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Badagas welcome Jayalalithaa at Kodanad


Ooty: Cloudy weather making it impossible for her use the chopper to fly to the hills,  chief minister J.Jayalalithaa arrived by road in Kodanad  on Friday to a rousing reception from AIADMK workers

People’s front to counter naxals

Following intelligence reports of Maoist elements infiltrating Kerala’s forests, the forest department has set in motion a first-of-its-kind participatory counter-insurgency drive to snuff out any sig

Free rice changes tribal food habits

The government’s free-rice scheme, which has gone a long way in ensuring food security in Tamil Nadu, has had an adverse effect on tribals and villagers settled in core forest areas.

The free rice t

Army to reach out to Chhattisgarh tribals

Army units are currently undergoing jungle warfare training in naxal-affected Chhattisgarh, even as the Union government’s policy of not deploying the Army for anti-naxal operations anywhere in the co

Tribal boys beaten up for complaining poor food quality, given transfer certificates

The ITDA, Eturunagaram managed Redyala tribal welfare ashram boys’ English medium school in Mahbubabad created a sensation after the head master of the school issued transfer certificates to three 9th

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