Port Blair, July 10: The Ex-Adhyaksh, Zilla Parishad South Andaman, Miss Mariyam Bibi called upon the Secretary Social Welfare and briefed her about the problems being faced by the old age and disabled persons to get the live certificate by the gazetted officers to continue their pension scheme.

De-Salination Plant Supplying 1.5 -2 Lakh Litres Not Working Since Last Few Years

Port Blair, July 9: GB Pant Hospital in Port Blair, Andaman is the lone referral/ Treating Hospital (as well as the main COVID hospital) in the islands, which also is now a part of Medical College of Andamans. There have been complaints pouring in from the patients admitted in the hospitals and their attenders that there is no water facility in any of the wards of the Hospital. Having realized the gravity of the matter, the Ex-Member of Parliament, A&N Islands, Shri Bishnu Pada Ray visited the hospital at 9.00 AM on 3rd July, 2020. After having interacted with the patients and doctors it was found that there was no water in the Toilets/ Bathing room/ Wash basins and not even water for drinking. The reservoir tank was also found empty.

(Received from a Lab Equipment Dealer friend in Chennai)

At 7 p.m. open the bottle (your favorite one) and inhale…

If you can smell the aroma, you are not affected…..

Port Blair, July 9: The Member of Parliament, Shri Kuldeep Rai Sharma after observing the difficulties faced by the general public has requested the Director of Transport, A&N Administration to commence STS bus services between Chatham and GB Pant Hospital and also between Garacharma and GB Pant Hospital and vice versa. 

Lakshadweep Becomes the Only Union Territory Under Indian Jurisdiction Without Single Case of COVID-19, While Andaman & Nicobar Islands Heads for Disaster

Port Blair, July 8: As India overtook Russia and became the nation with the third most number of COVID-19 cases, Lakshadweep, the archipelago of 36 islands, seems to have cracked the code to tackle the virus, at least for now. The islands, the country’s smallest Union Territory with a population of about 64,000 and lying about 380 km off Kochi, has the rare distinction of becoming the only region under the Indian jurisdiction where not even a single case of COVID-19 has been reported till now, reported the New Indian Express a couple of days ago.