Date wise Archive

Report by: 
EOI BUREAU

The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India has censured the Andaman and Nicobar Police (ANP) for tardy implementation of the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and Systems (CCTNS) project, which was envisaged to re-engineer processes and integrate various levels of the Police Department with other stakeholders in a single network.

Report by: 
KURMA RAO

Committed to fast-pace developmental activities and address public concerns on priority, the Lt. Governor, A & N Islands, Admiral DK Joshi (retd) held at public meeting at APWD Guest House here on Thursday.

Report by: 
KURMA RAO

Swachh Bharat Parv was observed by Gram Panchayat, Shivapuram in Middle Andaman on Wednesday. To celebrate the occasion, a cleanliness drive was conducted in different government offices located in the region.

Report by: 
ROOPA LALL

The Police have booked a 19 year Minnie Bay for committing burglary at a steel yard recently. Two juveniles found involved in the offence were let off with a warning.

Port Blair

As J Fisher, Britain’s best-loved, but little known, comedy entertainer puts it, “humour is a great way to lighten any atmosphere and laughing is a sure fire way to brighten your outlook”, people gathered in the auditorium of Govt.

Port Blair

The Coast Guard conducted a felicitation ceremony for CG ships, Air Units and CG Stations based in Andaman and Nicobar region on Wednesday.

Port Blair

The mystique of PC Sorcar Junior still goes strong at mesmerizing the audiences with his mastery.

Port Blair

The Indian Coast Guard is the Central Coordinating Agency (CCA) for responding to oil spill that occurs in the Maritime Zones of India.

Port Blair

The Andaman & Nicobar Pradesh Mahila Congress Committee under the aegis All India Mahila Congress Committee staged a protest at Tiranga Park recently to protest against the BJPs’ complicity in the Kathua and Unnao rape cases.

Port Blair

The Gram Swachhta Diwas was celebrated in Gram Panchyat Shoal Bay on Wednesday. Mr Naresh Chandra Lal, Padma Shree Awardee, attended the function and appreciated Smt Mary Pushpa, Pradhan, Gram Panchayat, Shoal Bay for genuine efforts in keeping the village clean.

Port Blair

The office of the Deputy Commissioner, South Andaman, has received some suggestions pertaining to question paper/answer keys for the written examination held for the post of Patwari recently.

Port Blair

To facilitate the students of Andaman & Nicobar Islands, the IGNOU Regional Centre will organize special video class on April 21 from 10 am to 1 pm for Public Administration on Zilla Prashasan, Nagrik Evam Prashasan, Police Prashasan, Police Public Relationship (E

Port Blair

Continuing with its crackdown on illegal sale of IMFL, intelligence was developed and one person was arrested after recovery of huge quantity of IMFL. On the 15th of this month, based on reliable information SHO Humfrygunj alongwith ASI R.B.S.

Port Blair

The team of PS Pahargaon has solved three burglary cases in a record time proving their skills and determination towards dealing such crimes.

Port Blair

Under the influence of Congress party, a malicious and scandalous PIL was filed before the Supreme Court of India seeking constitution of Special Investigation Team (SIT) to investigate the death case of Justice B.H.Loya.

Author: 
Barun Das Gupta

Nepal Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli came to New Delhi on a three-day visit last week. The tone for the talks he had with the Indian side was set by Oli himself. Three days before he left for Delhi, Oli told the Nepali Parliament that he would not sign any agreement with India at the cost of Nepal’s pride and prestige and national interest. Also, that he would not sign any new agreements but urge the implementation of the ongoing projects.

Author: 
L.S. Herdenia

Whatever steps Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister takes to win over voters prove counterproductive. He decided to raise the retirement age of government servants from 60 to 62 years. He expected that this decision will add the votes of state government employees and their families to his vote bank. But this decision did not please a substantial number of government servants themselves. Besides, the government had to face the wrath of unemployed youth, whose number runs into several lakhs.

Cricket lovers will be happy at Sourav Ganguly becoming president of the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB), succeeding Jagmohan Dalmiya who suddenly passed away a few days ago. Dalmiya had turned cricket into a multi-million-dollar industry. Dalmiya had successfully made India the country that came to dominate world cricket, marginalizing the White teams like England, Australia and South Africa that traditionally controlled the game. Sourav has inherited a legacy that he has to live up to and be worthy of.