CM grants stamp duty exemption, registration fee reduction for MSMEs in TN

The Tamilnadu government has announced stamp duty exemption and reduction of Registration Fee to MSMEs taking into account the liquidity crunch faced by them during the Covid-19 pandemic. Continue Reading

TN opposes reopening of Sterlite, SC seeks Vedanta’s reply

The Tamilnadu government has registered its protest in the Supreme Court to any move to reopen the Sterlite Copper smelting plant in Thoothukudi, pointing out tat the Madras High Court had ordered its permanent closure. Continue Reading

TN govt annnounces Deepavali bonus for PSU staff

The Tamilnadu government has announced Deepavali bonus for more than 2.1 lakh employees of State Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) for the year 2019-20. Continue Reading

TN schools, colleges, theatres get ready for staggered reopening

Though the Tamilnadu government has allowed schools, colleges, theatres and multiplexes to resume operations, full-fledged functioning is not likely as they are getting ready for staggered reopening. Continue Reading

From 1 January, TN govt offices to revert to 5-day week

Tamilnadu government has announced that its offices will revert to work for five days a week with 100 per cent strength from 1 January, 2021. Continue Reading

MBBS admissions: The ball is in TN Governor’s court

The Tamilnadu government has assured the Madurai Bench of Madras High Court that the government will not issue the prospectus for 2020-2021 medical admissions till Governor Banwarilal Purohit takes a decision on the Bill passed to provide horizontal reservation for government school students. Continue Reading

Grinntech inks MoU with tn government, to invest Rs 100 cr

Grinntech, an investor-backed start-up specialising in lithium-ion batteries for EVs and energy storage systems has signed a MoU with the Tamilnadu government for setting up a battery and mattery management system manufacturing facility to cater to the anticipated growth of Electric Vehicles (EVs) in India. Continue Reading