Tamil & Sanskrit should be considered our two eyes: Former CEC

“Tamil and Sanskrit, both with rich traditional values should be considered as our two eyes,” asserted N Gopalaswami, former Chief Election Commissioner at the valedictory function of golden jubilee celebrations of Sri Suprabhata Sabha held in Baroda Street on 8 September. Continue Reading

Company Secretaries drive corporate culture of country: Minister

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has rightly said, ‘Company Secretaries drive the corporate culture of the country,’ informed Minister of State for Human Resource Development Sanjay Shamrao Dhotre. Continue Reading

Editorial: Valid question

While seeking the response of the Election Commission as well as the DMK and the AIADMK to a plea, Madras High Court has posed a valid question: “How can a party member contest on symbols of other parties?” Continue Reading

TN will oppose Hindi imposition, says Rajini

Rajinikanth said, “A common language is needed for development of the nation. Unfortunately, it is not possible to have a common language in a country like India. Not just Hindi, no language can be imposed on people. If Hindi is imposed, it will be opposed by Tamils and even those in other southern States.” Continue Reading

DMK chief Stalin visits Subhasri’s kin, announces Rs 5 lakh solatium

DMK president M K Stalin today visited the family of Subhasri, who lost her life due to an accident caused by a banner, at their residence and consoled her family members for their lose. Continue Reading

Madras HC receives bomb threat, security tightened

Security was tightened on the premises of the Madras High Court on Tuesday a day after it received a bomb threat from a man who claimed to be a member of the ‘International Khalistan Support Group.’ Continue Reading

TN Congress to hold black flag demonstration at Shah for Hindi pitch

The Congress in Tamilnadu on Tuesday announced it would hold a black flag demonstration against Union Home Minister Amit Shah during his future visit to the State in protest against his Hindi pitch. Continue Reading

No public exams for classes 5, 8; plan postponed by three years: TN minister

In an announcement which could bring a huge sigh of relief to students and parents, State School Education Minister K A Sengottaiyan today said that the implementation of the proposed board exams for classes five and eight would be postponed by three years. Continue Reading