Thursday, 3 November 2016

November 2 (Health & Education)


1. Daily News
Education Department launches android app to enable teachers and other employees to update Shala Darpan website from their smart phones.


2. Daily News (Kotputli)
Free coaching started for girl students by Grasim Janseva Trust with emphasis on education for the girl child.


3. Hindustan Times (New Delhi)
Students may not get to watch government's educational TV channels as DTH service providers ask for money.

4. The Times of India (New Delhi)
Niti Ayog making new educational quality index to rank states.

5. The Times of India (Nagpur)
CBSE asks affiliated schools to limit teachers' duty to classroom and appoint separate staff for bus route supervision and other works.

November 2 (Women's Rights)


1. Dainik Bhaskar
Highest number of gangrapes in Jaipur after Delhi, as per NCRB figures. Kota emerges as centre for smuggling of weapons.

2. Rajasthan Patrika
Estimated age of women in Rajasthan is less than that in other states, according to SRS Life Based Table 2010-14


3. Hindustan Times (Bharatpur)
Woman thrown out of her house with dowry demand and for giving birth to girl.

4. Dainik Bhaskar (Balotra)
Four persons call widow to home and try to rape her. On her resistance, they killed her by firing at her.

5. Dainik Bhaskar (Jodhpur)
Woman accuses husband of throwing her out of home. She finds the house locked when she returned after a year-and-a-half.

6. Dainik Bhaskar (Udaipur)
Family planning: Only tubectomy of women given priority, no awareness about other options.


7. Hindustan Times (Guwahati)
Two women branded as witches and buried alive in Assam over presence of insects in a village well.

8. The Times of India (Mumbai)
Woman on house-hunt raped by eight men. Seven of the accused persons arrested.

November 2 (Child Rights)


1. Daily News
Children at Anganwadi centres start getting pre-school education along with health, nutrition and other services.

2. Dainik Navjyoti
Children of Kamlesh Nishchal Memorial School and Help Care Society meet PCC president Sachin Pilot on Diwali.


3. Dainik Navjyoti (Chaksu)
Children celebrate Diwali with poor children distribute sweets and crackers among them.

4. Rajasthan Patrika (Kota)
Two-day-old infant left at cradle in Rampura District Hospital.