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"Hill parties raised voice for Gorkhaland but we did not agree: Mamata
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Chief minister Mamata Banerjee today held talks with political parties of Darjeeling hills and requested them to withdraw the indefinite bandh, which entered the 76th day.

NEW DELHI

With the Doklam standoff resolved, Prime Minister Narendra Modi heads to China next week to attend the BRICS Summit in Fujian province and also visit Myanmar on the way back, the external affairs ministry said today.

Kurukshetra

Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh exploited scores of his female disciples but the tortured victims would stay silent due to a feeling of "community shame", says the woman, who had dared to challenge the self-styled godman.

Hisar

A Hisar court today acquitted self-styled godman Rampal in connection with two criminal cases registered against him, citing lack of evidence.

Asangaon

The engine and nine coaches of the Nagpur-Mumbai Duronto Express derailed between Vasind and Asangaon stations in Maharashtra early today following a landslide, a senior railway official and a PTI reporter on- board the train said, the fourth derailment in 10 days.

NEW DELHI

Asserting that protection of property and places of worship was an essential part of secularism, the Supreme Court on Tuesday said religious places damaged in 2002 post-Godhra violence would get compensation under a Gujarat government scheme.

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ROOPA LALL

For decades, a sizeable population in these islands remained used to the staple pick-me-up, farmers, labourers, students and many others including people from the upper class: Pan as locally called a mix of arenuts, tobacco and limestone solution sold in paper packets and even gutka, a cheap tiny, shiny, brightly coloured packets for a few copper coins.

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M SURESH KUMAR

Under the ambitious scheme of the Union Government to replace conventional lights with LEDs across the country, the Municipal Council has embarked on a massive drive to execute the project in the city.

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V SENTHIL KUMAR

Traffic on the busy Andaman Trunk Road (ATR) remained disrupted for more than five hours last Sunday when a massive tree crashed near Morrice Dera beach in Middle Andaman. Normalcy restored after fire personnel, police and a private builders  joined forces to clear the debris.

Port Blair

The Chief Secretary, A&N Administration, Mr Anindo Majumdar launched 17 new e-forms covering four user Departments viz. DC Office, Electricity, Fisheries and Health at a function held in the conference hall of Secretariat on Tuesday.

Port Blair

A team of Food Safety Officials led by the District Food Safety Officer, South Andaman conducted surprise raids to unearth storage and distribution of contraband tobacco products at Dairyfarm, Haddo, Junglighat, Bathu Basti, Garacharma, Aberdeen village on Tuesday.

Port Blair

In its endeavour to protect the fragile environment of Port Blair City, the Municipal Council has initiated various steps towards the waste reduction, waste management as well to develop a better and scientific waste management system in accordance with environment ru

Port Blair

As part of National Sports Day celebration, the Students Union of DBRAIT organized a thrilling volleyball match between staff and students (both boys and girls). The match was won by the students, both girls and boys.

Port Blair

On the occasion of National Sports Day, local sportspersons were felicitated by Crescent Public School, Wimberly Gunj on Tuesday.

Port Blair

The State Level Meeting of District Youth Coordinators of Andaman and Nicobar Islands was organized recently at Nehru Yuva Kendra here which was chaired by Major General Dilawar Singh (Retd), Director General, Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan, HQ, New Delhi.

Port Blair

The Central Island Agricultural Research Institute (CIARI) has released the agromet bulletin for the period from Aug 30 to Sept 3, 2017. As per the bulletin, the CIARI forecast partly cloudy weather with light to moderate rainfall in the next five days.

Port Blair

Chinmaya Mission here organized competitions for the hostel inmates in and round the city on Monday. Pranab Kanya Sangh won the first prize in the patriotic song contest, while Seva Niketan bagged the second prize.

Port Blair

Indian Red Cross Society, A & N Branch conducted First-aid training followed by Mock Drill event for students/ trainees of Mahatma Gandhi College and Govt. Polytechnic Mayabunder on Tuesday. Dr.

Port Blair

As part of the 50th Engineers’ Day (15th September 2017) celebration, the Institution of Engineers (India), Andaman & Nicobar State Centre (IEI, ANSC) has invited nominations from Engineers (Graduate / Diploma) for award of Best Engineer-2017 award.

Port Blair

As a part of 63rd Wildlife Week Celebration, 2017, the Wildlife Division of Department of Environment and Forests, Haddo will organize the second Forest Martyrs Rolling Trophy Knockout Football Tournament in the second week of September, 2017 at JNRM Football Ground.

Port Blair

National Sports Day-2017 was celebrated in the Islands together with the rest of the country today, to mark the 112th birth anniversary of the Hockey Wizard, Major Dhyan Chand.

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C.Muthuswamy (B.Pharm)

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NEW DELHI

The Supreme Court today said it would first go through the crucial judgement on privacy before taking a call on Congress leader Jairam Ramesh's challenge to the Lok Sabha Speaker's decision to certify a bill to amend the Aadhaar law as a money bill.

NEW DELHI

Bhutan today welcomed the end of the 73-day standoff between Indian and Chinese troops in Dokalam and hoped it would help in ensuring peace and tranquillity at the tri-junction.

NEW DELHI

The CPI(M) will not be part of any electoral alliance involving the Congress though it will continue to be associated with JD(U) rebel Sharad Yadav's 'save composite culture' campaign, joined by opposition parties including the Congress, the Left party said today.

NEW DELHI

Union minister Thaawarchand Gehlot today expressed concern over the pendency of cases under the amended SC/ST Prevention  Atrocities Act and instructed states to develop mechanisms like setting up of special courts for their quick disposal.

Lucknow

Security has been stepped up in western Uttar Pradesh districts, bordering Haryana and Delhi, to check any spill over of the violence by the supporters of rape convict Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh in the state.

Chennai

The Madras High Court today directed prison officials to produce the entire  medical report of Rajiv Gandhi assassination case life convict Murugan after his niece claimed that he is observing fast unto death in prison and sought the court's intervention to save him.

NEW DELHI

In a relief to students who have qualified NEET examination, the Supreme Court has extended the deadline till September 7 for the final round of counselling to get admission in the MBBS and BDS courses for 2017-18 in deemed universities.

Rohtak

Convicted Dera Sacha Sauda sect head Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh did not have food last night in the Sunaria jail in Rohtak after he was sentenced to 20-year jail for raping two of his followers, a prison official said today.

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