Saturday, 5 November 2016

November 4 (Health & Edu.)


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.


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)


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.


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)


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.


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.