Date wise Archive

Major chakka jam cripples surface transport in North Andaman
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KURMA RAO

The chakka jam called by villagers of Rampur and Karmatang in North Andaman crippled road transport services on Monday. Held at Danapur Junction, the agitation was led by Up-Pradhan, Mr Anandraj, Sarpanch, Pariya, Pradhan Naw Sevia, ex-Pradhan of Rampur, Saw Thompson and social worker, Colostica.

Report by: 
ROOPA LALL

Take a look at the beautiful and local handicrafts displayed at the Udyog Parisar Complex in Middle Andaman. An interesting mix of designs, displayed at the complex, is sure to take all by the stunning creativity of local artisans from across these islands.

Port Blair

Mr. Bishnu Pada Ray, Member of Parliament A&N Islands had sent a letter bearing No. 03/MP/ANI/MHA/2018/02 dated 09-01-2018 to Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt.

Port Blair

Mr. Anindo Majumder, Chief Secretary, A&N Administration inaugurated the renovated Tehsil Office building and also the e-Corner at Ferrargunj.

EOI IMPACT
Report by: 
BALRAM SINGH

Acting promptly on the report published in this daily, the Indian Oil Corporation and ANIIDCO initiated steps for rectification of faults in the recently inaugurated fuel station here.

Port Blair

In another daring act, the Class XII student of MES School in Wimberlygunj, turned snake catcher, rescued two huge King Cobras on Monday.

Port Blair

A 6-day hands-on training programme on Advanced Rural Poultry Production was conducted by Division of Animal Science, ICAR-CIARI, Port blair from  March 5 to 10.  A total of 54 farmers including 44 female and 10 tribal farmers participants of South Andaman and Little

Port Blair

A one-day workshop for Measles-Rubella Vaccination Campaign was conducted on Sunday in the auditorium of Govt. Model Sr. Sec. School Port Blair. All nodal teachers of South Andaman District including private schools participated in the campaign. Dr. A.

Port Blair

The first Type-Test on Computer has been scheduled at  the National Informatics Centre (NIC), Andaman State Unit, GPOA Complex, Ranchi Basthi, Port Blair on March 24 and 25, i.e. Saturday & Sunday.

Port Blair

There will be no public hearing by the Lt Governor at Raj Niwas on 13.03.2018.

Mayabunder

The former Pramukh of Panchayat Samiti, Mayabunder N&M Andaman, Mr.

Port Blair

A meeting of the Central Executive Committee and office-bearers of various branches and sub committees of Non-Gazetted Govt.

Port Blair

The 144th Board Meeting of Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) held at Mumbai at Hotel Trident under the chairmanship of Mr Prasoon Joshi on Saturday.

Port Blair

In a first, two ex-students of DBRAIT, Ms.Priyanka and Mr Shubham Shukla got commissioned to Indian Army as officers from OTA Chennai, thus bringing laurels not only for institute but also for Islands. Lt. Priyanka, daughter of Smti.

Author: 
S. Sethuraman

The biggest scandal in India's banking sector - an alleged 11,400 crore fraud involving Punjab National Bank and diamond merchant Nirav Modi and associates -- coming to light in January  2018 -- will  pep up the state poll campaigns, leading to Lok Sabha elections 2019.

Author: 
G. Srinivasan

At a time when the country’s ailing banking industry, particularly the proverbial public sector banks (PSBs) suffering from balance sheet woes, is being bandaged by the first tranche of a capital infusion of Rs 88.139 crore as part of a jumbo Rs 2.11 lakh crore rescue package, the murky affairs in the country’s second biggest bank, the Punjab National Bank of India (PNB), has surfaced to the dismay of the authorities.

For all the party supremo’s warnings and remonstrations, the feuds within the Trinamool Congress go on unabated. The victims are members of the rival faction, or their relations, or totally innocent people who have nothing to do with politics or, in some cases, members of the police force. Extortion or tolabaji has become rampant, so are the ‘armed struggles’ for area domination. Despite Mamata Banerjee’s stern warnings that these will not be tolerated, there is no sign of their abating.