Tuesday, 18 October 2016

October 17 (Health & Edu)

Education

Jaipur

1. The Times of India
Mandawas school dedicated to Rajouri martyr. It is being named after soldier Mastan Khan who laid down his life while fighting terrorists in 2009.

Rajasthan

2. The Times of India(Ajmer)
Teacher shortage: Villagers support student boycott. Students demanding appointment of teachers in government school in Hasiyawas village.

Health

Rajasthan

1. Dainik Bhaskar(Jodhpur)
135 new patients, including 37 children, detected with dengue fever in Ummed Hospital. Figures for October crosses 800.

2. Dainik Bhaskar(Udaipur)
Students of IIM launch “Prayatna” campaign for deaddiction of children involved in tobacco consumption.

3. Rajasthan Patrika(Bundi)
“Third Eye” to keep a watch on quality of midday meals in schools. District Food Safety Officers to get samples from schools every month.

October 17 (Child Right)

Rajasthan


1. Dainik Bhaskar(Adivali)
Case registered for abducting a minor girl who was misled to elope with a youth.

2. Rajasthan Patrika(Baran)
Woman begging on roads of the city for treatment of her son suffering from anaemia. She begs pushing wheelchair of her son and holding younger son in her arms.

3. The Times of India(Ajmer)
Rajasthan school textbooks to have a lesson on the 1975 emergency. Syllabus being revised by State government.


October 17 (Women's Right)

Jaipur

1. Daily News / Dainik Navjyoti
Woman sexually assaulted on the pretext of marriage. Woman lodges complaint against a man, saying he is refusing to marry her.

2. Daily News
Man who had kidnapped three young women arrested again. Police were searching for two months, as he also faces charges of attempt to rape.

3. Daily News
Girl student molested and thrashed. Accused also threatened to kidnap her. Girl lodges complaint in Chandwaji police station.

4. Danik Navjyoti
Man arrested again on charges of trying to sexually assault a girl. He was earlier arrested for abducting a girl in his car.

5. Rajasthan Patrika
Even after five months, women's security app of Rajasthan Women's Commission still on trial.