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Port Blair

International Women’s Day will be celebrated at the office premises of Rajiv Gandhi Co-operative Training Centre, Teylerabad at 10.30 am on March 8. The theme of the seminar will be ‘Press for Progress’.

Port Blair

Mr. Kuldeep Rai Sharma, president, Pradesh Congress Committee, A & N Islands and all leaders of Congress party have deeply mourned the sad demise of Ms. Sadhana Biswas, 67 years resident of Manpur wife of late Bimal Biswas, (ex-AICC member) and mother of Mr.

Port Blair

Mr. Vishal Jolly, Member, Home Ministry Advisory Committee in presence of Mr. O.

DIGLIPUR

Nehru Yuva Kendra, Port Blair organised a 7 day residential Adventure Camp from Feb 22, 2018 at Diglipur under the Scheme of National Programme for Youth Adolescent Development, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Govt. of India.

Port Blair

This is for the information of all the APL ration card holders that the Administration has decided to reduce 500 grams of rice per adult under APL category wef April 2018 onwards.

Author: 
Dr. Arun Mitra

The standing committee on health headed by Ram Gopal Yadav had called various stake holders to put forward their viewpoints on National Medical Commission (NMC). Since health is an issue of concern to all, such consultative process is a welcome step. The process to revamp medical regulation started after the Supreme Court took cognizance of malfunctioning of the Medical Council of India (MCI) and directed for a new system, which would redress the ills in the MCI with a view to streamlining the medical education and healthcare in the country.

Author: 
G. Srinivasan

The apex bank, while unveiling the sixth bi-monthly annual monetary policy statement for the current fiscal on February 7 in Mumbai, justified its neutral policy stance for the present, contending that crude oil prices have firmed up sharply since August 2017, driven by both demand and supply factors. Neutral policy provides the flexibility to move either direction if the situation warrants a gear change in the meanwhile.

Indian army chief Gen Bipin Rawat has cautioned the country that Pakistan, with the help of China, is carrying on a proxy war against India by a “planned’ influx of people from Bangladesh into the north-eastern part of India. To buttress his point he has claimed that a political party in the north-east, the AIUDF, has been growing faster than the BJP. The General did not explain two things. First, if Pakistan is carrying on a planned influx of Bangladeshis into India’s north-east, what the Indian Border Security Force is doing to prevent this ‘influx’?

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