Wednesday, 26 October 2016

October 25 (Child Rights)


1. Rajasthan Patrika(Kota)
Woman arrested for giving her minor daughter to men for sexual abuse for two years.

October 25 (Women's Rights)


1. DNA
Women need to come out to the city's public spaces to demand security.

2. Daily News / Dainik Navjyoti
Women educated up to VIII class can be appointed as accredited social health workers, according to new orders of Women and Child Development Department.

3. Dainik Navjyoti / The Times of India
Muslim women come out in support of triple Talaq, hold it valid and criticize government for making a move to abolish it.

4. The Times of India
To curb child marriages, college education should be a must for girls. UN representative makes strong case for higher studies.


5. Dainik Bhaskar(Kota)
Senior paediatrician Dr. Ashok Sharda to represent Rajasthan in Indian Academy of Paediatricts.

6. Dainik Bhaskar(Udaipur)
1,400 women to get free training in computer operations at 71 IT Gyan Kendras in Udaipur district.

7. Rajasthan Patrika(Udaipur)
Dehat Mahila Congress accuses State Government of failure in protecting women, as they are feeling unsafe.

8. Daily News(Ajmer)
Rajasthan High Court expresses concern over misuse of Section 498-A (dowry demand) of IPC. Calls for amendment to law.


9. Hindustan Times / The Times of India(Kanpur)
Triple Talaq is unjust, can't allow it to ruin women's lives, says Prime Minister.

October 25 (Health & Education)



1. Hindustan Times / Daily News
Immunization coverage up to 78%, but tackling drop-outs a challenge, say experts at a media workshop organized by UNICEF.

2. Rajasthan Patrika / Daily News
9,000 children announced as malnutrition-free. CIFF team from London meets some of the children at Todabhim block in Karauli district.


3. Dainik Bhaskar(Kota)
Premature baby brought to JK lone Hospital in a serious condition due to water in his lungs.

4. Rajasthan Patrika(Udaipur)
Students' health in danger due to lack of coordination between Health and Education Departments. Pneumonia and iron deficiency detected among students.

5. Dainik Bhaskar(Jodhpur)
Family members create a ruckus on death of pregnant woman. She died after giving birth to a girl child.



1. DNA
Festive bonus for teachers, but nothing for workers hired for cooking midday meals for students in schools in rural areas.

2. Daily News
Rajasthan Secondary Education Council issues notices to heads of 92 schools for dereliction of duty.

3. Dainik Navjyoti
Annual day of Neeraja Modi School. Children play violin and guitar.

4. Dainik Navjyoti
92 schools emerge as feeding defaulters in Shala Darpan programme. Udaipur found on the top in not updating data.


5. Rajasthan Patrika(Udaipur)
A single teacher looking after five classes in 800 schools in Udaipur districts. Parent doesn’t want to send their children to schools.


6. Dainik Bhaskar(New York)
Despite going to schools, only 48 per cent girls in India becoming literate. The average is far behind that in Nepal, Pakistan and Bangladesh, says a study.