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Six hurt in clash between NCP-Congress workers

KOCHI: Six Congress workers were injured in an alleged clash between NCP workers and Congress workers at Kalpeni in Lakshadweep. Following the incident, Kalpeni Administrative authorities clamped 144, and the law order was under control now, Kalpeni ... Kaumudi, 1 week ago
'NCP Attack Without Provocation' New Indian Express, 3 days ago
NCP-Cong Activists Clash, Nine Held New Indian Express, 1 week ago

Phase II of Coastal Radar Network on the Anvil

Continuing with the coastal security measures across the country, implementation of the second phase of the coastal radar network project by the Indian Coast Guard will begin within a couple of months. In the second phase, two more radar stations ...
 New Indian Express2 days ago

Law and Order Still Not Under Control in Lakshadweep

A week after the Congress-NCP clash at Kalpeni in the Lakshadweep islands, the law and order situation in the islands is still not under control. A couple of accused in the case are still at large. Also, prohibitory order issued for two islands - ...
 New Indian Express5 days ago

'Take Steps to Stop Police Action Against People of Lakshadweep'

M P Achuthan MP, has demanded that peace be restored in Lakshadweep and immediate steps be taken to stop police action against innocent people in the island. In a letter written to Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde, Achuthan urged that the Centre ...
 New Indian Express6 days ago

Lakshadweep expects 20% increase in tourist arrivals

New islands being explored to set up resorts Joy Roy Choudhury - Kolkata The UT of Lakshadweep is expecting at least 20 per cent increase in domestic and foreign tourist arrivals in the coming fiscal. In order to strengthen its sales and ...
 Express TravelWorld1 week ago

87.05 per cent polling recorded in Lakshadweep

Kavaratti:Lakshadweep Lok Sabha constituency recorded 87.05 per cent polling for the lone seat in the polls held yesterday in the Union Territory, where Congress sitting MP Hamdullah Sayeed is trying his luck for the second time. The polling ...
 DNA India1 week ago 87.05% Polling Recorded in Lakshadweep  Outlook India1 week ago Lok Sabha 2014: 87.05 per cent polling recorded in Lakshadweep  Economic Times1 week ago

Development, Graft Dominate Poll Campaign in Lakshadweep

It could well be termed as an irony. The island constituency of Lakshadweep, one of the smallest in the country has six candidates - five representing national parties and one state party - fighting it out in the coming Lok Sabha polls. At the last ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago Infrastructure, Graft Top Issues in Dweep  New Indian Express1 month ago

Left parties try to get a foothold in Lakshadweep

Notwithstanding their continuing assertion of broader Left unity elsewhere, both CPI(M) and CPI are now locking horns in a pitched battle in the country's tiniest Lok Sabha constituency, Lakshadweep, to ensure at least a small foothold of their own.
 The Hindu1 month ago

Australian Navy frigate HMAS Darwin visits Southern Command

Kochi: HMAS (Her Majesty’s Australian Ship) Darwin a long range escort frigate of the Australian Navy called at Kochi today. Commanded by Commander Terence Morrison, the ship is en route to Western Arabian Sea for operations with other multinational forces.
 Frontier India2 months ago
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