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Cartoonist held for caricature on TN CM released on bail
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Cartoonist held for caricature on TN CM released on bail

A freelance cartoonist was released on bail by a court today, a day after he was arrested for allegedly depicting Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami in an obscene manner, in a caricature on a recent incident of a couple setting its two kids on fire before committing self-immolation due to usury.Judicial Magistrate M Ramadhas granted bail to G Bala alias Balakrishnan after he was produced in his court today.Bala, 36, was arrested in Chennai yesterday on a complaint by District Collector ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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PIX: Vikram's daughter weds M Karunanidhi's great-grandson

Congratulations, Akshita and Manu! National award-winning actor Vikram's daughter, Akshita, got married to her long-time boyfriend, Manu Ranjith, who is the great-grandson of DMK chief M Karunanidhi. Manu Ranjith is the son of C K Ranganathan, the owner of Cavin Kare's C K Bakery. The couple got married on October 30. The wedding ceremony took place at Karunanidhi's residence in Gopalapuram, Chennai. A grand reception will reportedly be held on October 31 at the Mayor Ramanathan Hall ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Vikram’s daughter ties knot with Karunanidhi’s great grandson  Mathrubhumi1 month ago
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Pak using JeM as force multiplier

Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) fidayeens are the new force multipliers of the Pakistan intelligence apparatus to keep the pot boiling in Jammu and Kashmir. A 17-member group of Jaish fidayeens were pushed in from Pir Panjal into Jammu and Kashmir to replenish the ...
 DNA2 months ago
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'It was impressive. I did not expect this from Rahul Gandhi'

Rahul would know that fealty can be a fickle thing, and that if the Congress bucks the trend and actually wins the next national election, selfies with him would find their way from phones to walls, replacing those taken with Modi.P Rajendran reports from the Marriot Marquis in Times Square, New York. Is Rahul Gandhi back? Has he shrugged off the slings and arrows of outrageous ridicule? That was really the question for those attending his first big public event in the US. A yellow string ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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