Monday, 17 October 2016

October 16 (Health & Edu.)

1. Rajasthan Patrika(Child health)
Midday meals for children in Anganwadi centres to be changed; raw food material to be supplied now.



2. Rajasthan Patrika(Udaipur)
District Invigilator and District Education Office inspect schools and recommend steps to improve intelligence level of weak students.

3. Rajasthan Patrika(Gingla)
Primary school of Akera: Children get new building; no more issue of space

4. Rajasthan Patrika(Kota)
Private B.Ed. Colleges not giving NOC for training of students in their home district despite orders issued by State government.

5. Rajasthan Patrika(Bikaner)
Children forced to study in a ramshackle school building in Kharda village. Children have to study in the open due to lack of space.

October 16 (Sanitation)


1. Daily News
Girl students of a school and a college in Shastri Nagar clean the campus and the residential colony situated nearby.


2. Rajasthan Patrika(Bikaner)
Girl students take out rally for clean environment. People being mobilised after spread of awareness

3. Daily News(Kotputli)
As part of cleanliness drive, court area cleaned and a rally taken out by children.

October 16 (Child Right)


1. Rajasthan Patrika
400 mentally challenged children to show their talent in athletics. First national championship for them being organised in Jaipur.

2. The Times of India
One window for all schemes for girls. Minister Kiran Maheshwari launched the new system in Nagaur


3. Rajasthan Patrika(Kota)
Four girls engaged in begging rescued by Anti-Human Trafficking Unit.

4. Rajasthan Patrika(Nainwa)
Teacher accused of beating and persecuting student in private school in Nainwa.


5. The Times of India (Punjab)
Every child knows his ragas in this village. Each child  has been taught classical music.

October 16 (Women's Right)


1. Daily News
Husband arrested on charges of dowry death of his wife. Warrants issued by Sessions Court in a seven-year-old case.


2. Dainik Bhaskar(Pipad Shahar)
Human trafficking exposed: Married woman brought for sale rescued from an agent. She was kidnapped from Ajmer and confined in Pipad Shahar for four days.

3. Daily News(Jalore)
Sex determination tests: Doctors always told pregnant women that they have female foetus.


4. Rajasthan Patrika(Mumbai)
Former Mayor Shubha Raul, who is also a doctor, played a crucial role in changing laws relating to women and children.

5. Rajasthan Patrika(New Delhi)
80 per cent of the divorced persons in Muslim community are women, according to analysis of the 2011 Census figures.