User: nsudha Topic: Malnutrition
Category: Karnataka :: Anganwadis
Last updated: Oct 06 2017 18:01 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Contractors' Association threatens protest 6.10.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Karnataka State Contractors Association has threatened to stage protest against the State government if they did not set right anomalies while awarding contracts.

"The goverment should cancel package tenders besides making payment within 30 days after the work is done," demanded the Association President V Krishnareddy. He told reporters that contractors who lacked certain machinery and tools were disqualified from attending bidding.

" The government should ensure healthy competition by directing KIRDL, Land Army and Nirmithi Kendras to participate in bidding," he demanded.

He said that contractors from Karnataka should be preferred to their counterparts from Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.
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Sasikala gets 5-day parole to visit her sick husband 6.10.2017 deccanherald.com
Estranged AIADMK leader V K Sasikala, convicted in a disproportionate assets case, today got 5-day parole for visiting her ailing husband.

She was lodged in Parappana Agrahara jail in Bengaluru. Her husband M Natarajan is suffering from liver disease.

She applied for 15 days parole but high court provided 5 days.

Sasikalas relative TTV Dhinakaran is outside the prison to receive her.

Details are awaited.
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BJP seeks Khader's resignation 5.10.2017 deccanherald.com
The BJP on Thursday demanded the resignation of Food and Civil Supplies Minister U T Khader in connection with the killing of BJP worker Mohammed Zubair in Ullal on October 4.

BJP spokespersons G Madhusudhan and Anwar Manippady alleged that Zubair was killed by the associates of a Youth Congress worker named Ilyas who is said to be Khader's aide.

"Footage from a mosque shows the murder. Passersby can be heard saying Ilyas's aides are involved in the killing," Manipadi said.

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DKS appears before I-T officials 5.10.2017 deccanherald.com
Energy Minister D K Shivakumar on Thursday appeared before the Income Tax officials in connection with the ongoing investigation.

The I-T sleuths had conducted searches and seizure from houses and business establishments linked to Shivakumar between August 2 and 5 this year.

After appearing before the taxmen, Shivakumar said,

"They asked me to submit certain documents. I have submitted those documents.'
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‘Infrastructure too poor to implement scheme’ 3.10.2017 Hindu: News
Unless the State government addresses space constraint in anganwadis and makes proper arrangement for providing food, anganwadi workers and helpers cannot implement the Matru Poorna scheme in Dakshin...
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MLA urges people to benefit from scheme 3.10.2017 Hindu: National
Tipparaju Hawaldar, MLA, Raichur Rural, has appealed to pregnant women and lactating mothers to ensure they get the benefit of the Matru Poorna Yojane scheme to eliminate malnutrition. He was speaking...
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'Krishi Mela' at GKVK campus from Nov 16 28.9.2017 deccanherald.com
The University of Agricultural Sciences, Bengaluru, (UAS) will organise 'Krishi Mela' from November 16 to 19 on the GKVK campus, Hebbal.

The exhibition will showcase latest technologies in agriculture and allied areas for the benefit of the farming community.

Research institutes, seed companies, agricultural machinery manufacturers, NGOs and others will take part in it.

Stalls may be booked before November 5 by contacting the following numbers: 080 23620323/ 23516353 for the agriculture exhibition, 9945254640 for agriculture engineering exhibition and 9845188846 for animal sciences Exhibition.


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More parking lots for visitors to KRS 28.9.2017 deccanherald.com
In an effort to ease vehicular traffic during the Dasara season, the Mysuru district police have provided two additional parking lots for those visiting Brindavan Gardens.

The existing parking lot is adjoining the Brindavan Gardens. The additional parking lots are — the helipad behind KRS Grama Panchayat office and the helipad next to the hostel of the Karnataka Engineering Research Centre at Hulikere village.


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7 IAS officers transferred 28.9.2017 deccanherald.com
The government transferred seven IAS officers. Following are their new postings.

P C Jaffer: Commissioner for Public Instruction; V Anbu Kumar: MD, Rajiv Gandhi Rural Housing Corporation; N V Prasad: Commissioner, BC Welfare Department; A B Ibrahim: Director, Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development Finance Corporation; M T Raju: Project Director, Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan;G N Shivamurthy: Commissioner, KHB; Manish Moudgil: Secretary, Revenue Dept (Disaster Management and Bhoomi).
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Karnataka to feed 12 lakh pregnant women from October 2 27.9.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Nutritious meals would be served daily to 12 lakh pregnant women and lactating mothers at child care centres across the state from October 2, said Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Tuesday night.
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Indira Canteens launched to deal with urban hunger: CM Siddaramaiah at SOS Karnataka 27.9.2017 India Today| Must Read
Chief Minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah spoke on various issues at the SOS Karnataka event.
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Hot meals for pregnant and lactating mothers from October 2 27.9.2017 Hindu: News
Govt. hopes to reach out to 12 lakh women through ‘Mathrupoorna’ programme
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Nutrition programme for pregnant, lactating women 26.9.2017 Deccan Herald - State
With 36.2% of children in Karnataka still malnourished, the state government has decided to scale up its supplementary nutrition programme by focusing on pregnant and lactating women. On October 2, the government will launch the universal maternal nutrition programme 'Mathrupoorna', where around 12 lakh pregnant and lactating mothers will be served one hot meal every day through anganwadi centres. The programme will be jointly implemented by the departments of Women and Child Development and the Health and Family welfare, where the focus will be on pregnancy weight gain. Pregnant and lactating women have to enrol themselves at their nearest anaganwadi centres, where they will be served rice, lentils (dal/sambar), vegetables, boiled egg, chikki and 200 ml of milk for not just the entire duration of their pregnancy, but also six months after their delivery. The meal will meet 40 to 45% RDA (recommended dietary allowance) with 1,342 calories, 41 gm protein and 578 mg calcium. Along with the meal, ...
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Hesaraghatta residents oppose move to open liquor store 24.9.2017 Deccan Herald - City
Residents of Hesaraghatta village on Sunday staged a protest against the move by the Mysore Sales International Limited to set up a liquor outlet there. They prevented the entry of the truck carrying liquor bottles to the village. They said MSIL planned to open an outlet on Bilijale village road at Hesaraghatta. The Excise department officials visited the village for inspection, but did not submit a proper report. They submitted a wrong report, which enabled MSIL to go ahead with its plan. There are two Anganwadi centres, a government school, a maternity hospital, a private school and a farmers' centre within a radius of 150 metres from the place identified for the liquor outlet. Hesaraghatta Gram Panchayat president Krishnaiah said, "The liquor outlet is being opened without obtaining the permission of the Gram Panchayat." GP president Vasanthalakshmi said a large number of women from the village worked in garment factories and many middle-class families reside there. Considering these factors, the ...
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Empowering SC/ST children: are we doing enough? 20.9.2017 Deccan Herald - Opinion
The millennia-old story of the low-caste Ekalavya sacrificing his thumb to upper-caste forces for having dared to educate himself continues to haunt the collective conscience of this country. Have we done enough for the SC/ST community to atone for this guilt? An attempt was made in this direction by former prime minister Indira Gandhi to empower all SC/STs educationally and economically by earmarking a portion of plan outlay for them in proportion to their population through a Sub-Plan. This mere scheme was given statutory status in Karnataka by replacing it with the Karnataka Scheduled Castes Sub-Plan & Tribal Sub-Plan (Planning, Allocation and Utilisation of Financial Resources) Act in 2013. Since then Rs 60,691 crore has been allocated under the Act and a substantial sum, Rs 55,331.82 crore, spent. But have these helped bridge "gaps in educational and economic development" of SC/ST children when compared to the state averages? Is there a reliable database on the "gaps in development" -- for instance, ...
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Recruitment test scrapped 20.9.2017 Deccan Herald - News
The Department of Higher Education has directed the Davangere University to cancel recruitment tests for teaching and non-teaching posts scheduled to be held on Thursday and Friday following complaints that the question papers had been leaked. The university had announced written tests for the posts of assistant professor, associate professor, professor, helper, assistant librarian, office superintendent and other posts. The university's website flashed a message that the tests had been postponed and that new dates would be announced soon.
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Set the floor on fire 20.9.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
High Ultra Lounge will present a musical evening with Bengaluru's own talented DJ Ivan on September 23, 9 pm onwards.

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Anganwadi workers to protest on Sep 22 18.9.2017 deccanherald.com
Anganawadi workers will hold demonstrations in front of the deputy commissioners' offices in all districts in the state on September 22, against increased work pressure on them because of the Mathrpoorna scheme.

B Nagarathnamma , secretary of Karnataka State Anganwadi Workers' Association, said it is difficult for them to reach the true beneficiaries of the scheme. The scheme provides for supply of food to pregnant and lactating women.
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RERA rules: HC notice to Centre, state 18.9.2017 deccanherald.com
The High Court of Karnataka on Monday ordered notices to the Central and the state governments and Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) in a petition seeking quashing of one of the rules, which exempts registering on-going housing projects.

Justice A S Bopanna ordered notices in a petition filed by Nadaprabhu Kempegowda Layout Site Owners' and Residents' Welfare Association and others who have sought directions to set aside Rule 4(1) of the Karnataka Real Estate (Regulation and development) Rules, 2016.

The petitioners have contended that the rule is in contravention of the provisions of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 and provisions under the Constitution.

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Modi may inaugurate BJP Yatra 18.9.2017 deccanherald.com
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to inaugurate the state BJP's Nava Karnataka Nirmana Parivarthan rally in Bengaluru on November 2.

The rally, planned by the BJP to expose the "misdeeds" of the Siddaramaiah government ahead of the Assembly polls, will criss-cross all the 224 Assembly constituencies.
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