The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, which was created by MCI regulations and not the Constitution, was a sacrificial altar that kills the poor and rural students, said Chief Minister MK Stalin. Speaking at the special session, Stalin said only coaching centres benefitted from the test while poor students were denied education. “We are seeking exemption for aspirants who can’t… Continue reading "TN Assembly once again adopts anti-NEET bill"
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The budget session of Tamil Nadu Assembly would begin on 13 August and continue till September 21. State Assembly Speaker M Appavu informed media persons after the meeting of the Business Advisory Committee (BAC) of the House here on Tuesday. State finance minister Palanivel Thiaga Rajan would present the amended budget for 2021-22 in the House on 13 August. The… Continue reading "Tamilnadu budget session to be held till 21 September"
Chief Minister M K Stalin on Tuesday assured that resolutions would be passed against the three farm laws and CAA during the ensuing session of the State Assembly. Responding to the request of his party MLA Tamizharasi, who sought an Assembly resolution against the farm laws while participating in the debate on Governor’s address, Chief Minister M K Stalin informed… Continue reading "Stalin assures to pass resolutions against Farm laws and CAA"
Outlining the newly elected DMK government’s policy, Governor Banwarilal Purohit on Monday said Tamilnadu is fully committed to achieving greater autonomy for states and at the same time maintain cordial ties with the Union government. In his first session of the 16th Assembly, Purohit said that the State has urged the Union to increase the allocation of vaccine doses. He… Continue reading "Tamilnadu is fully committed to achieving greater autonomy: Guv"
Chief Minister MK Stalin on Wednesday, assured the House that he and his MLAs will follow every orders issued by Speaker M Appavu. “We will follow your orders and instructions in the Assembly. We have the capacity to counter ideas with counter ideas and there will be democracy in our proceedings,” said Stalin, in his address on the floor. The… Continue reading "Tamilnadu Assembly adjourned sine die"
A total of 223 of the 234 newly-elected members took oath as legislators of the 16th Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly at the Kalaivanar Arangam on Wallajah Salai, Chennai on Tuesday. Ten members, including Tourism Minister M Mathiventhan and Minister for Backward Classes Welfare S S Sivasankar did not take the oath owing to personal and medical reasons. Soon after pro-tem… Continue reading "Newly-elected TN MLAs take oath as legislators"
DMK president M K Stalin thanked the people of Tamilnadu for giving his party a decisive mandate and said that he would cherish it as a “certificate of appreciation” from the people for their hard work in the last 50 years. “I wholeheartedly thank the heart of every person in Tamilnadu who has directed DMK to govern the state for… Continue reading "Stalin thanks people for electing DMK for the sixth time"
On the last day of filing of nominations on Friday, candidates of several parties thronged the election offices to file their papers. Election Commission sources said more than 4,500 candidates, including over 3,500 men and more than 700 women, have filed their papers for the 234-Assembly seats. For the Kanniyakumari bypoll, which had necessitated following the death of Congress MP… Continue reading "Curtains come down on nomainations for TN Assembly polls"