Date wise Archive


"I am not a racist," US President Donald Trump has said as he sought to steer clear of the controversy surrounding his reported derogatory remarks against immigrants from Haiti and Africa.


Sri Lanka's Supreme Court has informed President Maithripala Sirisena that the duration of his term of office is five years after he sought the apex court's opinion on whether he can continue in office until 2021.


A 51-year-old Railway Protection Force official allegedly attempted suicide by jumping in front of a train at suburban Kurla station today.


Four Haryana-based farmers have been booked for allegedly grabbing agriculture land in Shamli district, police said today.


Kargil town in Ladakh region froze at minus 20 degrees Celsius on Sunday night even as the minimum temperature across Kashmir continued to remain several degrees below the freezing point owing to dry weather.

Bareilly (UP)

Two women patients were today killed after being trapped in the fire that broke out in ICU of a private hospital here on Stadium road, police said. The fire broke out in the wee hours in which patients Rajbala (32) and Mangla Devi (41) died, they said.


A man has been arrested for allegedly stealing a police uniform and impersonating a cop, police said today. The man, who runs a hotel in Delhi, had parked his car outside media house at Film City, following which the guards defaulted his car's tyres, they said.


The Kadapa Police have arrested two Bangladeshi nationals for allegedly duping people here by supplying counterfeit American currency notes in the name of exchanging money.


Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adtiyanath is non-committal on the release of the controversial film 'Padmaavat' in the state.


Puducherry Lt Governor Kiran Bedi has welcomed the "attitudinal change" in welfare minister M Kandasamy, who had said he would not make any hostile comment against her from now on.


A Naxal was gunned down today in an encounter with security forces at a forest in Chhattisgarh's Rajnandgaon district, police said.


In another case of brutal sexual assault in Haryana, a 50-year-old man was arrested for allegedly mutilating the private parts of a 10-year-old girl by inserting a wooden object, police said today.


Former state minister Anand Asnotikar today quit BJP and joined the Janata Dal Secular, ahead of the upcoming Assembly elections in Karnataka.


The Goa government today filed a brief summary of arguments before the Mahadayi Water Dispute Tribunal in Delhi amidst its dispute with Karnataka over the diversion of the river's waters.


The three-day session of the Delhi Assembly began on a stormy note today, with the AAP legislators raising the issue of the ongoing sealing drive against properties which are allegedly in violation of municipal norms.


Security forces have been put on a heightened alert in Kashmir following inputs of a possible militant attack in the city ahead of the Republic Day celebrations, police said today.


The Kamala Mills compound blaze that claimed 14 lives has shaken the conscience of society and is an eye-opener, the Bombay High Court said today, and held that the tragedy was a result of the administration's failure to ensure strict adherence to fire safety norms.

Major Humfrey Strait Bridge to become reality by 2020
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Unfazed by allegations of slack execution of development projects particularly maintenance of National Highway stretches in this territory, the National Highway and Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (NHIDCL) is making steady advancement in the construction of two major bridges in Middle Andaman.

Port Blair

On the occasion of the  70th Army Day, a special Sainik Sammelan was organised by the Army Component of Andaman & Nicobar Command in Brichgunj Military Station, Port Blair.

Port Blair

A special drive to ascertain the quality of milk was conducted last month in South Andaman District during which altogether 41 milk vendors were inspected.

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Upset over illegal sale of liquor, villagers of Mithakhari in South Andaman have levelled allegations against a woman, resident of Ranchi Basti area under Ward No.

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Residents from different parts of Great Nicobar celebrated the harvest festival, Pongal, with great zeal and fervour on Sunday. People prepared traditional food and offered prayers to the Sun God, while houses were decked up with drawings made of flour (called 'Kolam' in Tamil) and decorated homes with mango leaves and strings of flowers.

Port Blair

BRW Music Wing presented a super-hit shows during the Beachfest  on January  11, 13 and 14 at Wandoor and Corbyn’s Cove.  Suneeta the anchor along with Abhijit, Pawan, Ramzan  and  Wasi (Nicobari) the singers, enthralled the audiences with heart-warming presentations.

Port Blair

A&N Traffic Police is observing 29th Road Safety Week from 15th to 21st January, 2018. As part of the observance, road safety lectures were delivered on various topics by Inspector H. L. Tiwari at Govt. Model Sr. Sec. School, SI K. N. Mishra at Govt. Sr. Sec.

Port Blair

The worldwide Head of the Chinmaya Mission, Swami Swaroopananda Saraswati will be delivering the special talks “Real answers to real problems’ from Jan 17 to 21, 2018 in the mission auditorium. The talks will be held from 6 pm to 7.30 pm.

Port Blair

Farmers Meet 2018 was organised by Agriculture Department in association with Gram Panchayat Mithakhari at Community Hall Ograbraj on Monday with a welcome note by Mr. Sanjib Kr. Mandal, Zilla Parishad Member, Mithakhari Constituency. Mr.

Port Blair

The Vishwa Hindu Parishad, A & N Islands, celebrated Makar Sankranti and Pongal on Sunday at Corbyn’s Cove.

Port Blair

The Principal, staff and trainees of Tagore Government College of Education, Port Blair deeply mourn the sad and untimely demise of Mr. Beant Singh, Former Director of Education on Sunday at G.B. Pant Hospital, Port Blair.

Port Blair

The State President of BJP A&N Islands Mr. Vishal Jolly and Party workers has condoled the demise of Mr. Beant Singh, Ex- Director, Dept. of Education and Sport on 14.01.2018 at GB Pant Hospital.

Port Blair

The Non-Gazetted Govt. Officers’ Association, Andaman and Nicobar Islands have condoled on the demise of Mr Beant Singh,  former Director of Education, Andaman & Nicobar Islands. He was 84 and passed away on Sunday at GB Pant Hospital after a cardiac arrest.