Date wise Archive

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A. S. Music and Dance is organising a Musical Night on the birth anniversary of Mr. Udit Narayan, Bollywood Playback Singer on Dec 17, 2017 at Anthropological Museum, Opposite Bengali Club from 5.30 pm. Ms. Mumtaz Bano will be the chief guest and Mr. A. H.

Port Blair

Mr. Kuldeep Rai Sharma, Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) President, and Ms. Upasana Prasad, Councillor of Ward no 13 have condoled the death of Late. Mohd.Ismail, Retired Pump Driver of Marine Department, son of Late Rahamatullah, resident of Junglighat.

Port Blair

Under Swachhta Pakhwada by Indian Coast Guard, Swachhta awareness campaign and cleanliness drives at different places of Andaman and Nicobar Islands were conducted on Thursday.

Port Blair

Three day In-service training programme (Under Centrally Sponsored Scheme for Teacher Education) on “Content Enrichment and Pedagogy” for Graduate Trained Teachers for South Andaman Zone was organized at   Dr.S.Radhakrishnan District Institute of Education & Train

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Mr Vishal Jolly, State President BJP, A&N Islands has met the Lt. Governor, A&N Islands, at Raj Nivas on Thursday. During the meeting, various present and future development issues were discussed. Mr Vishal Jolly has requested the Lt.

Port Blair

YMCA will organize Ecumenical Christmas Carol Service on Dec 16, 2017 from 5.30 pm at Jubilee Sadan auditorium, Bishop House Campus, Lamba Line.

Author: 
Sushil Kutty

It is been a year since Jayalalithaa passed away and the AIADMK splintered. Her aide Sasikala in in jail and O Panneerselvam, her choice to fill in as chief minister the two times she went to jail, got the upper hand, though he could not take it to the logical conclusion as that honour went E Palaniswami’s way.
Sasikala is the big loser. She sought to take over the party as well as the government but failed on both counts. But her absence has not helped AIADMK to coalesce. The divisions and individual ambitions remain.

Author: 
Anjan Roy

Sometimes inaction is as important as action. The Reserve bank of India on December 6 kept its basic policy rate – called the repo rate – unchanged at 6 per cent. Industry and business felt disappointed, saying that the RBI could have cut its repo rate and thus encouraged fresh investment.

The Prime Minister has levelled very serious allegations against senior leaders of the Congress party, including the former Vice-President and the former Prime Minister of India. At an election rally in Palanpur in North Gujarat last Sunday, Prime Minister Modi accused the Congress leaders of plotting with Pakistani officials to bring about the BJP’s defeat in the Gujarat elections. This is too serious an allegation to be dismissed as mere poll propaganda.

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