The Tamil Nadu government has obtained a special license for allowing the serving of liquor in conference halls, convention centres, marriage halls, banquet halls, sports stadiums, and household functions. A notification has been published in the Tamil Nadu Government Gazette saying that the Tamil Nadu government has notified that liquor can be served in marriage halls and sports grounds with… Continue reading "Tamilnadu govt permits serving of liquor in conference halls, convention centres, marriage halls"
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Following the report submitted by the Justice Chandru committee, the State cabinet met on Monday to take a decision on enacting an ordinance to ban online rummy. “In the one hour Cabinet meeting, the discussion centred around the report submitted by Justice Chandru and the report was discussed in detail following which the decision to enact an ordinance was taken.… Continue reading "TN government to ban online rummy"
Tamilnadu on Wednesday demanded a compensation of Rs 4,625.8 crore from the Centre to carry out relief works in rain-affected areas. After completing their three-day inspections at various flood-affected areas in the state, both the Central teams, comprising seven members, met and briefed Chief Minister MK Stalin about the details of their visits. The government officials also made a presentation… Continue reading "TN demands Rs 4,625.8 crore to carry out rain relief works"
Play schools and Kindergarten will reopen in Tamil Nadu from November 1 onwards. Chief Minister of Tamilnadu M K Stalin announced this on Thursday. The state government has also allowed temples in the states to open on all days, which were earlier allowed to open from Monday-Thursday only. The BJP has conducted massive protests across the state against the temples… Continue reading "Playschools and Kindergarten to reopen in Tamilnadu from 1 November"
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"
A day after the Madras High Court struck down the Tamil Nadu Gaming and Police Laws (Amendment) Act, 2021, which prohibited online Rummy with stakes, State law minister S Reghupathy said that the government would soon enact fresh legislation banning online games with stakes like rummy. “Immediately after the High Court verdict, Chief Minister MK Stalin had instructed to frame… Continue reading "Tamilnadu government to enact fresh legislation banning online games"
As normality slowly returns after the second wave of COVID-19, the Tamilnadu government continues to review the reopening of schools, at least for the higher classes. The review meeting led by School Education Minister Anbil Mahesh Poyyamozhi, comprising health officials, discussed whether to reopen schools for students from Classes 9 to 12 like it was done after the first wave.… Continue reading "Tamilnadu government reviews reopening of school for higher classes"
With Tamilnadu under a two-week lockdown to combat the deadly second wave sweeping across, the government on Tuesday announced relaxations for fruit shops and stores selling Indian medicines. “Fruit shops can function till 12 pm during the lockdown. Similarly, medical shops selling allopathy medicines, Indian medicines are also permitted to operate,” the GO said. The State also provided one-day relaxation… Continue reading "TN government announces relaxations in lockdown"
DMK leader MK Stalin took oath as the Chief Minister of Tamilnadu today morning. Along with the DMK chief, 34 ministers of his party are also took oath to be appointed in the state cabinet. The names include 19 former ministers and 15 new faces. It has two women. DMK had fought the elections with its allies and got an… Continue reading "M K Stalin takes oath as Chief Minister of Tamilnadu"
The Madras High Court on Tuesday directed the Centre and Taminadu government to consider a plea to provide economic stimulus packages for employees of private and unorganised sectors who have lost their jobs due to the COVID-19 lockdown. The first bench of Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice Senthilkumar Ramamoorthy gave a direction to this effect while disposing of a… Continue reading "Madras High Court directs TN government to consider plea for economic packages"