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Kolkata

Train services on the Sealdah-Naihati Section of Eastern Railway’s Sealdah Division were disrupted since 17.50 hrs today as some persons squatted on the railway track at Belghoria station in protest against knocking down of a person aged about 20 years by  31625 Up Se

Kolkata

One Passenger Special train will run between Adra and Midnapur on the path of 58026 Hatia-Kharagpur Passenger & 58026 Hatia-Kharagpur Passenger will remain cancelled on 17.11.17, 18.11.17 and 19.11.17 due to Yard modification and Commissioning of new Electronic In

Report by: 
ROOPA LALL

Defective Flight Information Display System at the Veer Savarkar International (VSI) Airport here has left air travellers annoyed and exhausted for the past several days.

Report by: 
M SURESH KUMAR

Stray cattle impounded

Port Blair

In a huge relief for lakhs of students pursuing studies in schools affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the Board has extended the time limit for corrections in name, date of birth, parents’ name in their mark sheet.

Port Blair

An 11-member press team of journalists, columnists, civil and defence officials is now touring Andaman Islands to get exposure regarding various ongoing development projects. The team met Chief Secretary of A&N Islands, Mr.

Port Blair

Indian Coast Guard rescued a motorised Dinghy ‘Sindhu Sagar’ in distress along with three crew members off Shoal Bay, Baratang on Sunday.

Port Blair

An intra-college competition on ‘Legal Rights of Women in India’ to create legal awareness among students was organised jointly by National Commission for Women, New Delhi and Andaman Law College here.

Port Blair

The Youth Club Ograbraj (YCOB) celebrated its 40th Foundation Day last Saturday at Netaji Bhawan, Ograbraj with great fanfare. Mr. Udit Prakash Rai, Deputy Commissioner, South Andaman was the chief guest and he released the club’s annual report - 2017.

Havelock

A block-level knockout football tournament was held by Nehru Yuva Kendra, Port Blair in association with Santi Sangh Youth Club, Govind Nagar, Havelock at GSSS Play Ground, Govind Nagar recently. It was inaugurated by Mr.

CAMPBELL BAY

Nehru Yuva Kendra, organised a three-day training programme on Youth Leadership and Community Development recently at Recreation Hall, Kamal Basti where 40 youths participated. Mr. D. Jayaraman, Panchayat Samity member was the chief guest whereas Mr. K.

Port Blair

There will be no Public Hearing by the Lt Governor at Raj Niwas on 14.11.2017.

Author: 
Subrata Majumder

The success of Modinomics, or say Make in India, has been endorsed by World Bank in its recent Ease of Doing Business (EODB) series of 2017. It ramped up India’s ranking from 130 to 100 in the survey. Though it is abysmally low, the spurt in score was a significant achievement. India was the first nation which could get such a big leap within a year in the survey.

Author: 
Arun Srivastava

While Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar introduced quota provision in the outsourced government jobs, he also strongly argued for bringing in the private sector under the ambit of the reservation policy.
With this Nitish could boast of Bihar being the first state in India to have reservation in the outsourced government services. This decision of the state government would mean that now the jobs of class III and class IV outsourced to private agencies will have to be filled according to the legal provisions of reservation.

Violence is the antithesis of development. While the Prime Minister continuously harps on development – his main plank in poll campaign in Gujarat is Vikaas or development – his followers indulge in violence. The form of violence varies from physical to verbal to legal. The primary targets are non-Hindus but liberal Hindus are not being spared either. Hindus have to accept unquestioningly the Hindutva as defined by the bigoted.