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Port Blair

The Member of Parliament, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Mr Bishnu Pada Ray has asked a Starred Question in the Lok Sabha seeking details about the present status of laying of Submarine Optical Fibre Cable from Chennai to Port Blair and expected time limit for completio

Port Blair

The type-test for recruitment of LGC in Port Blair Municipal Council, scheduled for March 3 and 4 was postponed after it was observed that candidates were not comfortable with the software prepared for the type-test.

Port Blair

The President and other senior officials of the Andaman Chamber of Commerce and Industry interacted with the Ambassadors from Nordic Countries of  Denmark H.E. Mr. Peter Taksoe – Jensen, Finland H.E. Ms. Nina Vaskunlahti,  Iceland H.E. Mr.

Port Blair

The Chairperson, Port Blair Municipal Council Mr. Indra Pal Singh, along with Mr. Yaspal Garg, Secretary PBMC and team of Engineering Branch inspected the Dharamshala near the Dugong Guest House in Aberdeen Bazar area recently.

Port Blair

ANIIDCO in association with ICICI bank has introduced SMS based Advance Indenting System for sale of milk and milk products.

Port Blair

All vendors/participants, who have registered their name w.e.f.

Port Blair

Representatives of Island Development Organization (IDO) recently visited GB Pant Hospital. During the visit, Mr Selvam, General Secretary, IDO, interacted with patients most of whom complained about shortage of drinking water facility in the hospital.

Port Blair

Mr. Kuldeep Rai Sharma, president, Andaman Nicobar Pradesh Congress Committee and all leaders of Congress party have deeply mourned the sad demise of Ms.

Port Blair

A 2-day workshop on the Application of Outcome Based Education was held at Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Port Blair on March 2 and 3  for the entire faculties of BRAIT. Dr.

Port Blair

The one week Refresher Course for the Deputy Rangers of the Department of Environment & Forests commenced at Forest Training Institute (FTI), Wimberlygunj on 5th March, 2018. Mr. S. K.

Port Blair

The Port Blair Municipal Council bid farewell to three of its employees, Mr. P. Mol Raj, Lineman, Mr. P. Muthu, Sr. Sanitary Supervisor and Mr.

Author: 
Dr. S. Ganesan

Women’s and gender studies are emerging and growing areas of academic enquiry today. To have a deeper under studying of formulation of empowerment, one must be exposed to cultural, literary, political and socio-economic dimensions within gender frame works. There is a need to deconstruct the complex power hierarchies and relationships operating in society, from the perspective of women and gender.

Author: 
Amulya Ganguli

It will be unwise to dismiss BJP M.P VinayKatiyar’s warning about converting the Taj Mahal to “our temple”, the Tejo mandir, as the hate rant of a well-known rabble-rouser.
It has to be acknowledged that the Sangh parivar generally gives advance notice of its game plans. For instance, the first indication that it was targeting the Babri masjid was given by the VHP in 1985 when it spoke of how Babur had a mosque built by demolishing a temple marking Lord Ram’s birthplace to humiliate the Hindus.

Author: 
Arun Srivastava

It may sound bizarre but the fact remains that the RSS has put its entire might to weaken and erode the support base of chief minister Nitish Kumar. RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat zeroing in on the farmers is the candid example of this strategy. RSS is aware that it would be a tough proposition to win over the OBCs, EBCs and Dalits and persuade them to sever their relations with their mentors. In this backdrop, in order to spread in Bihar, the best choice has been the farmers. It is not that the farmers exist in isolation.

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has announced that a new university will be set up, this one in South Dinajpur district. There are twenty-six universities in the State now but the quality of education has been declining steadily. Now there are demands that students who did not attend classes for the requisite number of days should also be allowed to sit for examination. The pressure to get the students passed, regardless of their standard of education, is there and not in West Bengal alone.

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