Port Blair, July 6: All the candidates who have been selected for admission in Training for General Purpose Rating course in July 2024 batch, have been informed that the commencement of the course has been deferred as of now, since the Institute details has not been updated in the DG Shipping website which is a pre-requisite for starting the course. The course shall commence once the process is completed and approval is received from DG Shipping.

CITU, Andaman & Nicobar State Committee deeply mourn the sudden demise of Shri K. Thanjiappan, former Secretary of the Forest Operational Employees Union (CITU), Diglipur on 5th July, 2025 at the Primary Health Centre, Kalighat, North Andaman.  He was 55 years.  He had participated in a number of movements of Forest workers and was an important trade union leader of North Andaman. 

CITU pays rich homage to his memory and conveys its deepest condolences to the bereaved family members. 

Campbell Bay, July 5: A three-year-old child with a blocked nostril was brought to the Primary Health Centre (PHC), Campbell Bay at 0600 hrs on 03 Jul 24. The on-duty staff discovered a foreign object lodged deep in the nose of the child, posing challenges for removal. Post attempts to remove the foreign body from the nose and discussions by the local civil doctors of PHC, the case was found to be beyond their capability. Therefore, at around 1215 hrs, Surgeon Lt Cdr Naveen Kumar, a surgical specialist of the Indian Navy who was on-duty at the medical camp, was urgently called for assistance by PHC staff. He immediately, rushed to IMS Hospital at Campbell Bay, collected the required surgical instruments, and reached PHC immediately.

Shri D Ayyappan has condoled the sudden demise of Shri TK Sundaran, an employee of Port Blair Municipal Council and resident of Prem Nagar, Port Blair today (7.7.2024) at GB Pant Hospital, Port Blair. He was 55 years. Funeral procession will begin from his residence at Prem Nagar at 2 p.m. on 8th July, 2024. I convey my heartfelt condolence to the family members of late TK Sundaran.  

Port Blair, July 5: The Andaman & Nicobar Police is proud to announce the successful completion of a 2-weeks comprehensive Coastal Security training program held at the Police Training School, Prothrapur for 307 newly recruited police personnel. Such a collaborative training program is first of its kind for the Andaman & Nicobar Police conducted in association with the esteemed National Academy of Coastal Policing (NACP), Okha, Gujarat which is the premier institute tasked with a pivotal role in strengthening the security infrastructure of India's vast coastline.