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Mineral sand worth Rs 1 lakh cr smuggled out of Kerala: Speaker
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Mineral sand worth Rs 1 lakh cr smuggled out of Kerala: Speaker

Kochi: Speaker Sreeramakrishnan on Saturday blamed the media for not doing justice to the mineral sand-miningissue. "Mineral sand-mining could have played a major role in the creation of wealth. However, the media failed to report the whole issue of illegal ... Mathrubhumi, 6 days ago

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Trak.in

Tamil Nadu Traders Will Stop Selling Coca Cola, Pepsi; Declare War against Foreign Beverages!

In an anti-globalization stance, Tamil Nadu trade associations and unions have declared war against foreign beverages . Effective March 1st, these Unions, and Associations representing thousands of traders from Tamil Nadu will stop selling Pepsi and Coca-Cola ...
 Trak.in1 month ago
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How Jallikattu protests left the State on the backfoot

The governments at the Centre and in the state were unprepared to handle the massive response to the large numbers of people, as they were not aware of the groundswell of public admonition that was against the Establishment, says N Sathiyamoorthy.  IMAGE: Students during a protest to lift the ban on Jallikattu at Marina Beach in Chennai. Photograph: R Senthil Kumar/PTI Photo Even as the massive show of people’s peaceful strength across southern Tamil Nadu over the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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'Jallikattu movement is bigger than 1965 anti-Hindi agitation'

'What is surprising is the scale and spontaneity of the mobilisation and the social profile of the mobilisation.''Not just the youth, but women, children and families are part of this now.''This is completely unprecedented.' IMAGE: The beach road on Chennai's Marina is a sea of youngsters and students participating in a protest to lift the ban on Jallikattu and impose a ban on PETA, January 19, 2017. Photograph: R Senthil Kumar/PTI Photo The only word we hear in Chennai these days is ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Has Jallikattu ban revived TN's regional pride?

The Jallikattu issue has revived pan-Tamil political sentiments especially among youths, says N Sathiya Moorthy.   IMAGE: Despite the SC ban, Jallikattu was organised at several places in Tamil Nadu this year. This year's Pongal season has seen the Supreme Court ban on the annual Jallikattu taking a 'pan-Tamil nationalist hue' after protests erupted across the state's southern villages for restoring Tamil Nadu's culture and tradition. With some ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Jayalalithaa leaves a tough legacy

Now that Tamil Nadu's tallest politician is no more, it remains to be seen how new political re-alignments could shape up, says N Sathiya Moorthy in the first of a two-part look at Jayalalithaa's life and politics. IMAGE: Jayalalithaa was 'not the one to yield, and would instead take a confrontationist approach to politics and policy-making at the national level if she was convinced that it was the only good thing for Tamil Nadu, and by extension, for her own political future,' says N Sathiya ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Grit on water row reflected her toughness

Jayalalithaa's iron lady image reflected in the way she protected the state's interest in water disputes, be it Cauvery or Mullaperiyar. Knowing well, the people's emotional connect with water related issues and its political impact on Tamil Nadu, she kept ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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A fighter to the end, Jayalalithaa leaves behind a complicated legacy

J Jayalalithaa, chief minister of Tamil Nadu and general secretary of the All India Anna DMK, died the way she lived: a fighter who never easily called it quits. If her 68 years of life were a saga of endless struggle, her end, brought on by a cardiac arrest ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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