Date wise Archive

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ZEENATH BIBI

A family at Bathu Basti is claiming that an unborn baby and mother died at GB Pant Hospital due to alleged medical negligence by the nursing staff of the hospital.

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KURMA RAO

Construction of a rural road at Deopur, Webi in North Andaman has brought smiles to hundreds of villagers in the area.

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V SENTHIL KUMAR

Resentment is brewing among employees of state-run Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) posted in Middle Andaman region for non-payment of salaries for the month of February 2019.

Port Blair

A moderate intensity tremor measuring 4.8 on the Richter scale hit the Andaman Islands on Monday.

Port Blair

The Indian Coast Guard in association with GB Pant Hospital and Coast Guard Wives Welfare Association conducted a medical and Welfare camp on Sunday at Shoal Bay commemorating International Women’s Empowerment Day.

Port Blair

As part of community outreach program for the local populace of these islands, the Andaman & Nicobar Command (ANC) conducted two multi-speciality medical camps at Car Nicobar and Campbell Bay recently.

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BALRAM SINGH

The Fire Station, Campbell Bay conducted a demonstration on fire fighting techniques, basic first aid and disaster preparedness in the Transport Office at Campbell Bay on Monday. Led by the Station Incharge, the fire team demonstrated use of fire fighting equipments to the staff members of the department.

Port Blair

On declaration of schedule for Parliamentary Election- 2019 by Election Commission of India, the Returning Officer, ANIPC conducted a meeting with the Official of flying squad, video surveillance team and check point team in the conference hall of DC’s Office on Sunda

Port Blair

During the visit of Prime Minister of India, Mr Narendra Modi to these islands, Mr B. Hema Raju, General Secretary, Fishermen Welfare Association, A&N Islands raised various issues /problems of Fishermen of A&N Islands including sanction of Govt.

Port Blair

The Superintendent of Police, South Andaman, Mr Deepak Yadav, visited PS Hut Bay recently and held interaction with the general public and PRI members and discussed various issues pertaining to upcoming Lok Sabha Election -2019 and about the present security scenario

Port Blair

Andaman Mahila Mandal celebrated International Women’s Day befittingly on the theme “Balance for Better” in the PBMC Community Hall at Ranchi Tikery, School Line.

Port Blair

A five-day Annual Community Living Camp for the academic session 2018-19 from March 11 to 15 in the college campus of TGCE for the trainees of B.Ed. and Integrated Course got underway on Monday.

Port Blair

The Reserve Bank of India in collaboration with State Bank of India conducted a one day workshop on Financial Literacy in the Conference Room of MGGC, Mayabunder last Friday. In his introductory speed, Dr. B.

Port Blair

The Doordarshan Kendra here will telecast a special Programme “TANAVMUKT PAREEKSHA KI TAYYARIYAN ” tomorrow from 5 pm. Dr Mithesh Bihari, Psychiatrist and Dr Dheeraj K, Dy Director Education will be the experts in the programme.

Port Blair

The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has released special package for improvement of Rural Roads of A & N Islands.

Port Blair

The Andaman and Nicobar Command (ANC) inducted two 10 Tonne Bollard tug boats NT Abhishek and NT Aja into active service at Naval Ship Repair Yard (NSRY) here on Monday. The vessels have been designed and built at Hindustan Shipyard Ltd, Vishakhapatnam.

Port Blair

A one-day state level awareness seminar on ‘Ground Water Related Issues in A & N Islands’ was organized on Monday by Central Ground Water Board, Eastern Region, Kolkata jointly with the Department of Civil Engineering DBRAIT at the Institute’s Conference Hall.

Port Blair

The International Women’s Day was celebrated in the Auditorium of MGGC by the Women Cell last Friday. The chief guest, Dr. B. Prabhuram, Principal, MGGC Mayabunder highlighted the importance and role of women in the modern society.

Port Blair

The Andaman & Nicobar AIDS Control Society (ANACS) jointly organized two Voluntary Blood Donation (VBD) camps in association with CISF Unit and NSRY. Altogether, 60 donors donated blood voluntarily during the camps.

Port Blair

In honour of Mr Bapi Chakraborty, Editor of ‘DURER KHEYA’ – a Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh)-based Bengali Little Magazine as well as the first organiser of ‘Bahirbango Utsav’ (Outer Bangla Festival), BAAKPROTIMA, organized a literary get-together in its premises at Jungligha

Itanagar

The stage is set for Arunachal Pradesh to hold Lok Sabha and Assembly polls simultaneously on April 11, election officials said on Monday.

Aizawl

Over 700,000 electors would be eligible to vote on April 11 for election to the lone Lok Sabha seat in Mizoram, the state's Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Ashish Kundra said on Sunday. Of the 784,405 eligible voters, 51 per cent are women, Kundra said.

Kohima

Elections to the lone Lok Sabha seat in Nagaland will be held on April 11, state Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Abhijit Sinha said on Sunday.

Imphal

Lok Sabha elections for the two seats of Manipur will he be held in two phases - April 11 and 18, state Chief Electoral Officer P K Singh said on Sunday. Outer Manipur constituency will go for polls on April 11 and Inner Manipur seat will witness votes on April 18.

Kohima

The Congress in Nagaland, bolstered by the return of 21 senior leaders to its fold, vowed to put up a united fight against the "stop-gap" BJP-NDPP government in the state.

Itanagar

Opposition parties in Arunachal Pradesh on Saturday staged a dharna demanding the resignation of Chief Minister Pema Khandu over his "inept handling" of the Permanent Resident Certificate (PRC) issue that claimed three lives last month.

Kohima

The Nagaland Health and Family Welfare Department on Sunday launched the first round of an 'Intensive Pulse Polio Immunization' programme.

DIPU

The police on Friday lathi-charged a mob protesting against eviction of illegal settlers in Assam's Karbi Anglong district, police said.

Kolkata

West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee said Monday that the candidates' list of her party for the Lok Sabha polls will be released on Tuesday afternoon.

Mumbai

A biographical drama film on Saint Mother Teresa, the founder of Missionaries of Charity, has been announced.
The film will be directed by Seema Upadhyay, who has also penned the script, the producers said in a statement.

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