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BJP MP compares Gurmehar Kaur with Dawood for her campaign against violence Rijiju says 'polluted' mind Cong rushes to her defence
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Opposition parties rushed to the defence of a Kargil martyr's daughter after she came under harsh criticism today from BJP members for her campaign against violence in the name of nationalism.

Kolkata

West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee today again targeted private hospitals and nursing homes saying they cannot be turned into places of business and "kasaikhana" (abattoir).

Washington

Hundreds gathered in Kansas city for a peace march and prayer vigil for slain Indian engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla and two other victims of a US bar shooting.

Hyderabad

Former Union minister P Shivshankar, an influential Congress leader during the governments of Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi, passed away here today. He was 90.

NEW DELHI

The right to contest an election from jail does not give anyone the right to be released for campaigning, the Delhi High Court today said while rejecting custody parole to MLA Mukhtar Ansari to canvass for himself in the UP Assembly polls.

Announcement mix-up steals thunder of show
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Barry Jenkins' coming-of-age drama "Moonlight" walked away with the top award at the Oscars but its thunder was stolen by a bizarre announcement mix-up that initially declared "La La Land" as the best picture winner.

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M SURESH KUMAR

While the city fathers are making tall claims about making Port Blair a Smart City, residents of a thickly populated area in the city are bearing the brunt of insanitary condition. Vallabha not only contracted Chikunguniya in the past but malaria as well in the recent.

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The Income Tax Department raided a premise at 18, Hindu Sahitya Kala Parishad, Gurudwara Lane on Monday.

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V SENTHIL KUMAR

One of the oldest and reliable institutions of the country – the Indian Postal Department has a different style of functioning in these islands.

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M SURESH KUMAR

Depressed over sudden loss of husband, a 23 year woman of Lal Barak, Dairyfarm committed suicide on Monday leaving behind her 18 month old son. According to reports, Surya Kala took the extreme step by hanging herself at her residence in the morning hours. She was rushed to GB Pant Hospital where doctors declared her brought death.

Port Blair

The annual day of   Invent Public School, Prothrapur was celebrated last Saturday at Bathu Basti School Ground.

Port Blair

The Nehru Yuva Kendra, Diglipur organized block level volleyball knockout tournament under the programme of Block Level Inter Youth Club Sports Meet  at Panchayat Ground, Ramnagar (Adharsh Gram) recently in which four teams from different Youth Clubs of Diglipur zone

Port Blair

The State Open YCOB ‘Unity Cup’ Volleyball Championship 2017” was inaugurated by Mr Abdul Salam, Managing Director, Mansha Hospitality Services Pvt. Ltd. on February 25 at Forest Ground, Tushnabad.

Port Blair

SI KP Abdul Gafoor Memorial District Level Volleyball Championship was organized by the Pradhan Gram Panchayat Mannarghat in association with Andaman and Nicobar State Olympic Association. Altogether, twelve teams participated in the tournament.

Port Blair

A free eye camp was conducted at Gram Panchayat, Shoal Bay by Gandhi Global Family (Women) Wing with the support of Rohini Eye Hospital. Dr.

RANGAT

The Regional Sports Council, Rangat organised a kabadi tournament at Rangat Mini Stadium on Sunday. The Deputy Education Officer of Rangat, Mr Sushen Mallick and Pradhan, Rangat, Mr SK Singh were present on the occasion.

Port Blair

The Nehru Yuva Kendra here organized the Yuva Aadarsh Gram Vikas Karyakaram  at Panchayat Hall, Guptapara  on Sunday in association with  Gram Panchayat, Guptapara  and Indira Priyadarshini Youth Club, Guptapara, Netaji Youth Club, Manjeri and Pawan Youth Club, Mangul

Port Blair

The performance of monsoon is the major natural phenomena deciding the agricultural production and water resources of Andaman and Nicobar Islands.  The analysis of 60 years of climatic data indicated total annual rainfall of 3100 mm but a deficit of about 610 mm is ex

Port Blair

Admission to 2-month Yoga Vacation Classes (May & June 2017) will be conducted  by SAI Yoga Education & Charitable Trust on April 1.

Port Blair

The 29th Annual Athletic Meet of the Government Model Secondary School, Kamorta was  held recently. Mr Casper James, Assistant Commissioner, Nancowrie declared the Meet open as the chief guest.

Port Blair

On February 16, the anti-burglary squad of PS Pahargaon comprising PCs RS Rakesh and Bhasker Rao led by SI Manoj Lall nabbed accused Saied Ali (36 yrs), resident of  Namunaghar while he was clandestinely trying to sell gold ornaments to a petty shopkeeper in the city.

NEW DELHI

The response given by the Finance Ministry on an RBI report about the introduction of Sharia banking in India cannot be disclosed, the central bank has said.

NEW DELHI

Bharti Airtel on Monday announced removal of all roaming charges for outgoing and incoming calls as well as SMSes and data usage within India as it takes on competition from new comer Reliance Jio.

NEW DELHI

Country's largest car maker Maruti Suzuki today said it has opened online booking for its upcoming performance-oriented hatchback Baleno RS.

Beijing

China's top securities regulator has pledged to speed up approvals of initial public offerings (IPOs), as the government seeks to attract capital and boost domestic growth.

NEW DELHI

The hearing on allegations by banks that beleaguered businessman Vijay Mallya had allegedly transferred USD 40 million to his children violating court orders, could not take place in the Supreme Court today as it came up before a different bench.

Kolkata

With the ferro alloy sector facing challenges from competition from cheap imports from Malaysia and Indonesia, the steel ministry is of the view that any export incentives which might be given should not be countervailing.

NEW DELHI

State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) may acquire India's third-biggest fuel retailer HPCL in an about INR 44,000 crore (USD 6.6 billion) deal as part of the government's plan to create an integrated oil giant.

JAIPUR

Indian companies in sectors like textiles, agri equipment, pharma and automobile have a huge opportunities to set up manufacturing units in Southeast Asian countries like Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar, Union Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said today.

Mumbai

The states' fiscal deficit will rise only marginally to 3.3 per cent in fiscal year 2017-18 from the expected 3.2 per cent in 2016-17, domestic ratings agency India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) said today.

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