User: nsudha Topic: Malnutrition
Category: Karnataka :: Anganwadis
Last updated: May 03 2018 13:45 IST RSS 2.0
 
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D J Halli has 40 Anganwadis to counter malnutrition: Akhanda Srinivas Murthy 3.5.2018 Citizen Matters
In a short interview where he answered questions just to the point, Akhanda Srinivas Murthy rubbishes accusations against him and his brother. »
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Sporting the Gandhi cap tocreate awareness about voting 27.4.2018 Hindu: Medicine & Research
A Gandhi topi (cap) utsav was held in Ballari on Thursday to create awareness among the public about the importance of voting with an aim of enhancing
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‘Strengthen Lokayukta, make room for citizens to participate in governance’, says CIVIC manifesto 16.4.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
Functional ward committees and metropolitan planning committee, people's participation in budget and more were the key demands placed by the NGO, CIVIC. ...
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Teacher training goes digital 12.4.2018 Hindu: Diet & Nutrition
Show more sensitivity towards children and women: Collector
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What we want in poll manifestoes 30.3.2018 Deccan Herald - Opinion
What do we want in election manifestoes? Grandiose dreams? Or will the political parties include a shadow budget to show how much money is actually required to actualise those dreams, how they will raise those resources? Current manifestoes and budgets are devoid of crucial details, making them just castles in the air that are meant to give false hopes to the public. What do we want from the winning party after elections? Civil Society Forum, a coalition of 33 organisations and individuals asks for the following: all basic human rights and entitlements, such as food, water, housing, child care, education, health, employment and social security should be universalised and delivered by the State. Long- and short-term vision plans should be drawn up and the budgets required for universalising these within time-frames should be earmarked through a law. Once a party gains power, will its representatives hide themselves from us for five years or will they institutionalise mechanisms by which they will face the ...
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Centre to adopt Rajasthan schooling methods 26.3.2018 DNA: Mumbai
There was a time when education in Rajasthan was in news – all for wrong reasons. Even the state had to invite educationists from other states like Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Delhi to helm education departments. Time has changed. Now the centre is all set to adopt education model of Rajasthan, which has catapult the state to clock second rank in the recently held National Achievement Survey (NAS) conducted by the Central Government to know the learning level of school students and quality education, just behind one of the most developed states Karnataka.  Rajasthan was ranked 15th in the year 2015 survey. The competency test conducted by the government last year was undertaken to assess the standard of education in Classes 3, 5 and 8 and reflect the learning outcomes which were recently incorporated in the Central Rules for the Right To Education Act by the government.  While the state is learnt to have fared well in the tests for all classes, it has the best score (63%) in the learning outcomes for class ...
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'45 lakh anganwadi centres sans toilets, drinking water facilities' 11.3.2018 Manipur: E-Pao
'45 lakh anganwadi centres sans toilets, drinking water facilities'
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On Behalf of Indian Mothers, 40 Gynaecologists and Paediatricians Write to PM on Maternity Benefits 8.3.2018 The Wire

On Women's Day, 40 gynaecologists and paediatricians write an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the implementation of maternity entitlements as per the norms of the National Food Security Act 2013.

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Kitchen Gardens That Bring Nutrition, Livelihood Support and Protect Seeds 7.3.2018 The Wire

Examples from Jharkhand, Karnataka and other places make a strong case for kitchen gardens in more parts of the country.

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The Life of Labour: Robots to Stop Manual Scavenging in Kerala, Indian Labour Conference Postponed 25.2.2018 The Wire

Latest news updates from the world of work.

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Karnataka Budget 2018: Encouragement for women entrepreneurs 16.2.2018 deccanherald.com
The state government has announced a proposal to start transit hostels for women coming to Bengaluru for interviews for employment, various entrance examinations etc with the assistance of voluntary organisations and private partnership. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah announced Rs 2 crore grants to build a positive mindset about women, safe atmosphere for women and to create awareness about gender among government employees, community policing volunteers, resident welfare association, students and colleges, especially boys. An outlay of Rs. 5,371 crore has been provided to Women and Child Development Department. He said Rs 1 crore will be provided to start a comprehensive information resources portal for women to communicate essential information related to schemes, facilities and amenities for women. To promote women entrepreneurs, preference will be given in public procurement (catering, housekeeping, solid waste management in the local areas of the cities, etc) for self-help groups and representatives ...
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Unlike Vibrant Gujarat, we mean serious business: Desai 15.2.2018 Hindu: Other States
Ahead of the Magnetic Maharashtra investment summit starting this Sunday, the State Industries Minister Subhash Desai has termed some of the investment pacts signed at the Vibrant Gujarat investor sum...
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Challenges before trade union movement highlighted 13.2.2018 Hindu: Home
Amarjeet Kaur, first woman general secretary of a central trade union, cites plight of women in various sectors
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Rajasthan budget: Ahead of polls, Vasundhara Raje announces farm loan waiver of up to Rs 50,000, sops for students and women 12.2.2018 Latest News Politics on Firstpost
Raje informed the house that the decision of loan waiver up to Rs 50,000 for small and marginal farmers will cost Rs 8,000 crore to the exchequer.
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A symphony of children to showcase Karnataka’s history 31.1.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
Kids from marginalised communities, aided by Makkala Jagruthi, will perform a variety of dance and drama, at Chowdaiah Hall, Malleshwaram. ...
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1st round of polio vaccination today; govt targets 65L kids 27.1.2018 Deccan Herald - City
The state government aims to immunise 65 lakh children against polio this year. The immunisation programme will be conducted in two rounds: on January 28 and March 11. The government has set up 32,437 polio vaccination booths. There are 1,03,944 vaccinators, 51,972 teams in charge of vaccination, 6,546 supervisors, 941 mobile teams and 1,749 transit teams, the Department of Health and Family Welfare said in a statement. ASHA workers, anganwadi staff and other health volunteers will be conducting a house-to-house visit for vaccination, said Dr Nagalakshmi, the deputy director of immunisation in the department. The target (65 lakh children) was arrived at following a head count, she added. Every child aged under five will be given two drops of oral polio vaccine during the drive. "In some parts of Karnataka like Yadgir, migrant communities are resisting the vaccination," Dr Nagalakshmi said. While there has not been a single case of polio in India in the past seven years, the prevalence of ...
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Huge protest against unscientific implementation of Mathrupoorna scheme 18.1.2018 Deccan Herald - State
Anganwadi workers and helpers associations united to take out a march on Tuesday against the alleged unscientific implementation of the Mathrupoorna Yojana. The state governments scheme to provide hot, cooked meals to pregnant women and lactating mothers, which was kicked off with much cheer has been facing the ire of Anganwadi workers who have to execute it. The protesters, who gathered together from all over the state, marched from city railway station to Freedom Park. The workers and helpers say that the scheme has been implemented without seeking their opinion and without conducting study or discussions. They want the government to return to the previous system where grains and food materials or dry ration were supplied to the beneficiaries of the scheme. The scheme is being implemented since October 2 but workers say that many women who are eligible for the scheme are not availing it. According to the workers, the penetration of the scheme has not been more than 60% because pregnant and lactating ...
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Anganwadi, ASHA workers stage protest to press for demands 18.1.2018 Hindu: Karnataka
They seek increase in salary and fixed working hours, along with retirement benefits
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Anganwadi, ASHA workerscall off protest 17.1.2018 Deccan Herald - News
Workers of the All India United Trade Union Centre protested at Anand Rao Circle on Wednesday, demanding that the central government give ASHA workers, anganwadi staff and mid-day meals the status of government employees. Members of the Karnataka State Anganwadi Workers Association demonstrated in front of the residence of Union minister D V Sadananda Gowda and the office of Union minister Ananth Kumar. They demanded that the honorarium paid to the 1.3 lakh anganwadi workers and helpers should be increased. The workers criticised the central government for passing on the responsibility of increasing the amount, to the state government. The protesters demanded that the honorarium for ASHA workers and mid-day meal employees should be increased in the state budget. The central government has reduced funds for integrated child development and mid-day meal schemes. They later withdrew their protest as Kumar promised that he would hold a meeting on ...
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Anganwadi workers to picket houses of Union Ministers on January 17 11.1.2018 Hindu: Karnataka
Anganwadi workers, affiliated to the Centre for Indian Trade Unions (CITU), will picket the residence of Union Ministers across the on January 17 to urge them to drop the ‘unscientific’ proposal of e...
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