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Strike called by tea garden labourers evokes mixed response
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Gorkhaland supporters today pelted stones at the police in various parts of Darjeeling as they were stopped from enforcing their shutdown in many government offices in the hills, where their indefinite bandh entered its second day.

NEW DELHI

Concerned over continuing violence in Darjeeling, the Centre is closely monitoring the situation in the hill district and is ready to offer all assistance to the West Bengal government to restore normalcy, an official said today.

NEW DELHI

Union home minister Rajnath Singh has called a meeting of all state home ministers on July 3 to assess the internal security situation in the country.

Washington

President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during their first meeting would set forth a vision to expand the US-India ties in an ambitious manner and discuss ways to advance common goals like fighting terrorism and expanding security cooperation in

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ROOPA LALL

Implementation of Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s (Trai) pricing framework for Cable TV rates notified earlier this year is set to bring huge respite for thousands of households across these islands.

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M SURESH KUMAR

If  road network reflects the quality of  life that a city has on offer, some streets at Ward no. 18 in Garacharma-II does not score high on the parameter. Allocation of funds, grandiose promises by the civic body notwithstanding, a 60 metre odd stretch at Rajiv Nagar has managed to give sleepless nights to more than 200 families for the past many years.

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BALRAM SINGH

The lone ATM (Automated Teller Machine) facility installed by the Andaman and Nicobar State Cooperative Bank at remote Great Nicobar region has again started dispensing pain for customers for the past few days.

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BALRAM SINGH

A team from the Directorate of Industries, Andaman and Nicobar Administration conducted awareness-cum-motivational drive to sensitize residents of  Campbell Bay on the benefits of several schemes of the Govt. of India.

Port Blair

The Secretary, Municipal Council, Mr Yashpal Garg, will participate in a LIVE phone-in programme of All India Radio on June 15. The topics of discussion will be "NewProperty Tax of PBMC" and "Swatch Bharat Abhiyan".

Port Blair

Tehsil Divas will be organized at all Tehsils under the chairmanship of Sub Divisional Magistrate (SA)/Assistant Commissioner (Settlement)/Assistant Commissioner (HQ) along with Sub-Divisional Officers of other line departments on June 17, for redressal of the grievan

Port Blair

The Department of Environment & Forests, Andaman & Nicobar Administration is conducting the 2nd phase of crocodile census in the territory of Andaman & Nicobar Islands on 23rd and 24th June, 2017 to estimate the population of Salt water crocodile in the co

Port Blair

The NGO, Butterflies, organized a two-day annual vacation camp, DOSTI 2017, recently at Namunaghar Panchayat Hall, South Andaman.

Port Blair

The president, Pradesh Congress Committee, Mr Kuldeep  Rai Sharma along with a delegation of  fishermen  and general public of Panighat, Hope Town, Bambooflat and Shore point villages  met the Secretary (Fisheries)  A  & N Administration  recently and  discussed v

Port Blair

The Head of PG Department of Bengali, JNRM, Dr Jyotirmoy Roy Chowdhury, participated  in an ‘International Poetry Festival - 2017’  organized by “ Shrinwantu” (a cultural organization for recitation ) recently at Indumati Sabhagriha of Jadavpur University in Kolkata .

Port Blair

The 180th batch of three-day training programme on “Disaster Management & Preparedness” in Collapse Structure Search, Rescue and Medical First Responder (CSSR & MFR) to sensitize the Police personnel of various units got currently on Tuesday in the Conference

Port Blair

The final match of Dr B. Srikanth Memorial T-20 Cricket Tournament Season-II was held at Car Nicobar between Mus-XI and Tamaloo Sporting Club on Monday. Batting first, Mus-XI put up a score of 104 runs.

Port Blair

The Central Island Agricultural Research Institute has forecast partly cloudy weather with light to moderate rainfall in the next five days.

Port Blair

“Malaria Control everyone’s concerned” is the theme of this year Anti-Malaria awareness programme, June 2017. As such, a meeting was held in the conference hall of PHC Ferrargunj recently. Dr H.M.

Port Blair

All the Principal/Vice Principal/HM/PGT/PET/GTT/PST of the Directorate of Education, who have retired from Govt.

Port Blair

The INCOIS Observatory, Hyderabad, has forecast high waves in the range of 3.0 - 3.3 meters between 5.30 pm on June 13 to 11.30 pm of  June 15 along the west coast of Andaman Islands between Ten Degree Channel and Coco Channel.

Mumbai

Both the precious metals, gold and silver, continued to decline for the 5th trading day at the bullion market here on Tuesday due to persistent offerings from stockists on the back of fall in global markets.

Mumbai

The rupee staged a spectacular rebound from its one-week low against the American currency and ended higher by a solid 11 paise at 64.33 due to fresh bouts of dollar selling by exporters and banks.

NEW DELHI

The country's largest lender SBI has said write-downs or write-offs on account of the merger of five associates cannot be entirely ruled out.

NEW DELHI

Sebi on Tuesday allowed options trading in commodities to deepen the market but will permit each exchange to launch options on futures of only one commodity initially and asked bourses to follow robust risk management measures.

NEW DELHI

All aspirants for the civil services preliminary exam on Sunday have been asked to download the e-admit card "well in advance" to avoid last minute rush, the UPSC has said.

NEW DELHI

The government does not want to "alter" the food habits of people and put businesses in the sector in "any kind of difficulty", Union minister Harsh Vardhan said.

NEW DELHI

Stressing that generations have been destroyed due to unrest in Jammu and Kashmir, Army chief Gen. Bipin Rawat today exhorted students in the state to choose laptops and books to help end the cycle of violence.

Kolkata/New Delhi

Controversial Calcutta High Court judge C S Karnan today ended his tenure as a fugitive from law with no customary farewell being given to him.

NEW DELHI

A spate of recent developments -- from cow vigilantism and religious intolerance to trolling and intimidation -- has evoked a "sense of deep disquiet" in a group of 65 former bureaucrats, who have urged the State to take corrective measures to tackle growing "hyper-na

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