Date wise Archive

Port Blair

As per UGC, all Higher Educational Institution are required to undertake “Swachhta He Sewa (SHS)”, an initiative launched by Prime Minister in their respective institutions and nearby localities.

Port Blair

All India Radio here will broadcast LIVE phone –in programme in Bangla language tomorrow. The topic of discussion is “Viral fever and Diarrhea- reasons and treatment”. The programme will be broadcast LIVE from 5.30 pm to 6 pm. Dr.

Port Blair

A special gram sabhs meeting of Bambooflat-2 Panchayat will be held on Oct 2, 2018 in the community hall at Valluvar Nagar on ‘People Plan Campaign’ with the theme ‘Sabki Yojana Sabka Vikas’.

Port Blair

SAHYOG, a Non Government Organization in association with Andaman Nicobar Industrial Entrepreneurs Association organized a cleanliness drive under the Swachhta Hi Sewa campaign. During the program, Mr. GP Mishra, President, SAHYOG, Mr.

Port Blair

The Annual General Body meeting of the Shipping Department Sub-Committee of the Non-Gazetted Govt. Officers’ Association was held recently at Port Blair.

Port Blair

As part of the Core Programme of Nehru Yuva Sangathan, a Block Level Inter Youth Club Foot Ball Knockout Tournament organized at Mini Stadium, Campbell Bay from 21-24 September, 2018. In this Tournament total 17 teams were participated.

Port Blair

The Chairperson of Port Blair Municipal Council, Smti Anusia Devi visited thevb Dairyfarm area (Ward No:16) on Tuesday. Smt S Usha, Ward Councillor and engineers of the Council were also present for the visit.

Port Blair

Doordarshan Kendra, Port Blair will telecast a Krishi Live Phone-in-programme on 26.09.2018, Wednesday from 1730 hrs to 1800 hrs. In this programme, expert Mr L B Singh, Sr.

Port Blair

The Central Island Agricultural Research Institute has released the agromet bulletin for farmers for the period from Sept 23 to 30, 2018. In the bulletin, CIARI forecast partly cloudy weather with moderate rainfall is likely to occur in the next next five days.

Port Blair

The president, Pradesh Congress Committee, A & N Islands, Mr Kuldeep Rai Sharma  and other leaders  of  the  party have deeply mourned the   sad   demise of  Mr Narayan Ch. Debnath, ex-president, Diglipur Block Congress Committee  on Tuesday.

Port Blair

The Nehru Yuva Kendra, Diglipur celebrated the birthday of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya at Shyamnagar on Tuesday in which 43 male and female participants were participated from adjoining youth club and Mahila Mondals of Diglipur zone.

Port Blair

MakeMyTrip Ltd., India’s leading online travel company today hosted its annual hotel recognition programme - Star Partners Award in Port Blair and Havelock. As India’s market leader in online travel and accommodation sector - MakeMyTrip Ltd.

Author: 
Dr. S. Ganesan Regional Director, IGNOU

Both the wire-phone (land line) and wireless phone (mobile) are giving same audio signal for voice communication purpose. In similar manner, the regular colleges and distance education institutes provide learning experiences, (knowledge) for students. How can we say one mode is superior or inferior to other? Is it wise to differentiate? Let us try to understand the concept of Open and Distance Learning System.


 

 

Hyderabad

A video purportedly showing a group of Muslim men in a mosque pledging their support to the TRS in the upcoming Telangana Assembly polls in the presence of a state minister has gone viral, prompting the chief electoral officer to order a probe.

Jaipur

Former Union minister Jaswant Singh's son and Sheo MLA Manvendra Singh is the latest among the disgruntled leaders who might dent the BJP's hold among key communities ahead of the Assembly elections, party workers say.

Mumbai

Attacking its ally for retaining an "ailing" Manohar Parrikar as Goa chief minister, the Shiv Sena today criticised the "cruel and inhuman politics" of the BJP and alleged the party was scared about losing the state.

Srinagar

The Jammu and Kashmir government today said the resignation of special police officers (SPOs), who have borne the brunt of militant attacks, was "negligible" and is restricted to certain areas of south Kashmir only.

Srinagar

National Conference (NC) spokesperson Junaid Azim Mattu resigned from the party today over its decision to boycott the upcoming local body and panchayat polls. Mattu said he would contest the municipal polls from Srinagar to serve the people.

NEW DELHI

The Supreme Court today took strong exception to BJP Delhi president and MP Manoj Tiwari for allegedly violating its directions on the sealing of illegal structures in the national capital, and said that being an MP does not give him liberty to take the law in his han

Kolkata

The ABVP today  took out a rally in Kolkata in support of the proposed bandh tomorrow called by BJP, burning effigies of  Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and demanding  immediate resignation of state Education minister Partha Chatterjee over the killing of two students

Kolkata

The Calcutta High Court Tuesday adjourned by a day the hearing of a PIL seeking direction to the BJP to withdraw its West Bengal bandh call on Wednesday to protest the killing of two students in North Dinajpur district.

Kolkata

The IIT Kharagpur has developed a community supported supply of purified drinking water project at Porapara in West Midnapore district.

Kolkata

Come Durga Puja, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's creative side will be on display at various pandals in the state.

Author: 
Harihar Swarup

The tenure of Justice Dipak Misra, who retires as Chief Justice of India on October 2, was mired in controversies, but he firmly stood against all the odds and had ultimately his way. The Opposition led by the Congress sought to bring an impeachment motion against Justice Misra but the motion was rejected by Rajya Sabha Chairman, Venkaiah Naidu. Naidu observed that the motion lacks substantial merit. “We cannot allow any pillars of governance to be weakened by any thought, word or action.”

Author: 
Gyan Pathak

On the eve of the assembly election, Rajasthan has become a political hot-pot in which both the ruling BJP and the opposition Congress are performing a tight-rope walk. Communal polarization has somewhat weakened giving way to a stronger caste polarization on the issue of reservation.

The disturbances in a school in Islampur over the appointment of an Urdu teacher in which three students died of bullet injuries underlines the need for extreme caution and a greater alertness on the part of the police and civil administration. The students wanted more teachers for teaching Bengali. They were opposed to appointing an Urdu teacher because they claimed there are very few Urdu students. Trouble broke out when the Urdu teacher went to the school to report for duty.

Kolkata

West Bengal minister for education and Trinamool Congress secretary general Partha Chatterjee today accused BJP of trying to foment trouble in the state by calling a 12-hour shutdown on Wednesday and said all steps would  be taken to ensure normal life on the day.

Kolkata

The West Bengal CID has arrested 42 people for allegedly adopting unfair means during written examination conducted for recruitment of police constables, a senior officer said Monday.

KAKDWIP/KOLKATA

An under-construction bridge collapsed in Kakdwip area of  South 24 Parganas district today, a senior official said.
There has been no report of any casualty, District Magistrate Y Ratnakara Rao said.

Kolkata

Sri Saraswat Gaudiya Vaishnava Sangha, an umbrella  organisation for 55 Gaudiya Muttsa today celebrated the 181st Appearance day of Srila Sacchidanand Bhakivinod Thakur at Surabhi Kumja, Swarupgunj  in the Nadia district.

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