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Agartala

A six-member delegation of the MEA Tuesday visited the Agartala-Akhaura railway site in the Indian side and left for neighbouring Bangladesh for a field visit there, official sources said.

CITIZENSHIP BILL
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Congress Monday appealed to the people of Mizoram and the north eastern region to vote against the BJP and its allies in the coming Lok Sabha polls as it is determined to legislate the contentious Citizenship Amendment Bill.

CASTE-BASED CENSUS IN 2021
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The Bihar Assembly on Monday passed a resolution recommending to the Centre to conduct caste-based census in 2021, when the next head counting exercise would be held in the country.

Kolkata

For upgradation work on Madhupur-Giridih single line section of Eastern Railway’s Asansol Division, there will be Four (4) hrs.

Kolkata

15629/5630 Tambaram-Guwahati Express will be extended upto Silghat Town. 15630 Sighat Town-Tambaram Express will leave Silghat Town on Friday at 08:30 Hrs. w.e.f. 22.02.2019 to reach Tambaram on Sunday at 20:50 Hrs.

Kolkata

In order to clear heavy rush of passengers, South Eastern Railway has decided to run one pair of Superfast AC Special Train between Santragachi and Hapa leaving Santragachi on 22.02.19 and leaving Hapa on 25.02.19.

Kolkata

Global Excellence Award Summit (GEAS) is a celebration of award show, awarding the talented individuals and companies that have made their impact globally.

Kolkata

Due to ongoing modernization and safety related works in various sections of South Eastern Railway, the following trains will remain cancelled:
Cancellation of trains:

Kolkata

Children (both boys & girls), are future of our county. At the same time due to various socio-economic factors they tend to run away from their home thus sometimes making themselves vulnerable to trafficking.

Postal staff delivers consignment to wrong custodian, tampering suspected
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EOI BUREAU

With thousands of students appearing for the Class X and XII CBSE Board Examinations this year comes a report that will upset them as also parents.

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ZEENATH BIBI

Cops solve blind missing case in record hours

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SUBRATA

About 300 families residing at Billiground in North & Middle Andaman are largely dependent on the water body located adjacent to the Billiground Bazaar to meet their drinking, domestic and irrigation needs are now worried due to incessant dumping of medical waste, garbage from nearby hotels,  eatery shops and flow of water from open septic tanks and untreated wa

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KURMA RAO

Villagers of Pahalgaon Panchayat in North Andaman joined the nation in condemning the Pulwama terror attack which claimed the lives of 40 CRPF personnel on Monday. The candlelight march, led by Mr Shibananda Bairagi, Pradhan, Pahalgaon, started from Lall Tikery and culminated at the same spot after passing through different parts of the area and PHC Tugapur.

‘Development projects in advance stage of implementation, to create large number of jobs for islanders’
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The Union Home Minister, Mr Rajnath Singh, chaired the fifth meeting of the Island Development Agency (IDA) at New Delhi on Tuesday. The Island Development Agency reviewed the progress made towards the program “Holistic development of islands”.

Port Blair

Shri Shri Hari Guru Chand Sanskritik Sangh (SSHGCSS), Sippighat will organize special Shri Hari Puja (prayer) for the students of Class X and XII of these islands appearing for CBSE Board exams this year Feb 21 from 5 pm at Shree Shree Hari Mandir premises, Sippighat.

Port Blair

Doordarshan Kendra here will telecast Krishi Live Phone-in-programme tomorrow from 5.30 pm to 6 pm. In the programme, Dr D Bhattacharya, Principal Scientist will participate to discuss on the topic “Animal Health Management” and will respond to viewer’s queries.

Port Blair

In the ‘Yuvvani’ programme of All India Radio here, a LIVE phone-in programme will be broadcast tomorrow from 7.15 am to 7.45 am.

Port Blair

The Central Island Agricultural Research Institute has released the agromet bulletin for farmers for the period from Feb 20 to 24, 2019. In the bulletin, CIARI forecast bright sunshine hour in the next five days.

Port Blair

Like previous years, Chinmaya Mission here Port Blair will conduct special Ganapathi Homam for students of CBSE Class X and XII on Sunday in its premises. The Homam will be held at 8 am followed by useful tips and talk by experts.

Port Blair

An association in the name of Andaman Nicobar Malaria Karmachari Sangh (ANMKS) was constituted under the chairmanship of Mr Sanjiv Rangaiah, President, Andaman Nicobar Rajya Karmachari Mahasangh recently.

NEW DELHI

The Union Home Minister, Mr Rajnath Singh and Minister for Women and Child Development, Smt Maneka  Sanjay Gandhi jointly launched the Women Safety initiative of Emergency Response Support System (ERSS) in 16 States/UTs and Mumbai city on Tuesday.

Andaman Food Tech Conclave held
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The Chief Secretary, A&N Administration, Mr Chetan B Sanghi has called for synergy between Govt. Officials and entrepreneurs so as to exchange ideas and technology in promotion of entrepreneurship and that the benefits of various schemes launched by the Government should reach the target group.

Port Blair

The Member of Parliament, Mr Bishnu Pada Ray laid foundation stones for a number of projects under Central Road Fund (CRF) in different parts of the city in the presence of Chairperson, Municipal Council, Councillors and residents recently. At Ward No.

Port Blair

The Homfraygunj Martyrs Memorial Committee organized a Shaheed Candle March on Sunday to pay homage to the 40 martyrs of CRPF killed in Pulwama terrorist attack on the 14th of this month.

Port Blair

The National Students Union of India (NSUI), Andaman and Nicobar Islands, organized a mass rally led by President of JNRM, Mr Rajsheakher and members of JNRM College Council and other Students Union of the institute to pay homage to the martyrs of Pulwama terror attac

Port Blair

The Ananda Marga Middle School, Junglighat, will organize a Blood Donation Camp on Feb 21 on the occasion of International Mother Tongue Day. The camp will be held in association with the Andaman and Nicobar AIDS Control Society, A & N Islands.

Port Blair

The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) offers a wide range of academic programmes ranging from six months ‘Certificate’ course to Ph.D., Research degree.  At present, the IGNOU is offering 239 academic, professional, vocational, awareness generating and sk

Port Blair

Rights For all, an island based NGO aims to create a toy bank for all Anganwadi Centres across the islands in collaboration with the Directorate Of Social Welfare through toy distribution in a phase wise manner

Author: 
Mark Gruenberg

The British Labour Party’s think tank has drafted a strongly pro-union pro-worker platform it plans to run on in next United Kingdom election and enact if it gains power.
The Institute for Employment Rights’ Manifesto For Labour Law envisions re-established and strong sectoral bargaining, protection of whistleblowers, strong job safety and health regulation and tougher enforcement overall, two top IER officials and a Kings College law professor told a  conference in Washington, D.C.

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