Port Blair, May 24: During the RT-PCR test conducted on 294 incoming flight passengers who arrived here yesterday, no positive case has been detected. Nine flights with 1548 passengers arrived in A&N Islands today, out of which, 1367 passengers were vaccinated with both doses while RT-PCR test was conducted on 156 passengers and the reports are awaited.   



MV Kalighat will sail for Campbell Bay via Nancowry on 28.05.2022 (Sat) at 1200 Hrs from Haddo Wharf and will sail for Port Blair on 30.05.2022 (Mon) at 0900 Hrs from Campbell Bay via same route.

Passenger Tickets for onward journey will be issued on 28.05.2022 at Haddo Wharf two hours prior to the departure time of the vessel based on the list provided by Deputy Commissioner’s Office, Port Blair and also after due verification of COVID Test Certificate and Islander Card/Local Certificate/Tribal Pass etc.

Prince Film Expresses its Gratitude to Lt. Governor, Chief Secretary and Others

Port Blair, May 23: As the shooting for the Netflix web series “Kaala Paani” comes to a successful completion in the picturesque Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Mr. Rayhaan Pasha on behalf of Prince Film and Mr. Keval Shah have expressed their sincere gratitude to the Hon’ble Lt. Governor, A&N Islands, Admiral D.K. Joshi (Retd.), the Chief Secretary, A&N Administration, Shri Jitendra Narain, IAS and the entire Andaman & Nicobar Administration for the support rendered.

Port Blair, May 23: On the directions of the Chief Secretary, A & N Administration, the District Administration, South Andaman has adopted and added the process of obtaining permission for earth cutting through online process.

Keeping in view of the demand for earth cutting permissions from local populace/Private agencies/Govt. departments and in order to have a free, fair and transparent approach the District Administration, South Andaman has adopted the procedure to grant permission for earth cutting through an online service under edistrict.andaman .gov.in.

Port Blair, May 23: Due to operationalisation of Rutland Water Supply Project, Port Blair Municipal Area has been continuously receiving normal level of water this year. However, during 1st week of May 2022 due to non-availability of flights, there was a delay in rectification of mechanical problem at main Treatment Plant at Garacharama and Lambaline.