Chief Minister MK Stalin on Friday condemned the Dam Safety Bill passed by the Union government claiming that the Bill is against the principles of federalism. “The Bill on Dam Safety was passed without getting the opinion of states and the Bill, no doubt, will be a disaster in the Centre-state relations. Despite DMK raising opposition for the Bill in… Continue reading "Stalin says Dam safety bill is against federalism"
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While extending the present Covid restrictions till December 15, the Tamil Nadu government on Tuesday permitted buses to Kerala. “Already, buses are permitted to the neighbouring States of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka and now buses will be permitted to Kerala too,” said Chief Minister MK Stalin, in a statement. As the current phase of restrictions ends on November 30, the… Continue reading "Stalin extends lockdown in TN with additional relaxations"
Tamilnadu government signed 59 MoUs for projects worth Rs 35,208 crore in various sectors, including aerospace and defence, which is set to create job opportunities for 76,795 people. Chief Minister MK Stalin said attention should be paid to manufacturing related to the aerospace and the defence sector, even as he made references to various kinds of industries here and Coimbatore… Continue reading "TN government signs 59 MoUs for projects worth Rs 35,208 crore"
Tamilnadu Chief Minister M K Stalin on Thurday requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to re-include Chennai as an embarkation point for Haj pilgrims. The Haj Committee had earlier removed Chennai from the list of cities from embarking points. In a letter to the Prime Minister, Stalin said that about 4,500 Haj pilgrims from Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, and Andaman and Nicobar… Continue reading "Stalin requests Modi to re-include Chennai as embarkation point for Haj pilgrimage"
Days after a ‘Narikuravar’ woman narrated the discrimination against her community, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin visited her neighbourhood and that of Irular tribes at a village near Chennai. He gave away pattas (land allotment certificate) , ration cards, loans and other kinds of assistance to 282 beneficiaries and orders for taking up development work in their area,… Continue reading "Stalin visits village of Narikurava tribe, announces welfare schemes"
Days after opposing the Illam Thedi Kalvi scheme, CPI state secretary R Mutharasan on Friday said that though his party had urged the government to reconsider the scheme as it could be used by the Sangh Parivar groups to infiltrate and sow the seeds of sectarianism among the children, the Chief Minister has clarified that volunteers’ activities would be monitored… Continue reading "After Stalin’s clarification CPI now extends support to Illam Thedi Kalvi scheme"
Chief Minister M K Stalin on Thursday reiterated that the State would not implement the Centre’s New Education Policy, 2020, and announced that an expert committee would be set up to formulate an education policy for the State. Defending his government’s latest initiative of Illam Thedi Kalvi (Education at Doorstep) which he launched from Villupuram district on Wednesday, the Chief… Continue reading "Stalin reiterates that NEP 2020 will not be implemented"
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin will meet his Kerala counterpart Pinarayi Vijayan in Chennai in December to resolve the decades’ long issue of the Mullaperiyar dam. Sources in the Tamil Nadu Water Resources Department told IANS that the meeting would discuss the strength of the dam and the pitfalls regarding it. Kerala Minister for Water Resources Roshy Augustine and… Continue reading "Stalin to meet Pinarayi Vijayan in December to discuss Mullaperiyar issue"
Chief Minister MK Stalin on Monday inaugurated the scheme of providing crop insurance to farmers under which Rs 1,597.18 crore would be distributed as compensation to 6 lakh farmers across the state. The total compensation fund will be distributed through two companies, Rs 1,089.53 cr through IFFCO Tokio pvt Ltd and Rs 507.65 cr through Agriculture Insurance Company of India.… Continue reading "Stalin inaugurates crop insurance scheme for farmers"
Chief Minister MK Stalin on Friday inspected the Chennai Metro Rail’s phase II works, Central Square, an intermodal hub, and Kathipara Urban Square and directed the officials to complete works at the earliest and open it for the public. According to an official statement, Stalin asked the officials to ensure that there is no hindrance to the traffic on Mount-Poonamallee… Continue reading "Stalin inspects infrastructure development works carried out by CMRL"