The Tamil Nadu assembly is set to pass a resolution against the Parliament Committee report on Official Language, given by Home Minister Amit Shah to President Draupadi Murumu, which recommended that Hindi be the medium of instruction in all central educational institutions. The Tamil Nadu assembly is also scheduled to table resolutions regarding the report on former CM Jayalalithaa’s death and the Thoothukudi… Continue reading "TN Assembly to pass resolution against Hindi being made as medium as instruction"
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Chief Minister MK Stalin said that his government does not cover up anything and does not protect offenders like the AIADMK regime. Intervening during the debate on the demand for grants for the Home Department in the Assembly, CM Stalin detailed the action taken on Vignesh and Thangamani’s alleged custodial death cases and said, “This government does not cover up… Continue reading "DMK government not covering up"
Health Minister Ma Subramanian made a record 136 announcements in the Assembly on Friday with the overall budget of Rs 3,724.86 crore. As many as 19 new district headquarters hospitals and five government hospitals at Tenkasi, Kulithalai, Thiruchengodu, Ambasamuthram and Rajapalayam will be upgraded on par with district headquarters hospital at a total cost of Rs 1,018.85 crore under the… Continue reading "TN Health Minister makes record 136 announcement in Assembly"
The Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly, that will convene at 10 am today, will pass a separate resolution to assist Sri Lanka which is hit due to the ongoing economic crisis. As Sri Lanka faces a severe economic crisis, the Tamil Nadu govt is ready to send essential items, including rice, pulses, milk, and life-saving medicines to the Sri Lankan Tamils… Continue reading "TN Assembly to pass a separate resolution to assist Sri Lanka"
The Tamil Nadu Assembly has passed a resolution against the Central University Entrance Test (CUET), calling it a threat to the multiple education systems of various states. Chief Minister Stalin said the CUET exams will undercut the healthy competition as the exam based on NCERT would be a hindrance to students studying at the State-board syllabus. “About 80 per cent… Continue reading "TN Assembly passes resolution against CUET"
Tamilnadu Speaker M Appavu on Friday announced that debate on demand for grants on various departments will continue when the Assembly session resumes from April 6. “The session will start from 10 am on April 6 in the Assembly hall at the Secretariat. The Business Advisory Committee meeting will be held on March 30 to decide the number of days… Continue reading "Demand for grants on various departments to resumes from April 6"