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Coming "home"

M G DEVASAHAYAM With ghar wapasi (home-coming) high on the agenda of the Sangh Parivar, a verbal duel on Hindu to Christian conversion is raging in Parliament and outside with the demand for a stringent all-India anti-conversion law. Such a ... The Statesman, 1 month ago

Chennai to become dirtier as corpn cuts staff shifts

CHENNAI: A new policy decision taken by the city corporation is likely to make the city dirtier at a time when complaints about uncleared garbage are mounting. The corporation council adopted a resolution on Thursday to cut down the working hours of ...
 Times of India19 hours ago

Contractors shut out rivals, bid high

The recent bid for an Ambattur road project was in stark contrast to the way most contractors in the city, with political connections, bid for civic work, quoting at least 15% more than the estimated cost. On January 19, the bid that won the ...
 Times of India2 days ago

Amma's image dominates tableaux on R-Day

CHENNAI: She is no longer Tamil Nadu chief minister but a smiling Jayalalithaa greeted Chennaiites on the tableaux displayed at the Republic Day parade on Monday. The usual practice is to have the photographs of incumbent chief ministers. From ...
 Times of India3 days ago

Appeal to CM on capital

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Instead of destroying a huge area of land on which crops are grown round the year, the new capital of Andhra Pradesh should be built on dry lands and confined to 6,000 acres as suggested by former IAS officer ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Chennai's monorail stuck at bidding process

By Shilpa Elizabeth CHENNAI: While the Chennai monorail project initiated in 2011 is yet to take off from the drawing board, experts have begun to raise questions regarding the viability of the project. Despite issuing tenders several times ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago
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Concerned eminent citizens urge President to stop government from adopting ordinance route

kherjee to rethink and reject the incumbent government's repeated moves to use the ordinance route to activate their policies and proposals in the name of good governance and for the so-called benefit of the people of the country. In their open ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago

'AP Capital Region Development Act against constitution'

The Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority Act 2014, which paves the way for creation of a body for pooling land for development of the greenfield capital, has come under fire from a social organisation which has termed it as "against" ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

People's movements to challenge Andhra government's land pooling plan

Leaders of several people's movements have decided to challenge the Andhra Pradesh Government's 'unilateral' act of securing 30,000 acres fertile agricultural land under 'land pooling' from farmers in courts and also streets. They accused that the ...
 Meri News3 weeks ago Andhra's capital plan draws activists', Opposition fire  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago People's movement to challenge Andhra government's land pooling plan  Meri News3 weeks ago

Dissent over land-pooling gaining momentum

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Social activists, experts form platform at national level Researchers, experts, architects, social activists, legal luminaries and farmer leaders are forming a common platform at the national-level to ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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