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In 2010, a teenage girl who assaulted a teacher was sentenced to 80 lashes.
Teenage boys and girls are forbidden to meet – transgressors can be caned but usually get a verbal reprimand.
The same goes for universities – there’s no Oxbridge elite.
The internet permeates almost every aspect of childhood – even Lewis’s Trashies have their own online games.
“They just come and leave without answering any questions,” says Bharat Mandal, 15.
Unlike Nishu, middle-class children are rarely seen on the streets, and then only accompanied by their ayah (nanny), who is always included in the price of a family ticket at Indian museums.
In Riyadh, 18-year-old Sara explains the complexities of getting to know the opposite sex: “With the phone, everyone can agree that is forbidden, because Islam forbids a stranger to hear your voice.
Online, he only sees your writing, so that’s more open to interpretation.” India Life expectancy at birth: 65 Percentage of five to 14-year-olds engaged in child labour: 12 Popular street game: Kite fighting – players paste their line with glue and finely powdered glass to try to cut the string holding their rival’s kite Obesity: Five out of 10 children in high-income families are obese Monthly pocket money: 280 rupees (£2.80) for (middle-class) seven to14-year-olds, a rise of 200 per cent over the past decade On a patch of waste ground under one of New Delhi’s busiest railway bridges, Nishu, five, a vegetable seller’s daughter, joins 50 children aged four to 15.
British children, posting “selfies” on Facebook, and “sexting”, using acronyms like YOLO (you only live once), seem to be living in a virtual world that’s baffling and alarming their parents.