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Reserve forest! Who cares?
Report by: 
ZEENATH BIBI

Operation of illegal cargo transportation from Jodakalan, near Sippighat in the suburbs of Port Blair to Mitha Nallah, Vijay Nagar in the Swaraj Dweep (Havelock) is going on unhindered. Cargo pantoons bring cargo materials and unload the cargo in the reserve forest from where the cargo is dispatched to various shops and households directly.

Report by: 
V SENTHIL KUMAR

Taking swift action on the report published in this daily, the staff of District Court at Mayabunder, the headquarter region of the North & Middle Andaman district, undertook a ‘Swachhta’ drive to sanitize the filthy toilets in the Court complex.

Report by: 
ARUN BARLA

Every city has its own style but in the capital of Andaman and Nicobar Islands are some trends that are certain to influence restaurants operating in the city. Thrown open for customers on Friday, Chick Blast, a multi-cuisine located at Haddo, near the popular Hotel Drift Wood, is set to set one.

95,000 children and teenagers to be administered Albendazole tablets
Report by: 
Agencies

With an aim to improve overall health, well being, nutritional status, access to education and quality of life of the children of Islands, Union Territory Health Mission (UTHM) and Directorate of Health Services, Andaman and Nicobar Administration today observed National De-Worming Day in a function at Government Girls Senior Secondary School, Port Blair.

Port Blair

The Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MoRTH) has accorded sanction of Rs 85.97 Crores to undertake twenty works in these islands under Central Road Fund.

Port Blair

Continuing the efforts to eradicate the menace of illegal sale of Narcotics & Psychotropic Substances from the society, staff of Central Crime Station held one person Aman Hussain, S/o Late Zakir Hussain (60) yrs, R/o Owner of “Only Aman” Garment shop at Aberdeen

Port Blair

At a simple function held at Shadipur, Smt Anusia Devi, Chairperson, Port Blair Municipal Council laid the foundation stone for construction of motorable road with side drain and footpath from Police Quarter to Jairam’s House in presence of Smt Sheela Singh, Councillo

Port Blair

The written examination for recruitment to the post of Forester in the Department of Environment and Forest will be held on March 3, 2019.

Port Blair

The Central Island Agricultural Research Institute has released the agromet bulletin for the period from Feb 9 to 13, 2019. In the bulletin, CIARI forecast clear sky in the next five days.

Port Blair

The Department of Home Science, JNRM, in association with the National Institute of Social Defense, Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Govt.

Port Blair

To enhance the capacity of school community and the initiatives of the National Disaster Management Authority, New Delhi, the Directorate of Disaster Management in coordination with the Department of Education, Health, A&N Police Fire Services and National Disaste

Port Blair

The 10th Annual Sports Meet of MARKAZ PUBLIC SCHOOL, Kanyapuram was held at the Mini Stadium, Model Village on Feb 2. The gathering was welcomed by the Head Mistress of the school Miss. MUHSINA HASSAN. Mr.

Port Blair

Due to emergency breakdown repair of 11 KV switchgear at Phoenix Bay Sub-Station will be carried tomorrow from 8 am to 12 noon.

Port Blair

To facilitate the students of Andaman & Nicobar Islands, the IGNOU Regional Centre is organizing special video classes on every Saturday.

Port Blair

The orchid society of India (TOSI), Department of Botany, Punjab University, Chandigarh is organizing a National Conference on “ Recent Advances in Orchidology with special emphasis on Biology, Climate Change, Conservation and Commercialization of Floriculturally &amp

Author: 
Nitya Chakraborty

Prime Minister and RSS veteran Narendra Modi has fought many a political battles in his long career but on the eve of 2019 Lok Sabha elections, he is facing a big onslaught from the opposition parties, especially the president of the rejuvenated Congress Party Rahul Gandhi on the major economic issues facing the nation, mainly the poor including those living in rural areas.

The Congress Government in Madhya Pradesh has invoked the National Security Act to book three alleged cow slaughterers in the communally sensitive Khandwa region. Invoking an anti-democratic law like the NSA to deal with alleged cow killers is nothing but an attempt to keep the cow enthusiasts and cow vigilantes in good humour. This is against the avowed stand of the Congress.