Tuesday, 25 October 2016

October 24 (Child Rights)


1. Dainik Bhaskar(Jodhpur)
Youth arrested in Rajiv Gandhi Nagar area for sexually assaulting minor girl for two years on the pretext of marriage.


2. Dainik Bhaskar(Bhilai)
Girl found in trash to be medically treated in the U.S., as a couple from California make online application to adopt her.

October 24 (Women's Rights)


1. Hindustan Times(Ajmer)
After his wife was harassed, soldier had to launch a staunch fight to get a case registered against the accused persons.

2. Hindustan Times(Kota)
Uniform Civil Code seeks to target Muslims, not usher in any reforms, says a signature campaign of All India Muslim Personal Law Board.

3. The Times of India(Churu)
34-year-old Dalit woman raped by a man who entered her house to get her signatures on documents in Hanatpura village.

4. The Times of India / Dainik Bhaskar / Rajasthan Patrika(Udaipur)
Woman raped in daylight near police chowk in Mavli village during a fair. Accused arrested.


5. DNA(Hyderabad)
Woman tweets to cops about harassment by cab driver. Tweet sent to Telangana DGP and the woman later thanked the cops.

6. DNA(New Delhi)
Updated human trafficking draft Bill widens avenues. It makes new definitions of trafficking and rehabilitation.

October 24 (Health & Education)


1. DNA
Rajasthan government proposes hike in rural allowance to ensure stability of teachers and encourage them to work in distant locations.

2. Daily News / Dainik Bhaskar / Rajasthan Patrika
Brilliant students felicitated by Gaur Brahmin Mahasabha. Scholarship also distributed in the function with a call to students to adopt honesty as a policy.

3. Daily News / Rajasthan Patrika
Clerical grade examination of RPSC: Even half of the candidates did not reach to appear in exam.

4. The Times of India
Schools caught in no man's land over assessment test, as most Rajasthan Secondary Education Board schools yet to get syllabus.


5. Rajasthan Patrika(Jodhpur)
Students test their own talent in talent search examination organized by Akash Institute at three exam centers.


6. DNA(Mumbai)
City-based book club willing to donate 5,000 books. Book exchange club on its way out due to lack of readeship.

7. Dainik Bhaskar(Palamu)
After strike by teachers, teaching did not stop in schools in Baghmanwa panchayat, as 28 youths offered to teach 1,300 school children.