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Stills Ravi was a huge fan of Sivaji Ganesan sir back in the day, and remembers fighting large crowds to get a ticket to watch his films first-day-first-show.
Opposition leaders rush to Ariyalur village to pay condolences; protesters take to the streets across Tamil Nadu, burn PM’s effigy
Sai Dhanshika is currently working on Kuzhali, a women-centric film that will see her teaming up again with Kabali’s editor Praveen KL and stunt choreographers Anbariv.
Analysts see her articulation of the Centre’s NEET position as the clearest hint in that direction; jallikattu Ordinance was her idea
After winning the fight to retrieve the brave sport of Jallikattu, the Tamil Nadu government appears to give a big thrust to preservation and propagation of the native breeds of bulls.
Law Minister C Ve Shanmugam informed the state Assembly that the Justice S Rajeswaran Commission has been granted an extension.
Among the great uprisings in our country happened last year when youngsters took to the streets to protest against the ban on Jallikattu.
The bulls that were sold for D50K last year, now cost between D5 and D7 lakh; owners not keen on sale as they think Jallikattu bulls are status symbols.
On examination it was diagnosed that the animal has acute ruminal impaction following which a surgery was performed.
A total of 80 persons, mostly bull tamers, were injured in the event, they said.
The bill was taken up in the Rajya Sabha but it was withdrawn after the government promised to look into the matter.
Two policemen were also injured in stone-pelting by some miscreants who targetted government buses and police vehicles during the protest last night.
The bench directed the police to provide protection for the sport and make sure no untoward incidents happen.
The bull-taming sport is being held after the Tamil Nadu Assembly, on January 23, unanimously passed an amendment bill, clearing the path for the sport to be conducted without any hindrance.
A dark black bull, with its horns painted in the party colours of red and black and decorated with a bright muted orange-gold shawl, was gifted to Stalin at the DMK headquarters.