New FinTech policy to develop Chennai into global hub: OPS

A new FinTech Policy is being finalised which will enable Chennai to develop as a global hub for fin tech enterprises, Deputy CM Panneerselvam, who also holds the finance portfolio, said while presenting the interim Budget for 2021-22 for the poll-bound state. Continue Reading

Panneerselvam visits Tirupati, seeks divine blessings

Tamilnadu Deputy Chief Minister and AIADMK coordinator O Panneerselvam, along with Ministers M C Sambath, S P Velumani and Saroja, today had darshan at Lord Venkateswara Temple on Tirumala in Tirupathi. Continue Reading

OPS visits Koyambedu, market to be opened soon?

Tamilnadu Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam today visited the Koyambedu wholesale vegetable, fruits and flowers market and reviewed the situation there. Continue Reading

OPS, Stalin to attend Modi’s all-party meet

Tamilnadu Deputy Chief Minister and AIADMK coordinator O Panneerselvam and DMK president M K Stalin will participate in an all-party meeting called by Prime Minister Narendra Modi this evening to discuss the India- China clash at Ladakh. Continue Reading

No hidden agenda in withdrawal of Z+ to Stalin: Panneerselvam

Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam today said that there was no hidden agenda in the withdrawal of Z+ security cover of DMK president M K Stalin. Continue Reading

Tamilnadu Ministers Jayakumar, Sellur Raju lash out at Gurumurthy

State Ministers D Jayakumar and Sellur Raju today came down heavily on auditor and Thuglaq  editor S Gurumurthy for his objectionable comments about Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam. Continue Reading

Consensus needed

Political parties in Tamilnadu on Monday presented mixed reactions on the 10 per cent reservation for economically weaker sections (EWS) of society, as proposed by the Central government, in an all-party meeting on the issue held in Chennai. Continue Reading

TN oppn parties oppose 10% quota, govt to seek legal opinion

At an all party meeting held here Monday by the government, an overwhelming majority, including the DMK, opposed the 10 per cent reservation for the Economically Weaker Sections in medical admissions alleging it went against social justice. Continue Reading