Date wise Archive

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ZEENATH BIBI

Becoming an instant hit in just few days after it was thrown open to general public, the Modern Fish Market at Junglighat earned national recognition after being adjudged as the second best hygienic fish market in the country recently.

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KURMA RAO

The relay hunger strike called by the MGNREGA Employees Association is likely to be called off after the UT Administration assured fulfilment of their demands on Monday. As per reports, the administration urged the association to withdraw the protest assuring redressal of their demands within a stipulated period.

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ASHIM

Police have arrested the man Kashob who allegedly attacked an innocent person with a knife at the Bakultala Subash Mala recently and fled away from the spot. Mr. Erick John Minj, Hawaldar and Police Constable Pobitro Shikari, PS Rangat arrested the attacker from Port Blair and took him to Rangat.

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SUBRATA

The pitiable condition of Bus Stand at Shivapuram in Middle Andaman is not only causing considerable inconvenience to the commuters but also earning bad names for the Panchayat. Poor sanitation and lack of repair and maintenance deters commuters to use the facility rendering them totally redundant.

NEW DELHI

The Union Home Minister, Mr Rajnath Singh will launch various initiatives for women safety at New Delhi on Tuesday.

Port Blair

As mark of solidarity and support to the families of CRPF martyrs, the Andaman and Nicobar Police has decided to donate one day’s salary to the families of 40 brave hearts, who were killed in recent terror attack at Pulwama in Jammu & Kashmir in the 14th of this m

Port Blair

The Andaman and Nicobar Command organized a Conference of Junior Commissioned Officers (JCOs)/Equivalent of Andaman and Nicobar Command (ANC) at Dweepika Auditorium, Haddo on Monday.

Port Blair

Responding to the strike call given by All Union and Association of BSNL (AUAB), that represents 1.72 lakhs employees of BSNL, the A & N Circle of BSNL Employees Association has announced going on a three-day strike from Monday.

Port Blair

The President, A & N Territorial Congress Committee, Mr Kuldeep Rai Sharma, State President of DMK, Mr Marudhavanan,, State President of TDP, Mr N Manikyarao Yadav and Mr KG Das, Secretary, CPI(M) have demanded a CBI inquiry into the alleged murder of V Ramesh, so

Port Blair

Hindu Jagaran Manch will organize 10th year Attukal Pongala on Feb 20 at Junglighat Durga Puja Pandal. The Attukal Pongala is conducted every year on Makam Nakshatra of Kumbam month (Malayalam).

Port Blair

A & N Police in collaboration with CDAC, Hyderabad is observing Cybercrime Awareness week from 18th to 22nd Feb, 2019 in A&N Islands. The inaugural function for this occasion was held at the Auditorium, DBRAIT, Pahargaon on 18th February, 2019.

Port Blair

The Student Council of JNRM along with cadets of NCC JNRM units’ organised a Shardhanjali Yatra for the 44 Saheed CRPF Jawans. The students of JNRM expressed their solidarity with the families who lost their dear ones.

Port Blair

ANCON proposes to organize Technical Training Programme on Jute Product Maker (JDP & Handicrafts) and Basic Closing Operator (Leather Goods & Handicrafts) sponsored by National Safai Karamcharis Finance and Development Corporation (NSKFDC), (A Govt.

Port Blair

The Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi recently launched the scheme of Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM-KISAN) for the benefit of farmers.

Port Blair

The Member of Parliament, A&N Islands, Mr Bishnu Pada Ray along with part-time workers of Education Department (Part-time Attender/Craft Instructors, Pre-Primary teachers, Pre-Primary Ayaah) met the Chief Secretary, Mr Chetan B Sanghi recently to press for their l

Port Blair

The International Human Rights Council (IHRC), A & N Islands State Board organized a condolence meeting to pay homage in memory of the 44 CRPF Jawans killed in the Pulwama terrorist attack recently at its Gurudwara Line office on Sunday.

Author: 
K R Sudhaman

It is really unfortunate that after three years of fiscal prudence, the Narendra Modi government has indulged in profligacy in the interim budget 2019, apparently with an eye on general elections in April and May, which is not good for the economy, already witnessing strained macro-economic situation since 2018.

The BJP could not gracefully accept defeat in the Karnataka Assembly elections. Ever since the Congress outwitted the saffron party by forming a government with the Janata Dal (Secular), efforts were made to topple the Congress-JD(S) coalition. There were allegations that the BJP had offered huge sums of money to suborn the loyalty of some Congress and JD(S) legislators. The BJP vehemently denied such allegations but it was put on the back foot when Chief Minister H.D.