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Bishnu demands additional Andaman Guest House at New Delhi, Chennai and Kolkata Port Blair, May 17: The lone Member of Parliament of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Mr. Bishnu Pada Ray today demanded for additional Andaman Guest House in New Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata and new (See page 2)
Carmel Girl Donates Hair for Cancer Patients Sheekha Bureau Sheekha News Service
Port Blair, May 17: While many girls are very fond of long hair and they can do anything to protect their hair, Betty Susan Jacob, a class IV student of Carmel Senior Sec School has donated her hair for making wigs for cancer (See page 2)
Huge Quantity of IMFL Seized by South Andaman Police Port Blair, May 17: To curb illegal sale of IMFL, intelligence was developed, and in two instances four persons were arrested after recovery of huge quantity of IMFL.On 12/05/2018, based on a secret informa-
tion, Insp. K. Binoj, SHO PS Humfrigunj, the police party comprising of ASI R.B.S. Durai, PCâ€™s Shem Peter, and V. Surendran, inter cepted a suspicious Autorickshaw. On check(See page 2)
Art of Giving Day celebrated in Andaman befittingly
Nishar Mohammed Sheekha News Service
Port Blair, May 17: As 17 May is celebrated as 5th Art of Giving day across the globe, based on the theme, ‘Pyar Bhara Pack’ (Feeding with Love), in Andaman and Nicobar Islands also various programmes were organized today.
At Pranab Kanya Sangh, Port Blair, followers of Art of Giving today presented sweet packets to the inmates while at Seva Niketan, Dairy Farm, Mr. K. Duryodhan, Proprietor of Varsandi Marine Foods, Dairy Farm along with Mr. Pramod, R/o Prem Nagar, a PBMC sanitary casual worker distributed sweets.
The pr ogramme of Seva Niketan was supervised by Mr. Surya Narayan, ASI, A & N Police, pr esent ly posted at Car Nicobar. Ar t of Giving (AOG) – a philosophy of life to spread the peace and ha pp iness among t he people in the society was founded on 17thMay 2013.
Kuldeep demands increase in rooms in Andaman Bhawans Port Blair, May 17: Mr. Kuldeep Rai Sharma, PCC President in a letter addressed to the Lt. Governor, A & N Islands has invited his attention towards the problems being faced by the islanders particularly the patients and students while visiting Chennai, Kolkatta and New Delhi for various purposes due to non availability of accommodation in Administration’s Guest Houses / Bhawans in these cities. In his letter the PCC President pointed out that the Andaman & Nicobar Administration, for the benefit of Islanders, general public, students and Govt. Officials visiting, New Delhi, Chennai & Kolkatta for medical treatment, admission of their children for
higher studies and various other purpose, have constructed Andaman Nicobar Bhawans in all these cities / places long back. With the passage of time, the number of islanders & Govt. officials visiting mainland for medical treatment and other purposes has increased manifold but the number of rooms in these Bhawans remained unchanged. Consequently there is excessive demand of accommodation in all these Guest Houses / Bhawans owned by the A & N administration throughout the year. Mr. Kuldeep said that the people of these islands visiting Chennai, Kolkatta and New Delhi mainly for medical treatment, admission of their children for higher studies and
other purposes are mostly of poor financial background and unable to afford the exorbitant rent of accommodation prevailing in these cities. He requested the Lt. Governor, A & N Islands to look into the matter and initiate appropriate action for increasing accommodation / rooms in these Guest Houses / Bhawans considering the difficulties being faced by the underprivileged people of these islands visiting these cities. The PCC President further opined that, as an interim measure possibility can be explored to hire accommodation/ apartments on lease rent basis till such time the augmentation of the capacity is done by the administration by constructing additional accommodation.
Entries invited for ‘Photographic Exhibition -cum -Competition’ on heritage Last date for receiving photographs extended to June 4 Port Blair, May 17: Photographs have been invited from interested persons on the theme, ‘Heritage in its Broadest Sense – Cultural Heritage, Architectural heritage, Environmental heritage pertaining to A&N Islands’. Since only few entries have been received, it has been decided to extend the time for purpose of
inviting more photographs/ entries on the mentioned theme. The photographs should be of 20"x16" (inch) size with self certification that it is the original work of the photographer. The photographs entries received would be displayed at the Art Gallery studio located at Gandhi Park, Port Blair and the best
entries will be awarded suitably on the basis of the decision of an eminent jury. The last date for receiving of photographs is June 4th, 2018 at the office of the Kala Kendra c/o Directorate of Art & Culture, Cellular Jail Complex, Port Blair. For more queries, one may contact over phone numbers 03192-231399.
Good train stuck at station for hours after keys go missing REWARI: A goods train halted at the station here for hours as the locomotive's keys went missing. The train, loaded with coal, stood at the Bawal station near Gurgaon for more than eight hours because during the staff changing process, the keys went missing. Since this was near a railroad crossing (phatak), that too was kept closed for hours, resulting in a huge traffic jam and forcing people to take alernate routes to reach their destinations. The train started from Mathura and reached Rewari
where the driver and guards were to be change. When the new shift took charge, the station master was asked for the keys. Attempts were made to contact employees from the earlier shift, but their mobile numbers were not reachable. The information was then given to the control room. The station master tried to arrange for a duplicate set of keys from Jaipur, but until late night, the keys had not been arranged and the train remained at the station.
Bishnu demands... Guest House at Vishakhapatnam. He also demanded extension of the period of stay for Medical patients. In a letter addressed to the Lt. Governor of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Mr. Ray said that it has been brought to his notice that there is a huge demand for rooms in Andaman Guest House in New Delhi, Chennai and Kolkata . “The passengers, medical refer cases, higher education seeking students, Govt Servants on duty, sports persons and tribal population of this UT Islands need guest house near Airports in Delhi, Chennai and Kolkata,” he added and mentioned that in Vishakhapatnam, there is no Andaman Guest House de-
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spite the operation of airlines and shipping service for Vishakhapatnam from Port Blair. “The Islanders especially the Telugu community will definitely reap its benefits. Furthermore, the rule of restriction in occupation of room for merely 03 days to individual who are under treatment is also needs to be revised at Delhi, Chennai and Kolkata considering the seriousness of medical cases,” the MP said. The MP also demanded online booking system in Delhi and Kolkata’s Andaman Guest Houses, as is being done in case of Chennai Guest House for better accessibility and transparency in the process. (From page 1)
patients, inspiring others to follow her. This is second time when Bett y S us an Jacob, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Biju Thomas Jacob, Andaman resindency, do-
nated her hair for cancer patients, many of whom have to pay heavily for wigs after hair-fall, many su ff er, due to chemotherapy.
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ing, 150 Nos. 180 ml IMFL Co. sealed Bottles were recovered from the Auto rickshaw and thr ee per sons namely 1. K.Kumar, (34)yrs R/o School Line, 2. K. Alegasan, (49) yr s R/o Dairyfarm, 3. S. Prasant, (25)yrs R/o Austinabad were arrested on the spot. Again on 13/05/ 2018, while patrolling Insp. K. Binoj, SHO PS Humfrygunj alongwith PC/ 1876 Mintu Kr. Dey and PC/ 175 S.S Yadav, noticed a person carrying a heavy bag and going towards Sippighat Bus Stand. He was intercepted and on checking 75 Nos. 180 ml IMFL Bottles Co. Sealed were recovered from his bag.
The person namely Madhab Mondal, (29) yrs, R/o Garacharma was arrested on the spot. In both instances the accused persons failed to produce any valid documents/license for carrying huge quantity of IMFL. Cases have been registered under relevant section of law at PS Humfrigunj. The general public is requested to pass on any credible information pertaining to such illegal activities in the area on the following telephone no. 03192232100, 03192-287590. The informant will be suitably rewarded and his/her identity will be kept secret.
Rich tributes paid to Great Andamanese
LG leads Islanders in paying tributes to the brave fighters
Port Blair, May 17: The Lt. Gover nor, A&N Islands, Admiral DK Joshi, PVSM, AVSM, YSM, NM, VSM (Retd.) led the Islanders in paying rich tribut es to the G r eat Andamanese, who la id down their lives while fighting against the oppressive and retaliatory policy
of the British regime during the battle fought in the year 1859. At a solemn function held at the Memorial of the ‘Battle of Aberdeen’, Rajiv Gandhi Water Sports Complex here this morning, the Lt. Governor laid wreath and paid tribute to the brave ab or igines of t he I s la n d s R ep r es ent a t iv es
fr om the G r eat Andamanese tribe have offered floral tribute to the brave fighters. The Chief Secretary, A&N Administr ation, Mr. Anindo Majumdar, eminent citizens and senior officers of the Administration also paid floral tribute at the Memorial on the occasion.
Aquaculture, Kodiyghat, Police Station Neil, Police Station Havelock. Nimbutala, Rangat, OP 19 Km R.K Pur, L/Anda man, Fire Station, Hut Bay (L/Andaman), EOC Car Nicobar, Teressa – A.E Office APWD, Chowra – JE Office, APWD, Katchal – A.E Office APW D, EOC Kamorta and EOC Campbell Bay. The sirens have been installed to alert the general public during any Disaster which is blown at high pitch/ volume. The Sirens will be blown in the following manner during occurrence of the disaster.The sirens will be tested on 3rd and 18th of every month at 1000 Hrs. During the test, the siren will be blown for two successive
Advisory for RNU, AIR Port Blair
Port Blair, May 17: The RNU of AIR Port Blair today said that any news related matter may kindly be e-mail in our ID email@example.com. This will help the RNU unit to include the news on time blast for 30 seconds. Siren of in the local Pradeshik Electronic Display Board in- Samachar as well as the same stalled a t Police Control story may be used for naRoom, State Control Room, Junglighat (Fisheries Dept.), Met Office, MRCC, JOC, INS Jarawa at Port Blair, Fisheries Dept. at Rangat, EOC at Mayabunder, MRCC at Diglipur Fisheries Dept. at Hut Bay, EOC at Kamorta, EOC at Car Nicobar, and MRCC & EOC at Campbell Bay will also be blown in a similar manner at 1000 Hrs. Therefore, the general public is hereby informed not to panic during the test of siren a nd requested to remain calm during test blast of siren on the date a nd time specified above.
Disaster Warning Siren Port Blair, May 17: Disaster Wa rning Sirens ha ve been installed in the premises of Se creta ria t, DBRAIT, DSS Ma rine, Chatham Saw Mill (Forest Dept), Police Station Aberdeen, Poli ce Sta tion Pahargaon, Police Station Chatham, JNRM College, Port Bla ir, Fish Landing Centre, Junglighat, IOC, Forest Guest House Carbyns Cove, Poli ce Sta tion Bambooflat, Police Station Ogra bra j, Police Sta tion Chouldari, Police Station Humfrigunj, O.P Wimberlygunj, O.P Ferrargunj, Police Booth Hati taapu, OP Tirur, Tirur Jarawa Protection Post, OP Radhanagar, Rajiv Gandhi
Mr. Ajoy Bairagi, Member HMAC and State General Secretary, BJP called on the Lt Governor, Admiral D K Joshi, PVSM, AVSM, YSM, NM, VSM (Retd.) at Raj Niwas on 17.05.18. Several issues regarding development of A&N Islands were discussed.
tional broadcast through All India Radio News, New Delhi depends upon the news wor thiness. RNU, Port Blair’s Fax Number is 03192-230118. In future all the departments can send their news directly in the name of News Editor All India Radio Port Blair.
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Awami Ittehad Party will show black flags to PM Modi during Kashmir visit: MLA Langate SRINAGAR: The Independent legislator from Langate constituency in Jammu and Kashmir, Sheikh Abdul Rasheed, said on Thursday that activists of his outfit would show black flags to Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to the valley on May 19. "Awami Ittehad Party (AIP) will receive Modi with black flags so as to make the world community realise that India is not serious and sincere in resolving the Kashmir issue and also as a protest against police atrocities in the valley," Rasheed told reporters here. He said his party would salute the prime minister if he offered unconditional dialogue with all stakeholders in Kashmir. "The ceasefire (announced by the central government) is the first step. We will salute the prime minister if he means business and offers unconditional dialogue with the stakeholders, otherwise it is just to hoodwink the
world community," he said. The legislator welcomed the Centre's unilateral ceasefire during the Muslim fasting month of Ramzan but warned of "black sheep (in the police force) trying to sabotage it". "(Chief Minister) Mehbooba Mufti and Modi need not fear the separatists," he said. Ridiculing the state Director General of Police S P Vaid's appeal to families of militants to shun the path of violence, Rasheed termed it as a "childish" statement. "I do not know what compulsion he had to say it, but it is a childish statement. I think it is to provoke the militants," he said.He asked the Centre to make ceasefire permanent.
"The ceasefire should be made permanent. I am sure the other side (militants) will reciprocate. Then India and Pakistan need to talk to each other to address the issue," the MLA said.
LOST I Surdara Sanyasi, S/o Dasarat Sanyasi, R/o Kishorinagar have lost islander identity card at kishorinagar on 18.04.18,finder pls call 9476090127.
Schedule for week May 18 - May 20 Raazi (Hin U/A) - 5:30 PM Deadpool 2 (Hin A) - 3:00 PM & 8:30 PM Deadpool 2 (Eng A) - 12:30 PM
Cong-JD(S) move SC against nomination of Anglo-Indian MLA in Karnataka assembly
NEW DELHI: The CongressJD(S) combine today moved the Supreme Court against the decision of Karnataka governor Vajubhai Vala to nominate an Anglo-Indian member to the assembly, saying it should not be done till the floor test in the House. In the petition, the Congress-JD(S) has sought a direction that the nomination of Anglo-Indian Vinisha Nero by the governor be set aside till Yeddyurappa undergoes a floor test in the House to prove his majority.
The fresh petition will be heard by a bench comprising justices A K Sikri, S A Bobde and Ashok Bhushan, which in a historic pre-dawn hearing, allowed the scheduled swearing-in of Yeddyurappa as the chief minister. The strength of the Karnataka assembly is 224 and nomination of one Anglo-Indian member takes it to 225. The petition was filed in the afternoon and is likely to be heard on Friday along with the main petition of the combine on which the apex court in the wee hours today refused to stay the swearing-in of B S Yeddyurappa as the chief minister of the state.
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