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Working towards merger of AIADMK factions, says Dinakaran
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Working towards merger of AIADMK factions, says Dinakaran

All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazagham leader TTV Dinakaran today said that the party is working towards the merger of factions."We are working towards the merger of factions, very soon you will hear a good news. It could be even before October 17," Dinakaran told media in Chennai.He further said that he will go to the AIADMK office whenever he wants as nobody can stop him from doing so."AIADMK party office is my office and nobody can stop me from going there," Dinakaran added.Dinakaran, ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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FERA case against Dinakaran adjourned till August 28

The Foreign Exchange Regulation Act (FERA) case against All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazagham (Amma) faction leader T.T.V. Dinakaran in Chennai's Allikulam Court has been adjourned till August 28.Dinakaran is facing two cases filed by the Enforcement ...
 Business Standard3 days ago Madras HC issues stay on investigating FERA case against Dinakaran  DNA1 month ago
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No clean chit to Dinakaran: Delhi Police

Joint Commissioner of Delhi Police (crime branch) Praveer Ranjan on Friday said that All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazagham (Amma) faction leader TTV Dinakaran is not provided clean chit in RK Nagar bypoll bribery case. Ranjan told ANI that final ...
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Magistrate's court frames FERA charges against Dhinakaran, case adjourned to June 22

The Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court in Egmore on Thursday framed charges against All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazagham (Amma) faction leader T.T.V. Dhinakaran in connection with a Foreign Exchange Regulation Act (FERA) case registered ...
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House should debate, not disrupt: Newly-elected RS Chairman Naidu

Amid a warm welcome, Venkaiah Naidu on Friday took over as the new Chairman of the Rajya Sabha with an emphasis that there should be no disruptions in the House and all parties should work together, without treating each other as “enemies”. He also said that he did not approve of bills being passed in the din and underlined that it can happen when there are no disruptions. In parliamentary democracy, the Opposition must have its say but the government must have its way, he quipped, ...
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Parliament witnesses chaotic scenes as opposition takes on government

The proceedings in the Lok Sabha were disrupted on Wednesday by angry Congress members who raised anti-government slogans over a range of issues, including revocation of suspension of six of its members, forcing its adjournment for the day. The House, which saw two adjournments in the afternoon due to the noisy protests, was adjourned for the day around 3.45 pm. For most part of the day, many Congress members were in the Well raising slogans like “Pradhan Mantri jawab do (PM should ...
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Death penalty belongs to medieval ages: VP nominee Gandhi

IMAGE: Opposition's joint vice-presidential candidate Gopalkrishna Gandhi files his nomination paper in Parliament in New Delhi on Tuesday. Photograph:  Kamal Kishore/PTI Photo Opposition vice presidential candidate Gopalkrishna Gandhi on Tuesday justified his efforts to save Mumbai blast convict Yakub Memon from the gallows, saying the practice of capital punishment was medieval and wrong. Facing criticism from the ruling side for backing Memon’s mercy plea, he ...
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4 days on, Tamil Nadu cinema halls call off strike over local tax

The four-day-old strike by more than 1,000 cinema halls in Tamil Nadu protesting levy of 30 per cent local body tax in addition to GST was on Thursday called off after the state government proposed setting up of a bipartite committee to resolve the issue. The theatres will start functioning from Friday with the ticket prices set to go up from the present maximum of Rs 120 with the addition of 28 per cent of Goods and Services Tax. The decision to set up the committee comprising government ...
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Not so united? GST launch divides Opposition

The Opposition stood as a divided house as the Janata Dal-United, the Nationalist Congress Party, the Biju Janata Dal, the Samajwadi Party and Janata Dal-Secular participated in the midnight launch of the Goods and Services Tax, which was boycotted by the Congress, the Trinamool Congress, the Left and some other parties. Ruptures in the opposition unity emerged barely a week after 17 parties joined hands to put up a joint candidate against the ruling National Democratic Alliance nominee for ...
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Nitish Kumar and the art of balancing the tightrope

The Bihar CM's endorsement Ram Nath Kovind, the NDA’s presidential candidate, even though he is in the Opposition is just one of the many decisions that prove that he is nobody but his own man.  As opposition leaders sat to discuss the presidential poll on Thursday, one man’s absence told its own tale. The man was Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and his message was clear. The Janata Dal-United president was nobody’s man but his own -- and his party’s. Opposition ...
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