Protests against the ban on Jallikattu showed no signs of weakening on the sixth day across Tamil Nadu, despite promulgation of an ordinance which paved the way for the traditional bull-taming sport to be held in Madurai and other parts of the state on Sunday. On Saturday, Tamil Nadu Governor Vidyasagar Rao promulgated the ordinance but failed to resolve the standoff as protesters stuck to their demand for an amendment in the Central law.CM Panneerselvam is holding talks with Chief ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
It has been a turbulent time for politics in Tamil Nadu since the death of AIADMK’s leader and Chief Minister Jayalalithaa. Just fortnight after her death, the Income Tax department raided an AIADMK functionary, Sekhar Reddy . An influential sand mining ...Sify, 1 month ago
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