Call to protect safety of public and protestors: Madras High Court
23 hours ago
Slum-dwellers across Marina beach bear the brunt of cop violence
21 hours ago
Governor seeks Rs 2,000 crores from Centre for Tamil Nadu
Alanganallur critical after police use force
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No hurdle to hold jallikattu now, says OPS
NHRC issued the notices to the Chief Secretary, Chennai Police Commissioner and Director General of Police of the state.
5 hours ago
PETA US, on the other hand, has been working to stop animal abuse in the United States since 1980.
10 hours ago
The Central government informed the Supreme Court that it is willing to withdraw its 2016 notification that allowed Jallikattu to be conducted.
12 hours ago
Local village committee officials said they had decided to hold the bull-taming sport on that day in which 300 sportsmen would also take part.
15 hours ago
Life is back to normalcy on Tuesday here and in other parts of Tamil Nadu a day after the violence by supporters of Jallikattu-the bull taming sport.
18 hours ago
A Raj Bhavan release said the Bill adopted by the Tamil Nadu Assembly will be repugnant to the provisions of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960.
The Bill, Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Tamil Nadu Amendment) Act, 2017, was unanimously passed in the Assembly by voice vote amid thumping of desks by the Treasury Benches.
What began as a disconnected campaign and transformed into a carnival on the sands of Marina descended into chaos.
Shocking videos showing police personnel setting vehicles on fire and damaging them emerged on Monday suggesting the police indulged in needless arson.
If for six days the protestors showed exemplary restraint, the final day violence that went on a vandalism & arson spree.
On any given day, it takes about 20 minutes from T Nagar to get to Spurtank Road, but Monday brought a whole new definition to a long commute.
Monday’s violence by fringe elements, whose actual identity is not clear yet, and the numerous road rokos that brought the city to a standstill, definitely left a bad aftertaste.
24 Jan 2017
The 10-Menber Central team led by Vasudha Mishra, managing director, National Cooperative Development Corporation held detailed talks with Chief Minister O Panneerselvam
The situation was normal in the village and police were monitoring the area, police said.
23 Jan 2017
The Madras HC directed Tamil Nadu DGP to ensure the safety of the public and pro-jallikattu protesters holding their stir peacefully.
A group of pro-Jallikattu supporters asserted that students had nothing to do with today's violent turn to the week-long protests.
Nearly 70 caveats were filed by several individuals and organisations from various districts of the states in the top court.
There were incidents of stone throwing and burning of vehicles and sundry items at various places in protest against the police action.
Students said that the so-called leaders deserted them without explaining their stand on the issue.
The actor, who has been supporting the cause led by the students since last week, said the protests had been held in a peaceful manner.
Kamal Haasan today came out in support of students and youth, saying "aggressive police action on students' passive resistance will not bear good results".
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