Taking a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the demonetisation move, Congress leader Ahmed Patel today said Narendra Modi appears to be having the illusion that within a short span of time he could become as popular as some of his predecessors.
Controversial meat exporter Moin Qureshi today told Delhi High Court that he was detained at the airport on his return to India and "whisked away" by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in violation of a judicial order staying the lookout circular against him.
Former Army chief Gen (Retd) Shankar Roychowdhury today described the political slugfest over the new Army chief's appointment as "detestable", saying it was the prerogative of the government to select the chief of army staff. "It is detestable. You can't stop politicians from commenting because it is a democracy. Their comments are ill-advised and ill-informed.
Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi today attacked Rahul Gandhi, saying the Congress vice president's "tremor" remark was meant to "horrify" public and urged them to guard against all "false" propaganda spread by the party after the demonetisation of high-value currenc
The Centre has asked all states to ensure that there is no commercial exploitation or dramatisation of national anthem and all movie halls must show national flag on the screen while the Anthem is being played.
Six protected persons, a jailed terrorist and officials of Federal Bureau of Investigation and US Department of Justice figure as witnesses in the charge sheet filed by NIA in the January 2 Pathankot air base attack.
City police today opposed in Delhi High Court a plea seeking initiation of perjury proceedings against former JNUSU President Kanhaiya Kumar and a JNU professor, saying there was no material to substantiate the allegation that they had filed false affidavits along wit
While construction of a bridge connecting Bambooflat and Chatham remains a distant dream, inadequate passenger and vehicle ferry services of the Directorate of Shipping Services continue to hassle thousands of commuters in the sector.
While stray cattle continue to be an headache for residents of different parts of the city, even remote regions of this territory are not spared of the menace. Routine caveats by the Panchayat authorities notwithstanding, Nimbutala in Middle Andaman remains in the grip of the stray cattle.
The Campbell Bay Police organized an awareness programme to promote cashless transactions among auto-rickshaw drivers and other public transport vehicles on Monday. Addressing the gathering, the Station House Officer of PS Campbell Bay imparted knowledge to the gathering about cashless transactions and its benefits.
The Andaman Sai Seva Samiti (ASSS), A & N Islands, will hold a special program on Shirdi Sai Baba “Sai Reham Nazar Karna”, Sai Bhajan Sandhya on December 22 at Dr. B.R. Ambedkar municipal auditorium from 3 pm.
Swachh Bharat Mission Ambassador for these islands, Padmashree Naresh Chander Lal, conducted an awareness programme on sanitation and ill-effects of tobacco and alcohol at Govt. Sr. Sec. School, Mohanpura on Monday.
The Zonal Base of Fishery Survey of India and Regional Research Centre of Ayurveda here organized a joint Hindi workshop last Saturday. Retired Hindi Officer, Kolkata Port Trust, Mr Basudev Das was the Subject Specialist for the workshop.
The District Level Task Force Committee (DLTFC) on Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP), pertaining to District Industries Centre, Department of Industries, will be held under the chairmanship of the Deputy Commissioner, South Andaman in the con
The NGO, Surabi/Disha, a unit of Don Bosco Institution, organized an awareness programme on Child Rights for the evening study centers and Children Parliament’s Children at Don Bosco Multipurpose Hall, SURABI, Caddlegunj.
The Integrated Pest Management Training & Demonstration Programme under Farmers’ Field School in Vegetables was organized by Central IPM Centre, Port Blair at Gram Panchayat Hall, Humfreygunj on Monday to create awareness about the IPM practices among the farmer
A Tamil feature film named ‘Andaman’ was released in these islands and different theatres in mainland on the 9th of this month. Directed by Adhavan, the movie has been produced by Kannadasan, both natives of these islands.
In the ongoing Cooperative Bank Golden Jubilee Cup, two matches were played on Monday. In the first match, United Sporting Club defeated Lambha Pahad Youth by six goals to nil, while DSS team beat IYC Kanyapuram 4-0.
The Regional Sport Council, Port Blair in association with the Directorate of Sport and Youth Affairs will organize Open Badminton Tournament from December 28 to January 10, 2017 in the multi-purpose hall of Nataji Stadium Complex.
Super Specialists services from Medica Super Specialty Hospital, Kolkata, will render services in GB Pant Hospital, Port Blair from December 21 to 23 and examine the patients at OPD, GB Pant Hospital, Port Blair. Dr. Amit Halder, Sr.
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Shivraj Singh Chouhan has the knack of launching unique programmes. The latest in the series is what is called Narmada Sewa Yatra.
While launching the programme at Amarkantak in Anuppur Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan apologised on the people’s behalf for defiling the Narmada by polluting its waters, perforating its body through sand mining, and defecating on its banks.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh told a conference of DGPs and IGPs in Hyderabad last month that naxalites will be eliminated in five years. This is a tall claim and will only reinforce their resolve to stay strong.