The first-look poster for STR 48, which was revealed recently, immediately won the internet. Now, some unconfirmed reports suggest that popular actress Pooja Hegde is set to join the project. Pooja Hegde, who was last seen in the Thalapathy Vijay-starrer Beast, is set to return to Tamil cinema with the upcoming Desingh Periyasamy directorial. As per the reports, the makers… Continue reading "Pooja Hegde set to join Silambarasan for STR 48"
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The Sri Lankan Navy has arrested 23 fishermen from Tamil Nadu, and seized two boats for allegedly crossing the maritime border while fishing. On Saturday, 3,000 fishermen left in 540 boats after acquiring the necessary permit from Fisheries Department authorities. While crossing Neduntheevu at around 2 am to return to Rameswaram, the Sri Lankan Navy surrounded them and allegedly harried… Continue reading "Sri Lankan Navy arrests 23 fishermen from Tamil Nadu, seizes two boats"
The Madras High Court has directed the Tamil Nadu HR&CE department to install boards stating non-Hindus not permitted beyond the ‘Kodimaram’ (flagpole) area of the Palani temple (Arulmigu Dhandayuthapaniswamy Temple) and its sub-temples. Justice S Srimathy of the HC’s Madurai Bench gave the judgement while hearing a plea from Senthilkumar from Palani who had filed a petition in the Court.… Continue reading "Judge orders restrictions on non-Hindus in temples"
Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi, on January 29, alleged that eligible beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana scheme were unable to claim benefits citing administrative indifference and suspected corruption as the reasons. He claimed that villagers of Nagapattinam district were unable to claim benefits assured by the scheme following his visit to Keezhvenmani village. RN Ravi also visited Nambyar Nagar… Continue reading "Tamil Nadu Governor alleges corruption in PMAY"
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and DMK chief MK Stalin has urged the leaders of the INDIA bloc to stay united amid turmoil within the Opposition alliance. Stalin urged his INDIA allies to make sure that the “votes against BJP should not split”. “Everyone should only have one aim- not to allow BJP to come back to power. Votes against BJP… Continue reading "Stalin urges INDIA bloc allies to stand united to defeat BJP"
Governor Ravi Friday said that Lord Ram has deep connection with Tamil Nadu. On 75th Republic Day, Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi spoke about various aspects including the recently inaugurated Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, and Lord Ram’s connection to the south state. Chief Minister MK Stalin and Speaker Appavu were present on the occasion. Speaking about Lord Ram, Governor Ravi… Continue reading "Lord Ram has a deep connect with Tamil Nadu: Governor R.N. Ravi"
The BJP is trying to divert people by showcasing the Ram temple and the reason for the “imposition” of Hindi by the BJP regime at the Centre is only to “deceive” the Hindi speaking people and the Saffron party is “more dangerous than coronavirus,” DMK President and Chief Minister M K Stalin alleged. Stalin said the BJP, after assuming power… Continue reading "‘BJP more dangerous than Coronavirus’: Chief Minister M.K. Stalin"
Tamil Nadu chief minister M K Stalin on Wednesday inaugurated a Jallikattu arena stadium in Madurai district, where the sport is most famous. Jallikattu is a traditional bull taming festival. The controversial sport is conducted during the four-day harvest festival of Pongal every year in early January. Stalin named the stadium at Keelakarai village after his father and five-time chief… Continue reading "CM opens jallikattu arena, bats for Tamil unity"
The Sri Lankan Navy arrested six fishermen from Rameswaram and Thangachimadam while they were fishing in the high seas near Neduntheevu. The fishermen were charged with allegedly trespassing into Sri Lankan waters and taken to the Kranji Navy camp on Monday. The arrested fishermen have been identified as Thangachimadam A. Ishak (47), A. Caesarian (43), S. Samadhana Babu (38), and… Continue reading "Six Tamil Nadu fishermen arrested by Sri Lankan Navy"
The Supreme Court on Monday termed “atrocious” the reasons given by the Tamil Nadu Police while rejecting an application by a local temple in the state’s Dindigul district seeking permission for almsgiving (annadanam) in connection with the Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha event. The bench presided by Justice Sanjiv Khanna was hearing a pea which alleged that on January 20, Tamil… Continue reading "‘Authorities not bound by oral orders to ban live telecast of Ram temple consecration’"