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ROOPA LALL

Considering the vulnerability profile of Andaman and Nicobar Islands in view of its proximity to subduction zone and less time availability for issue of tsunami warnings, the Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS) has undertaken a massive project to establish a network of strong motion sensors with Global Positioning System (GPS) in35 differe

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KURMA RAO

The Director General of Police, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Smt Nuzhat Hassan inaugurated the newly constructed Fire Station building at Deopur in North Andaman and government quarters for Police personnel at Lucknow on Sunday.

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V SENTHIL KUMAR

The Assistant Commissioner of Rangat, Mr Piyush Rohankar inaugurated the first Kisan Mela at Billyground on Saturday. Different government departments functioning in the district have put up stalls in the mela which will showcase benefits of different government schemes during the five-day mela.

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LOKNATH PATRA

Durgvijai Singh ‘Deep’ after working most of his life as an award winning journalist with All India Radio (AIR), is a Hindi poet and playwright of national standing.

Port Blair

A one-day Symposium - ‘EURONICS-2K18’ was organised by Electronics and Communication Engineering Department of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Pahargaon, Port Blair on Saturday in the conference hall of the institute.

Port Blair

As part of Coast Guard week celebrations 2018, an eye check-up camp was organised by Coast Guard Wives Welfare Association (CGWWA) at CGWWA Welfare Centre on Sunday in collaboration with Rohin’s Eye Hospital, Port Blair.

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Barun Das Gupta

State Assembly elections to three north-eastern States – Tripura, Meghalaya and Nagaland – will be held next month. Tripura goes to polls on February 18, while Meghalaya and Nagaland on February 27. The results will be out on March 3. In the last five years the political scenario in the north-east has changed a lot, with the Congress declining and the BJP emerging as a major political player.

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Arun Srivastava

Prakash Karat might have been feeling ecstatic at his victory. The Central Committee members endorsed his political line of ‘no alliance, no understanding with the Congress’. But the BJP is celebrating his triumph.Karat and his comrades have made the task of making a clean sweep of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections easy for the BJP.It has been claimed that a 26-party front has already been floated, but no one knows more about it. This is nothing but a bunch of paper tigers nursing regional aspirations devoid of a national perspective.

Jammu and Kashmir seems to have been thrown into yet another political crisis following Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti’s order to the State police to register an FIR against a major and some jawans of the Indian army who had shot dead two youths who were allegedly pelting stones on the troops. The BJP is furious and some leaders of the party are openly asking for breaking the BJP-PDP ruling alliance and ‘topple’ the State Government headed by Mehbooba Mufti.