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C Murugan replaces Don Bosco as GTA secy, GNL justifies joining hand with GJM
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Chief minister Mamata Banerjee today had an unscheduled meeting with Governor Kesri Nath Tripathy at Raj Bhavan. Mamata, who was accompanied by minister for PWD Arup Biswas reached Raj Bhavan at 12.30 pm in the afternoon and had a one-on-one meeting with the governor for half-an-hour.

BJP panel to meet Sonia, Yechury
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The process for the election of the next President was formally set in motion today with the Election Commission issuing a notification, opening the filing of nominations for the July 17 contest.

Hyderabad

The Left parties are mulling to propose the candidature of former West Bengal Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi for the post of President, said sources in the CPM and CPI. "We are thinking of proposing the name of Gopalkrishna Gandhi.

Mumbai

Salman Khan has an answer to war -- send all warmongers to the front. "War will be over in a day," the actor predicted.

Alexandria

At least five people people including a top Republican congressman were wounded in a Washington suburb early this morning when a shooting erupted as they practiced for an annual baseball game between lawmakers.

Kolkata

An inquiry report about the leak in Calcutta University's political science paper II question was today submitted to the interim vice-chancellor, six days after West Bengal Education minister Partha Chatterjee said it could be an act of conspiracy.

Bhubaneswar

Ruling Biju Janata Dal activists burnt an effigy of union minister V K Singh today, a day after the latter's remark on Odisha's demand for special category status.

Kolkata

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose`s grandnephew Chandra Kumar Bose has demanded respect for the Gorkha community amid the ongoing agitation by the GJM in the north Bengal hills pressing for a separate state of Gorkhaland.

Agartala

The Tripura unit of the Congress on Wednesday staged a demonstration here for the "insult of the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi by BJP president Amit Shah through his remarks".

Bhubaneswar

Odisha chief minister Naveen Patnaik has urged the Union ministry of tribal affairs to amend the Forest Rights Act (FRA) to modify eligibility criteria for other traditional forest dwellers like SCs and OBCs.

Kolkata

Harindra Rao, general manager of Eastern Railway felicitated Md.

Kolkata

The CISF DSP Unit organised a blood donation camp to commemorate the ‘World Blood Donor’s Day’ today. 30 CISF personnel donated blood on the occasion.

Kolkata

To cope with the expected rush of passengers during ensuing EID-UL-FITRE festival, Eastern Railway will run two pairs of Specials for different directions viz.  Howrah-Raxaul-Asansol Special and Howrah- Nautanwa  Special. 

Kolkata

It has been decided to introduce another Weekly Humsafar Express. This train will ply between Howrah and Vijayawada on and from June 17 as regular measure.

Chittaranjan

World Blood Donors Day was observed by K G Hospital in Chittaranjan Locomotive Works (CLW) today.   Dr B K Thakur (ACMS/A); Dr P Haldar (ACMS/OPD); Dr (Mrs) T Chakraborty (senior DMO/FW); Dr A Chakraborty (seniorDMO/Eye); Somnath Das, (vice president/CSSS) and staff o

Jajpur

A businessman was rescued from his abductors and four persons were arrested in this connection at Rathia in Jajpur district, police said today.

Gorakhpur man extends financial support to a ‘special’ Havelock teen
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ROOPA LALL

He is a 17 year old, deaf and dumb since birth, but his strokes on canvas with just a pencil speak volume of his caliber. He communicates through his art and is extremely fond of computers.

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The recent report published in The Echo of India on exorbitant fee demand by the Common Service Centres (CSC) operators created a furore in the city after CSCs stopped accepting payment of electricity bills.

Port Blair

The State President of Bharatiya Janata Party, A & N Islands, Mr Vishal Jolly, Member of Parliament, Mr Bishnu Pada Ray and senior leaders of the party including General Secretary, Mr Prakash Adhikari, Chairperson, CPCR, A & N Islands, Smt Kiran Tigga, Pramukh

Port Blair

The common college admission portal is operational since 02nd June 2017 and more than 150 candidates have applied online. The process of online scrutiny is also being carried out by all the colleges.

Port Blair

Additional scholarship shall be granted to the students of Scheduled Tribes of A&N Islands for pursuing Higher Studies anywhere in India after Senior Secondary Level.

Port Blair

In the next edition of  the ‘Good Morning Port Blair’, All India Radio here will broadcast a special LIVE interactive discussion on June 16 on the topic “Admission in different colleges of these Islands’. Mr A.K.Trivedi (Joint Secretary, Higher Education), Dr.

Port Blair

The Aam Aadmi Party, A & N Islands State Unit has demanded regularisation of services of daily rated workers employed in the Transport Department as conductors, drivers, skilled and unskilled workers.

Port Blair

The president, Pradesh Congress Committee, Mr Kuldeep Rai Sharma has invited the attention of  the Lt.

Port Blair

A blood donation camp was organized at ICAR-Central Island Agricultural Research Institute (CIARI) by the CIARIEWA, the employees’ welfare association of CIARI to commemorate the World Blood Donor Day on 14th June 2017.

Port Blair

The Education Department will celebrate the 3rd International Day of Yoga on June 21 in the Auditorium of Govt. Model Senior Secondary School, Port Blair.

Port Blair

The Directorate of Health Services is undertaking a survey for estimation of Prevalence of Addiction and Probable Causes of Suicide in Andaman & Nicobar Islands from June 19, in a phased manner under CSR program of ANIIDCO in cooperation with Directorate of Social

Port Blair

Workshop on Yoga therapy on lifestyle disorders was  jointly organized by AYUSH, wing of the Directorate of Health Services and the A&N State AYUSH Society in the auditorium of  Tagore Government College of Education here as part of celebration of  the 3rd Interna

NEW DELHI

The Union Cabinet on Wednesday cleared a proposal to introduce a Bill in Parliament for setting up the Resolution Corporation to deal with bankruptcy in banks, insurance companies and financial entities.

NEW DELHI

Farmers will continue to get short-term crop loans up to Rs 3 lakh at an interest rate of 7 per cent and prompt repayers at 4 per cent as the Union government Wednesday approved extending a scheme with Rs 20,339 crore funds to make available cheaper loans to the farmi

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