Chief Minister MK Stalin, on Monday, announced that the State government will bear the complete educational expenses of government school students, selected under the 7.5 per cent reservation for professional courses. More than 12,000 students will benefit from this and the government will spend Rs 250 crore on this per annum. The CM distributed admission letters for engineering students thus… Continue reading "TN government to pay fees for students who join college in 7.5 per cent quota"
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The Tamilnadu Assembly on Wednesday passed a resolution urging the Union government to scrap the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 to “safeguard the unity and communal harmony of the country and uphold the secular principles enshrined in the Constitution.” Moving the resolution in the Assembly, Stalin said that the house considers that the CAA passed in the Parliament in 2019… Continue reading "Resolution against CAA passed in TN Assembly"
Chief Minister MK Stalin on Tuesday said that people will identify those who try to distort social justice in appointing persons of all castes as temple priests. “A section of people could not tolerate the appointment of people of all castes as temple priests and have undertaken a planned assault on the scheme. Nowhere the jobs of the existing temple… Continue reading "Stalin clarifies on allegations raised in appointment of temple priests"