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BSNL’s undersea cable damaged near Middle Strait

North & Middle Andaman goes out of Internet network coverage DJ Venkatesh Sheekha News Service

Diglipur, Feb 21: It has been learnt that the undersea cable of BSNL at Middle Strait, which provides internet connectivity to entire North and Middle Andaman area have suffered heavy damaged for unknown reasons. This has resulted in total blackout of internet in North and Middle Andaman since last four days. According to reports engineers are already at work and are trying to rectify the fault and probably now the BSNL

Remain ‘afloat’ from today; courtesy ANIIDCO Port Blair, Feb 21: After safety audit floating restaurant ‘afloat’ will be open for guests from Feb 22, 2014. The floating restaurant will sail every day except Tuesday from Phoenix Bay jetty at 7.30 pm. The floating restaurant offers live band, night

cruise with dinner. The floating restaurant also has an AC restaurant and is also ideal for hosting birthday parties, etc. For details, one can contact over ph. nos. 03192-232380/ 231664/246231, mob: 9932080809, a communication from the General Manager, ANIIDCO said here today.

Annual Sports Day Celebrations by Coast Guard Kg School, Port Blair will be replacing the entire cable as repair of the cable seems to be impossible. Sources told Andaman Sheekha that this work make take

another 7 to 10 days, which is certainly a very bad news for internet users of North and Middle Andaman, especially those who are dependent on Internet for their business.

BJP extends full support to PBMC DRMs’ Dharna

Port Blair, Feb 21: The Coast Guard Kinder Garden School celebrated its Annual Sports Day on 21 Feb 14 at Coast Guard Indoor Sports Complex, Panipath Road, Haddo.  Inspector General VSR Murthy, PTM, TM, Commander Coast Guard Region (A&N) was the Chief Guest for the function. Mrs Jyoti Murthy, President Tatrakshika (A&N) also graced the occasion as Guest

of Honour. The function commenced with reading of annual report by the Principal Mrs Vidya Umachandran, highlighting the various activities and milestones achieved by the School during Academic Year 2013-2014.  Vivid cultural programme and scintillating sports performances by tiny tots won the hearts of highly appreciative audience (See page 8)

Banners & posters handed over by Rotary Club for PPI awareness Port B lair , Feb 21: T he Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) t oday ext end ed all out support to the Daily Rated Mazdoors of PBMC, who are pr esent ly sit ting on a

Dharna at Tiranga Park wit h d emand ing permanent status in job, t r anspar ency in appointment, stop tender work and stop back door

entry.“BJP strongly feel that all the above demands are genuine & we extend our all out support to these,” Vishal Jolly the president of BJP said in a press release.

Port Blair, Feb 21: In a simple function held at Directorate of Health Services, Rtn. Kaushik Banerjee, President and Rtn. Shymal Choudury, Pulse Polio incharge of Rotary Club, A&N Islands handed over banners & posters to Dr. S.K. Paul, Director of Health Services,

A&N Administration for creating awareness among the general public about 2 nd  round Pulse Polio Immunization to be held on Feb 23, 2014 for administering Polio Drops children between 0-5 years in A&N Islands, a communication said.


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Last day of 15th Lok Sabha: PM says country Financial Literacy Programme can take hard decisions, Sushma praises Sonia for Women Students in JNRM NEW DELHI: The passage of Telangana bill indicated that this country can take "difficult" decisions, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said in the Lok Sabha on Friday. In his concluding remarks on the last day of the 15th Lok Sabha, he said the manner in which the Telangana Bill was passed was another example that the country was capable of taking difficult decisions. Unlike the disruptions and the slogan shouting, the House witnessed bonhomie and camaraderie on the last day with Prime Minister, leader of the House Sushilkumar Shinde, leader of the opposition Sushma Swaraj as also some other party leaders speaking well of each other. Singh hoped that a new sense of consensus will emerge to carry the country to new pathways, noting that "out of this strife and tensionful atmosphere, birth of a new atmosphere of hope will emerge." The Prime Minister, who has been at the helm for the past 10 years and has declared that he will not opt for a third term, said people will now have an opportunity to judge on performance, weaknesses and achievements of the government in the upcoming elections. He hailed Shinde for performing his duties with superb aplomb and also praised the role of the leader of the opposition. Leader of the op-

position Sushma Swaraj today praised Sonia Gandhi and other Congress leaders, returning the accolades received in the Lok Sabha. Swaraj, who had once said that she will tonsure her head if Sonia Gandhi becomes Prime Minister, said she was a graceful leader. As she spoke for the last time in the 15th Lok Sabha, which was adjourned sine die on Friday, Swaraj showered praise on BJP patriarch LK Advani who was seen with moist eyes. Swaraj, who was at her witty best, drew applause from members as she mentioned that parliamentary affairs minister Kamal Nath tried "shararat (mischief)" ways, while Sushilkumar Shinde displayed "sharafat (decency)". Besides, she said UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi's gracefulness and the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's gentleness helped in conduct of the 15th Lok

Sabha. While Swaraj appreciated the "nayay priyata (judicious)" approach of Advani, the BJP patriarch was seen with moist eyes and trying hard to control his tears. "We are going back with so many sweet and sour memories," Swaraj said. When the history of the 15th Lok Sabha is written, it will say that for most of the time there were interruptions but most awaited bills were also passed during this time, she noted. She mentioned that many important bills including those related to Telangana, street vendors and land acquisition were passed in the 15th Lok Sabha. "We oppose each other but we are not enemies ... We oppose ideologies," she said. Swaraj also said that she cannot bless them victory but can wish them glory. "We should contest (elections) with dignity," she added.

Akash missile test-fired BALASORE: India on Thursday test-fired the indigenously developed surfaceto-air Akash missile from the Integrated Test Range launch complex at Chandipur near here. The missile targeted a floating object supported by Pilotless Target Aircraft (PTA) 'Lakshya', defence officials said. "Akash was test fired from launch complex-3 at 11.22am," a defence official said, adding that "some more trials would be con-

ducted within the next couple of days". "During the trial, the missile was aimed at intercepting a floating object supported by a pilotless target aircraft, flown from launch complex-II, at a definite altitude over the sea," according to a source. Akash is a medium range surface-to-air anti-aircraft defence system developed by the DRDO as part of the Integrated Guided Missile Development Programme. It has a strike range of 25 km and can carry a war-

head of 60 kgs. It has the capability to target aircraft up to 30 km away and is packed with a battery that can track and attack several targets simultaneously, they said. With the capability to neutralize aerial targets like fighter jets, cruise missiles, air-to-surface missiles etc, defence experts compare Akash to the American MIM-104 Patriot surface-to-air missile system. The last trial was conducted on June 6, 2012 from the same base.

 Port Blair, Feb 21: The Department of Home science, JNRM in collaboration with NABARD, Port Blair is organizing two days workshop on “Financial Literacy for Women Students” from 21st to 22nd February  2014.  Shri K Venkatesan, Assistant Professor & HOD, Home science welcomed the gathering and explained the significance of the workshop. Dr Iqbal Ahmad, Principal, JNRM while delivering special address he congratulated the Home science Department for taking novel efforts which in turn make the students as stakeholders and brand ambassador for many national schemes and programmes. Though we are

all literate by not the knowing the how to utilize the basic services of banking sector we are considered as illiterate. The Chief Guest of the inaugural session Shri Gananath Tarai, General Manager, NABARD, informed that it is an attempt from NABARD that every citizen of our country should become aware of the financial matter and transactions. He exhorted the student’s community to take part in the two days workshop actively and reap benefits out of it and inform the same to the rural masses in their locality. The programme was concluded with the vote of thanks proposed by Smt Nidhi Katiyar, Assistant Professor in Home science.

Island Yoga Students Shine in the National Competition Port Blair, Feb 21: The 59th SGFI Yogasana competitions were held at Ahmedabad (Gujarat) from 16th January to 20th January 2014. Altogether 25 states from all over the India participated in the competitions. From our Islands also a small group of 07 girls students of Under 14 years age group has participated for the first time. Even then from our Island team came in XIth position (out of 25 states) in National level. The team was sponsored by the Education department of our Islands, for the first time,

the participants were led by Shri. Mohammed Iqbal PET, GSS Jungli Ghat and Smti. Udiya Kumari, PET from Mohammed Iqbal PET, GSS Junglighat and Smti. Udiya Kumari, PET from Mayabunder zone. The audience of Gujarat and the team manager and coaches appreciated the Andaman student’s talents by pushing behind the leading states (Punjab), AP, Assam, Himachal, J&K, Chandigarh etc.) with developed facilities and participating since last many years.

Solar panel scam case: Accused released on bail from prison THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: After spending nearly eight months in prison in connection with the solar panel scam case, the key accused Saritha S Nair was on Friday released from jail on bail. She walked out of the Attakulagara sub-jail here after she was granted bail in all the 33 cases registered, police sources said. Sarit ha was arrested on June 4 last year. Coming out of the prison, Saritha said she was happy to be freed and wanted to meet her children first. The case shook the state's Congress-led UDF government after it took a

turn following the alleged link between three staff in the office of chief minister Oommen Chandy and the accused. Seizing on the issue, CPM led LDF opposition had conducted a series of agitations demanding t he resignation of Chandy, which finally prompted the government to order a judicial probe into the scam. The scam pertains to cheating of huge sums allegedly by Saritha Nair along with her accomplice Biju Radhakrishnan by offering people solar panel solutions.


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ANSCB distributes Cooperative Cards at Little Andaman Port Blair, Feb 21: A & N State Coop. Bank distributes Cooperative Cards for the Door delivery of pensions for Old age, Widow and Disabled Persons at Hutbay & R K Pur, Little Andamans Hutbay, 21st February, 2014: The Andaman & Nicobar State Cooperative Bank Ltd. has organised a function at St. Antony’s Catholic Church, Hut Bay for the distribution of Cooperative Cards for Door Delivery of & Disabled Persons on 20th Mr. Kuldeep Rai Sharma, Pensions to Old Age, Widow February, 2014 at 11.00 am. (See page 7)

ANSCU opens Free Tailoring and Fashion designing Centre at Hut Bay Port Blair, Feb 21: The AN State Cooperative Union has today opened a free tailoring and fashion designing centre at Ongi Tirkey, Hutbay which was inaugurated by the Managing Director of ANS Cooperative Bank, Ravinder Rao in presence of the Chairman, ANSCU Kuldeep Rai Sharma. In his address Rao has stated that after taking over the charges of Chairman, ANSCU and Vice Chairman, ANS Coop Bank, not only these units have shown tremendous turnover but also people of these islands are also being benefitted in many ways through his vision. In his address Kuldeep has said that rural women are the most socioeconomically oppressed class. Rural communities are under-privileged with little income. Any work they find is lowstatus, menial and insecure. Their nutrition, health and education are very poor. They lack higher-level qualifications and so have difficulty in finding work. Hence he has insisted the ANSCU as Chairman to impart vari-

ous training programmes at various level at various backward areas of these islands for the rural women as he sincerely wants to see every woman is financially secured and independent. Accordingly this free tailoring and fashion designing centre has been introduced by the ANSCU here. Kuldeep has further said that his aim is to train and support impoverished rural women in tailoring and fashion designing, so that they can support themselves and their families in these hard days. Kuldeep has further stated that the womenfolk need training for useful, better-paid employment to improve their families’ circumstances and this is the reason the team of ANSCU has introduced various training schemes for the womenfolk in particular and others in general throughout various parts of these islands, especially in rural areas. The PRI members, parents and general public have attended the function. Total 50 have registered themselves for this training.

Death Mourned Port Blair, Feb 21: Mr. Harris Anselm, State president & All Party members of Bahujan Samaj Party, A&N Islands has deeply condoled the death of Mrs Chandra Wati, age 65 yrs , R/

o Dollygunj, W/o Late Roop Narayan and Mother of Pradeep Narayan, Up Pradhan, Gram Panchayat, Dollygunj and State General Secretary of Bahujan Samaj Party.

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Result of RSC T-20 Cricket Matches Port Blair, Feb 21: In the ongoing RSC Open T-20 league cum- knockout Cricket tournament Bazaar Warriors defeated District Administration by 30 runs. Rafeek of District Administration scored 55 in 58 balls. In the second match Nisa XI defeated Jadwet Sporting Club by 4 wickets. Habib of Nisa XI scored 56 in 58 balls. In the first match played on 21st February, MK. Brothers defeated A&N Forest Department by 25 runs.

In the second match Liyaqat Brothers defeated NCP XI by 99 runs. Vikas Kumar Singh of Liyaqat Brothers scored 33 runs.  Tomorrow (22-0214) in the first match at 0615hrs, Navjeevan Sporting Club will clash against A &N State Co-operative Bank. In the second match at 0945hrs, Shadipur XI will clash against A &N Forest XI, and in the third and final match of the day, Nisa XI will lock horns (See page 6)


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EDITORIAL..... Benefits Of Chanting Vedic Mantras Of the panchamahayagnas or five great sacrifices, the first is Brahma yagnam or Sandhya vandanam, the performance of which banishes all stress and improves self-esteem. Sandhya also means union of jivatma with paramatma, the micro with the macro. Chanting these mantras is your conversation with God, with no one to come between you and the divine. Hence the potential is infinite. Once you gain self-confidence and are stress-free, you will never contemplate suicide – the bane of even educated, literate people in Kerala, for instance. So regain your atma shakti, the divine power, your potential, that is right there inside you. The second yagna is pitru yagna addressed to your parents and your gurus. It is more important to take care of your parents while they are living rather than offer prayers to them when they are dead. Shradam or rituals for the dead lose all meaning if you do not respect, revere and take care of parents while they are alive. This is true shradam. This is a salient feature of vedic culture, to revere elders and take care of them in their old age. The third yagna is agnihotra or deva yagna. Agni or fire of knowledge is most powerful. It spreads light, and this is symbolic of spread of divinity everywhere. The Olympics start with the flame, is it not? They run with it across countries, spreading ‘light’. Agni is also symbol of prosperity. When food and herbs are offered to the fire, it is symbolic of offering what you have to others first. Give to those who are in need. Give, not for personal benefit but for common good, for cosmic good. The fourth is naimitika karmas

and these include 16 shodasha kriyas, performed on special occasions. The first among these is garbha daanam or how to make a good child. Pumsa vana is for longevity and then you have others like seemantham for a good life, upanayanam for the child to realise that he is divinity personified, ‘You are That!’ The fifth and last of the panchamahayagnas is nara medham yagnam, rites for the departed, in reverential remembrance of all that we benefited from ancestors who have gifted us with the history of humankind they carried in their genes and that which we will carry forth as well. Depending on how we live our lives, we will enhance or degrade our genetic pool -- for everything that we do eventually becomes a habit and in due course perhaps gets manifested in our genes as well, for better or for worse. That is why we pay so much importance to right living, to show reverence to all life and to the environment. In ancient times, every home had a sacred grove, indicating reverence for nature. Of course, we need to take everything in the current context – but preserving sacred groves, whether in one’s home or outside in public spaces, will definitely benefit the environment that is getting degraded by global warming. Vedic knowledge, if applied to current times in the right context, can only benefit us –no vedic ritual is directed at personal benefit; it is all meant for good of the entire community for as the sacred scriptures point out, vasudhaiva kutumbakam – we are one family. Good karma generates even more good karma and will benefit everyone. (Acharya M R Rajesh, head, Kasyapa Veda Research Foundation at Kozhikode, Kerala, held a Somayagam, February 13-19).

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PUBLIC NOTICE Port Blair 21st 2014: In the recent past it is seen that the roadside, round abouts /Traffic Islands of Municipal area is occupied with banners/flags /cutouts /flag post etc of various events/programme causing inconvenience to the public. It is also observed that these banners /flags/cutouts /flag post etc are also creating hurdles in town planning. In exercise of powers conferred under Sub Section (3)(1) of section 49 of the A&N Islands (Municipal)Regulation ,1994 the Chairperson ,PBMC hereby notifies that no such banners /flags/ flag post be erected within the Municipal area without the prior permission of the Port Blair Municipal Council. If anyone c ontravenes /violates the above direction, he /she will bedealt in the following manners:i. Imposition of fine to the extent of Rs.5000/-and or ii. Immediate removal of banners /flags/cutouts/flag post without any notice. This comes into force with immediate effects.

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Rajmohan Gandhi joins AAP NEW DELHI: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) got a shot in the a r m when Rajmohan Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, joined the party on Friday. “The party is vehemently opposed to corruption and this is what I liked in it. There is a disparity between the rich and poor and this also r eflects in poor. “If a common man joins and also becomes a part of politics then this is a welcoming step,” Gandhi, son of Devdas Gandhi and maternal grandson of C Rajagopalchari said. T he 7 8-yea r -old

Gandhi, who had contested against former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi fr om Amethi, has expressed his willingness to contest on a party ticket. The party has remained mum over the issue. “I would like to contest elections, but it is upon the party to decide on this,” Gandhi said, but refused to comment on his preferred constituency. He added that he wa s app r oached by t he party, but declined to reveal who he was in touch with from AAP and when was he contacted to join the party.

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Observance of Anti TB Week by STBCS Port Blair, Feb 21: Under Revised National TB Control Programme, the State TB Control Society, Port Blair (STBCS) is observing ‘Anti TB Week’ from Feb 17 to 23 by conducting various IEC activities to create awa r enes s on T B, New Treatment Strategy DOTS among the general public. As part of this, a function was arranged in t he conf er ence ha ll,

AYUSH Hospital here today where Dr. S. P. Burma, State TB Officer spoke on T B & N ew Tr ea t ment Strategy DOTS. A question answer session was a ls o held du r ing t he p r ogr a mme, wher e D r. Burma replied all the queries. M eanwhile, an awareness programme for the students and teachers of GSS, South Point was

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Teams of A&N Police & 22 Punjab Regiment to meet in ARPAN Volleyball final

Port Blair, Feb 21: The fi- D r. S D in es h K a n na n, nal ma tch of the ‘State DFO South Andaman will O p en A R PA N R o l li n g be the special invitee for Cup Volley Ball Champi- the occasion. onship – 2014’ shall be A& N P ol ice enplayed on Feb 22, 2014 at t er ed t he fina l b ea t ing 6 pm in the Forest Ground YFC Haddo. In a nail bitTushnabad. T he finalist ing match played yesterfor the championship are d a y, A & N P o l ic e b ea t A&N Police & 22 Punjab YFC Haddo in the fifth Regiment. s et of t he ma t ch. S hr i T h e S ecr et a r y, S a ima n of YFC H addo SAC/IP&T, Shri Rakesh was adjudged man of the B a li w il l b e t he c hi ef match. gu es t on t he o cca s i on. The tournament is Mr. Lucas Robert, Direc- b ein g or g a ni z ed b y (From page 3) t or ( S p o r t s ) a n d M r. AR PAN in a s s ocia t ion K u ld eep R a i S h a r ma , with Youth Club Ograbraj Pr esident ANT CC shall a n d M A K A z a d You t h musical teacher, which was be the guests of honour. Club Tushnabad. also one of the beneficiaries. Mr. K Murugan, Following Posts are Vacant at Chief General Manager of the Bank welcomed the Chief Guest and other delegates present on the occasion. Shri JUNGLIGHAT, PORT BLAIR Ravinder Rao, Managing DiContact at: 9434280382, 9679560328, 237360 rector of the Bank in his ad1. SALESMEN- 10 Nos dress informed the gatherings 2. DRIVER-1 No (Having 2 Wheeler and 4 regarding the benefits of the Wheeler driving license, living within municipal area) Cooperative Cards meant for door delivery of pensions. He briefly explained the Operational procedures of the cards through electronic machine and informed the gathering that the bank is willing to provide all sorts of assistance. Mr. Kuldeep Rai Sharma, Vice Chairman of the bank in his key note address urged all the youths and general public of the area to come forward and avail financial assistance with the Bank. The Chief Guest distributed Cooperative Cards to Disabled, Widow and Old age pensioners. The programme ended with vote of thanks proposed by Mr. Sukanto Malakkar, Staff member, ANSCB, R K Pur. ar r anged at Community Hall, Shadipur on Feb 19. Around 210 students including staff members attended the programme. T he Medical Officer STBCS, Dr. Reena Joshi, informed the gathering about prevention and control of tuberculosis. She along with other officers also replied queries raised by the audience during the question answer session.

ANSCB distributes..... Vice Chairman of the Bank was the Chief Guest of the occasion. The programme was also attended by Smt. Nalayani, Samiti Member, Fr. Andrews, St. Antony’s Catholic Church, Captain of Harminder Bay, Senior Officials of the bank and a large gathering of pensioners, customers, general public and local residents of the area. Mr. K Murugan, Chief General Manager of the Bank welcomed the Chief Guest and other delegates present on the occasion. Shri Ravinder Rao, Managing Director of the Bank in his address informed the gatherings regarding the benefits of the Cooperative Cards meant for door delivery of pensions. He briefly explained the Operational procedures of the cards through electronic machine and informed the gathering that the bank is willing to provide all sorts of assistance. Mr. Kuldeep Rai Sharma, Vice Chairman of the bank in his key note address presented a brief portfolio of the different schemes

of the Bank. He further urged all the youths and general public of the area to come forward and avail financial assistance with the Bank. The Chief Guest distributed Cooperative Cards to Disabled, Widow and Old age pensioners. The programme ended with vote of thanks proposed by Mr. M K Rajan Kunju, DGM (F & A), ANSCB. R K Pur, Little Andamans, 21st February, 2014: A similar function was also organised at R K Pur Little Andamans for the distribution of Cooperative Cards for Door Delivery of Pensions to Old Age, Widow & Disabled Persons on 20th February, 2014 at 3.00 pm. Mr. Kuldeep Rai Sharma, Vice Chairman of the Bank was the Chief Guest of the occasion. The programme was also attended by Pradhan, V K Pur, ExPradhan, R K Pur, Senior Officials of the bank and a large gathering of pensioners, customers, general public and local residents of the area including Mr. Ajay Das, the

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Governing body meeting of DRDA South Andaman held Port Blair, Feb 21: The 21st Governing Body meeting of District Rural Development Agency (DRDA), South Andaman was held under the Chairmanship of the Chairman, DRDA, (Adhyaksha, Zilla Parishad) on 19/02/2014 in the Conference Hall, Zilla Parishad.           The  meeting  was  attended by the Upadhyaksh, Zilla Parishad, the Executive Director, DRDA, South Andaman (CEO Zilla Parishad), the Project Director, DRDA (ADM South Andaman), the Pramukhs & Pradhans of South Andaman District, and senior officers of the NABARD, SBI and the Co-operative Bank, the BDOs and Officers of the Department of Rural Development, the District Industries

Centre and other concerned departments. The interests of the tribal groups were watched and represented by the Director (Tribal Welfare) and a representative of Tribal Council.          It was noted with satisfaction that there is no pending case where assistance under the Indira Awaas Yojana (lAY) has been applied for and is pending.           Many significant  suggestions were made by the public representatives regarding the possibility of extending the reach of the lAY to a larger section of the BPL population.           The  Governing  Body decided to take up the long delayed construction of community toilets at various locations of South Andaman dis-

trict and in the Anganwadis, by utilizing the available fund under earlier Pour Flush Latrine Scheme of the Govt. of India.           The Dy General Manager NABARD presented the salient features of the National Rural Livelihood Mission and conveyed the need for formulating the State Rural Livelihood Mission for the Andaman and Nicobar islands.           The  Governing  Body decided to take up consultation with the NABCONS for formulation of the State Mission Plan for the speedy implementation of the Scheme and early creation of means of livelihood for the local population. It was also decided to prepare a detailed action plan for submitting the same to the Ministry for early release of funds.

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Annual Sports... comprising of Commanding Officers and Officer-inCharges of CG Ships and Establishments at Port Blair, Committee Members of Tatrakshika (A&N) and Parents/Grandparents of children studying in CGKG School, Port Blair. On completion of sports events, Mrs Jyoti Murthy, President Tatrakshika (A&N) gave away prizes to the children who excelled in various sports fixtures and Best Student Award was given by IG VSR Murthy to Master Abhinabo Bagchi from UKG. Speaking on the occasion, IG Murthy congratulated the Principal and her dedicated Teaching and non-Teaching staff for organizing the Annual Sports Day in a most befitting manner.  He also

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expressed his deep satisfaction over the functioning of the CGKG School, Port Blair and wished all the students and the Teaching staff Good Luck in all their future endeavours, a communiqué received from Commandant Rajeev Sharma, PRO Coast Guard.

LOST My Family Identity Card issued in the name of ANIL KRISHNA MISTRY R/o Kalighat bearing number 2007034611 lost at Diglipur bazaar. Finder please call 9932493418.

Deaths Mourned by MP Port Balir, Feb 21: Mr. Bishnu Pada Ray, Member of Parliament, A & N Islands has condoled the death of Smti Chandrawati, age about 65 years, W/o late Roop

Narayan, R/o Dollygunj, Port Blair, who expired on today i.e 21.02.2014, at G. B. Pant Hospital and also for sudden demise of Shri R. K. Majhi, Superintendent of Juvenile

Homes, Directorate of Social Welfare, Port Blair, who expired on 19.02.2014. Prayed to the almighty to give strength to the bereaved family to bear the irreparable loss.

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