Family planning counseling training concludes

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PORT  BLAIR, MAR 11 :The two- day training for ANMs, organized by the District Health Society of the District Administration, South Andaman under National Health Mission concluded today. The topic for today training was Family Planning Counseling on Post Partum IUCD. Dr. S K Kathpalia (Obst & Gynae), ANIIMS, Port Blair through power point presentation, brief the trainees on Read More

Walk in interview postponed

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PORT BLAIR, MAR 11 : Due to Administrative reason, the walk in interview, scheduled to be conducted on 15th March, 2017 from 9.30 onwards for the post of State Coordinator of “Unique ID for Persons with Disabilities”, Andaman & Nicobar Islands is hereby postponed. Next date will be intimated in due course. Read More

Mahila Congress celebrates IWD

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PORT BLAIR, MARCH 11:The International Women’s Day 2017  was celebrated by the Andaman Nicobar  Mahila Congress Committee  at  Andhra Association hall here on 9th March, 201.   Bhagat Singh, Chairperson, A & N State Cooperative Bank, Port Blair  was  the  Chief guest  on the occasion.  Addressing the  large number of  ladies    he   stressed the need Read More

Holi Milan at HSKP today

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PORT BLAIR, MARCH 11: On the eve of festival of colours, Hindi Sahitya Kala Parishad, like previous year, will organize Holi Milan Sandhya, at Hindi Bhawan, at 6 p.m. on 12th March. Dr. Shiv Shankar Singh will be the chief guest.  Dr. Onkar Singh will preside over the function.  Dr. Ashok Kumar Dubey will be Read More

7 places to find the best street food in Chennai

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What is the first thing that pops up in your mind when you think about food in Chennai? Idli sambar in all likelihood will be your answer. Some may add vada and dosa to the list as well. But is there anything else that Chennai can offer like Mumbai and Kolkata, the cities that are Read More

VIEWPOINT: Tamu, window to Myanmar

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S Balakrishnan* The cultural linkage between Manipur and Myanmar was quite visible by the mythical dragons guarding the portal of the Buddhist Pagoda in Tamu, akin to the Kangla-sha statues found in Kangla Fort in Imphal. The small town of Tamu just across Moreh in Manipur is a window to Myanmar (Burma), that helps a quick peek and back Read More