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SUBRATA

Lack of drinking water facility at one of the most visited eco-friendly tourist destinations in Middle Andaman is earning flak for the Department of Environment and Forest.

Port Blair

The Lt. Governor, A&N Islands, Prof. Jagdish Mukhi visited ICAR-CIARI Port Blair campus on Monday. During the visit, the Lt. Governor planted sapling at the ICAR-CIARI campus and then visited the ICAR-CIARI Museum, where he was briefed by the Director, CIARI, Dr.

Port Blair

Extending support to the administration, the Indian Coast Guard ship Rajveer evacuated 134 stranded passengers to Katchal on Monday. Due to non-availability of passenger vessel at Kamorta, passengers, who were waiting to go to Katchal, got stranded there.

Port Blair

The cyclonic storm ‘Mora’ over east-central Bay of Bengal moved further north-northeastwards during past six hours with a speed of 19 kmph and lay centred at 2.30 pm on May 29 over east-central Bay of Bengal near Latitude 18.3ºN and Longitude 91.5ºE, about 570 km sout

Port Blair

In ancient times, salt was used to cure meats and fish to preserve them longer while sugar was added to fruits to prevent spoilage.

Port Blair

Following the incessant rain in these islands, there may be chances of crocodiles straying in the flooded areas adjoining nallahs and creeks. Such presence of crocodiles in the flooded areas increases the chance of man-animal conflict.

Port Blair

As part of observance of World No Tobacco Day on May 31, the All World Gayatri Pariwar will organize various activities across the country to generate awareness on the ill effects of tobacco, alcoholism, drugs etc.

Port Blair

The written examination for admission to RIMC, Dehradun will be conducted on June 1 and 2 at TGCE here. On June 1, examination in English and Mathematics will be held from 10 am to 12 noon and from 2 pm to 3.30 pm respectively.

Port Blair

The president of Andaman & Nicobar Janta Party (ANJP), Mr Santosh Prajapatii has urged the administration ensure adequate availability of stock of onion and potatoes in the local market. In a letter to the Lt.

Port Blair

The INCOIS Observatory, Hyderabad has forecast high waves in the range of 3.0 – 3.2 meters between 5.30 pm on May 29 to 11.30 pm of  May 30 along the west coast of Andaman Islands between Ten Degree Channel and Coco Channel.

Port Blair

On receipt of credible information about a person namely Manoj Kumar Baroi, resident of Herbertabad having illicit ganja plants in his residential premises, a raiding party led by Inspector Rizwan Hassan, SHO PS Ograbraj comprising HC/762 Abdul Basheer, LPC/1609 Nupur

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Arun Srivastava

Global fraternity gradually getting disillusioned and frustrated with the America’s policy of hegemony and its economy always on the prowl to squeeze other economies, has been contemplating to put an end to its dollar hegemony by promoting a new currency to replace it.

Author: 
S. Sethuraman

Tamil Nadu remains mired in political chaos, into the sixth month since the death of AIADMK Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, who had scripted victory for a second successive term in the May 2016 Assembly election, and was sworn on May 23 last year.
The party has now a tenuous hold on power, led by Mr E Palaniswami, with a strong dissident group headed by Mr O Panneerselvam, former CM, and the two factions, engaged in a no holds barred fight, have already been cultivating relationships with the BJP Government at the Centre.

Rumour-mongering with strong communal overtones has become a potential weapon in the hands of mischief-makers. A number of attacks on members of the dalit community in Uttar Pradesh can be attributed directly to mischievous rumour-mongering. Provocative rumours were spread in Kolkata on Thursday after the police chased away BJP workers from Lalbazar. To confuse and mislead the common man, rumours about the identity of the policemen deployed for peace-keeping were spread, as if the police force is deployed on their members’ communal identity.

Tura

A senior BJP leader of Garo Hills area today tried to allay fears over ban of beef in the state, claiming that the party will never impose such a ban in Meghalaya.

Patna

Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar today announced that his government would launch a vigorous campaign against child marriage and dowry in the state.

Patna

Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar today said that he gave orders to "publicly destroy" seized alcohol, dismissing reports that rodents had gulped more than nine lakh litres of liquor, as claimed by police officials.

Giridih

Maoists began their day-long bandh in Jharkhand today by blowing up a railway track on the Howrah-New Delhi Grand Chord section, disrupting movement of several trains including the Rajdhani Express.

New Delhi/Agartala

Tripura chief minister Manik Sarkar on Monday urged the Centre for increased railway connectivity of India's North-East (N-E), including through Bangladesh and Myanmar, for the region's development.

Manipur 2011 road rage
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The Supreme Court today asked the Centre to consider giving security cover to the parents of a youth, who was killed in a road rage case in 2011 by the son of Manipur chief minister N Biren Singh.

Kolkata

Harindra Rao, general manager, Eastern Railway in presence of  Satish Kumar, additional general manager , Gautam Banerjee, chief safety officer  and other principal head of departments released LC Gate Safety Leaflets and Safety Hand Bill for spreading awareness on sa

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