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EOI BUREAU

Researchers from  National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS), Bengaluru and the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, Japan have discovered two new species of ants in the Havelock Island of South And aman. Named in the honour of late scientist K.S.

Hut Bay

Waste strewn around along the roads in the different parts of Little Andaman speaks volumes of the callous attitude of Panchayat authorities towards effective implementation of the Swachh Bharat Mission.

Port Blair

In a major operation, the Indian Coast Guard on Wednesday exposed a racket of suspected cattle smugglers, who use the sea route to transport cows and buffaloes to illegal slaughter houses in different parts of these islands.

Port Blair

In great news for the islands, Mr Vishal Biswas, son of Mr UC Biswas, resident School Line, Port Blair was bestowed the Safety Innovation Award 2018 by the Institution of Engineers (India), Delhi State Centre for implementing the Innovative Safety Management Systems.

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ASHIM

A 42 yrs old man Ranjan Dhali, S/o Late Hajari Dhali, R/o Bakultala committed suicide on Wednesday. The man hanged himself at the old Seva Sangh Club located near his home at Bakultala. According to sources, he was suffering from dialysis problem for the past many years and was under medical treatment.

Port Blair

Considering the enthusiasm of the general public of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, who turned out in quite significant numbers during the special camp held on Feb 23 and 24, for enrolment of hitherto unenrolled eligible voters, the Office of the Returning Officer, ANIPC

Port Blair

As part of activities under SVEEP, the District Election Office of the North and Middle Andaman District will conduct Nukkad Nataks in different parts of the region.

Port Blair

In view of CBSE Examination-2019 (AISSE/AISSCE 2019), all necessary preparedness have been undertaken by the Electricity Department to ensure uninterrupted and reliable power supply during complete examination month i.e March, 2019 to April 2019.

Port Blair

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has launched a nationwide programme “Kamal Jyoti programme”.

Port Blair

Sree Mahashivaratri will be celebrated at Shri Sarweshwar Mahadev Temple, Chinmaya Mission here on March 4 with various religious programmes. The auspicious day will begin with Shri Ganapati Homam at 6 am followed by Shri Rudrabhishekam at 7 am.

Port Blair

The Directorate of Health Services and Andaman & Nicobar State AYUSH Society jointly organized an Ayurveda and Dental Health Camp in the Community Hall of Tapoming Village, Car Nicobar recently.

Port Blair

A one day training programme on “High Density Multi Species Cropping System (HDMSC)”was organized by ICAR- Central Island Agricultural Research Institute, Port Blair under the guidance of Dr. A.

Port Blair

The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) uses the Educational TV channel of India (free- to- air TV channel) namely Gyan Darshan-2 for teaching of its students, across the country and globe.

Author: 
Dr. S. Ganesan

The Port Blair Regional Centre of IGNOU is completing 13-successful years of educational service on 27th March, 2019. So far, over 45 thousand students from Andaman & Nicobar Islands have received student support services from Port Blair Regional Centre. From Mayabunder to Campbell Bay, the Regional Centre is covering almost all major islands (group of Islands) across the length and breadth of Andaman & Nicobar Islands. It is one of post-tsunami educational development in the Islands.

Author: 
Nitya Chakraborty

With the last session of the 16th Lok Sabha ending on February 13, the stage is set for the holding of Lok Sabha elections in April/May 2019. The opposition parties have at last decided on drafting a common minimum programme for fighting the ruling NDA led by the BJP and the responsibility of drafting the CMP has been given to the Congress President Rahul Gandhi at the meeting of the senior leaders of the opposition on Wednesday night at NCP leader Sharad Pawar’s residence.

Widespread violence has broken out in the quiet north-eastern State of Arunachal Pradesh bordering China in the last few days. The objection of the Arunachalis is the Centre’s step to grant Permanent Resident Certificates (PRC) to six communities in Arunachal which are recognized as Scheduled Tribes in neighbouring Assam. These tribes are Deoris, Sonowal Kacharis, Morans, Adivasis, Mishing and Gorkhas. Already, two persons have died in police firing. The Deputy Chief Minister’s residence has been set fire to.