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Lanka Apologises For Jayalalithaa-Modi Article Amid Outrage in Tamil Nadu
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Article in SL defence website: Parties one in backing Jaya

Tamil Nadu today strongly backed Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa after the Sri Lankan defence website carried an article critical of her, with an accompanying graphic image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Hours after the article was published,it led ... Business Standard India, 21 minutes ago
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Article on Lankan govt website criticises Jaya, evokes protest

An article appearing on Sri Lankan Defence Ministry's website criticising Tamil Nadu government for raising the issue of attacks on Indian fishermen evoked strong protests in Parliament today, with CPI condemning it and asking the Centre to seek an ...
 Business Standard12 minutes ago Article on Sri Lankan government website criticises Jayalalithaa, evokes protest  DNA29 minutes ago Article on SL govt website criticises Jaya, evokes protest  Press Trust of India23 minutes ago

Tamil Nadu Government Denies Drought Reports, Says Situation Under Watch

Chennai : Tamil Nadu Revenue Minister RB Udhaya Kumar on Thursday informed the state Assembly that there is no drought in the state and that the situation is being closely monitored. "Do not try to record (in the House) something which does not ...
 NDTV56 minutes ago Government denies drought in Tamil Nadu, agricultural relief  Times of India15 hours ago TN govt denies there is drought, says situation under watch  Business Standard India21 hours ago
Times of India

Cooperative employees to be brought under Tamil Nadu govt's health insurance scheme

Currently government employees are the only beneficiaries of the insurance scheme, and henceforth 60,000 employees of the cooperative sector will also benefit from it.
 Times of India57 minutes ago United India Insurance wins contract for pensioners’ health insurance scheme in Tamil Nadu  Times of India1 month ago United India emerges winner for insurance scheme to pensioners  Business Standard1 month ago
Jagran Post

TN to introduce 163 new courses in Arts and Science colleges

to give a boost to the Higher Education sector, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa today proposed introducing 163 new courses in Arts and Science colleges in the state this year. This will include 62 M.Phil and 52 Ph.D courses besides those in UG and PG ...
 Business Standard1 hour ago Tamil Nadu to introduce 163 new courses in Arts and Science colleges  Economic Times1 hour ago Govt to fill up teaching vacancies in TN colleges soon  Business Standard2 weeks ago
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Times of India

Tamil Nadu govt to open 300 Amma Amudam outlets

After Amma canteens, vegetable outlets, drinking water and pharmacies, the government would set up Amma Amudam outlets to sell groceries and other essential commodities across the state.
 Times of India2 hours ago 'Amma scheme' to train jobless youth in Tamil Nadu  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Jaya launches 10 'fair price' Amma medical shops  Rediff.com1 month ago Amma medicines to launch in Tamil Nadu today  Rediff.com1 month ago
DNA India

Jaya Asks Modi to Put an End in Fuel Policy Adopted by OMCs

CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa today requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to put a "full stop" to the monthly increase in diesel price by oil marketing companies introduced during the previous UPA regime. Seeking rollback of ...
 New Indian Express18 hours ago Jaya announces ITI, polytechnics for Adi Dravida students  NetIndia123.com22 hours ago Jayalalithaa announces Rs 5284 crore power corridor for uninterrupted supply  DNA India1 day ago Jaya's boost to power production and distribution  NetIndia123.com1 day ago
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First Post.com

Commission probing Chennai building collapse to submit report in two months

The Tamil Nadu government appointed one-man commission to probe the collapse of an under-construction building near Chennai that claimed 61 lives. The post Commission probing Chennai building collapse to submit report in two months appeared first on Firstpost ...
 First Post.com3 weeks ago Spell out plan to tackle building violations, high court tells TN government  Times of India15 hours ago Building collapse: Commission to submit report in 2 months  Business Standard3 weeks ago Chennai Building Collapse: Commission to Submit Report in Two Months  NDTV3 weeks ago
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Stress on quality assessment of hospitals in Madurai

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu Selva Vinayagam, Joint Director, Tamil Nadu Health Systems Project (second from left), addressing a workshop in the city on Thursday. Photo: G. Moorthy According to TNHSP officials, about 7.6 lakh ...
 The Hindu5 hours ago

Tamli Nadu Government should streamline PDS

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Tamil Nadu Government had put in place an efficient PDS and allocated Rs. 5,300 crore as food subsidy towards the programme. Claiming that the public distribution system (PDS) in the Union Territory was ...
 The Hindu4 hours ago
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