chandwar Vishal Talreja Dharam Raj Gohil Samiksha Gupta Mohil
Giandeep Singh








Krishnakant Tripathi John
Rashmika Chumber 
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Photo Rotating Java Banner .

National Centre For Missing Children (Regn. No. 734 dated 19/3/2001)
(A national level, non-religious, non-political, non-profit making, non-governmental organization)
502 Chetak Centre, 12/2 RNT Marg, Indore-452001 (MP) India. Ph: (91 731) 2519279

Missing Children Reporting Form

Found Children Reporting Form

Police, Parents/Guardians looking for missing children can download the form and send it to us with complete details.

Download reporting form for a child who has been found and is in custody/orphanage and is looking for his/her parents.

Website statistics of wwww.missingindiankids.com

Analysed requests from Sun-01-Jun-2008 00:01 to Mon-30-Jun-2008 04:21 (29.18 days).

General Summary
Successful requests: 6,68,058
Average successful requests per day: 22,893
Successful requests for pages: 57,708
Failed requests: 8,345
Distinct hosts served: 39,780
Data transferred: 2.685 gigabytes

Our assurance - You'll not get more than 4 messages (normally 2) in a month of Kids Missing Alert.

Request - Unless absolutely necessary please do not unsubscribe from this group. A missing child is counting on us. Our efforts can help reunite a missing child with his/her parents. To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to kidsmissing@gmail.com and in the subject please write 'Unsubscribe Kids Missing Alert'. If you would like to add a different email ID then please add it at - http://www.missingindiankids.com/KidsMissingAlert/subscribe.htm. Thank you in advance for your time and help.