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ANUP JAYSWAL

A visit by sub divisional officer (SDO) of Islampur to Daribhit village to speak to family members of the deceased students did not yield any result today. The guardians told Manish Mishra, SDO that they would prevent reopening of school until a CBI probe is ordered.

Kolkata

A three-day Jangalmahal festival would be held in the city to promote the art and culture of a tribal belt of south Bengal between November 23 to November 25, organisers said on Saturday.

Kolkata

Senior Congress leader Shashi Tharoor Saturday alleged the trend of erecting statues and
raising the issue of Ram temple at Ayodhya were attempts to distract the masses from "failures" of the BJP government at the Centre.

Focus on high-end tourism in uninhabited islands < Comprehensive plan to promote ANI as world-class destination
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ROOPA LALL

In line with the plans of the NITI Aayog to develop Andaman and Nicobar Islands (ANI) and Lakshadweep for high-end tourism while keeping ecology conservation to the fore, the National Centre for Sustainable Coastal Management (NCSCM) in Chennai has come up with resource maps for the South Andaman Region and Baratang Island besides some islands in the Lakshadweep gro

<7 Centres set up <60,000 persons covered <Over 1800 financial literacy in 2017-18
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RP SHARMA

With an eye to create awareness among the financially excluded people living in the rural areas and to promote financial literacy among the population in this territory, the Andaman and Nicobar State Cooperative Bank Ltd.

Port Blair

Diwali festival will be celebrated on 6 - 7 November  in A&N Islands. In view of the Judgment dated 23.10.2018 of the Supreme Court of India, general public is hereby informed that firecrackers shall be used only between 8.00 pm. and 10.00 pm.

Port Blair

The  Rangat Police have apprehended two persons namely Akash Mondal, son of Mr Subodh Mondal (29) yrs, resident of Dasarathpur, Rangat and J.

Port Blair

ANCON organized the Faculty Development Programme, sponsored by National Science & Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board (NSTEDB), Department of Science & Technology, GoI assisted by EDII, in association with Directorate of Industries, A & N Admini

Port Blair

On 30-10-2018 a theft complaint at Satsang Kendra Temple (Jai Guru Mandir), Diglipur was reported at PS Diglipur. That some unknown persons have stolen the Amplifier make Ahuja with 03 Mikes.

Port Blair

The CPR Environmental Education Centre (CPREEC) here organized a one day Capacity Building Workshop and field visit in collaboration with Andaman Law College, Port Blair on Island Biodiversity Conservation for law students of the Andaman Law College, Port Blair, funde

Port Blair

The Adhyaksh, Zilla Parishad, South Andaman, Mr Sanjib Kumar Mandal, has requested Mr Tarun Coomar, Principal Chief Conservator of Forest, A & N Administration for development of eco-friendly sustainable Park at Alvis Tekri, Ograbraj on land bearing survey No.1/31

Port Blair

Issue of application for Haj-2019 through A&N Islands UT Haj Committee has commenced from 18.10.2018 and end on 17.11.2018.

Author: 
B. Sivaraman

If the ability of the state to protect its citizens—be they religious minorities or migrant workers from other provinces—from mass atrocities is the test for democracy, then Gujarat has failed the test again and again. In 2002, it was a failed communal state. In 2018, it has again proved itself to be a failed chauvinist and racist state.

Author: 
K R Sudhaman

India, which imports 80 per cent of its oil in requirement, has at last woken up to the reality and embarked upon a plan to attract investment of up to $1 trillion in the oil sector to bring about much needed energy security.

The ISIS-style gunning down of five Bengalis in a village in the Tinsukia district of Upper Assam, will revive the nightmarish memories of ‘drive-out-the-Bengali’ movements that used to take place periodically in the last century. Assam saw such movements in 1948, 1955, 1960, 1974 and from 1979 to 1985. It was thought that with the signing of the Assam Accord in 1985, the bitterness of the past had been buried and the Bengalis in Assam would be able to live peacefully. Indeed, there was peace.