Street kid reporters document perils of life in Delhi's slums
A teenage reporter in New Delhi makes a call to the police to stop a child wedding. She's used to dealing with the darker side of life in India's slums. At 14, she has become a crime reporter to try to improve life for street children. Many street children sell items at roadside stands or beg while trying to survive the dangers of the streets. At the age of ten, Chandni was a domestic helper cleaning homes with her mother. Find out how Chandni, Subhash, and Govind are trying to make a difference and get an education.