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Jayalalithaa’s warmth steals the limelight


The absence of the chief justice of India, S.H. Kapadia, was noted with a heavy heart by the lawyer fraternity which had gathered to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Madras high court at the Nerhu I

Uneasy calm in Kudankulam; protesters on relay fast

An uneasy calm prevailed here on Tuesday with police tightening vigil as anti-nuclear protesters continued with their relay fast at Idinthakari, epicentre of protests against the Kudankulam Nuclear pl

CM slams MK on Anna Arch


Chief minister J. Jayalalithaa has taken exception to DMK chief M. Karunanidhi for his purported remarks undermining her effort to save Anna Arch, a landmark in the city, from demolition and charged h

President cautions on judicial activism


Sounding a note of caution on judicial activism, President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday said judicial pronouncements must respect the boundaries that separate the legislature, executive and judiciary.

Jaya wants white paper on coal

Jaya-led AIADMK has demanded that the Puducherry government bring out a white paper on the transfer of a coalfield allotted to Puducherry Industrial Promotion Development and Investment Corporation Lt

CM’s no to Neet has a lot of takers


The chief minister strongly opposing the introduction of a National Eligibility Entrance Test (Neet) for admission to undergraduate and PG courses in dental colleges has invited positive responses fro

Sentinel of justice turns 150 years today


The year-long sesquicentennial celebration of the Madras high court will draw to a close on September 8 with President of India Pranab Mukherjee, chief minister J. Jayalalithaa and other dignitaries t

CM’s intervention saves Anna arches

The landmark Anna arches will not be demolished thanks to chief minister Jayalalithaa’s intervention.
A decision to this effect was taken at a review meeting chaired by the chief minister at the Secr

Funds released to improve roads

Chief minister J. Jayalalithaa has ordered the upgradation of roads and bridges in the state including bridges for the electricity board as part of the state government’s efforts to improve the infras

DMK wants training programme for Lankan personnel scrapped

Key UPA ally DMK on Tuesday demanded that the Centre should immediately scrap the training programme for Sri Lankan Army personnel in the country, arguing that such exercises create doubts in the mind

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