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Says hard work is much more powerful than Harvard
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Mocking economists, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said "hard work is more powerful than Harvard" as the latest GDP data shows demonetisation did not affect growth rate, rather the figures improved.

Chandrima to contest Assembly by-polls from Kanthi
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Senior TMC leader and former state power minister Manish Gupta is Trinamool Congress (TMC) Rajya Sabha candidate for election later this month while former minister of state for health Chandrima Bhattacharya will be the party candidate from the Kanthi South Assembly constituency.

Kailash casts aspersions on police action, seeks Central agency probe
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The BJP today expelled women's wing leader Juhi Chowdhury, who was arrested from the Batasia area close to the Indo-Nepal border in North Bengal, for her alleged involvement in the Jalpaiguri child trafficking case.

Inflammatory speech case
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The Calcutta High Court today granted anticipatory bail to West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh in connection with a case of an alleged inflammatory speech delivered by him.

Kolkata

Forty inmates of a state-run Correctional Home here have stitched bags and leather accessories for showcasing in ILPA FASHION SHOW 2017, the destination show of apex leather body.

Srinagar

Schools reopened in Kashmir today after about 8 months, which included the period of unrest last summer triggered by the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani.

NEW DELHI

The price of non-subsidised cooking gas (LPG) was hiked by a steep Rs 86 per cylinder today, reflecting international trends.

Washington

Breaking his silence, US President Donald Trump today condemned as "evil" and "hate" the fatal Kansas shooting in which Indian techie Srinivas Kuchivotla was killed.

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V SENTHIL KUMAR

Foundation stone laid by one of the longest serving lawmakers elected from the Andaman and Nicobar Parliamentary Constituency notwithstanding, execution of a rural project in Middle Andaman has been hanging fire for more than decade creating massive resentment among the population in the region.

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Delay in completion of a culvert-cum-drainage project at Austinabad near Mariamman Temple is fomenting anguish among the population of the area.

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ATM fraud

Port Blair

The Vice Chief Captain, Tribal Council, Car Nicobar, Chamberlain Paul expired at G B Pant Hospital, here today after prolonged illness. He was 78 years old and survived by his wife, two daughters and one son.

Port Blair

The Lt. Governor, A & N Islands, Prof. Jagdish Mukhi has deeply mourned the untimely demise of  Chamberlain Paul, Vice Chief Captain, Tribal Council, Car Nicobar, who expired at G B Pant Hospital, Port Blair today at 4.45 pm, after prolonged illness.

Port Blair

The Food Safety Officials under the overall supervision of Commissioner Food Safety conducted surprise raids at various places in South Andaman District and recovered huge amount of contraband tobacco products from shopkeepers as well as general public.

Port Blair

Eminent writer of Bengali mainstream, Mr Pinaki Shankar Chowdhury, is currently on a six-day visit to these Islands.  Mr Chowdhury is basically known as a satire writer, as his notable work of yester years is ‘Maaraayan’ – a parody (written in prose) of Ramayan, the g

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