Dhanush keen to remake “Netrikann”?

Posted on   2:25 pm

There are reports doing rounds that actor Dhanush wants to remake Rajinikanth-starrer Netrikann, as it is one of his favourite films of all time. Netrikann, directed by SP Muthraman was produced by K Balachander under his home banner Kavithalaya Productions. The film, which had Rajinikanth in two roles, follows the story of a son trying to get his womaniser dad change his behaviour.

Editorial: Sad & shocking

Posted on   2:02 pm

It was indeed a shocking news for thousands of job aspirants across the State. Tamilnadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) imposed a life ban on 99 candidates, 39 of whom made it to the top 100 list in the Group-IV results, from appearing in examinations conducted by it for indulging in malpractices.

US Secretary loses his temper, curses journalist

Posted on   1:58 pm

Shouts, glares and unprintable words: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo lost his temper at a journalist after she questioned him on the administration’s stance on Ukraine, a country at the heart of President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial. It began when Pompeo gave an early morning interview to NPR radio. Much of the discussion dealt with Iran, but journalist Mary Louise Kelly closed by asking Pompeo about Ukraine.

Boris Johnson signs EU divorce treaty

Posted on   1:54 pm

Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday hailed “a new chapter” in Britain’s history as he signed its divorce treaty with the EU, clearing another hurdle before the country exits the bloc next Friday. It allows Britain to end its decades-long membership of the European Union and leave its closest neighbours and trading partners after several years of domestic acrimony and delays.

Impeachment: Democrats conclude arguments

Posted on   1:49 pm

Washington: House impeachment managers on Friday night concluded their argument before the Senate to remove US President Donald Trump from office, saying he misused his position and indulged in obstruction to the Congress. The house managers closed their marathon 24-hour argument spread over three days with an impassioned plea that the trial be fair. The ruling Republican Party enjoys 53-47 majority in the 100-member Senate.