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5.5 magnitude earthquake hits off Andaman coast
Mumbai Mirror

Moderate Intensity Quake Off North Andaman Island

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Sakaal Times

Moderate quake in off coast of North Andaman

A moderate quake, measuring 5.5 magnitude on the Richter scale, struck off coast of North Andaman Island today. An India Meteorological Department statement said the tremor hit the Island at 1237 hrs. The quake was epicentered at 14.3 degrees north ...
 NetIndia123.com7 hours ago Moderate earthquake in off coast of North Andaman  Sakaal Times11 hours ago

Facts through fiction

HYDERABAD: As a researcher, Pankaj Sekhsaria has been travelling to the Andaman islands for a long time now, and every single visit taught him something about the local island tribes. Even before that, his engagement with indigenous tribes as an ...
 New Indian Express4 weeks ago LG releases Pankaj Sekhsaria's The Last Wave- An Island Novel  The Echo Of India3 days ago An island in the sun  Outlook Traveller2 weeks ago The act of writing is a joy in itself: Pankaj Sekhsaria  Asian Age4 hours ago
Times of India

Women's Commission must for A&N, PCC tells Centre

The Centre should plan to set up a Women's Commission in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, A&N PCC president Kuldeep Rai Sharma has requested to Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh in a letter. To safeguard, promote and protect the rights of the ...
 The Echo Of India1 day ago Minority Commission for A&N Islands yet to be set up  The Echo Of India4 days ago Visually attractive political campaigning: Port Blair sets an example  The Echo Of India5 days ago `2,278 cr set aside to set up Andaman telecom network  Financial Chronicle6 days ago
Financial Express

Shipwreck diving tours near Andamans draw adventure travellers

Over 24 meters deep into the ocean a World War II Japanese shipwreck - Inket resting near the Andamans' Duncan Island has become quite a tourist attraction. Deep sea divers from India and equal numbers from the Western countries are flocking the ...
 Business Standard3 days ago Shipwreck-diving tours drawing adventure travellers  Business Standard India1 day ago Go 'Wreck Diving' at the Andaman Island  Financial Express2 weeks ago Explore the sunken World War II Japanese shipwreck Inket in the ocean of The Andamans  Travel News3 weeks ago
The Financial Chronicle

Andaman and Nicobar birds among thr...

Two species of birds specific to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands are among the eight new species added to the list of birds in the country that are threatened. These are: Andaman teal and Andaman green pigeon. Over 170 species of birds in the ...
 The Echo Of India1 day ago On a wing & a prayer  The Financial Chronicle4 hours ago Eight more species added to International Union for Conservation of Nature red list of threatened birds  Times of India3 days ago Eight species added to IUCN Red List of threatened birds  DeshGujarat3 days ago
The Hindu

Paralysis cases in A&N Islands

There have been four cases of Acute Flaccid Paralysis in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the past three years, one in 2012, two in 2013 and one this year, till July 12, according to a written reply of the Health Minister in the Lok Sabhaon ...
 The Echo Of India3 days ago Health benefits for A&N residents sent for treatment to mainland  The Echo Of India4 days ago LG to pay tributes to Kargil martyrs on Jul 26  The Echo Of India4 days ago A&N Islands grouped in most active seismic zone  The Echo Of India5 days ago

Normal rain in rice season, scanty for vegetables

Going by the rainfall pattern, farmers in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands growing vegetables have been asked to practice rain water harvesting but rice cultivators can go for normal cultivation, says the Agromet advisory unit, CIARI, Port Blair. ...
 The Echo Of India3 days ago Heavy rain, rough sea warning for fishermen  The Echo Of India5 days ago Heavy rainfall, high wind and wave warning  The Echo Of India1 week ago Heavy rainfall warning  The Echo Of India2 weeks ago

Polio vaccination figures

A total of 15.46 lakh children have been inoculated against polio in pulse polio programmes in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands since the inception of the programme in 1995 and 2014. No polio case has been reported from any part of the country after ...
 The Echo Of India3 days ago
EGov Online

3 IAS officers transferred to A&N Islands

In a major bureaucratic reshuffle, three IAS officers posted in Delhi Government have been transferred to Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The orders were issued by the Home Ministry on Thursday. According to sources, Excise Commissioner J B Singh, a ...
 The Echo Of India1 week ago Major bureaucratic reshuffle in Delhi Govt  EGov Online1 week ago IAS Officers in Delhi government reshuffled  DNA India1 week ago Babus sent packing  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago
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