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Kolkata

A brain dead 15-year-old has brought joy to at least five people who received her two kidneys, liver, corneas and skin graft in the city.A spokesman of the state-run Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education & Research (IPGMER), SSKM Hospital, said today that M

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EOI BUREAU

In a major relief for students, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has directed all schools affiliated to the Board to ensure strict adherence to the provisions of National Curriculum Framework (NCF), 2005 relating to curriculum load.

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ROOPA LALL

More than 60 villagers along with PRI members staged a massive demonstration at Bakultala last Thursday to protest against unprecedented power-cuts in and around Urmilapur in Middle Andaman. The protest was led by Pradhan of Urmilapur, Mr Biswajeet Mondal.

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JYOTI

Filth, garbage greets people at Mohanpura

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ROOPA LALL

Bike hits Jeep at Machi Line

Port Blair

Tourism being the most flourishing industry in these Islands, knowledge of more than one foreign language by the islanders has become very essential for a promising future.

Port Blair

Nehru Yuva Kendra, Diglipur organized Swachhata Pakhwada from 1st to 15th August, 2018 at Madhupur, Laxmipur, Sitanagar, Subashgram , Shyamnagar,Ramnagar etc. villages of Diglipur zone.

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EOI CORRESPONDENT

Duke Fashions (India) Limited a leading selling T-shirts brand in India, has recently honoured with “FICO- Excellence Award” for their excellence and distinguished services in textile sector by Federation of Industrial and Commercial Organization (FICO) at Micro Small and Medium Enterprises Development Institute (MSME-DI), Ludhiana.

Port Blair

The Indian Meteorological Department, Kolkata has forecast heavy rain (07-11) cm at one or two places over Andaman & Nicobar Islands in the next 24 hours.

Port Blair

The First year classes for Diploma Programme at Govt Polytechnic Diglipur which was scheduled to start from 20/08/2018 has been postponed to 27/08/2018, due to some administrative reason.

Port Blair

To mark the 72nd Independence Day, Aditya Natya Academy organized a drawing competition on Thursday. In Group A, S.Maheshraaja (class-III, Mahatma Gandhi International school) bagged 1st prize while M.A.Mahalashmi(class-II)& Aditi Ghosh (class-IV) Kamaraj Eng.

Port Blair

The INCOIS Observatory, Hyderabad has forecast high waves in the range of 3.5 - 3.8 meters between 17:30 hours on 18-08-2018 to 23:30 hours of 20-08-2018 along the west coast of Andaman Islands from Ten Degree Channel to Coco Channel.  Current speeds may vary between

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Sankar Ray

Political breeze in Islamabad stinks as the foul smell of many a compromise takes away fragrance from the hitherto street-smart Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf president Imran Khan Niazi as he had to compromise unethically to ensure a stable government. If all goes well, the formal announcement of Prime Minister (obviously ‘King Khan himself) will coincide with finalised results of National Assembly and provincial assemblies. The PTI chief will swear in at the Aiwan-e-Sadr, the residence of President of Pakistan Mamnoon Hussain on 11 August.

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Gyan Pathak

Poverty is no crime, because a poor man does not commit a crime by not being able to overcome his poverty. He is rather a victim of the complex socio-political system that makes him poor, keeps him so, and exact penalty for not being able to overcome his poverty. The banks in India under the present dispensation is precisely doing the same. They have raised about Rs 5,000 crore in penalty from the poor account holders in the financial year ending March 31, 2018 for their failure to maintain sufficient bank balance.

Several States this year have received excessive rainfall like Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Punjab, Maharashtra and Kerala. Kerala have been the worst hit. Already 164 persons have been killed and the death toll is mounting. Twelve out of the State’s fourteen districts have been affected, bringing normal life to a standstill. Nearly 2.23 lakh persons have been forced to abandon their hearts and homes and take shelter in relief camps. Extensive damage has been caused to crops and property. Roads and bridges have been washed away in the fury of the floods.