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BALARAM SINGH

Life in Campbell Bay in the remote southern group of islands is once again heading for a grinding halt as fuel stock in the ANIIDCO outlet is fast depleting without any signs of replenishment.

Port Blair

In a rescue operation near West coast of South Andaman, the Coast Guard helicopter CG 814 located and rescued 03 fishermen from a disabled fishing boat-Tamayana (Regn no – IND-AN-SA-MO 685).

Port Blair

The Pondicherry University has reserved 14 (fourteen) seats in PG courses for the students of Andaman & Nicobar Islands for the academic session 2017-18.

Port Blair

A six month old baby girl was evacuated by an Air Force Dornier on Sunday from Car Nicobar to Port Blair covering a distance of approximately 225 Kilometers over dark moonless seas.  The baby was suffering from intestinal obstruction and was passing stools mixed with

Port Blair

The Central Agricultural Research Institute has released the agromet bulletin for farmers for the period from May 3-7, 2017. In the bulletin, CIARI forecast partly cloudy weather with light to moderate rainfall in the next five days.

Port Blair

In continuation of the efforts to eradicate the menace of illicit distillation of alcohol and illegal sale of IMFL in South Andaman jurisdiction, a team of Police personnel of PS Pahargaon led by SI Dhiraj Kishen alongwith IRBn personnel conducted jungle search at Bim

Port Blair

The South Andaman Police have arrested five local poachers namely M. Bhaskar Rao (55yrs) R/o Junglighar, A. Raja Rao (38yrs) R/o Dairy Farm, V. Rama Rao (48yrs) Fisherman R/o Junglighat, V. Appa Rao (37yrs) R/o Junglighat and five E.

Port Blair

To express solidarity with the working class people and labours, INTUC and its affiliated Trade Unions have organized a procession on 1st May, 2017 on the occasion of’ May Day’ from Gandhi Bhavan to different parts of the city.

Port Blair

Mr Kuldeep Rai Sharma, President, Pradesh Congress Committee, A & N Islands and all leaders of Congress party have deeply mourned the sad  and untimely    demise of Mr Vishnudeva, S/o Kalanidhi (Ablu), aged 21 years R/o Dugunabad, Port Blair.

Port Blair

A Summer Camp for the Children of Ferrangunj Tehsil is being organized by Surabhi an NGO   from 01st May to 06th May 2017. Smt.

Port Blair

As a part of celebration of 3rd international Day of Yoga, the Yoga unit of AYUSH Hospital will conduct month long free yoga classes for general public on Common Yoga Protocol (CYP) from May 8 to June 21, 2017 from 5 am to 6:30 am and 4 pm to 5:30 pm in the auditorium

Port Blair

The President, Pradesh Congress Committee, A & N Islands, Mr Kuldeep Rai Sharma and other leaders of the party have mourned the demise of Smt Zorha Bibi, wife of Late Abdul Wahid, resident of Aberdeen Village. She was 89 and passed away on Monday.

India’s bid for permanent UNSC members can’t be ignored: LG
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With an aim to make students aware about the functioning of the United Nations Organization (UNO), diplomacy and working of the government, a conference titled ‘IIMUN Port Blair Chapter’ was organized by Indian International Model United Nations (IIMUN) at Ummat Public School here this evening. The Lt. Governor, A&N Islands, Prof.

Port Blair

Lt. Governor, Prof. Jagdish Mukhi, extended his good wishes to Mr Narayan Kutty, Private Secretary to Lt Governor, who attained superannuation on April 28, after completing over 34 years of meritorious Govt. service.

Port Blair

The Centre of Indian Trade Unions celebrated May Day, the international working day, on Monday by organizing various programmes throughout the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Port Blair

The Assistant Controller of Legal Metrology alongwith his team camped at Havelock recently to carry-out verification & stamping of weighing & measuring instruments used by the Government & semi Government establishments and the traders of the said area.

Bhubaneswar

The Posco Pratirodh Sangram Samiti (PPSS) today threatened to revive its agitation if the Odisha government hands over the land acquired for the Posco project to JSW for its proposed mega steel plant and demanded that the acquired land be returned to farmers.

NEW DELHI

Accusing the ruling BJD in Odisha of unleashing violence on its political rivals, a BJP delegation, led by Union minister Dharmendra Pradhan, met Union home minister Rajnath Singh on Monday, seeking his intervention.

NEW DELHI

"You are making fun of this court," an anguished Supreme Court told the Bihar government today, pulling it up for seeking two years time to appoint 174 stenographers in the police and rejecting its roadmap to fill up the vacancies in the force.

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To make Indian soldiers conversant with the Chinese language, the Visva-Bharati University has started a certificate-level course recently.

Guwahati

One of India's premier trains the Shatabdi Express will run in Assam for the first time between Dibrugarh and Guwahati, marking a new chapter in the way people commute in railways in the country's North-East.

Kolkata

The Left trade unions here on May 1 called for intensive struggle against the no-liberal and privatisation policies of the Narendra Modi-led Union government.

Guwahati

Two persons were arrested from Assam's Nagaon district for their alleged involvement in lynching of two youths suspected to be cow thieves, police said on Monday.

Gaya

Three Maoists were arrested from Lutua police station area in Bihar's Gaya district, an official said today.

NEW DELHI

Odisha's Sualgiri and Swalgiri communities have been notified as Scheduled Castes following President Pranab Mukherjee's assent to a new law.

Kolkata

ISKCON devotees at Mayapur are currently celebrating Chandan Yatra festival, which began on April 29 fot a duration of 21 days, according to a note prepared by the organisation.

Kolkata

On the occasion of the International Labour Day on May 1, Metro Railway Women’s Welfare Organisation (MRWWO) felicitated 50 sincere, dedicated and hard working Group “D” railway employees like gangman, trolleyman, pointsman, OHE Khalasi and signal maintenance staff et

Chittaranjan

A total of 17 employees have retired from railway services on superannuation in Chittaranjan Locomotive Works (CLW) in April. A Mitra, deputy chief personnel officer felicitated them in a ceremony, today and wished their happy post retirement life.

Kolkata

To clear the extra rush during this summer, Eastern Railway will attach additional air-conditioned coaches to three more pairs of different long distance trains, originating from Howrah and Sealdah as a temporary measure on different dates for different trains with ef

Kolkata

For the convenience of the travelling public, South Eastern Railway (SER) has decided to provide two minutes stoppage of 12102/12101 Howrah-LTT Jnaneswari Express at Jharsuguda with effect from May 9 on an experimental basis for a period of six months.

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