Date wise Archive

Port Blair

Aimed at promoting and marketing handicraft products manufactured by the Self Help Groups of Neil Island, the NABARD in collaboration with the Yuvasakthi has inaugurated a Rural Mart at Neil Kendra on Sunday.

Port Blair

The Department of Community Medicine and 2nd year MBBS students of ANIIMS, Port Blair, organised a small play on the theme “Leave Smoking, Live Life’’ at Garacharma Hospital last Saturday.

Port Blair

Acting on a tip off on February 9 from Police Officials of PS, CCS, Port Blair regarding arrival of contraband tobacco products through Andaman Super Express, Courier Service here, Mr R.V.

Port Blair

The date and venue for organizing second Weekend Utsav of this month (formally known as Flea Market) has been re-scheduled and fixed on February 17, 18 and 19, at ITF ground combining with one of the venue of  this year’s Indian Panorama Film Festival.

Port Blair

As part of its efforts to curb the menace of illicit sale of  liquor and other contraband articles, the police team of PS Havelock headed by SHO K.

Port Blair

The 10th batch of five-day training programme on “First Aid Fire fighting and Disaster Preparedness and Medical First Aid” with the aim to spread community awareness especially for the benefit of school teachers and Govt.

Port Blair

Saraswati Shishu Vidya Mandir (SSVM) Secondary School (English Medium), Prothrapur, organized a welcome function on Sunday for one of the leading businessman families of these islands, who run a firm named Goenka Foundation.

Port Blair

The Ananda Marga Middle School, Junglighat will celebrate its Annual Day 2017 on February 14 from 5 pm in the school premises.

Port Blair

A sensitization programme on National Productivity Week (NPW) under the theme “Form Waste to Profits Through Reduce, Recycle and Reuse” was conducted on Monday for the staff of the Institute at  Dr. T.R. Dutta Conference of ICAR-CIARI, Port Blair.

Port Blair

The Human Resource Development Programme on Integrated Pest Management was conducted recently at Training Hall of the office of the Gram Pradhan, Ferrargunj Gram Panchayat, Ferrargunj, South Andaman.

Port Blair

The Yeshuva Convent English Medium Mission School, Shadipur celebrated its 9th Annual Day at Andhra Association Hall here. The Deputy Education Director (Plg), Dr Dheeraj Kumar was the chief guest of the function.

Author: 
Chaudhary Birender Singh

It has been over half a year now when I took charge of the Steel Ministry, from a worthy predecessor. My experience in this Ministry as also in the previous charge, has reaffirmed my view that our Government under the visionary leadership of Shri Narendra Modi is a cohesive, collaborative and progressive team. His single-minded goal of making 21st century, the century of India and to bring back the golden era of India is keeping all of us focussed and committed to this unified mission.

Author: 
Dr Vandana Jatav

India observed its third National Deworming Day. It is the world’s largest deworming programme covering 340 million children under-19 years of age across 36 states/ UTs. The deworming programme is India’s commitment to a comprehensive national response to the public health threat posed by worms.

The West Bengal budget for 2017-18 makes it clear that rural Bengal remains the ruling party’s core concern and core constituency and it is determined to give top priority to the rural people, their problems and their needs. At the same time, the budget also brings out the precarious condition of the State’s finances. Debt servicing cost the State Rs 36,869 crore in the current fiscal. It is estimated to rise to Rs. 47,000 crores next fiscal and to Rs 51,000 crore in 2018-19. The State’s own revenue during the current fiscal is estimated at Rs 55,786 crore.

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