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Jayalalithaa pledges compensatory payments of $4,800 each to families of supporters who died in distress for her
Times of India

Politician pledges payouts to kin of followers who died for her

NEW DELHI — Jayalalithaa Jayaram, the former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu who was convicted of corruption charges last month, promised this week to give compensatory payments of about US$4,800 (S$6,100) each to the families of 193 followers who ... Today Online, 2 days ago
Times of India

Hudhud effect on Vizag holds lessons for Chennai

CHENNAI: There's a warning for Chennai in the way cyclone Hudhud ravaged coastal Andhra Pradesh, say environmentalists. Vizag was devastated as the city failed to follow Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) notifications that strictly prohibit development ...
 Times of India5 days ago

Fortnight Meet Set for Monitoring Panel

CHENNAI: The First Bench of the Madras High Court directed the monitoring committee it had constituted to stem unauthorised constructions in Chennai, to file a summary of what has happened till now, and the steps taken to check unauthorised ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago Illegal constructions:HC directs Monitoring Committee to meet  Business Standard India1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Demand grows for Tamil Nadu to set up Lokayukta

Except Tamil Nadu, all other southern states had appointed the anti-corruption ombudsman. (Photo: DC/File) Chennai: The conviction of AIADMK supremo Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case has revived the demand for setting up of a ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago Demand grows for state to set up Lokayukta  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago
Indian Express

Amma Domini new CM Panneerselvam has his task cut out after Jaya conviction

Before taking oath as Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, O Panneerselvam dabs his eyes , wiping the tears rolling down his cheeks. Jayalalithaa's conviction in an assets case last week has pushed the reluctant Panneerselvam into the CM's seat. In a ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago

Pyruvate Induces Transient Tumor Hypoxia by Enhancing Mitochondrial Oxygen Consumption and Potentiates the Anti-Tumor Effect of a Hypoxia-Activated Prodrug TH-302

Abstract Background TH-302 is a hypoxia-activated prodrug (HAP) of bromo isophosphoramide mustard that is selectively activated within hypoxic regions in solid tumors. Our recent study showed that intravenously administered bolus pyruvate can ...
 Plosone.org4 weeks ago

Congress is alive and kicking: Omprakash Mishra

. It is kicking very hard on its opponents," Mishra, general secretary of the West Bengal Pradesh Congress Committee, said. He was speaking at a debate on 'For India's sake, the Congress must survive' organised after the presentation of Statesman ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
Rediff.com

'Governance of cities has become horrendous'

'Disparity is not only in Mumbai; you see it in every city. The other day, I saw right next to the mansion of Mukesh Ambani worth Rs 5,000 crore for one family, thousands of people sleeping on the pavement. This is the urban India you have created!' After serving the Indian Army, M G Devasahayam joined the Indian Administrative Service, and worked in several important areas like urban planning, energy sector, utility management (public transport, electricity), accountability and governance in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
NDTV

Tamil Nadu: IAS Officer Transferred Twice in 48 Hours

IAS officer U Sagayam Chennai : A senior IAS officer in Tamil Nadu was transferred twice in 48 hours, allegedly for taking on a state minister. U Sagayam, who was chief of state-run weavers' cooperative society Co-optex for two years, was first ...
 NDTV1 month ago
Dissident Voice

Lynchings: Public Celebration of the Suffering of the Marginalized

On 15th October 2002, between 9 pm and 10 pm, five Dalits — Dayachand, Virender, Totaram, Raju and Kailash — were lynched in Duleena village, Jajjar district, Haryana, by a frenzied mob for the speculated crime of cow-slaughter, while the ...
 Dissident Voice1 month ago Lynching: Public Celebration Of Painful Experience Of The Marginalised  Counter Currents1 month ago
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