Saturday, 15 October 2016
Jaipur (Child health)
1. Daily News
School children take out a rally in Ramniwas Garden giving message of eye donation on World Sight Day.
2. Daily News
Rajasthan government to install sanitary napkin dispensers and incinerators in government schools.
3. Rajasthan Patrika
Four children die of dengue in 20 days. No control on spread of diseases in the city.
1. Daily News
Private schools may not get reimbursement under Right to Education Act from government if they show negligence in updating records.
2. Dainik Bhaskar(Kota)
Education Secretary Naresh Pal Gangwar asks District Education Officers to install mirrors and green boards in all government schools.
3. Rajasthan Patrika(Bikaner)
Government to take action against those writing slogans on walls of government schools. Ban also imposed on affixing posters and pamphlets.
4. Rajasthan Patrika(Udaipur)
Director of Secondary Education pulls up teachers for fall in school results. Inspection of schools undertaken.
1. The Times of India(New Delhi)
Jailed juvenile freed by Delhi High Court after nine years. Court says rights of minors are non-negotiable.
2. Dainik Bhaskar(Washington)
Hunger Index Report reveals that 39 per cent children in India are suffering from malnutrition.
80-year-old tribal accuses cops of custodial torture in Banswara district.
2. The Times of India
Drunken man kills wife in a fit of range in Bhilwara district. Minor spat over a trivial issue took an ugly turn.
3. Daily News
Young woman in Moti Dungari area accuses a man of sexually assaulting her on the pretext of marrying her.
4. Dainik Navjyoti
Rashtriya Amrita Haat to conclude in Jawahar Kala Kendra with a call for economic empowerment of women.
5. Rajasthan Patrika
Police says there will be no compromise with women's safety. Directions issues to bars, hotels, night clubs and restaurants.
6. Rajasthan Patrika
Officers assure of speeding up implementation of various schemes of Union and State governments at a programme under Patrika Media Action Group.
7. Rajasthan Patrika
Why should mother have no right on foetus in her womb and abortion? How far legal bindings should be mandatory in such cases.
8. Dainik Bhaskar(Pratapgarh)
14-year-old girl, who is student of X class, gangraped in Pipalkhoont area of Pratapgarh district.
9. The Times of India(Ajmer)
Marital conflicts, harassment rising in Ajmer's rural areas. Wives have accused husbands in some cases of attempt to murder.
10. Rajasthan Patrika(Chohtan)
Married woman sleeping in her house raped by a youth.
11. Rajasthan Patrika(Udaipur)
A women lodges complaint of rape against two persons. The accused are known to the woman
12. Hindustan Times(New Delhi)
How a good law badly failed teen rape victim. Shortcomings in Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act.