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Kolkata

Sadhan Pande, state minister of self help group & self employment state emphasised on women's need to become self dependent.

Kolkata

Sadhan Pande, state minister of self help group & self employment state emphasised on women's need to become self dependent.

Kolkata

United Bank of India (UBI) celebrated International Women’s Day on March 8 at the bank’s head office in Kolkata.

Kolkata

82801 Howrah-Ernakulam Suvidha Special has been rescheduled to leave Howrah at 6 pm on March 11 (Saturday) instead of 5 pm.

Kolkata

Due to Dol Yatra and Holi Utsav, some EMU locals will remain cancelled in both Sealdah and Howrah Divisions of Eastern Railway.

Kolkata

Metro Railway, Kolkata has arranged special Metro services on Sunday, March 12 on the occasion of Doljatra. It will run 62 services (31 Up + 31Down) on that day.

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M SURESH KUMAR

The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) celebrated its 48th Raising Day in a grand colourful ceremonial manner at Haddo Wharf here on Friday. The Chief Secretary, A & N Administration, Mr Anindo Majumdar was the chief guest, while the Chief Port Administrator, Dr RD Tripathi graced the occasion as the guest of honor.

Port Blair

The Lt Governor A&N Islands, Prof. Jagdish Mukhi led the Islanders in paying rich tributes to the heroes of First War of Independence on Friday. This day (Mar 10) commemorates the arrival of the First Batch of Freedom Fighters of 1857 to these Islands.

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TABASSUM

Assault for liquor demand

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TABASSUM

In a gruesome incident, a juvenile raped a 9 year old at Dollygunj, near Durga Mandir, here. The accused took advantage of the situation and forcefully entered the house of the victim, when her parents, both private workers were out for work on Thursday. Sources say that the accused threatened to murder the victim if she reported the incident to anyone.

CS stresses on need to document isles history
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Agencies

The 160th Andaman Day was celebrated by the Local Born Association with a befitting progamme held in the Netaji Hall premises here this evening. The Chief Secretary, Mr Anindo Majumdar was the chief guest of the function. The Chairperson, PBMC, Mr B Eswar Rao and Padma Shree awardee Mr Naresh Chandra Lal were also present on the occasion.

Port Blair

In a recent media news that Aadhaar card is made mandatory to register a patient to the G B Pant Hospital is not correct. Patients are requested to add their Aadhaar and phone number to the Hospital record to avoid duplicate medical identities.

BEWARE OF IMPERSONATION
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Agencies

Recently it came to notice that one person namely D. Ravi Kumar was impersonating as D. Raj Kumar and working as Daily Rated Mazdoor (DRM) in PBMC.  Initially one D. Raj Kumar was engaged as DRM but subsequently he was replaced by D. Ravi Kumar. The originally appointed person D. Ravi Kumar has said to be already expired yet the D.

Port Blair

The final year students of B.Sc, Home Science, JNRM led by Professor, Mr K.Venkatesan, HOD, Home Science visited Tushnabad Gram Panchayat on Friday.

Port Blair

The management of Mahatma Gandhi International School (MGIS) here has congratulated Master Sameer Godara for clearing the Rashtriya Indian Military College (RIMS), Dehradun Entrance Exam 2016.

Port Blair

Andaman Sunni Muslim Jama’eth (ASMJ) - a socio-religious organization running various religious and social institutions in the Andaman Islands is celebrating the Golden Jubilee of Raulathul Uloom Arabic College (RUAC), Wimberlygunj on 11th, 12th and 13th March, 2017.

Port Blair

The Coast Guard District Headquarters No. 14 conducted a Community Interaction Program at Corbyn’s Cove to develop social connect with the coastal community and to sensitize the fishermen folk on Friday.

Port Blair

The Institution of Engineers (India) (IEI), Andaman & Nicobar State Centre (ANSC) organised a Technical Lecture on “Advanced Equipment for Testing Soil, Cement, Concrete & Bitumen” on Friday. Er. S. Soundarapandian, Dy.

Port Blair

The Central Island Agricultural Research Institute has released the agromet bulletin for farmers for the period from March 11-15, 2017. In the bulletin, CIARI forecast partly cloudy weather in the next five days.

Port Blair

The SAKSHAM CELL of ANDAMAN COLLEGE (ANCOL), Port Blair observed International Women’s Day 2017 in a befitting manner. Various programs were organized to celebrate the day in a meaningful way.

Port Blair

International Women’s Day 2017 was celebrated by the Andaman Nicobar  Mahila Congress Committee  at  Andhra Association Hall, Port Blair on 9th March, 2017.

Author: 
Subrata Majumder

The Deloitte survey, Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index (GMCI), 2016, forecasted India to outbid China in low cost manufacturing competitiveness in the next five years. According to the survey, while China will lose the powerhouse of low cost manufacturing competitiveness, the Mighty Five – the five Asia Pacific nations, Malaysia, India, Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam – will emerge the choice for low cost manufacturing in place of China. India will be the frontrunner with four countries chasing behind, the survey said. 

Author: 
Arun Srivastava

Seventy years ago, India and Russia established diplomatic relations. Soviet Union helped India in many ways to become more self-reliant and was a true partner of India. But in recent years India started distancing itself from Russia though Vladimir Putin continued to show his friendly attitude.

The Kangaroos seem determined to prove that they are worse than the Pakistanis on the cricket field. They suffer from the illusion that God has sent them to Earth to rule the cricket world. ‘Sportsman spirit’ is the phrase that finds no place in their cricket lexicon. What the Aussie captain Steve Smith did at the Chinnaswamy Stadium at Bengaluru on Tuesday after being declared leg before wicket by the umpire can be stated in one eight-letter word – Cheating.