Chief Minister MK Stalin said that the crime rate in the DMK government had witnessed a sharp decline when compared to the AIADMK rule. “From May 2020 to April 2021 during AIADMK rule, there were 1,695 murders and it has reduced to 1,558 in one year. Dacoity has reduced from 146 in the AIADMK regime to 103 in one year… Continue reading "Crime rate has witnessed a sharp dip in DMK regime: Stalin"
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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"
Tamil Nadu Higher Education department will be opening ten new arts and science colleges in the state to encourage more girls to pursue higher education. The state government has already announced Rs 1,000 per month for girls as an incentive to pursue higher education. Colleges are coming up in Manapparai, Chenjee, Thali, Tirumaiyam, Andhiyur, Aruvakurichi, Tirukkatupalli, Reddiyarchathiram, Vadalur and Sriperumpadur.… Continue reading "Tamilnadu to get 10 more arts and science colleges"
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 Governor RN Ravi on Wednesday made his maiden address to the Tamilnadu Assembly while the principal opposition AIADMK staged a walkout and boycotted his speech to target the ruling DMK. Just after the arrival of the Governor, Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi (VCK) members walked out of the House on the issue of the Raj Bhavan not forwarding to the Centre… Continue reading "Tamilnadu Assembly begins with Governor’s maiden address"
Two MLAs, one from the ruling DMK and another from its ally, Congress, have tested positive for COVID-19 on the eve of the New Year session of the Tamil Nadu Assembly. The assembly will meet on Wednesday with the customary New Year address by Governor RN Ravi, his first after assuming office and the first after the DMK came to… Continue reading "Two MLAs test Corona positive ahead of New Year session of Tamilnadu Assembly"
The Tamil Nadu Assembly’s first session for 2022 would begin on January 5 with the customary Governors Address and after a gap of nearly two years, the proceedings would be resume at Fort St George. A notification said the proceedings would be held at the Assembly chamber in the state secretariat, located in the Fort St George premises. The Tamil… Continue reading "Tamilnadu Assembly’s first session for 2022 to begin on 5 January at Fort St George"
The Tamilnadu government on Tuesday announced a welfare board for journalists, an increase in financial support to families of press, media persons who die in harness, and funding higher education of young, eligible scribes in journalism schools. Making announcements on new initiatives for his department, Information Minister M P Saminathan announced the institution of the ”Kalaignar Ezhuthukol Award” for journalists… Continue reading "TN government announces welfare board for journalists"
PWD and Highways Minister EV Velu on Thursday said that according to rules, the state should have only 16 toll plazas, but there are 48 toll plazas. “The state would take measures to bring down the number of toll plazas on the national highways from 48 to 16. In Kerala, the number of toll plazas has been reduced to three… Continue reading "Number of toll plazas in TN will be reduced: Minister E V Velu"
Tamilnadu Chief Minister M K Stalin, on Thursday, introduced the Bill to provide 7.5 percent reservation for government school students in professional education. “For several years students of government schools competing with private school students are not able to get admission in the courses they desire due to socio-economic inequalities. Similar to 7.5 percent reservation for government school students in… Continue reading "Stalin introduces 7.5 per cent reservation for government school students in professional education"