Date wise Archive

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M SURESH KUMAR

A dawn-to-dusk bandh was observed by traders in different parts of Ferrargunj tehsil on Monday to protest the failure of the local administration to provide uninterrupted power supply and ensure repair and maintenance of road network in rural pockets of the South Andaman region.

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EOI BUREAU

In a big relief to a tsunami victim of remote Great Nicobar island, the Calcutta High Court has directed the UT Administration to disburse compensation for submerged land in favour of one T.Vindhan within three months.

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ROOPA LALL

The multi-disciplinary team of MIOT’s held a press meet at Megapode Nest on Monday to highlight how dedicated efforts by a team of doctors and their team starting from critical care, cardio thoracic, trauma, neuro surgery, nephrology, pulmonology, radiology, blood bank and microbiology, nurses and the physiotherapist saved a poly-trauma patient air-lifted from Port

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V SENTHIL KUMAR

Lack of basic amenities particularly hot water facility at Community Health Centre, Rangat, in Middle Andaman is taking a toll on patients in the region.

KOLKATA/SILIGURI

Balraj Joshi has taken over as Chairman and Managing Director of NHPC Limited, hydropower utility and a Schedule ‘A’ Enterprise of Government of India recently. Prior to his appointment as CMD, he held the position of Director (Technical), NHPC.

Port Blair

A cleanliness drive was organised under Swachhta Abhiyan as a part of Swachhta Hi Seva campaign at Bambooflat-II on Saturday. A mass cleanliness drive was carried out at all wards by cleaning roads, footpaths, debris of drains etc. by the students of Govt. Sr. Sec.

Port Blair

A  ’Block Level Neighbourhood Youth Parliament’  under the scheme of National Young Leaders Programme (NYLP) was organised by Nehru Yuva Kendra, Port Blair in association with Gram Panchayat Govind Nagar at Havelock No. 3 at the Gram Panchayat Hall on Saturday.

Port Blair

Mr. A. K. Trivedi, Director of Sport and Youth Affairs, A & N Administration visited Gram Panchayat Mannarghat last Saturday. Mr. O.

Port Blair

Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Nimbudera, N & M Andaman celebrated "Sarvatra Swachhta Diwas" on Monday along with Pradhan, Sarpanch, and other members of Gram Panchayat Basantipur.

Port Blair

Seva Niketan here will organize Sri Sri Sarbajanin Durga Puja from September 26 to October 1 and Sri Sri Kojagari Laxmi Puja on October 5. Programme is as follow:  (Wednesday) - Maha Saptami (Pushpanjali at 11.00 am to 12.00 noon.

Port Blair

Mr. M.Vinod, president, AATO led a delegation of tourism stakeholders to meet the Lt. Governor, in his office on Monday and discussed various tourism related issues through AATO letters and a recent joint representation.

Port Blair

The last date for filling-up the Examination forms for Term-End Examination for December  2017 session of Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has been extended up to 31st October 2017 without any late fee.

Port Blair

The Indian Meteorological Department, Kolkata has forecast heavy rain (07-11cm) at isolated places over Andaman & Nicobar islands in the next 24 hours.

Port Blair

SAAHSWT, Vasumathy Yoga Clinic and Arunodaya, One Stop Centre, Junglighat jointly organised Free Yoga and Naturopathy – Acupuncture, Varma, Guasa Therapy Camp recently at Arounodya Wellness Centre, Junglighat through the Guasa Therapist  experts Mr. C.

Port Blair

Led by Mr. K. Paramashivam, National Council Member BJYM and CCS Secretary with Mr.

Port Blair

This is for the information of all ration card holders registered with Fair Price Shop No. 494 allotted in the name of Smt. V. Latha situated at Nayagaon, Port Blair is hereby cancelled w.e.f. October  1, as per  the request of FPS owner.

Port Blair

As a part of 63rd Wildlife Week Celebration, an elocution competition will be organised for college students at 9.30 am on October  4, at Audio Visual Centre, Mini Zoo, Haddo.

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Amulya Ganguli

The ghoulish glee expressed in the celebratory tweets put out by Hindu “patriots” over the journalist Gauri Lankesh’s murder in Bengaluru, underlines the insane hatred against what a saffronite calls “Leftist, Naxal sympathizer, anti-establishment and anti-Hindu” people.

Author: 
L.S. Herdenia

All India Muslim Personal Board after its two-day meet here seems to have chosen the policy of no-confrontation with the government or judiciary on the issue of triple talaq. Reiterating its well-known stand of no interference in matters of Shariah, the Board gave a call for reform to end the practice of instant triple talaq.

The talk was on the air for quite some time that the Government wants to privatize the Railways. Now it is official. In an interview to The Hindu, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal has confirmed that the Government wants to “give operations of railway lines to private players for enhancing competition.” The Minister did not clarify competition with whom, The Indian Railways are wholly owned by the Government of India.