ADMK BJP South India

Modi visit Tamilnadu marked by million #gobackmodi hashtags hits

Prime Minister  Tamilnadu visit has marked by India Top trending hastag #gobackmodi in social media where more than million users expressed  their opinion against PM Narendra modi  Amid tight security saw Chennaities preferred to sit in home and major Chennai roads were deserted in the amidst  Modi flagged off the DMK Congress Government conceived and Read More…

Asia Indian Subcontinent Srilanka

India Pushes Sri Lanka to implement the 13th amendment : EAM Jaishankar

In response to a question in Rajya Sabha, Minsitry of External affairs  Jaishankar said he reiterated India’s support for the reconciliation process in Sri Lanka during his discussions with its top leaders in Colombo last month.  In Indian Lanka waters recently  over killings of four  Tamilnadu fishermen by Srilankan Navy has been condemned by all Read More…

Arts South India Timeline

Five Foot sculpture unearthed in Chengalpattu Tamilnadu

A five-foot idol of unknown period   was unearthed in an agricultural land in Madurantakam of Chengalpattu district, on Tuesday. Murugesan (50), a farmer, was digging his land to build a house when he unearthed the sculpture.  After cleaning the idol, it turned out to be statue resembled Hindu god Perumal and also as resembled Read More…

ADMK Agriculture Assembly DMK

DMK locked horn directly with Governor in assembly over farmer issues

The DMK on Tuesday walked out of the Tamil Nadu Assembly after a heated argument with Governor Banwarilal Purohit ahead of his customary address to the House . DMK’s allies, including Congress MLAs who came with green headgear in support of agitating farmers outside Delhi who want repeal of three Central laws, followed suit. DMK Read More…

Education medical South India

Raja Muthiah Medical institution to be taken over by Tamilnadu Government

Following the continuous protests for nearly 45 days by the postgraduate students of the Raja Muthiah Medical institution against the exorbitant fees charged by the colleges under it, the Tamil Nadu government has decided to take over the Raja Muthiah Institute of Health Science in Chidambaram, media reports said.   It was also reported that Read More…

ADMK South India

On the date of Sasikala release SC Convicted Jayalalitha memorial opened by ADMK Govt.

AIADMK Supremo Jayalalitha leader close aide  V K Sasikala become a free person after she had  completing her four-year jail term in a corruption case  Four years back Supreme Court  convicted ADMK Former CM Jayalalitha for misappropriating Public funds to the tune of 64 Crores during her rule 1991-1996  After Jayalalitha mysterious death , In Read More…

South India Votes & Polls

Tamilnadu Final electoral rolls released total electorate is 6,26,74,446

As per the final electoral rolls of special summary revision, the total electorate in Tamil Nadu is 6,26,74,446   In that Male voters are 3,08,38,473 and Female voters are 3,18,28,727 and Third Gender voters are 7,246 Sahoo said.   During the revision period, 21,82,120 applications were recieved for inclusion of names and 21,39,395 applications were Read More…

Education South India

Tamilnadu to open School for 10th -12th Students from Jan 19th

After taking parents opinion where 95%  overwhelmingly given opinion to conduct classes Tamil Nadu Government decided to open schools for Classes 10 and 12   from Jan 19 onwards    In a statement, Tamilnadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami said that schools were instructed to strictly follow Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) after the reopening of schools.   Read More…

ADMK Regulators South India Women

CBI arrest ADMK functionaries close to Minister in Pollachi women sexual harassment case

In major run of events Pollachi sex scandal case CBI arrests AIADMK functionary, two others who were close to ADMK Minister Velumani    Among those arrested, 34-year-old K Arulanandham is an AIADMK students wing worker. T Herine Paul (29) and P Babu (27) hailing from different areas in Pollachi were arrested with Arulanandham.   They Read More…