Date wise Archive

Report by: 
ZEENATH BIBI

A 12 year old girl from Kolkata was chased by a pack of dogs at Shaheed Dweep (erstwhile Neil Island). She was at the passenger hall of Shaheed Dweep Jetty with her parents waiting for the return boat. The girl named, Amisha, ran for safety, slipped and fell into a nearby drain. She sustained minor injuries and got treated at the nearby health centre.

Report by: 
V SENTHIL KUMAR

A sizeable number of pupils in most of the government schools in Middle Andaman are forced to study in poor conditions, making it harder for them to perform well, as per reports. Students in Govt. Sr.

Report by: 
ASHIM

Despite repeated assurance by the Department of Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services, the ordeal of 100 odd families living near the pig rearing farm of the Veterinary Sub-Dispensary, Bakultala is far from over.

Port Blair

A fire mishap was averted on Wednesday by the prompt action by the fire Personnel. As per reports, fire broke out in the garbage dumped near the vegetable market at Bathubasti in the evening.

Port Blair

The three day Community Radio Awareness Workshop organised by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting in collaboration with Seeking Modern Applications for Real Transformation (SMART), concluded today.

Port Blair

Lt Cdr Pathrapalli Swati, Nausena Medal (Gallantry) recently interacted with various students including about 100 NCC cadets of Army, Navy and Air Force at Dweepika Auditorium, Haddo.

Port Blair

As per the directions of the Election Commission of India for the ensuing Parliamentary Election 2019, a two-day training organized in the Office of the Deputy Commissioner, South Andaman from Tuesday for AROs and Master Trainers. The training covered topics viz.

Port Blair

Mr Bishnu Pada Ray, MP in presence of Dr Monica Priyadarshni, Deputy Commissioner, Nicobar District, Mr Aberdeen Blair, Chairman, Tribal Council, Car Nicobar, Mr Lionel Nicomede, Vice Chairman, Tribal Council, Car Nicobar, Mr Martin Luhther, Secretary Tribal Council C

Port Blair

A Health Camp was organized in the Community Hall at Mithakhari under Gram Panchayat Mithakhari by District Health Society, South Andaman under National Rural Health Mission. Dr. Bhanu Pratap Singh, Associate Professor, Community Medicine Dept. ANIIMS, Dr.

Port Blair

The Adhyaksh, Zilla Parishad, South Andaman, Shri Sanjib Kumar Mandal, had taken up the matter of age relaxation for the local candidates for appearing for the selection process of Junior Engineers in APWD   with the  Chief Secretary A & N Administration.

Port Blair

The Regional Sports Council, Diglipur, will organize Diglipur Premier League Cricket Tournament from Feb 15 at Vivekananda Stadium.

Port Blair

The 36th death anniversary of veteran trade union leader PKS Prasad was observed throughout these islands on Tuesday jointly by the Non-Gazetted Govt. Officers’ Association and CITU. Various programmes were organized to mark the occasion.

Port Blair

Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), the largest University in the World, announces extension of date for Admissions to its Academic programmes for the January 2019 Academic Cycle.

Port Blair

A one day workshop-cum-training under Disaster Management in Higher Education (DMHE) programme organised in the Auditorium of Dr.

Port Blair

Doordarshan Kendra here will telecast a discussion programme on Andaman Marathon 2019 tomorrow from 5.30 pm. Mr Girish Arora, President, ACCI and Mr Kamlesh Kumar Director  education and Sports  A&N   will be the guests in the programme.

Port Blair

The Nehru Yuva Kendra, Diglipur organized Swachhta Awareness Evam Shramdaan programme on the 150th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi in coordination with Gram Panchayat, Subashgram on Wednesday at Panchayat Hall, Subashgram.

Port Blair

As part of Bharat Parv Celebrations 2019, Andaman Nicobar Command will conduct a ceremonial Band performance at Flag Point (South Point) for the general public tomorrow from 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm.

Author: 
Nantoo Banerjee

The shrinking job market is becoming an increasing concern for the country’s millions of students studying at home and abroad with education loans. Also concerned are those unemployed youth who had finished education with the support of bank loans that they are unable to return. The equally concerned are the guardians of the students, offering collateral for such loans. Banks are facing huge loan defaults. Interestingly, most of the education loans come from state-owned banks.

As the president of the ruling party, Amit Shah is expected to weigh carefully what he says in public, what should be said in public and what should not be said in public. He has to be careful not to be carried away by emotion or the temptation to resort to cheap rhetoric. The speech that he delivered at Contai on Tuesday was full of empty rhetoric. He said that by the afternoon of the counting day of the Lok Sabha poll results, when the final round of counting is over, the Trinamool Congress government would fall.