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ASHIM

Like every year, this year also ‘Shahid Diwas’ was observed on Monday by the residents and students of Govt. Sr. Secondary School, Rangat in loving memory of late Amal Mondal and late Bishnu Model, both students of the School who were brutally killed by the Police in a shootout on this day in the year 1983. In remembrance of the two School boys, students of Govt.

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ZEENATH BIBI

Taking strong note on the report published in this daily, the administration has reportedly launched a crackdown on quacks operating in different parts of the city.

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ASHIM

Pending investigation for financial irregularity, a 210 mtrs CC footpath to be constructed from the house of Mr. Radha Mondal to Mr.

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SUBRATA

Once known for production of quality vegetables, available to the residents at a very reasonable rate, residents of Middle Andaman rue the high prices of vegetables at their district. Not just vegetables, the prices of fish and meat have also shot through the roof in the city over the last few months.

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BALRAM SINGH

With the Restricted Area Permit (RAP) regime eased, tourist arrivals from foreign countries to these islands have registered an increase in the recent days. As per reports, many tourists from different parts of the world now visit different islands including Great Nicobar to explore the scenic beauty and beaches.

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V SENTHIL KUMAR

Government Middle School, Rangat Bay celebrates its Annual Day with great enthusiasm on the 24th of this month. The Pradhan of Nimbutala, Smt Saravana Kumar was the chief guest of the function, while Dr Suryakant Singh, Ayurveda of CHC Rangat graced the occasion as the guest of honor. The Pradhan, Mr Chandraya also attended the function.

Speakers stress on radio’s role for empowerment of underserved communities
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Agencies

The Secretary Power and Civil Supplies, Andaman and Nicobar Administration, Mr Ajay Kumar Gupta inaugurated Community Radio Awareness workshop in the conference hall of the TSG Emerald View here on Monday.

Port Blair

An unfortunate fire accident was reported on Sunday wherein the semi-pucca house belonging to Smt Vidyawati Devi, wife of Gore Lall, resident of Brindraban  under Ferrargunj Tehsil was fully damaged due to a fire incident that took place at around 1.30 pm.

Port Blair

Kala Kendra – a society under the Department of Art & Culture organized a programme titled ‘UTSAV’- a programme of Dance and Music at Uttara and Shantanu villages in Middle Andaman on Sunday under the aegis of Netaji Club, Uttara and Shantanu.

Port Blair

ICAR-Krishi Vigyan Kendra (CIARI), North & Middle Andaman organised a three-day In-service training programme on “Livestock Welfare under Changing Climatic conditions for improved productivity” from Jan 24 to 28 in the community hall of the office of Pradhan, Basa

Port Blair

On the occasion of Republic Day 2019, a painting contest for children in the Under-14 category and singing competition for all passengers on board MV Coral Queen enroute to Hut Bay was held on Friday. The theme of the competition was ‘Make In India’.

Port Blair

The Police Training School, Prothrapur organized one day course on “Soft Skills and Personality Development” recently for in-service Police Personnel of A & N Police for improving the knowledge about soft skills and personality development under the supervision of

Port Blair

To streamline door to door delivery of LPG cylinders, the Consumer Cooperative Stores Ltd. Has decided to minimize issue of cylinders from LPG Godown at Brookshabad.

Port Blair

The National Girl Child Day was celebrated by Andaman & Nicobar Social Welfare Board along with District Administration at Kamorta on Jan 24. The Chairperson, State Social Welfare Board, Dr.

Port Blair

JNRM, NSS organised District Youth Parliament in the seminar hall of College campus on Monday.

Port Blair

The District Administration of North and Middle Andaman in association with RSC, Rangat and Education Department will organize Rangat Premier Badminton (Men) and Table Tennis (Men) knock out tournament from Feb 4 at Rangat.

Port Blair

The State President of BJP, A&N Islands, Mr Vishal Jolly has deeply mourned the demise of Smt Rehana Shamim, aged 66 years, wife of Mr MA Shamim, resident of Aberdeen Village and mother-in-law of Advocate Mohammed Tabraiz, Chairman of Waqf Board, A & N Islands

Port Blair

The President, Pradesh Congress Committee, A & N Islands, Mr Kuldeep Rai Sharma   and other leaders of the party have mourned the demise Smti Rehana Shameem, aged about 66 years, wife of Shameen, retired Assistant Director of Rural Development (Panchayat), residen

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Dr Arun Mitra

With every passing day there are new innovations in the field of medicine. New drugs and devices are coming out. It is therefore important for the medical professionals to be regularly updated through continued medical education (CME) programs. Academic bodies hold their annual national meets as well as state and local CMEs. As the advancement is very rapid, the number of such events has increased manifold in the past few years.

The Karnataka Congress has never been happy with the coalition with JD(S). During the last eight months that the coalition has been in power, Chief Minister H. D. Kumaraswamy expressed his unhappiness with his cabinet colleagues from the Congress party. Once he said he was being treated as a clerk. In his latest outburst he has plainly threatened to resign as he said “if they want, I am ready to step down.” This time he named the former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah whose allegedly overbearing attitude Kumaraswamy was smarting under.