Tuesday, 15 November 2016

November 14 (Women's Right)

1. Dainik Bhaskar (Kota)
Free medical care camp for women organized by Rajput activists. It benefited 150 women, who received consultation and free tests.

November 14 (Education)

1. Hindustan Times
Wall painting contest organized at tribal residential schools in Pratapgarh to mark Children's Day.

2. Hindustan Times
Vedic education, organic living in no degrees. Traditional school at Sabarmati in Ahmedabad imparting unique education.

3. The Times of India
School in Itala village is a shame for education, as it has no building and infrastructure and runs from shack and thatched roof.

4. Dainik Bhaskar(Kota)
Daughtes should get equal respect as that given to sons, says Ramganj Mandi MLA Chandrakanta Meghwal.

November 14 (Child Right)

1. DNA
Man rapes daughter for four years in Churu. After the girl's mother approached the police, the man is being searched.

2. DNA
Friendly drop box installed in schools in Karauli to enable girl students to narrate their problems with the assurance to keep their identity secret.

3. Rajasthan Patrika / Dainik Bhaskar
Painting of 11-year-old girl from Pune is google doodle for Children's Day

4. The Times of India
New sexual assault case reported from ashram school in Buldhana after the revelation of sexual assaults on girls.

5. The Times of India
The struggle for childhood: Article by Kailash Satyarthi says that protecting and educating every child is the greatest moral struggle.

6. The Times of India
44 % disabled students not going to educational institutions, which is more than the national average of 39 %.

7. Rajasthan Patrika
15 children rescued from a human trafficker at Chandauli in Uttar Pradesh. A trafficker from Assam was taking them to Jaipur.

Monday, 14 November 2016

November 13 (Education)

1. DNA
“Between the Lines”: Article discusses attempts of parents and teachers to promote book reading among children.

2. Hindustan Times
Talent not ballot decides fate of SMS Students' Union polls in Jaipur. Conventional voting methods abandoned.

3. Daily News (Ajmer)
Rajasthan Public Service Commission to adopt one-time verification of documents system for candidates applying for competitive examinations.

4. Daily News (Bilochi)
Free school uniforms distributed to poor students in Government Higher Secondary School.

5. Dainik Bhaskar (Udaipur)
Tension-free education to be imparted to students in smart schools from first to fifth classes.

6. Rajasthan Patrika (Kota)
Half of the 78 private schools to be checked under RTE Act still left. Their owners are a harassed lot.

7. Rajasthan Patrika (Kota)
Children's fairs organized in government schools to mark Children's Day. Children put up stalls of eatable items.

November 13 (Women's Right)

1. Hindustan Times
Woman beaten to death for dowry by husband and in-laws in Nawada (Bihar).

2. The Times of India
Bail granted by Bombay High Court to youth accused of repeatedly raping a minor girl. Court cited his age for giving him bail.

3. Daily News /Rajasthan Patrika (Ajmer)
National convention of Jamiat Ulema-i-Hind calls for social boycott of persons misusing triple Talaq.

4. Rajasthan Patrika (Karauli)
Woman lodges complaint of gang-rape against a dozen persons, including a political leader. FIR registered.

5. Dainik Bhaskar (Jodhpur)
Divisional Commissioner calls for joint efforts to reduce maternal and child mortality rates.

6. Dainik Bhaskar (Jodhpur)
Man tries to rape married women after entering her house. Relatives catch him with illegal arms.

7. Rajasthan Patrika (Kota)
Miss India Universe Urvashi Rautela attends fashion competition as a judge. She says girls can achieve anything.

November 13 (Child Right)

1. DNA
Laureates and leaders to visit Delhi in December for child rights initiatives. They will raise collective voice against violence / discrimination against children.

2. Daily News / Dainik Bhaskar
Minor working as housekeeper in school caught on charges of molesting a girl student of LKG class.

3. Daily News
“Indelible imprints of small foots”: Article discusses achievements of child talents in different fields in Jaipur.

4. Dainik Bhaskar
Left by parents at railway track and dargah in Panchkula, girls selected at baby show while being raised in orphanage.

5. Dainik Navjyoti
Thousands of girls from weaker sections enjoy at Children's Day celebration, Laadli Parva, in Jaipur.

6. Hindustan Times
Sans birth certificates, children raised in orphanages and shelter homes denied admission to schools.

7. Rajasthan Patrika / The Times of India
Juvenile delinquets who fled from correction home in Jaipur had used rods of railing to break the wall. Four kids caught.

8. Dainik Bhaskar (Jodhhpur)
Vaccination of children and god bharai of pregnant women performed at temple instead of Anganwadi Centre.

Sunday, 13 November 2016

November 12 (Education)

1. Dainik Bhaskar
Anvita from Pune becomes winner of Doodle for Google competition. The 11-year-old is a student of VI class.

2. Daily News(Renwal Manji)
Competitions mark Education Day at Shakti Vidya Mandir School.

3. Rajasthan Patrika(Jodhpur)
Children celebrate Children's Day and Guru Nanak Jayanti on Ankur Play School premises.

November 12 (Women's Right)

1. Dainik Bhaskar(Udaipur)
Muslim community takes out silent procession in support of triple Talaq practice. March started from Anjuman Chowk and reached Collectorate.

2. Hindustan Times(Kota)
Baran government teacher booked for raping class IX student. He threatened to rape 16-year-old victim and raped her twice.

3. Dainik Bhaskar(Jodhpur)
Country will develop through ban on female foeticide and killings of cows, says Umashankar Maharaj.

November 12 (Child Right)

1. Daily News / Hindustan Times / The Times of India
Four-year-old girl student of LKG molested in a private school at Pratap Nagar in Jaipur. Family members create a ruckus. Police examining CCTV footage.

2. The Times of India
17 juveniles flee from government care home in Jaipur again. They escaped after breaking the wall of correction home.

3. Rajasthan Patrika
Little Heart organization gives slippers to homeless children for wearing. Startup institution started in Delhi.

4. Dainik Bhaskar / Rajasthan Patrika(Nathdwara)
Man tries to rape 14-year-old step-daughter. As accused fled, girls mother lodged complaint with police.

5. Dainik Bhaskar(Bharatpur)
Juveniles at correction home are not criminals, circumstances make them so, says Child Rights Protection Commission Chairperson.

6. Rajasthan Patrika(Kota)
Rajasthan Elementary Education Council Chairman gives instructions for improving activities of residential hostels.

Saturday, 12 November 2016

November 11 (Women's Rights)

Jaipur

1. Hindustan Times
Clinics where India's baby girls go missing. Sex determination services being offered now in remote villages.

2. Rajasthan Patrika
Cultural competition of Postal Department. Message for saving daughters given through short play.

3. Rajasthan Patrika
Union government launches app and portal for safe motherhood. Doctors will now reach home after seeing pregnant woman's health.

4. Rajasthan Patrika
SMS Hospital and Women's Hospitals not to issue birth and death certificates. Counters to be removed from November 13.

5. The Times of India
Harassed ex-staffer says Tata be made a better place for women. Resignation letter was sent in November 2015.

Rajasthan 

6. Rajasthan Patrika(Kota)
Scouts-Guides take out a rally against female foeticide and women's empowerment.

7. Rajasthan Patrika(Baran)
Teacher rapes minor student after threatening to fail her in the exam. Teacher removed and asked to wait for new posting orders.

November 11 (Education)

Jaipur

1. Dainik Navjyoti
Museum to be established in Rajasthan University. RU to conserve its syllabus.

2. Dainik Navjyoti
Vice-Chancellor of Rajasthan University inspects girls' hostel situated on the campus and gives instructions for improvement.

Rajasthan 

3. Daily News(Paota)
Girl students lock school while citing lack of a mathematics teacher.

4. Rajasthan Patrika(Banswara)
Thousands of students to appear in examinations without free textbooks. Books not given despite half of session having passed.

5. Dainik Bhaskar(Kota)
Director of Education Directorate gives instructions to District Education Officers to inspect schools twice in a week.

6. Rajasthan Patrika(Kota)
Subject teachers to be appointed shortly against vacant posts, says B.L. Swarankar, Director of Directorate of Secondary Education.

November 11 (Child Right)

Jaipur

1. Daily News
Student hangs himself to death and commits suicide in Amber police station area of Jaipur. No suicide note found.

2. Daily News
“Adolescents and crime”, article authored by Monika Sharma discusses violent behavior of adolescents.

3. Dainik Bhaskar
Molestation of four-year-old girl reported at a private school in Pratap Nagar. Complaint lodged against employees of her school.

4. Hindustan Times
Class VI girl gang-raped by senior students of class X in the washroom of a private school in Hisar.

Rajasthan 

5. Dainik Bhaskar(Udaipur)
Two groups of students clash in school. They were accused of hurling caste-specific abuses.

6. Rajasthan Patrika(Udaipur)
Healthy baby competition to be organised on Children's Day. Organisers will be Paediatrics Department of RNT Medical College and Bharatiya Shishu Academy.

Friday, 11 November 2016

November 10 (Child Right)

Rajasthan 

1. Daily News(Kishangarh Renwal)
Woman throws innocent son into well following her illicit relations with her brother-in-law. Both arrested.

2. Rajasthan Patrika(Kota)
Gujarati Basti's children like studies at Sunday School. Lodge owner gives room free of charges to Pooja Agrawal who teaches children.

3. Rajasthan Patrika(Udaipur)
“Best Child of Mewar” title to be conferred on Children's Day. Children to be selected through competitions.

November 10 (Education)

Jaipur

1. Dainik Navjyoti
B.Ed. trainees to teach for four months in the government schools of their home districts. Decision to solve problem of shortage of teachers.

Rajasthan 

2. Daily News / Rajasthan Patrika(Bikaner)
21,300 students of VIII, X and XIII classes with merit to get laptop computers. Government schools asked to send list of students to Directorate of Education.

3. Daily News(Ratangarh)
Heads of institutions asked to develop schools as model institutions.

4. Dainik Bhaskar(Jodhpur)
Children get to know significance of red colour at Red Day event in Mathura Devi Memorial School

5. Dainik Bhaskar / Rajasthan Patrika(Jodhpur)
Girl students demonstrate for three hours to protest against teacher's vacancy for six months at Yashoda Devi Government Secondary School.

6. Dainik Bhaskar(Bhinmal)
Students and parents lock main gate of Government Higher Secondary School at Kaleti over 12 vacancies of teachers.

7. Dainik Bhaskar(Udaipur)
Work on smart class rooms starts in government schools of Walled City after four months.

November 10 (Women's Right)

Jaipur

1. Daily News
Sexual assault of woman in Kardhani area of Jaipur on the pretext of marriage. Woman lodges complaint with police.

2. Daily News
Supreme Court directs for preparing data base of newborn babies for stopping female foeticide.

3. Rajasthan Patrika
NIMS girl student abducted and molested. She alleges involvement of some students and hostel warden.

4. Rajasthan Patrika
Community marriage to be organized in Sanganer by Srinamdev Cheepa Samaj Seva Samiti.

5. Dainik Bhaskar(Balotra)
Sessions Court awards 10 years' sentence to father-in-law and mother-in-law convicted for dowry death.

Thursday, 10 November 2016

November 9 (Education)

Rajasthan


1. Hindustan Times(Udaipur)
45,000 students sing Vande Mataram on the banks of Fateh Sagar lake, accompanied by Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar.

2. Dainik Bhaskar(Udaipur)
Blackboards become defunct in schools, but no budget for green boards. Search on for philanthropists.

November 9 (Women's Right)

Jaipur

1. DNA
Make respect to women a poll issue, says BJP president Amit Shah at Parivartan Yatra rally in Sonebhadra.

2. DNA
I have rights within Islam, says Saudi Arabian human rights activist Souad al-Shammary.

3. Dainik Navjyoti / The Times of India
Youth accused of raping a classmate girl on the pretext of giving lift in car.

4. Hindustan Times
Fast track legal proceedings will stop female foeticide, says Supreme Court while passing a raft of measures to enforce law.

5. Rajasthan Patrika(Kota)
Man convicted of abducting a minor girl punished with seven years' imprisonment and fine of Rs. 40,000.

November 9 (Child Right)

Jaipur

1. DNA
Jammu & Kashmir High Court pulls up State Government over incidents of schools being targeted.

2. Hindustan Times
Girl students in Buldhana, who are afraid of rape cases, threaten suicide if forced to go back to schools.

Rajasthan 

3. Daily News / Rajasthan Patrika(Banswara)
Children kept as mortgage for labour with a contractor for sheep grazing for Rs. 20,000 each.

4. Daily News / Rajasthan Patrika(Bundi)
Gangrape with adolescent girl. Case registered against two persons.

5. Rajasthan Patrika(Kota)
Kids' Halloween Buzz launched as children are enthusiastic about the event.


Wednesday, 9 November 2016

November 8 (Women's Right)

Jaipur

1. Hindustan Times
Woman commits suicide over harassment by landlord in Hyderabad.

2. The Times of India
Night curfew for girls at Medical College in Pune. They have to be in hostel by 9:30 p.m.

Rajasthan 

3. Daily News (Churu)
Minor rape victim leaves her child in hospital after delivery. Infant handed over to Child Welfare Commmittee.

4. Dainik Bhaskar / Rajasthan Patrika (Jodhpur)
Woman accuses youth of sexually assaulting her for three years on the pretext of marrying her.

5. Rajasthan Patrika (Kota)
11 women from Rajasthan to be honored in Delhi for making significant contribution to Swachh Bharat Mission.

November 8 (Child Right)

Jaipur

1. Dainik Navjyoti
Flexi-fund released by Women and Child Development Department stopped at districts.

2. The Times of India
Missing girl found after 47 days. Private school teacher arrested on charges of abducting her.

Rajasthan

3. The Times of India (Ajmer)
Class X girl abducted, abused and dumped by stalker. Two persons held.

4. Dainik Bhaskar (Kota)
One child went missing on every second day during the last 10 days in Kota city. 55 families still waiting.

5. Dainik Bhaskar (Kota)
Dainik Bhaskar and Career Point devise “Udaan” programme for talented students.

November 8 (Health & Education)

1. Dainik Bhaskar
Teachers to be allowed to take selfie with children in Maharashtra government schools in a bid to increase attendance.

2. Dainik Navjyoti
Private schools required to submit information on children admitted free of cost under Right to Education Act.

3. DNA (Ajmer)
Hi-tech infrastructure to boost education in government schools in Ajmer. 30 short-listed schools will undergo drastic change.

4. Rajasthan Patrika (Udaipur) 
Private schools demand that the board exam in eighth class be made optional.

Health

5. DNA
Putting health first, children to run marathon in Jaipur. Students to participate in event on November 20.

6. Hindustan Times
Rajasthan government to study reasons behind high fertility rate. Exercise forms part of birth control measures.

7. Dainik Bhaskar / Rajasthan Patrika (Udaipur)
Camp organised under National Child Health Programme at Debari. 500 children examined, 70 referred.

Tuesday, 8 November 2016

November 7 (Women's Right)

Jaipur

1. Daily News
Woman accuses youth of blackmailing and raping her after making her indecent clip.

2. Dainik Bhaskar
Muslim woman activist Shaista Ambar says the Personal Law Board is misleading women through its signature campaign on triple Talaq.

3. Rajasthan Patrika / The Times of India / Dainik Bhaskar
Wife's refusal to have sex does not amount to cruelty, says Delhi High Court. Court says this cannot be a ground for divorce.

4. Rajasthan Patrika
Demand raised in Jaipur for establishing Shariah Courts amid raging debate on validity of triple Talaq.

5. The Times of India
Interview of Muslim Rashtiya Manch Mohammad Afzal: Muslim society wants change, as instant triple Talaq is a social disaster.

Rajasthan 

6. Rajasthan Patrika (Kota)
Legal Service Week begins. Students take out rally to generate awareness.

November 7 (Health & Education)

Jaipur

1. Hindustan Times
“Schools are path to peace”, says an article on condition of schools in strife-torn Kashmir.

2. Rajasthan Patrika
Parents of students studying in National Institute of Technology, Srinagar, hold demonstration demanding their shifting to other institutes.

3. Rajasthan Patrika (Kota)
Child scientist felicitated at Swami Vivekanand School. 80 models of scientific experiments displayed.

Health

4. Dainik Navjyoti
Children not vaccinated for five months in Birasna panchayat of Jamwa Ramgarh due to negligence of Block Health Officer.

5. Hindustan Times (Barmer)
Every second delivery in Barmer goes unreported, according to annual survey of 2014-15

November 7 (Child Right)

Jaipur

1. DNA
If parents force us to go back to schools, we will end our lives, say tribal rape victim girls in Buldhana.

2. Dainik Navjyoti
Minor girl commits suicide over molestation in Ghadsana

3. Rajashan Patrika
Social Justice and Empowerment Department's portal for scholarships not yet ready despite lapse of half of academic session.

Rajashan 

4. Rajasthan Patrika (Kota)
Congress Law Department to give free legal counselling to students.

Monday, 7 November 2016

November 6 (Child Right)

Jaipur

1. Dainik Bhaskar
Storage tanks to be constructed in schools with paucity of water under Chief Minister's Jal Swawalamban Abhinay.

2. The Times of India
Teenage girl raped by boyfriend and six others in Delhi.

3. The Times of India
Another Buldhana girl was sexually abused. She also lodges her complaint.

4. The Times of India
Dalit girl sodomised and killed in Pilibhit.

5. The Times of India
Denial of breast milk: Child's father held in Kozhikode. He was under the influence of a spiritual leader.

Rajasthan 

6. Rajasthan Patrika (Kota)
Condition of minimum age of six years for children's admission removed from government schools. New rule to be applicable from next academic session.

November 6 (Health & Education)

Jaipur

1. Daily News
Protest against transfer of principal continues for third day at Harmada in Jaipur. Students forcibly close markets.

2. Dainik Navjyoti / Hindustan Times
Workshop on educational research: Research and change necessary for development of education.

3. Hindustan Times
Suggestions pour in for education policy overhaul.

4. Rajasthan Patrika
Negligence in applications for examination of eighth class. Technical problem in submitting applications.

Rajasthan

5. Daily News(Madhorajpura)
Students protest against transfer of principal of Government Higher Secondary School at Didawata for third consecutive day.

6. Daily News (Kotputli)
Students of Government L.B.S. College run for national unity.

Health

7. Dainik Bhaskar (Udaipur)
Death of two children due to seasonal disease: Medical team reaches home, house-to-house survey undertaken.

November 6 (Women's Right)

Jaipur

1. Daily News / Dainik Navjyoti
Woman accuses man of sexually assaulting her on the pretext of giving her a job in Jaipur.

2. Daily News
Woman working as porter at Jaipur railway station. She says she faces no difficulty in her work.

3. Hindustan Times / Dainik Bhaskar
Buldhana rape: School closed, four more held.

4. The Times of India
Three persons sent to judicial custody in foetus sex determination case.

Rajasthan

5. DNA / Dainik Bhaskar (Jhunjhunu)
Sex test gang busted in Jhunjhunu, three held. Test conducted in a dental hospital by a retired Army compounder and his wife.

6. Rajasthan Patrika (Nainwa)
Woman falls ill after tubectomy operation. Operation was conducted at a camp at CHC on Saturday.


Sunday, 6 November 2016

November 5 (Women's Rights)

Jaipur

1. Dainik Navjyoti
Women labourers inaugurate Saras National Craft Fair in Jaipur.

2. Dainik Navjyoti
“How long will a mother continue to kill her daughter”, article discusses the consequences of female foeticide.

3. Rajasthan Patrika
Mother-in-law gifts car to daughter-in-law on the birth of girl child at Hamirpur in Utttar Pradesh.

4. Rajasthan Patrika
Muslim Mahasabha launches campaign to send post cards to the President on triple Talaq issue.

Rajasthan

5. DNA / Hindustan Times / Dainik Bhaskar (Ajmer)
Woman burnt and chopped, then disposed on Diwali. Body parts found at different locations in Alwar. Husband arrested.

6. Dainik Navjyoti (Bikaner)
Muslim community holds demonstration on the issue of triple Talaq and opposes interference in Muslim personal law.

7. Dainik Bhaskar (Jodhpur)
Married woman accuses bus conductor of raping her in the moving bus between Jodhpur and Pratapgarh.

8. Dainik Bhaskar / Rajasthan Patrika (Kota)
Two persons accused of gangrape arrested and sent to jail.

9. Rajasthan Patrika (Udaipur)
Dowry harassment: Bail application of husband rejected for the second time.

10. Rajasthan Patrika (Kota)
“Bahna Dooj” programme concludes, women honoured for empowerment work.

November 5 (Child Rights)

Jaipur

1. DNA
Five-year-old girl sexually assaulted by women teachers in a school in Patna.

2. Daily News / Hindustan Times
Rape of 12 tribal girls at an Ashram school in Buldhana in Maharashtra, three pregnant, 11 persons arrested.

3. The Times of India
Maharashtra Tribal Minister puts foot in mouth again, says rapes do occur in the context of Buldhana rape incident.

Rajasthan

4. The Times of India (Alwar)
One-month-old girl found abandoned near bushes behind a hospital.

5. Dainik Bhaskar (Jodhpur)
Social Justice and Empowerment Department invites applications from differently abled people for scholarships.


November 5 (Health & Education)

Education

1. DNA
Schools, parents and the business of education.

2. DNA
CBSE instructs schools to observe National Education Day to commemorate birth anniversary of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad.

3. Daily News
Students hold demonstration at village panchayat in Harmada in Jaipur district to protest against transfer of Principal of Government Senior Secondary School.

4. Dainik Navjyoti
Education Department to open book and clothes bank in all schools. Instructions issues to all heads of schools.

5. The Times of India
Students left in lurch as private schools in Jaipur shun bus service.

Rajasthan

6. Dainik Bhaskar (Udaipur)
Students lock Government Higher Secondary School at Thur and stage demonstration against shortage of teachers.

7. Rajasthan Patrika (Ajmer)
CBSE gives instructions for keeping trained staff in school buses and canteens for ensuring security of students.

Saturday, 5 November 2016

November 4 (Health & Edu.)

Jaipur

1. Daily News
Students protest against transfer of school's principal in Harmada area of Jaipur, lock the school and do not allow teachers to enter inside.

2. Daily News
Project Utkarsh to be implemented in all government schools of Rajasthan. It is at present benefiting 11,000 students in six districts.

3. Daily News
B.Ed. and STC students to teach in government schools because of shortage of teachers.

4. Rajasthan Patrika
CBSE gives ultimatum to private schools to inform by November 30 about fees charged from students and the facilities given to them.

Rajasthan 

5. Rajasthan Patrika (Dholpur)
Board examination for V class: Compulsory in government schools and optional in private schools. New experiments creating confusion.

November 4 (Women's Right)

Jaipur

1. Daily News
Gangrape victim in Thiruvananthampur narrates her ordeal and says that policemen asked her which of the rapists gave her the maximum pleasure.

2. Dainik Bhaskar
Inter-caste community marriages from today, 60 couples to tie the knot.

3. Hindustan Times
Suspecting infidelity, man stabs his pregnant wife over 50 times in Indore, arrested by police.

4. Hindustan Times
“There is a revenge-seeking fiend in all of us”, article discusses the impact of Nirbhaya rape case.

5. Rajasthan Patrika
Urban couples donating their marriage suits, which they wear only once or twice, to poor families in rural areas.

6. The Times of India
22-year-old woman from Delhi allegedly raped by a friend and hotel staff in Jaipur. Police record statement of rape survivor.

7. The Times of India
“Triple Talaq travesty: Why a Uniform Civil Code could be advantageous to Muslims”, article discusses about the ongoing controversy.

Rajasthan

8. Dainik Bhaskar / Rajasthan Patrika (Alwar)
Killer throws away severed organs of a woman on city roads for the fifth day in a row. Police suspect a youth.

9. Hindustan Times (Jodhpur)
Reconciliation bid launched after man divorces wife through triple Talaq. Rajasthan Women's Commission intervenes.

10. Dainik Bhaskar (Kota)
Restriction for Anganwadi workers and assistants in refresher training: If they bring a child of above six months with them, they will have to shell out Rs. 20.

11. Dainik Bhaskar (Kota)
Half of the CCTV cameras installed in roadways buses for women's safety are out of order.

12. Dainik Bhaskar (Kota)
Women celebrate “Bahna Dooj”, show their strength in a conference of single women.

November 4 (Child Right)

Jaipur

1. DNA
12 minor tribal girls in a boarding school in Mumbai allegedly raped by their teachers and headmasters. Some of them are pregnant.

2. Rajasthan Patrika
35 per cent children in Rajasthan still out of the reach of complete immunization. Nine districts are in high priority area and 15 in medium priority area.

Rajasthan


3. Hindustan Times (Nagaur)
Teenage Dalit girl abducted and raped in Nagaur district. She was abandoned in a severely injured state in a field.

4. Dainik Bhaskar (Udaipur)
Parliamentary Committee of Union Ministry of Social Justice reviews ongoing schemes and asks for monitoring of education for tribal students.

Friday, 4 November 2016

November 3 (Sanitation)

Jaipur

1. Dainik Bhaskar

Squalor found in Mahila Chikitsalaya and Respiratory Diseases Centre. Dirtiness found during inspection by SMS Medical College Principal.

Rajasthan

2. Dainik Bhaskar (Jodhpur)
All houses in Narwan village to be painted in identical colour under a pilot project after construction of toilets at home.

November 3 (Health & Education)

Health

1. Dainik Bhaskar (New Delhi)
Highest number of breast and cervical cancer found in India and China, says a Lancet study.

Education

2. Dainik Navjyoti
Education Department developing a system for sending messages on registered mobile numbers if students remain absent from schools.

3. DNA (New Delhi)
No detention policy for students to be decided by states after finding out their learning outcomes till further amendments in RTE Act.

4. Hindustan Times (Indore)
Education Department directs model schools to install CCTVs to provide security to students.

November 3 (Child Right)

Jaipur

1. Rajasthan Patrika(Jodhpur)
Seven lakh newborn babies die every year, says a UNICEF report. India accounts for 26 per cent of these deaths.

2. Rajasthan Patrika (Kota)
Rape with minor girl. Victim's father alleges that police was exerting pressure on him to withdraw complaint.

National


3. Dainik Bhaskar (Srinagar)
Our schools were burnt in violence, but no one can stop us from studying, say children in Kashmir.

4. Dainik Bhaskar (New Delhi)
One child marriage each in seven seconds takes place in India, says a report of “Save the Children”.


November 3 (Women's Right)

Jaipur

1. Daily News
Gangrape of woman by half-a-dozen youths in a hotel. Medical report proves charge, police probing the case.

2. Hindustan Times
Over 5,000 women get pregnant for sixth time hoping for a boy, says a study of NGO Shikshit Rozgar Kendra Prabandhak Samiti.

3. DNA / The Times of India (Jodhpur)
Jodhpur man divorces his wife on the doorstep and refuses to let her in after uttering Talaq thrice.

4. Hindustan Times / The Times of India (Barmer)
Dalit woman killed after an attempt by four members of a family to rape her failed.

5. Dainik Bhaskar (Kuchaman City)
14-year-old adolescent girl going to agricultural fields raped by a youth who took her on his motorcycle in Padampura village.

6. Dainik Bhaskar (Udaipur)
Muslim Mahasabha takes out silent march in support of triple Talaq and says it won't tolerate any interference in Shariah law.

7. Dainik Bhaskar (Jodhpur)
550 tubectomy and vasectomy operations fail in Rajasthan, loss of Rs. 1.50 crores to State Government.

National

8. DNA (New Delhi)
2.55 crore girls lost to female foeticide in two decades, 13 lakh killed every year, says a report of Asian Centre for Human Rights.

9. Dainik Navjyoti (New Delhi)
Bharatiya Mahila Federation asks why triple Talaq is not banned in India while it is banned in 22 countries.

10. Hindustan Times (Indore)
Man from Bihar on a countrywide cycle journey to spread message of gender freedom reaches Indore.

11. The Times of India (New Delhi)
Thirty years after Shah Bano judgment, Islamic feminists fight back with the demand for their rights, says an article.

Thursday, 3 November 2016

November 2 (Health & Education)

Jaipur

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

Rajasthan 

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

National

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)

Jaipur

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

Rajasthan 

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.

National

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)

Jaipur

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.

Rajasthan


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.

Tuesday, 1 November 2016

October 30 (Women's rights)

Rajasthan


1. Hindustan Times (Bhilwara)
Beating years of political exclusion, women don decision-making hat and hold key administrative posts in village panchayats

2. Rajasthan Patrika (Jodhpur)
Woman who went out of home for purchasing vegetables molested in broad daylight. Police ignore the complaint.

National


3. Rajasthan Patrika (Pune)
Girls learning wrestling in the Akhara of Dinesh with the target of competing in the 2020 and 2024 Olympic Games.

October 30 (Child rights)

Jaipur


1. Dainik Navjyoti
Children start getting pre-primary education in Anganwadi centres along with health and nutrition services.

2. Rajasthan Patrika
Rajasthan PCPNDT Cell's strict action generates hopes that the girl child will be saved in neighbouring states as well.

Rajasthan 


3. Daily News(Kuchaman City)
Lions Club members celebrated Diwali with school children and poor people and distribute blankets, sweets and textooks.

4. Dainik Bhaskar / Rajasthan Patrika(Kota)
Several organizations go to localities or poor people and orphanages to distribute gifts on Diwali to children and their families.

National


5. Hindustan Times(Srinagar)
Children become moot point in Kashmir valley politics, with the kin of victims of violence feeling that justice is elusive.

6. Hindustan Times(Kochi)
Teacher held for sexually abusing teenage boy. 56-year-old teacher arrested.

7. The Times of India(New Delhi)
In two months, child abuse e-box of National Commission for Protection of Child Rights gets 68 complaints.


October 30 (Sanitation)

Jaipur


1. Dainik Bhaskar
Funds for construction of toilets being transferred to village panchayat accounts instead of payment to beneficiaries. This is likely to defeat the purpose of Swachh Bharat Mission.

October 30 (Health & Education)

Jaipur


1. Dainik Bhaskar
Rajasthan Secondary Education Council to open girls' hostels in Swami Vivekanand Model Schools in a bid to improve students' enrolment.

2. Hindustan Times
Rajasthan Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan sends proposal for developing 74 schools in tribal districts.

Rajasthan


3. Dainik Bhaskar(Udaipur)
Students are a harassed lot because of non-linking of their bank accounts for scholarships with Aadhar cards. Last date for online application is October 31.

4. Rajasthan Patrika(Jodhpur)
New research chair for environmental research, named after Gurj Jambheshwar, to be opened in Jainarain Vyas University.