Date wise Archive

Decrepit quarters, venomous creatures poses threat to occupants
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ZEENATH BIBI

Located at a stone throw away distance from the Bungalow of the Chief Secretary, A & N Administration, a prime residential area for government employees has been crying for attention of the authorities for over a decade now. Ajanta Mess in VIP Road, spread over an area of about 1000 sq.mtrs, has several quarters in various categories for government employees.

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ZEENATH BIBI

Arman would have chosen another profession if he hadn’t, in a soul searching moment, decided to return to his roots. In the year 1997, Arman decided to break away from a single successful saloon studio, which his family owned. He aspires to build a chain of saloons and training institutes in these islands.

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ZEENATH BIBI

Road accident kills two

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ASHIM

Despite massive awareness campaigns on safe driving and obeying traffic rules, driving without wearing helmets and reckless driving continues unabated in the Islands making a mockery of traffic norms. This time around the Pradhan, Urimilapur, Middle Andaman was found driving a motorbike without wearing helmet. 

Speakers stress on need to strengthen supply reduction strategy
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Agencies

The Department of Home Science, JNRM, in association with the National Institute of Social Defense, Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Govt. of India is organising a five-day State level Workshop on Drug Abuse Prevention for College Students from Monday in the Lecture Gallery of JNRM.

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KURMA RAO

The Deputy Commissioner of North and Middle Andaman, Mr Awanish Kumar will inaugurate the 2nd year Kisan Mela tomorrow at 6 pm at Billyground. Organised by the Kisan Mela Celebration Committee, Billyground, the Mela will continue till Feb 10.

Port Blair

As a part of celebration of Subhash Mela at Swaraj Dweep, various AYUSH awareness activities including Beach yoga, Ayurveda Health camp and public health talk were organized by the AYUSH Wing of DHS in association with A&N SAS-NAM and SubhashMela Committee.

Port Blair

The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) offers more than 50 certificate programmes of six months duration (Jan-June (or) July-December). The IGNOU Regional Director Dr. S.

Port Blair

The Mahila Block Congress Committee and Block Congress Committee, Bambooflat staged a Dharna in front of the Community Health Centre, Bambooflat on Monday to draw the attention of the Directorate of Health Services and A&N Administration on deteriorating health ca

Port Blair

At a simple function held at Brookshabad on Monday, Smt Anusia Devi, Chairperson, Port Blair Municipal Council inaugurated the residential quarters constructed for Safai Karamcharis in the presence of Mr Suneel Anchipaka, Secretary, PBMC and Mr K Arubadi, Ward Council

Port Blair

The President, All India Congress Committee, Mr Rahul Gandhi has appointed Ms. Mariyam Bibi as Working President of Andaman & Nicobar Mahila Congress Committee with immediate effect.

Port Blair

The Nehru Yuva Kendra, Rangat in collaboration with Netaji Subash Youth Club, Bakultala organised District Level Cultural Programme last Saturday at the Subash Mela, Bakultala.

Port Blair

The Deputy Director (Ophth)/JS(NPCB), Dr (Mrs) Anita Shah conducted an eye screening camp with a team of paramedical staff and Medical Health Camp arranged by the District Health Society (South Andaman District) at Gram Panchayat, Beodnabad recently.

Port Blair

The State President of BJP, A&N Islands, Mr Vishal Jolly has deeply mourned the untimely demise of Smt Mohani, wife of Mr E Someswar Rao, Pradhan, Gram Panchayat, Bambooflat- 1. She was 28 and passed away on Saturday at her residence.

Author: 
C.J. Atkins

Bernie Sanders has a sexism problem. Bernie Sanders doesn’t get black voters. Bernie Sanders is becoming unlikable. Bernie Sanders is too old. Bernie Sanders is too white.
The television talk circuit, newspaper op-ed pages, and Twitter are all filled these days with analysts eagerly making the case that Democratic voters shouldn’t give the independent senator from Vermont a second shot at the presidency in 2020.

What was so long going on as a conflict between the State and the Centre, or between Mamata and Modi, has now turned into an open and no holds barred confrontation between the two. Carloads of CBI officers appeared out of the blue and made straight for the residence of the Commissioner of Police (CP), Kolkata on a quiet Sunday evening and tried to barge in. What happened next is known to all.