Port Blair, Sept. 22: On 20 & 21 Sep 23, Indian Coast Guard District Headquarters -14, conducted a Maritime Search and Rescue Workshop for all stakeholders present in the A&N Region. The workshop was inaugurated by Deputy Inspector General PB Mandal, TM, Commander Coast District No. 14. The event witnessed participation of reps from multiple Maritime Search and Rescue (M-SAR) stakeholder organisations.

Port Blair, Sept. 22: The Rangat Police demonstrated its unwavering commitment to justice by swiftly solving a hit and run blind case that occurred near Darbar Bakery, Rangat. Within a mere 16 hours of the incident, the dedicated police team apprehended the prime suspect, providing much-needed closure to the victim and the community.

On 20th September 2023, the Rangat Police received information of a hit and run incident near Darbar Bakery, Rangat. The victims were taken to CHC Rangat for immediate medical attention by some Samaritan. A team from the Rangat Police Station promptly responded to the call and recorded a statement from Miss. Pooja Samadder, Supervisor at Rangat Gram Panchayat, revealing the details of the incident.

Shaheed Dweep, Sept. 22: In continuation of the war against drugs, the team of Police Station Shaheed Dweep has arrested one accused under NDPS Act 1985 with a recovery of 02 Nos. Cannabis (Ganja) Plants.

On 19/09/2023, a credible information was received from an informer that a person namely Rahul Das has cultivated some Cannabis Plants.

Port Blair, Sept. 22: The A&N Administration will be organizing a ‘Grand Rozgar Mela’ at DBRAIT Auditorium on 25th September, 2023 to give Offers of Appointment to various Group ‘C’ & Group ‘B (NG)’ Posts for filling up of vacancies in different Departments of A&N Administration. Admiral D K Joshi, PVSM, AVSM, YSM, NM, VSM (Retd.) Hon’ble Lt. Governor, A&N Islands and Vice-Chairman, Islands Development Agency will grace the occasion. Hon'ble Member of Parliament, A&N Islands and other dignitaries will also attend the Rozgar Mela.

Port Blair, Sept. 22: The Andaman and Nicobar Territorial Congress Committee (ANTCC) has welcomed the introduction of the Women's Reservation Bill in the Parliament, emphasizing the importance of rising above politics and standing together on issues of national importance.

In a press conference held at Gandhi Bhawan, Port Blair on Friday morning, the ANTCC President Mr. Rangalal Halder extended his heartfelt congratulations to all those involved in this landmark legislation, including the union government and all political parties that supported it.