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Port Blair

The A&N Fire Service is observing Fire Service Week from April 14 to 20  throughout the territory.   To educate the general public, government servants, students, teachers etc.

Port Blair

The Adhyaksh, Zilla Parishad, South Andaman, Mr Jaydeep Kumar Dey along with Mr Gadadhar Majumdar, Zilla Parishad Member, Chouldari Constituency, Mr Mohan Halder, Pradhan, Gram Panchayat, Chouldari and officials of the engineering wing inspected the Vivekananda Kendra

Port Blair

The SDM, South Andaman, Ms Mitali Goel laid the foundation stone for construction of Community Sanitary Complex near Sai Baba Mandir at Ward No.10 under Gram Panchyat, Bambooflat-II. The project will be executed under the scheme Swatch Bharat Mission (Gramin).

Port Blair

Our Rights Organization (ORO) has urged the Central Government to introduce air connectivity between Port Blair and Madurai in Tamil Nadu.

Port Blair

The Central Island Agricultural Research Institute has released the agromet bulletin for farmers for the period from April 19-23, 2017. In the bulletin, CIARI forecast cloudy weather with light rainfall in the next five days.

Author: 
Dr. R Balashankar

The NDA government’s renewed emphasis on agriculture is a well thought out strategy to finally eradicate poverty and make rural poor an integral part of India’s growth story.  Rather, such spending has proved to be of temporary relief without really changing the ground reality.  It is experience that has prompted the government to initiate schemes meant to build durable rural infrastructure to motivate people adopt agriculture as a viable alternative career option.

Author: 
L.S. Herdenia

Though the Congress could retain Ater with a narrow margin of three digits it is being regarded as a trend setter for the Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections scheduled to be held next year sometime in the month of November.
Two by-elections were held in Madhya Pradesh. In both the by-elections both Congress and BJP retained their seats which they won in the 2013 Assembly elections.

A dramatic change has come about in Tamil Nadu politics. The two factions of the AIADMK, one led by O. Panneerselvam and the other led by Chief Minister K. Palaniswamy, which were fighting each other, each claiming the legacy of Jayalalithaa, have suddenly decided to call it a day and reunite. The OPS faction never accepted Sasikala, now in a Bengaluru jail sentenced in the disproportionate assets case, as the rightful successor of Amma and her legacy. K. Palaniswamy, who was the leader of the majority faction and CM, was in an unenviable position.

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