Date wise Archive

Bhubaneswar

Odisha is all set to become the first state in the country to have a blood bank for the cattle.

Kolkata

A project of giving financial assistance to needy poor people of Dum Dum Municipality Area is going to be initiated on 29th June 2017 at 11.15 am. This project has been duly approved by the Board of Councillors.

To organize blood donation drive across 30 cities
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EOI CORRESPONDENT

SBI Mutual Fund (SBIMF) would be the first Indian Mutual Fund Company to complete 30 years of successful operations on June 29.
SBI Mutual Fund, to commemorate its 30th anniversary aims to strengthen the bond between the company and the community by organizing Blood Donation Camps across 30 cities starting June 29, 2017 in Mumbai.

Kolkata

Ghanshyam Singh, Member Traction, Railway Board inspected and reviewed Howrah – Rampurhat section of Howrah Division at a high level meeting with officers of Eastern and South Eastern Railway at Eastern Railway’s Headquarters, Fairlie Place, on Tuesday.

Kolkata

To clear the rush of passengers on the occasion of Ulta Ratha Yatra at Shrirampur (Mahesh) & Guptipara, Eastern Railway will run two pairs of Special EMU trains between Howrah & Sheoraphuli and between Bandel & Katwa on 3rd July, 2017 in addition to usual

Kolkata

South Eastern Railway has decided to run thirteen pairs of weekly Superfast Special trains between Santragachi-Jabalpur-Santragachi during the period from July 5 to July 28.

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ROOPA LALL

Three years of  the Narendra Modi government have placed the remote Andaman and Nicobar Islands on course for big infrastructure development.

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ROOPA LALL

Alleged move of the civic body to transfer the management of Nagarpalika Vidyalaya, Aberdeen, popularly known as Tunnu Munnu School to Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya (VKV) is likely to spur protest by employees working in the institution for the past many years.

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KURMA RAO

At least seven passengers sustained serious injuries when the bus they were travelling met with an accident  at a remote location in Mayabunder on Tuesday. The injured were rushed to Dr RP Hospital, Mayabunder for medical treatment. The Police have reportedly registered a case of negligent driving against the driver of the STS bus.

Port Blair

The Commissioner of GST, Mr Udit Prakash Rai and President of Andaman Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Mr Girish Arora will participate in a LIVE phone-in interactive programme of All India Radio on June 30.

Port Blair

Acting on credible inputs received from reliable sources on 05/02/2017, a team of officials comprising Police personal of CCS branch of A&N Police and Food Safety Officials apprehended  Fiyaz Khan, son of  late A.A.Khan, resident of  Junglighat with 3600 tins of d

Port Blair

June 2017 is being observed as Anti Malaria month and this year theme is “Malaria Control Everyone’s Concerned”. As such, an awareness camp was held in the Panchayat hall, Tushnabad on Wednesday, in which Ms.

Port Blair

It is brought to the notice of the general public and the recorded tenants of  land in particular that the competent authority has revised the rate of Survey stones to Rs.350 per stone.

Port Blair

The A&N Administration has re-fixed the rate of PDS SKO (kerosene Oil) for the entire Union Territory of A&N Islands. Accordingly, the retail selling price of SKO per litre has been fixed at Rs.23.65 and the wholesale price per litre at Rs. 22.30.

Port Blair

The meeting of governing body of Vivekananda Kendra Zilla Parishad Vidyalaya (VKZPV) was held on Wednesday at 3 pm under  the chairmanship of Mr Jaydeep Kumar Dey, Adhyaksh, Zilla Parishad, South Andaman.

Port Blair

The Chairperson, Port Blair Municipal Council, Mr  B Eswar Rao laid the foundation stone for the work namely resurfacing of road with one side drain at the back side of sultan Bakery at Garacharama, Ward No-18 in the presence of the Ward Councillor Smt Rubana Aziz on

Port Blair

The Port Blair Municipal Council has successfully implemented the Jeevan Pramaan Portal for receiving Digital Life Certificates from its pensioners. As on date, the Council PBMC has enrolled 416 pensioners on Jeevan Pramaan Portal.

Port Blair

Mr Saudan Singh, national joint general secretary (Org.), BJP and Mr Tarun Chugh, national secretary, BJP will arrive on a two-day visit to these islands on Thursday.

Port Blair

The president, Pradesh Congress Committee, A & N Islands, Mr Kuldeep Rai Sharma and other leaders of the party have deeply mourned the demise of Smt L Saraswathy Amma, aged 83 years, resident of Teylerabad, Port Blair, mother of  Mr SS Balakrishnan Nair, Ex-Adhyak

Port Blair

The All India Radio here will conduct an audition for preparation of panel of various language Casual Assignees in Hindi, Nicobari, Tamil, Telugu, Bengali and Malayalam.

Port Blair

The Ramakrishna Mission here will conduct free hand writing (English and Hindi) and Craft classes for students of Class I-V standard from July 2 every Sunday from 10 am to 11 am.

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John Wojcik

Senate Republicans have released their secret plan to kick millions off of health insurance and transfer hundreds of millions of dollars that now go to healthcare for working people and the poor into the pockets of the rich.
The massive tax cut for the wealthy, disguised as a healthcare plan, hues closely to and in some respects is even worse than the plan passed by the House in May.

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Amulya Ganguli

The standard explanation for the BJP’s choice of the virtually unknown Ramnath Kovind for the President’s post – a rerun of the 2007 “Pratibha who?” episode relating to Pratibha Patil – is his Dalit background.

Two incidents of lynching took place on Friday: one near the Jamia Masjid of Srinagar and the other far away at Ballabhgarh in Haryana. In the first, Mohammed Ayub Pandit, a DSP of J & K police, was set upon by a frenzied mob of about two hundred people who had gathered in the mosque to offer special prayers on the occasion of Shab-e-Qadr in the holy month of Ramzan. He was suspected to be a police spy sent in mufti to photograph people who were raising anti-India slogans.

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