Date wise Archive

Patna

Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama, who is in Bodh Gaya for the 34th Kalchakra puja, termed the liquor prohibition in Bihar as a good decision.

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TAPAN DAS

Ensuring an uninterrupted run for all ongoing and upcoming industrial projects in investment-starved Bengal is proving a Herculean task these days despite repeated emphatic calls and stern warnings by none else than Trinamool supremo and chief minister Mamata Banerjee.

Patna

RJD chief Lalu Prasad would get JP Senani Samman Pension of Rs 10,000 per month after being declared eligible for it.

Kendrapara

Two poachers were taken into custody and nine dead migratory birds recovered from them by forest personnel in Padmapur protected reserved forest, under Rajnagar Mangrove (wildlife) Forest Division in Odisha.

Aizawl

Mizoram today celebrated 'Missionary Day' commemorating the arrival of two Welsh Christian missionaries in the state over a century ago.

Berhampur

A teacher of a coaching centre drowned while boating in a reservoir as the small pedal vessel overturned in the water body in K Nuagaon area of Odisha's Ganjam district, police said.

Tura

An elephant caused havoc in Bekbekgre village in North Garo Hills district destroying three houses, officials said today. The elephant broke off from the herd and destroyed three houses of Bekbekgre that falls within an elephant corridor, last evening.

Kolkata

Due to the prompt and sincere initiative of RPF staff of Metro Railway, Kolkata, two missing children were rescued.  On January 9, at about 1.42 pm, R R Paul, on duty RPF constable of Maidan Metro station found two minor children at Maidan Metro station.

Kolkata

Train services in Sealdah-Ranaghat Main line section were affected today as train movements were obstructed at Kalyani station from 11.40 am to 12.30 pm and  at Level Crossing Gate No. 29 near Kankinara station from    9.12 am to 12.56 pm for non-railway causes.

Kolkata

Senior motorman of South Eastern Railway (SER) Bhubaneswar Ganguly recovered a travel bag which fell from 18615 Up Howrah-Hatia Kriya Yoga Express while passing Tikiapara station.  The incident happened on January 10.  

Port Blair
A social awareness campaign was organized by the District Administration, North & Middle Andaman to mobilize students, women, youth and general public on the issue of drug abuse, alcoholism and domestic violence.
Port Blair

A construction worker suffered power shocks due to alleged mismanagement of the builders. As per the complaint filed by Rahul Ameen Mondal, resident of Lamba Pahad, he along with his co-worker, Nazural, was engaged by a construction firm run by Shahjanan.

Port Blair

Cops of Police Station, Pathergudda raided another gambling den in the area under their jurisdiction recently and arrested four persons.

Port Blair

The Chief Secretary, A & N Administration, Mr Aninda Majumder will attend the birthday celebration of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose to be organized by the founder of Sudhanghshubala Foundation, Mr Bhavesh Majumdar on January 23 in the auditorium of Girls School here

Port Blair
To sensitize the students on fire prevention and to avoid any major fire mishap like the fire incidents in Dabwali (Haryana) in December 1995 and in Kumbakonam (Tamil Nadu) in July, 2004 which killed many school children, the A&N Police Fire Service Training Cen
Port Blair

“Book Fair Scholastic India” got underway at Ummat Public School (UPS), Middle Point on Wednesday.

Port Blair
The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP)  on Wednesday organized a quiz and debate competition at TGCE, Auditorium, to mark the week-long celebration of the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda.
Port Blair
The ICAR-Krishi Vigyan Kendra, CIARI, North & Middle Andaman organised a three-day training programme on “Duck Farming under Integrated Farming System” at Gram Panchayat, Chainpur  from January 9. The programme was inaugurated by Smt.
Port Blair

On the eve of Republic Day, the Chinmaya Mission will organize an excursion-cum-picnic for the special children (Divyang) on January 22. The programme will be held from 9 am to 2 pm. One escort will be allowed to accompany the child.

Port Blair

The Andhra Association will celebrate Makara Sankranti on January 13 from 5 pm in the auditorium of the association. The Lt. Governor, A & N Islands, Prof. Jagdish Mukhi will be the chief guest on the occasion, while Mr B.

Port Blair
South Andaman Police is making continuous efforts to curb down the menace of illicit sale of liquor and other contraband articles.
Port Blair

The Bharat Scouts & Guides,wing of  Wimberlygunj Educational Zone has conducted a rally on Awareness on Road Safety and De-addiction Rally at GSSS Tusnabad. The rally was flagged off  by Shri A.Mohammed Aliyar, retired  Scouter.

Port Blair
The Bharat Scouts & Guides of Middle Andaman (MA) Educational Zone organized a rally on Drug Addiction and Drug Abuse on Tuesday. The rally was flagged off  by Mr. Suresh Chandra Mazumder, Vice Principal, GSSS Swadesh Nagar.
Author: 
Arun Srivastava

Power plant of Gujarat’s Adani group has emerged as the focal point of Adivasi anger in Jharkhand. The Government of Jharkhand wants thousands of farmers to give up their multi-crop fertile lands for a power plant that Adani Limited will set up. The plant which will sell its entire electricity produce to Bangladesh. On February 17, the state signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Adani Limited. It pledged to invest Rs 15,000 crore to set up the thermal power plant.

Author: 
G. Srinivasan

That India’s export segment is afflicted with infrastructure inadequacies and the cognate cost it exacts in the export of merchandise goods where it commands competitive advantages in the overseas markets, are quite passé.

India and Vietnam are strengthening their strategic ties in the backdrop of increasing Chinese belligerence. Sino-Vietnamese relations started turning sour even when the Vietnamese were fighting against US aggression. There were reports that the Chinese had put up obstructions to the flowing of Soviet military assistance to Vietnam. In 1979, Chinese troops had entered Vietnam. The Vietnamese army gave them a good drubbing and threw them out.

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