Port Blair, Sept. 22: Seventeen positive cases have been detected today in A&N Islands today, of which, 2 were from incoming flight passengers who arrived here yesterday. Today, 12 flights with 2019 passengers arrived, out of which, 1860 passengers were vaccinated with both doses while RT-PCR test was conducted on 129 passengers and the reports are awaited.  

A&N Administration will Leave No Stone Unturned to Resolve Issues and Aspirations of the People of N&M: Chandra

Port Blair, Sept. 21: A&N Administration is committed towards the welfare of the Islanders and it will leave no stone unturned to resolve the issues and aspirations of the people of North & Middle Andaman region. Genuine issues/demands highlighted by the people of the area, will be attended to on priority for its time bound redressal, said the Chief Secretary, A&N Administration, Shri Keshav Chandra, IAS during an interaction meeting held with the PRIs and Head of Offices in the Panchayat Hall, Pokadera, Mayabunder today.

Port Blair, Sept. 21: The A & N Fire Service is presently providing Online facility for issuance of Fire Clearance Certificate through online Portal (http://andssw1.and.nic.in/swc/depts/fire and http://andssw1.and.nic.in/ospfire) for Port Blair Tehsil of South Andaman only.

Port Blair, Sept. 21: In continuation to zero tolerance policy against any kind of crime, PS Aberdeen staff have once again cracked a theft case within few hours and arrested one person.

A theft case was reported at PS Aberdeen that on 11/09/2022 an unknown person had stolen 02 numbers ATM Cards, PAN card, one school bag and cash Rs. 4350 which were kept in the complainant’s car. After the theft of ATM cards, the accused person had also withdrawn Rs. 20,000 from the ATM. Upon this, a FIR vide No. 148/2022 dated 14/09/2022, U/s 379 IPC was registered at PS Aberdeen and investigation was entrusted to SI P.K Jabbar.

Port Blair, Sept. 21: The team of Police Station Hut Bay has once again proved their efficiency and booked one person under Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act 1985 with a recovery of 230 grams of illicit Ganja.