Date wise Archive

Port Blair

Awareness camp on man-animal conflict was organized by the South Andaman Forest Division in three villages namely Shoal Bay, Mile Tilak and Collinpur recently involving the PRI members, school students and villagers.

Port Blair

The Institution of Engineers (India) (IEI), Kolkata has informed that effective from April, various grades of membership fees have been revised and the same may be followed while applying for membership.

Port Blair

The Police Training School, Prothrapur organized a two-day short course on “Office Procedures” for in-service police personnel with a view to enhance their professional capabilities and proper dealing of official matters, under the supervision of Smt.

Port Blair

ISAT FORUM (Indian Students And Teachers Forum) in collaboration with SHIKSHA- A step towards Education (NGO) organized a felicitation function for the toppers of higher education UG level 2015-2016(Conventional courses) in Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the Model Sen

Port Blair

The Andaman College here conducted an inter-departmental volleyball tournament on Thursday. Mr F.E. Andrew, Centre In charge, SAI, SAG Centre, Port Blair, was the chief guest and Dr. R. Dev Das, Principal, ANCOL, was present as the guest of honour on the occasion.

Port Blair

Super Specialists from Medica Super Speciality Hospital, Kolkata will render super speciality services at GB Pant Hospital from April 3, 2017. Schedule of services are as follows:

To `sensitise' bureaucrats, academics, political leaders too
Report by: 
Sabyasachi Bandopadhyay

After the stunning success in Uttar Pradesh, it's mission West Bengal for the Sangh Parivar, it seems.

Kolkata

Two persons were suffocated to death while 31 others were rescued after a fire broke out in a hotel at upmarket Ho Chi Minh Sarani in the city today. Police have arrested the owner and the manager of the hotel.

NEW DELHI

The Supreme Court today fixed May 11 for commencement of hearing on pleas challenging the validity of triple talaq, 'nikah halala' and polygamy practices among Muslims.

Kolkata

Exiled Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen today said she supports the poets who were vilified for their criticism of Yogi Adityanath, but questioned their silence when she was "bundled out" of West Bengal in 2007.

NEW DELHI

Every attack and death of Indians in the US should not be considered as "hate crime", external affairs minister said today after members in the Rajya Sabha voiced concerns over recent incidents of violence.

NEW DELHI

The Opposition in the Lok Sabha today accused the Government of running roughshod by opening the doors to "political extortionism" and passing "draconian" provisions in the Finance Bill.

NEW DELHI

Finance minister Arun Jaitley today threw an "open invitation" to the opposition in the Lok Sabha to suggest steps to make electoral funding cleaner and more transparent.

New Delhi/Islamabad

Pakistan's agencies are instigating youths in Kashmir through false propaganda in social media, Union minister Jitendra Singh said today.

Kolkata

The state government has expressed its dismay at the objection of the union government to the proposed name of Bangla for West Bengal and it is going to write to the central government requesting it to reconsider its decision.

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