Date wise Archive

Port Blair

Andaman College launched a fortnight-long anti-alcohol and anti-drug abuse awareness campaign among college students during the month of February.

Port Blair

An awareness programme on “Swachhta” under “Swachh Bharat Mission” , an initiative of Govt. of India, was organized by Port Blair Municipal Council for the street vendors of Port Blair city.

Port Blair

The Andaman and Nicobar State Cooperative Union in collaboration with the Cooperative Department organized a training programme on Book Keeping and Accounting System for the members/office bearers of Constructions Coop.

Port Blair

The Port Blair Municipal Council will organize a camp on Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) (HFA) to identify and enrol eligible beneficiaries in Ward No. 20 from March 2 to 4, in the community hall of New Pahargaon.

Port Blair

The Home Science Department students of JNRM headed by Professor K Venkatesan, HoD, Department of Home Science, presently camping at Shivapuram Gram Panachayat for conducting baseline survey under Saansad  Aadarsh Gram Youjana (SAGY), were called upon by Mr Arava Gopi

Port Blair

The Port Blair Municipal Council bid farewell to Mr M. Malai Raj, son of  late Muniyandi and Mr K. Chandraiah, son of  late Dandasi who superannuated from service on February 28.  In a simple function on Wednesday, the Chairperson, PBMC, Mr B.

Port Blair

The Institution of Engineers (India), Andaman & Nicobar State Centre organized a lecture on “Water Front Engineering” on Wednesday. Dr. J. D.

Port Blair

Power supply will remain suspended in some areas on March 4 from 7.30  to 1 pm for urgent repairing and maintenance of RMUs installed near Jama Masjid, Aberdeen Bazaar, Port Blair.

Author: 
B.K. Chum

“All is fair in love and war”, and in politics, particularly electoral. This is happening in UP assembly polls. In their no-holds-barred campaigns, some political parties and their affiliates claiming to be the biggest champions of India’s unity and integrity are ironically trying to polarize India’s diversity by injecting communal virus in the country’s bodypolitic. Hypocrisy, opportunism and sycophancy have become their modus operandi to achieve their dubious political objectives.

Author: 
Arun Srivastava

Mumbaikars did not settle the contentious issue of who would rule them. It was the issue of lording over the Mumbaikars that had forced the divorce and separated the couple. No doubt the BJP and its supporters are quite elated at the significant gain of the party, the fact must not be denied that this cannot be attributed to ideological victory. The saffron party preferred to follow in the footsteps of the Congress and rely on its recipe.

Both the Election Commission and very recently the Supreme Court, too, have forbidden political parties and leaders to make ‘inflammatory’ statements aimed at influencing voters by appealing to religion, caste, creed, community and language. The directives of these two bodies have been honoured more in their breaches than in their observance. Particularly, the ongoing election propaganda in Uttar Pradesh has seen the most shameless attempts at whipping up passion by deviously making use of religion, caste and community.