Date wise Archive

Report by: 
NITISH KUMAR TIWARI

For Vishwanath Roy Verma, the 55 year old resident of Diglipur, who drifted away to Myanmar (formerly Burma) two and half months ago while out for fishing, reuniting with his family was the most joyous moment, which he will cherish throughout his life.

Port Blair

The Minister of State (IC) for Power and New & Renewable Energy, Mr RK Singh announced an award scheme under Saubhagya to felicitate the DISCOMs / Power Department of the States and their employees for achieving 100 per cent household electrification in their area

Port Blair

The Tribal Development Council will launch a unique Sport, Art & Cultural development Programme for the tribal communities of Andaman & Nicobar Island. The Council will initiate the programme with a two-day Pilot Project at Port Blair on Oct 16 and 17.

Port Blair

The newly elected Adhyaksh, Zilla Parishad, South Andaman, Mr Sanjib Kumar Mandal interacted with officers and staff of the Parishad on Monday.

Port Blair

The Executive Committee meeting of the South Andaman Teachers’ Branch (SATB) of Non-Gazetted Govt.

Port Blair

The South Block Congress Committee will organize a Dharna at Dairyfarm Junction in front of Kamaraj statue tomorrow from 2 pm.

Port Blair

The State President of BJP A & N Islands, Mr Vishal Jolly, in a letter to the Prime Minister, has urged for announcement of relief and rehabilitation package of for people affected by Cyclone Tithli in Andhra Pradesh, Orissa & West Bengal Costal belts.

Port Blair

New Hope Hospital, Chennai in association with Tribal Development Council, A & N Islands organized a free medical camp for general public at Rasheed Building, RGT Road here.

Author: 
Nitya Chakraborty

The CPI(M) leadership is at crossroads again.

Author: 
L S Herdenia

As the Assembly poll dates are coming nearer, the electoral scenario has become more complicated. One month ago it was thought that the poll battle will be fought between BJP and the alliance of Congress, BSP and SP. The hopes of such a united front were dashed with BSP leader Mayawati’s decision to join hands with Ajit Jogi, former Congress chief minister of Chhattisgarh who has floated a new party after severing ties with Congress. Since Jogi has floated an anti-Congress front, chances of BSP joining hands with Congress in Madhya Pradesh have disappeared.

That a 29-year old Kashmiri Ph.D. student in the Aligarh University had left his studies, joined a terrorist group and was shot dead by the security forces on Thursday shows the extent of alienation of the Kashmiris from India. Manan Bashir Wani had the prospect of a bright career before him. That he chose to leave his studies and took a gun in hand to join the ranks of militants raises serious questions about the correctness of India’s Kashmir policy.