Date wise Archive

Kolkata

An estimated 83.75 per cent students of the total 8,04,895 examinees passed class XII examinations, conducted by the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE), as per the results announced today.

Shillong

The situation was returning to normal in trouble-torn Shillong and curfew relaxed for nine hours today, a week after assault of local boys and subsequent clashes between protesters and security forces shattered peace in the hill station.

Bhubaneswar

Southwest monsoon hit Odisha today, two days ahead of the scheduled arrival iat the state, a senior meteorological department official said.

Kolkata

To mark the International Level Crossing Awareness Day and to bring awareness regarding safety at railway level crossings, Howrah Division of Eastern Railway (ER) observed Safety Awareness Campaign at Masagram station on June 7, 2018.

Durgapur

safety exhibition was organized inside the plant premises at the Merchant Mill during June 4 to June 8. The concluding program was held on June 8. A K Rath, CEO, DSP along with the senior officials of the plant visited the exhibition pavilion.

Kolkata

For upgradation work in connection with smooth running of trains with additional safety measure, six hrs.

Kolkata

To further improve its power distribution network, CESC will carry out maintenance work at Fortgloster Distribution Station on Monday, June 11.  Power supply may get affected in Bauria and adjoining areas between 10:30 am and 12:30 pm CESC regrets the inconvenience th

Kolkata

Railway Protection Force (RPF), Eastern Railway’s Howrah Division in coordination with IRCTC conducted a pre-planned concerted massive raid against 10 unauthorized travel agencies at different locations on 6.6.2018.

Kolkata

Metro Railway is taking special remedial action for failures which have occurred recently.  As directed by Ajay Vijayvargiya, general manager, Metro Railway, a thorough inspection is being carried out at Noapara Carshed on all aspects of maintenance which have recentl

Giridih

Security personnel on Thursday destroyed a Maoist bunker and seized a large quantity of explosives, arms and ammunition in Maoist-affected Giridih district on Thursday, police said.

Muzaffarpur

Altogether 550 cartons of India Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL) were seized from a truck by excise officials in Muzaffarpur district today, an official said.

Report by: 
ROOPA LALL

In a proud moment for Andaman and Nicobar Islands, the Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change has selected Radhanagar in Havelock, one of the top rated beaches in the world, for development as per global standards.

Report by: 
BALRAM SINGH

Normal lives came to a standstill after traders in the Great Nicobar region called a bandh on Thursday to protest against recurring shortage of essential commodities.  The impact of the strike was seen across region as shoppers who had come to the markets ended up having to return empty handed as they were caught unaware about the strike.

Port Blair

A two-day training for AYUSH Doctors and Yoga Instructors under Health Department, NAM & NHM (including RBSK) was jointly organized by the Directorate of Health Services and A & N State AYUSH Society at Auditorium, TGCE, Port Blair on ‘Yoga for Cancer and Endo

Port Blair

Under the influence of moderate to strong Southwest monsoon current, Strong southwesterly wind speed between 35 and 45 Kmph gusting to 55 Kmph and rough to very rough seas are likely along and off Andaman & Nicobar coasts.

Port Blair

Doordarshan Kendra, Port Blair will telecast a programme on Swachh  Bharath Abhiyan Pragati ke 4 saal – a programme on completion of 4  years of the Union Government at 5.30 pm on June 11.

Port Blair

As part of observance of Financial Literacy Week, RBI organized an Financial Literacy Camp (FLC) at Chouldhari Community Hall on consumer protection on Friday.

Port Blair

It has been reported that in different areas of Port Blair buildings are constructed without maintaining safe distances from High Tension / Low tension electricity lines, which is very dangerous to human lives.

Port Blair

The Adhyaksha, Zilla Parishad, South Andaman, Smt Baby Fareeda along with Mr Jaydeep Kumar, Zilla Parishad, South Andaman, Pradhan, Hopetown Mr P Madhusudhan Rao, Executive Engineer, ZPSA, Assistant Engineer, ZPSA inspected the land slide area at Hope town which took

Port Blair

The INCOIS Observatory, Hyderabad has forecast high waves in the range of 3.5 - 4.5 meters during 17:30 hours on 08-06-2018 to 23:30 hours of 10-06-2018 along the west coast of Andaman Islands from Ten Degree Channel to Coco Channel.

Port Blair

Due to landslides at different locations, the road stretch from Jirkatang to Middle Strait (NH-4) will remain closed for one day on June 9 for repairs, a release from the Deputy Commissioner of South Andaman said.

Author: 
Atul Malikram

In the course of changing time, we have seen various trend related to Advertisement, Marketing and Branding which gives a new hope in upcoming days. The important aspects are that the Digital Media, Social Media and Influencer Marketing are its foundations. The Importance of Increase in new trends on the advertising market and effect of Technology in Advertisement is important. Now Advertisement is not limited to newspaper and Television. A new trend is all about advertised your product on Social Media and in Digital Media.

Author: 
Aditya Aamir

A Kaala war is on in Tamil Nadu and neighbouring Karnataka, two states with links to Kaala superstar Rajinikanth, a man whose name recognition in distant shores – Japan to Singapore to sister-city Dubai – is like ‘Hail the Queen’ in the United Kingdom, where films walk through cinema halls in silent progression unlike in Tamil Nadu, where movies pass muster in theatres in vociferous glee as if to the cinema-born, which they are, especially a Rajinikanth-flick.

Former President Pranab Mukherjee’s speech at an RSS function at Nagpur on Thursday was on expected lines and belied the apprehensions of those critics who were angry at his having accepted the saffron outfit’s invitation, without even waiting for what he told his audience. Mukherjee reiterated that the soul of India resided in its pluralism, in tolerance and in its composite culture. He voiced his concern at the ‘increased violence around us’ – both physical and verbal.