Friday, 13 January 2017

JANUARY 12 (Women's Right)


1. Daily News
“Distressing and shameful”: Editorial calls for strict security measures at all levels to prevent incidents like gangrape of a girl in Jaipur after her abduction in an autorickshaw.

2. Dainik Bhaskar
Police takes around gangrape victim for three hours in Jaipur city. No one arrested even after three days.

3. Dainik Bhaskar
Civil Defence volunteers give message of “Save the daughters, educate the daughters” in a dozen residential colonies in Jaipur.

4. Dainik Navjyoti
Youths attempt to drag a young woman of Jaipur inside car at IFFCO Chowk in Gurugram. No one in crowd helps her. Woman somehow saves herself.

5. Dainik Bhaskar (Alwar)
Youth attempts to rape a girl student going for coaching after giving her lift in his car.

6. Rajasthan Patrika (Jodhpur)
Young girl who rejected her child marriage being threatened by her in-laws with kidnapping. Police not taking any action.

7. Rajasthan Patrika (Jodhpur)
Girl students of Government Senior Secondary School launch awareness campaign for women's empowerment.

8. Rajasthan Patrika (Bundi)
Gangrape with minor girl after kidnapping her. She was thrown away in forest. Her medical test conducted after six-and-a-half hours.

9. Rajasthan Patrika (Udaipur)
Short play on women's rights staged during seven-day camp of NSS at Home Science College.

JANUARY 12 (Child Right)

1. Daily News / Dainik Navjyoti / Hindustan Times
In a joint operation, Jaipur district administration and Labour Department rescue 19 child labourers in Shastri Nagar area. One person arrested.

2. Dainik Bhaskar / The Times of India (Bhilwara)
Two children burnt with hot rods in an attempt to given them treatment for pneumonia.

3. The Times of India (Udaipur)
23 per cent girls drop out due to lack of toilet in schools, reveals study. Women are worst sufferers due to lack of sanitation facilities.

4. Dainik Bhaskar (Udaipur)
Teacher in MDS School brutally thrashes a four-year-old girl student and uproots her hair. Girl is in a state of shock.

5. Rajasthan Patrika (Nagaur)
Medical Department officers play with the lives of two-day-old infants by calling them with their mothers in intense cold to a function for getting CM's congratulatory message.