Friday, 11 November 2016

November 10 (Child Right)


1. Daily News(Kishangarh Renwal)
Woman throws innocent son into well following her illicit relations with her brother-in-law. Both arrested.

2. Rajasthan Patrika(Kota)
Gujarati Basti's children like studies at Sunday School. Lodge owner gives room free of charges to Pooja Agrawal who teaches children.

3. Rajasthan Patrika(Udaipur)
“Best Child of Mewar” title to be conferred on Children's Day. Children to be selected through competitions.

November 10 (Education)


1. Dainik Navjyoti
B.Ed. trainees to teach for four months in the government schools of their home districts. Decision to solve problem of shortage of teachers.


2. Daily News / Rajasthan Patrika(Bikaner)
21,300 students of VIII, X and XIII classes with merit to get laptop computers. Government schools asked to send list of students to Directorate of Education.

3. Daily News(Ratangarh)
Heads of institutions asked to develop schools as model institutions.

4. Dainik Bhaskar(Jodhpur)
Children get to know significance of red colour at Red Day event in Mathura Devi Memorial School

5. Dainik Bhaskar / Rajasthan Patrika(Jodhpur)
Girl students demonstrate for three hours to protest against teacher's vacancy for six months at Yashoda Devi Government Secondary School.

6. Dainik Bhaskar(Bhinmal)
Students and parents lock main gate of Government Higher Secondary School at Kaleti over 12 vacancies of teachers.

7. Dainik Bhaskar(Udaipur)
Work on smart class rooms starts in government schools of Walled City after four months.

November 10 (Women's Right)


1. Daily News
Sexual assault of woman in Kardhani area of Jaipur on the pretext of marriage. Woman lodges complaint with police.

2. Daily News
Supreme Court directs for preparing data base of newborn babies for stopping female foeticide.

3. Rajasthan Patrika
NIMS girl student abducted and molested. She alleges involvement of some students and hostel warden.

4. Rajasthan Patrika
Community marriage to be organized in Sanganer by Srinamdev Cheepa Samaj Seva Samiti.

5. Dainik Bhaskar(Balotra)
Sessions Court awards 10 years' sentence to father-in-law and mother-in-law convicted for dowry death.