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Final farewell to former President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam
Deccan Chronicle

Final farewell to former President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam

Rameswaram (Tamil Nadu) : The funeral of the Missile Man was attended by a galaxy of leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi who placed a wreath, offered his final salute and stood in silence in front of Kalam's body that was draped in ... Deccan Chronicle, 1 day ago
India Bids Farewell To A National Icon Weekly Voice, 18 hours ago

Mettur Dam to be opened on August 9

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalitha on Friday said in a statement that water would be released from the Mettur Dam from August 9 for the delta farmers. She said the southwest monsoon is expected to be normal in August, which would see the administration ...
 Deccan Herald16 hours ago Water to be released from Mettur dam for short term crops  Business Standard1 day ago Tamil Nadu govt announces Rs 40 crore sops for Delta farmers  Zee News1 month ago PTI - METTUR-RELEASE(MES1) - Water to be released from Mettur dam for short term crops  Namibia Press Agency1 day ago

Tamil Nadu government to observe APJ Abdul Kalam's birthday as 'Youth Renaissance Day'

Tamil Nadu government will also constitute the 'Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Award' for persons who strive towards promoting scientific growth, humanities and students' welfare
 DNA1 day ago Tamil Nadu's tribute to Kalam on his birthday  India Today1 day ago Tamil Nadu to mark Kalam's birthday as Youth Renaissance Day  Hindustan Times1 day ago Tamil Nadu to institute award in memory of Abdul Kalam, celebrate his birth anniversary as Youth Awakening Day  Times of India1 day ago

Thanks to HC, 19 WCC teachers to get their salaries

CHENNAI: Nineteen teachers of Tamil Nadu's oldest college for women, Women's Christian College (WCC), will get their salaries and other service benefits, with the Madras high court asking the Directorate of Collegiate Education to give provisional ...
 Times of India1 day ago Appointemnt of teachers in TN's Women's Christian college: HC notice to govt  Zee News1 day ago Appointemnt of teachers in WCC: HC notice to govt  Business Standard1 day ago

Stalin wants TN to take steps to secure Central funds for local bodies

Chennai, July 30 (UNI) DMK Treasurer M K Stalin today asked the Tamil Nadu Government to take immediate steps for securing the Central funds allocated to the local bodies by the 13th Finance Commission. In a facebook post, Mr Stalin recalled ...
 United News of India1 day ago TN local bodies lose central funding  Times of India3 days ago Tamil Nadu directs local bodies to finish pending civic projects before December  Deccan Chronicle6 days ago

Tamil Nadu to celebrate Kalam's birthday as Youth Inspiration Day

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa on Friday said as a mark of respect to A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, her government has designated October 15, the former president's birthday, as "Youth Inspiration Day".Jayalalithaa said she has ordered institution of 'Dr.
 Prokerala1 day ago President Kalam's Birthday to Be Celebrated With Youth Inspiration Day in Tamil Nad  Daijiworldcom1 day ago United House expresses grief; Maharashtra government may declare Oct 15 as Reading Inspiration Day  DNA India3 days ago Dr Kalam's Birthday to Be Celebrated as Youth Inspiration Day in Tamil Nadu  NDTV1 day ago

'Amendment to Electricity Act will hurt Tamil Nadu's state utilities'

CHENNAI: The Central government's proposed amendment to the Electricity Act 2003 will make state power utilities like TANGEDCO in Tamil Nadu unviable and private players will get a free hand in power supply, a senior trade union leader has alleged. "Amendment ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago A tale of 10 states & what they intend to do with their land laws  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Some states keen to bring own land acquisition laws: Jaitley  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago New initiative in land acquisition  Navhind Times1 day ago

Give Amma mineral water free of cost: Stalin

DMK treasurer M K Stalin on Friday accused the Tamil Nadu government of being ineffective in resolving the drinking water crisis in the state.
 Times of India1 day ago DMK accuses TN Government of 'failing' to protect interests of Scheduled Castes  IndiaTV News2 weeks ago

Complaints against Coca Cola for ground water violation: Government

| Updated on: 5:04 pm,Jul 31,2015 IST New Delhi : Three complaints have been received against Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh units of 'Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages' in the last two years, with the complaints forwarded to the respective state ...
 IBNLive India News1 day ago Complaints Against Coca-Cola Bottling Partner For Ground Water Violation  NDTV22 hours ago Complaints against Coca Cola onĀ ground water extraction norms: Government  Economic Times23 hours ago Complaints against Coca Cola on ground water extraction norms: Government  Economic Times23 hours ago
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PMK wants TN Govt to appeal on HC order in illegal mining

Chennai, July 31 (UNI) The PMK today asked the Tamil Nadu Government to contest the judgement of Madras High Court which ruled invalid the two Tamil Nadu GOs banning mineral sand quarrying in the State. In a statement here, PMK Founder-Leader S ...
 United News of India1 day ago Madras HC sets aside TN govt's order on illegal beach mineral mining  Smart Investor2 days ago
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