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Cauvery water dispute: SC upholds maintainability of appeals b...

The Supreme Court has reiterated that the order to release 2000 cusecs of water to Tamil Nadu will stand till further orders. The apex court has also upheld the maintainability of appeals filed by Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala against the 2007 ... DNA India, 7 hours ago

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#RIPAmma: Kerala government declares public holiday; Mohanlal, Dulquer, Jayaram, other celebs pay tribute to Jayalalithaa

RIP Jayalalithaa! This and more such tributes have been pouring in for former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa Jayaraman, who breathed her last at 11:30 pm on Monday, December 5. Many celebrities and politicians throughout the country have ...
 International Business Times India3 days ago 7 Things That Will Define Jayalalithaa's Political Legacy  Huffington Post India2 days ago Post-Jayalalithaa, TN maybe in for a bout of instability  Rediff.com1 day ago Jayalalithaa's men guarded their boss fiercely  Deccan Chronicle2 days ago

Madras HC modifies order on auto fare revision

Chennai, Dec 7 (PTI) The Madras High Court today granted liberty to the Tamil Nadu government to revise autorickshaw fares every two years as per prevailing circumstances instead of every three months as directed earlier. The first bench comprising ...
 Press Trust of India1 day ago HC modifies order on auto fare revision  The Hindu1 day ago

Jayalalithaa's illness brings forth issue of rudderless govts, order of succession

Editor's note: The following article was originally published on 10 October, a few days after Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa was first hospitalised. It is being updated in light of the news that she suffered a cardiac attack on Sunday and ...
 Firstpost.com4 days ago Jayalalithaa's illness brings to fore the issue of rudderless governments, order of succession  First Post.com1 month ago

Cyclonic storm 'Nada' to hit Tamil Nadu on December 2 – All that you should know

In order to prevent loss of life and property and minimise the effects of Nada, the government of Tamil Nadu has issued a release informing the general public about the preventive measures taken by the state and listing out “dos and don’ts to create ...
 Zee News1 week ago Fresh order on revising essential standards in old age homes  Business Standard1 week ago Tamilnadu Govt. Ready To Ban The Usage Of Air Horns  DriveSpark.com2 weeks ago Tamil Nadu govt to issue notices for use of air horns in automobiles  Economic & India Times Auto.com2 weeks ago
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HC directs TN Govt to ensure all Govt school have toilets

The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court today directed Tamil Nadu Government to ensure that all the government schools in the state have toilet facility before the academic year 2018-2019. A division bench comprising Justices S Nagamuthu and ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago Catch them young: Students of govt schools to discuss sanitation in class  Times of India1 week ago HC orders creation of posts in forensic labs in Chennai, Madurai  The Hindu1 week ago HC orders measures for upkeep of govt. schools  The Hindu1 week ago

Freedom of speech and expression cannot be curtailed: Madras HC backs Ram temple demonstration

Earlier, a single judge had ordered Tamil Nadu government to not permit demonstrations, rallies or any protest by religious organisations on the 24th anniversary of Babri mosque.
 DNA1 week ago HC sets aside single judge's order on demonstration on Dec 6  Business Standard1 week ago HC sets aside order banning protests on December 6  The Hindu1 week ago

Fireworks mishaps: HC asks govts why not order a CBI probe

The Madras High Court today asked the central and Tamil Nadu governments why complaints over fireworks mishaps and violations in giving licences and guidelines for fireworks units, godowns and shops should not be referred to CBI for a detailed ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Can't call for medical reportsof candidates, says poll panel  The Hindu1 week ago Madras High Court urges TN government to update on Jayalalithaa's health  Sify2 months ago Madras HC asks for update on Jayalalithaa's health  Rediff.com2 months ago

Tamil Nadu govt enhances maternity leave from 6 to 9 months

A government order has promised to increase the leave period from the existing six months or 180 days to nine months after recalling Jayalalithaa's announcement in September.
 DNA1 month ago Tamil Nadu govt implements the order to increase maternity leave from 6 to 9 months  catchnews.com1 month ago Tamil Nadu govt extends maternity leave for government staff to 9 months  Asian Age1 month ago

HC junks Jaya health petition

The Tamil Nadu government will not be ordered to make a formal statement on the health of Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa or choose a stand-in for her while she is in hospital, the Madras High Court said today. Ms Jayalalithaa, 68, has been in hospital since ...
 MSN India2 months ago Madras HC rejects plea asking Tamil Nadu govt to release statement on Jayalalithaas health  catchnews.com2 months ago Jaya's health status will not be made public: HC dismisses petition  Rediff.com2 months ago No need to name stand-in for Jayalalithaa, Madras HC tells state govt  Asian Age2 months ago
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