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Jayalalithaa plays great host to old friends


Heaps of delectable nostalgia was served along with the most delicious food in silver dishes as the heroines of yesteryears gathered for lunch with former colleague and now chief minister, J. Jayalali

Auto driver sets self on fire over eviction


A 40-year-old auto-driver set himself ablaze on the terrace of his house on Saturday at Periyar Nagar in Sivakasi, about 70 km from here, when the district administration launched a demolition drive i

Ex-member threatens to sue DMK for inviting him

A former DMK member has threatened to sue the party accusing it of defaming him by including his name in the invitation card for a function to celebrate DMK president M. Karunanidhi’s birthday at subu

Mayor denies cholera deaths


Mayor Saidai S Duraisamy has stoutly denied cholera deaths in Chennai, saying that not a single death occurred due to cholera or ADD (Acute Diarrheal Disease) over the last nine months since he assume

Godman passport seized


Madurai Adheenam Arunagiri Swami on Thursday expressed anguish over reports that officials in Delhi have seized the passport of his junior pontiff Nithyananda.

Passports of a Tamil actress and 30 ot

Nithyananda to go on Kailash yatra

Controversial godman Swami Nithyananda is all set to fly out to Kailash Wednesday evening though a few court proceedings are still pending against him and the Karnataka crime branch CID has asked him

Sangma may lose but Jaya has gained national stature


Going by the numbers, P.A. Sangma is sure to lose in the Presidential poll notwithstanding his faith in ‘tribal’ magic but his main sponsor J. Jayalalithaa has won substantial political ground in pur

Sengottaiyan sacked from state cabinet

In a sudden development Wednesday, revenue minister K. A. Sengottaiyan was sacked from the state cabinet, where he held the number-three position after chief minister J. Jayalalithaa and finance minis

Smugglers’ ring broken


With the arrest of international antique ‘dealer’ Subash Kapoor and his extradition from Germany to stand trial for the theft of 18 priceless idols from two Ariyalur temples (2008), the Tamil Nadu ido

Degree holders sweep bars


After completing their MAs and PhDs, they stepped out with big dreams of running successful enterprises, but now they are sweeping wine shop floors and buying tea for Tasmac supervisors.

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