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Report by: 
ROOPA LALL

The Union Government led by Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi is determined to implement the ‘Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas’ mission in these islands.

Port Blair

The Union Home Minister, Mr Rajnath Singh visited Havelock Island on Saturday. He was accompanied by the Lt. Governor, A&N Islands, Prof.

Report by: 
BALRAM SINGH

The District Legal Services Authority, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, held National Lok Adalat at the JMFC Court building here on Saturday. Around 39 pre-litigation disputes pertaining to bank loans, excise cases etc were placed before Justice Inderjit Chakraborty, Judicial Magistrate First Class, during the Lok Adalat for disposal.

Port Blair

A total of 38 officers attending the 29th Naval Higher Command Course and the Directing Staff of the Naval War College visited Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

Port Blair

On the occasion of  SreeHanuman Jayanti Chinmaya Mission Port Blair will be organizing Shri Akhand Ramayan Path (chanting of Ramcharit Manas) on April 10.

Author: 
P. Sreekumaran

Whatever spin the government may put on, the conclusion inescapable is that the unceremonious exit of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau director Jacob Thomas constitutes a major setback to the Left Democratic Front (LDF) Government’s battle against corruption and nepotism.

Author: 
G. Srinivasan

The Trump Administration of the United States (US) is bent upon a hot pursuit of unilateralism on the trade front, refashioning its extant trade laws to “Make America First”, ignoring its post-war avowed commitment to bolster multilateralism and rule-based model for conduct of commercial engagements. Besides showing scant regard for reviving Doha Development Agenda of the World Trade Organization, it was able to make the WTO conform to its own agenda by getting Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) accepted by all members of the WTO sans much ado.

There are democratically and lawfully elected governments at the Centre and in the States, with all the instruments of imposing the sanction of the Indian State – the police, the para-military forces and the armed forces – at their disposal. No country allows non-official private organizations to exercise powers which the State alone can do. But a disturbing trend is becoming evident in India. Self-appointed vigilante groups think they have the power to summarily execute anyone they think is engaged in cow-slaughter or transport of cattle for slaughter.